Originally Posted by Sheyster;12124592
The new ones I got from them had stickers on both sides and fairly long cables. Not sure if these are the "good" ones or not, but they certainly spin as fast as advertised and push a ton of air. It was a great upgrade from the stock H70 fans. I decided to go with Jab-tech because "ehume" said he couldn't tell the difference between his Jab-tech fan and the others he had, in his Megahalems thread. Also, they sell them so cheap!
That sounds like they are the higher quality ones to me.
Originally Posted by Stillhouse;12125260
Sign me up. I've got 3 Yates in my P182. Two high speeds as intake and exhaust in the main chamber and one medium in the lower.
Originally Posted by sweffymo;12126181
I have 1 OEM 92mm low speed, 2 Petra's 120mm mediums, and 1 Petra's 140mm Medium!
Originally Posted by NguyenAdam;12126276
I'm waiting for these fans to come in. My exhaust fan finally died on me so that is why I ordered these. My temps are HORRIBLE. 46c idle...
Have you tried removing it from the case, cleaning it up, then lubing it? There should be a sticker on one (or both sides) of the hub. Remove the sticker from the side that has the cross braces and there should be a small rubber plug. Remove that with a pin then put a few drops of sewing machine oil, fishing reel lube, regular 3 in 1 household oil (not the fancy 3in1 that has a penetrate in it), or Rem Oil (or other gun lubricant). Spin the blades by hand a few times, wipe up the excess lube, push the rubber plug back in, clean the hub surface with some Isopropyl Alcohol (not rubbing alcohol as it contains oils that leave a residue), then put the sticker back on. The fan might start working once again at least long enough for you new fans to get there. Even WD-40 would probably help for a few days, although it isn't recommended as a long term solution. You basically want a thicker lube than a spray and you don't want any kind of penetrating oil as they tend to damage the bearing surfaces.