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Don't take my meh to mean its not going to be sufficient. It should be able to do a good job. If you going for a quite build and you have the rad space for the components you are cooling it should be fine.

I'm also the type of person who doesn't mind my room sounding like a server room for the sake of performance. ( I have 3 san ace fan running at 2000 rpm in my current build and going to be running 5 in the build I'm doing next for skylake with 2x240 UT60)

formerly i perform 5 Delta afb1212sh with full speed ( 3400rpm ) for maximum result. I later regret it, because i have to constantly use my headset. now I want silence, but I also do not want to sacrifice performance. i hope my first san ace will not disappoint. thanks budd
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Hey. I just bought three San Ace 9G1212M101s and I have a few questions. First, Won't I need longer screws to fit this into my case? I'm getting a new case soon(back ordered) and it uses standard 25mm fans. I'm sure the screws in the box won't be as long. Then again since I'm mounting them to the case, the standard short screws should work, no? What about the width of the screw? I should have done more research for I purchased these.
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fan screws will go into the san ace plastic, so if you are using standard fan screws it should be okay. If it uses metal or plastic clips, might be an issue but you can mount pretty much any fan in any way using zip ties.
    
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So if your just mounting them to just the case itself. Normal fan screws that come with it should work. If your mounting to something like radiators your going to need different screws.
post #325 of 351
I used a lot of allen head bolts and nuts for most of my large fans. Looks good and doesn't damage the plastic of the fan. For radiators, you will need to match the thread exactly.
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Ok so I found out that these won't fit in the new case I'll be getting. At least not as front fans. So I'll use them as my rad fans. I figured out with screws I'll need. That being said, I am now addicted to fans! Because I'm waiting on the case I find myself researching all sorts of different things I can add to my build. I still want to get som San Aces for the front(25mm versions), but I'm not thinking of getting some higher speed ones because the 9G1212M101 I got weren't that loud when I tested them at work. Granted it was open air, so I'm not sure how much worse it'll get in a case, but I'm feeling dangerous lol.
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Ok so I found out that these won't fit in the new case I'll be getting. At least not as front fans. So I'll use them as my rad fans. I figured out with screws I'll need. That being said, I am now addicted to fans! Because I'm waiting on the case I find myself researching all sorts of different things I can add to my build. I still want to get som San Aces for the front(25mm versions), but I'm not thinking of getting some higher speed ones because the 9G1212M101 I got weren't that loud when I tested them at work. Granted it was open air, so I'm not sure how much worse it'll get in a case, but I'm feeling dangerous lol.


The San Ace 9G1212M101 is the closed-corner version of the 9G1212M1011. It is a superb voltage-controlled fan the runs about 2500 rpm. The spec says 99 cfm, but that is a figure which about 95% of them exceed. It is a powerful fan.

 

But don't use screws to attach it. For cases, use a vibration isolator like this (the best I have used, with free shipping). For heatsinks, use regulation fan clips. Remember, these fans are 1.5" thick (38mm)!

 

For heatsinks I prefer the 9S1212P4M011 fan, because it is PWM, because it is only 25mm thick, and it has 2 rings of ball bearings. Whenever I use Scythe heatsinks, I use these.

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Don't take my meh to mean its not going to be sufficient. It should be able to do a good job. If you going for a quite build and you have the rad space for the components you are cooling it should be fine.

I'm also the type of person who doesn't mind my room sounding like a server room for the sake of performance. ( I have 3 san ace fan running at 2000 rpm in my current build and going to be running 5 in the build I'm doing next for skylake with 2x240 UT60)

What did you say ? can't hear you man ! tongue.gif
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The San Ace 9G1212M101 is the closed-corner version of the 9G1212M1011. It is a superb voltage-controlled fan the runs about 2500 rpm. The spec says 99 cfm, but that is a figure which about 95% of them exceed. It is a powerful fan.

But don't use screws to attach it. For cases, use a vibration isolator like this (the best I have used, with free shipping). For heatsinks, use regulation fan clips. Remember, these fans are 1.5" thick (38mm)!

For heatsinks I prefer the 9S1212P4M011 fan, because it is PWM, because it is only 25mm thick, and it has 2 rings of ball bearings. Whenever I use Scythe heatsinks, I use these.

Well since I'll be using them for my rad I have to use #6-32 X 1-5/8 screws, which are in the mail. I'm going to try out the fans that came with my case(PH-140SP) to see how well they work with a pump/reservoir combo in their way. I may eventually get some 25mm 9S fans to replace them.
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Hi i want to ask the spec of the fan model 9G1212P4H051, google does nothing to help, and is it has a 3-pin model? And how can you know if that fan is genuine? Thank you.
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