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If youre looking for quiet the 1900rpm Scythe S-flex. Move slightly less air than the slipstream equiv, but arent a sleeve bearing and have a longer rated life. Only thing I can hear in my system are the cheap thermaltakes that came with the case. Running 6 sflex of varying rpm ratings besides. Im dreaming about shrouds and porting intakes. My case wasnt designed for air cooling.
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post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by hiiyah777 View Post
Exactly. It's not worth the money to buy them when making them is so much cheaper.

Look for bulk deals on cheap fans with like free shipping or something. Those are usually your best bet if you don't already have crap fans lying around.
I wish someone would just make shrouds and sell them really cheap, its just a hunk of plastic after all. murdering a new perfectly working fan seems wrong and a waste of cash. 4 pack of fan shrouds for $6 please, i know i would buy them .
post #23 of 23
Most people have fans that have worn their life out just laying around. I just cut one yesterday.

But you could really make your own. All it is is plastic, but you could get the right size PVC pipe and cut it to length. It's just an idea, but you could dig around your house and see what's there.
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