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post #11 of 17
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Highly doubt they would, and I really don't want to spend 24$ for a San Ace or a Panaflo online, right now my Q9550 is idling 50C on this crappy cooler and I really need a replacement ASAP
Anyways, thinking of using zip ties for one side and fan clip on the other? Is that fine, and for the zip ties, is these a guide on putting them on? Or will I figure it out once I get the HS?
BTW, thanks for all the help REP+
Panaflos aren't $24..neither are san aces, and both kick the crap out of an Ultra Kaze. Here's a cheap pana: http://www.svc.com/fba12g12m1j.html

Zip ties are easy to use. I like the look of fan clips better, but a zip tie works fine too.
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post #12 of 17
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Panaflos aren't $24..neither are san aces, and both kick the crap out of an Ultra Kaze. Here's a cheap pana: http://www.svc.com/fba12g12m1j.html

Zip ties are easy to use. I like the look of fan clips better, but a zip tie works fine too.
I second what he said. Great fan for the money.
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Would Yate Loons do as good as the S-FLEXES? They are only 12$ at Microcenter while the 1900RPM S-Flex is 20$ ! I am driving to microcenter first thing in the morning so I need to know the perfect fan that they sell there.

Yate Loons
http://microcenter.com/search/search...x=0&submit.y=0

or S-FLEX
http://microcenter.com/search/search...x=0&submit.y=0
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I'm using 2 S-Flex 1600rpm's, I really can't get into the debate over what is best since these are all I have used since the purchase of my Megahalem. My temps are an average of all 4 cores on each of the following stress testing progs.

Prime95: 58C
OCCT: 59C
Everest: 58C
LinX: 65C

All temps have been averaged using the configuration used below in my System Specs. Hope that helps.
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post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by nemesi5 View Post
Would Yate Loons do as good as the S-FLEXES? They are only 12$ at Microcenter while the 1900RPM S-Flex is 20$ ! I am driving to microcenter first thing in the morning so I need to know the perfect fan that they sell there.

Yate Loons
http://microcenter.com/search/search...x=0&submit.y=0

or S-FLEX
http://microcenter.com/search/search...x=0&submit.y=0
Yates won't do quite as well, as they don't have as good of static pressure. Also, the S Flex has much better build quality.
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post #16 of 17
Yesh but for people like me who live in UK have no choice in buying 38mm it has to be a kaze or something or if your going to ship thats a different story.
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I wonder what the technical differences between the linked Panaflo and the M1BX series is? Same stated CFM/noise levels, but it's about 60% the price.

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ah, seem to have figured it out by looking a bit more closely. The linked fan has a 2 pin connector and doesn't seem to have the RPM sensor. The 1BX series are 3 pin
Edited by JFan - 7/8/09 at 12:11pm
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