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That is much appreciated!


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Originally Posted by drjoey1500 View Post
You can always just ziptie the panaflo onto the 25mm fan clips. That's what I did, works for me. It might be annoying if you take the fan off a lot, but for me its worth saving a few bucks on the 38mm fan clips.

I have OCZ platinums. They're great, at 7-7-7-24 up until 1600mhz, I haven't really figured out how well they overclock yet though, with the 21x multi, and 8x ram you can get to about 4.2ghz without overclocking the ram. I have to run memtest for a while to see, but recently I've just been changing the timings to 9-9-9-28 just so ram isn't holding me back. (I don't even know if it needs that though)

And yes, I believe it is the fan that will be over your ram slots. My panaflo goes over about the first two ram slots. there is about 1/4'' of clearance between the platinums and the panaflo IIRC.
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I need <30dB fan for my megahalems, S-FLEX F push/pull or Panaflo low speed 120x38, or anything else in mind?
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S-Flex's are too high pitched for my liking. Panaflo would be my vote out of those two... Might want to check out Zalman ZM-F3 (comes with a quieting resistor), and GentleTyphoon.
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Originally Posted by Damir Poljak View Post
I need <30dB fan for my megahalems, S-FLEX F push/pull or Panaflo low speed 120x38, or anything else in mind?
S-Flex on the pull side of the Mega is very high pitched. I put on some silicone screws to space the fan further away from the Mega to reduce the noise. S-Flex on the push side is fairly quiet. At 1200 rpm or less, the S-Flex is very quiet on the Mega.
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I would go for the Panaflo. I have 4 SFlex Gs on my side panel and they have more a whine sound. I compared my Panaflo to one of the SFlexs and it has more a pleasing tone.

Has anyone lapped their Mega yet? I know its not recommended, but if I get bored enough one day I might try.
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S-Flex on the pull side of the Mega is very high pitched. I put on some silicone screws to space the fan further away from the Mega to reduce the noise. S-Flex on the push side is fairly quiet. At 1200 rpm or less, the S-Flex is very quiet on the Mega.
How did you put silicon screws in the Mega?
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Has anyone lapped their Mega yet? I know its not recommended, but if I get bored enough one day I might try.
I think that most of us are just afraid to even think about lapping megahalems LOL

I have only one S-FLEX F for now and I have just tried to put him as pull fan and it has really annoying whining sound
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How did you put silicon screws in the Mega?
I put the silicone screws on the fan so that the flat head of the screw touches the Mega. There is a picture of another user that did the same thing:

http://www.overclock.net/7100855-post11.html

I still think getting a Panaflo 38mm is better if you can.
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I put the silicone screws on the fan so that the flat head of the screw touches the Mega. There is a picture of another user that did the same thing:

http://www.overclock.net/7100855-post11.html

I still think getting a Panaflo 38mm is better if you can.
Cool, thanks for the info.
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Should I get panaflo medium on speed controller or just one low speed?
I am not sure that undervolted medium speed panaflo can be silent and yet with same pressure as panaflo low speed at 12v.
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