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thanks!! now this leads to my next question: would the Bit Fenix Spectre (non Pro) 200mm suffice for it or its a better bet with the pro one? (or this?)
Edited by RKTGX95 - 9/11/12 at 1:34pm
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Dang those eLoop fans are more expensive than Gentle Typhoons! They better blow AP-00's out of the water!
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Dang those eLoop fans are more expensive than Gentle Typhoons! They better blow AP-00's out of the water!
Blow them out of the water in what respect? The eLoop max airflow is 1.645m^3/min and compared to 1.95m^3/min of the AP-00. Static pressure isn't anywhere near that of the AP-00 either. 1.45mmH2O vs 2.87mmH2O. Unless I did the conversion math wrong. Granted the eLoop is at a much lower RPM than the AP-00, but more than double the price of even the complete AP-00.
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thanks!! now this leads to my next question: would the Bit Fenix Spectre (non Pro) 200mm suffice for it or its a better bet with the pro one? (or this?)

Go here lol! :http://www.overclock.net/t/1238581/best-fans-for-a-phobya-200mm-rad

and

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1593960

More 200mm fans:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007998%20600035599&IsNodeId=1&name=200mmhere%27s

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=36_327_1133

You will get some feedback on various 200mm fans that can be used, but you HAVE to make sure that you have the room for the fan/rad conbo wink.gif
Edited by kkorky - 9/11/12 at 2:43pm
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Blow them out of the water in what respect? The eLoop max airflow is 1.645m^3/min and compared to 1.95m^3/min of the AP-00. Static pressure isn't anywhere near that of the AP-00 either. 1.45mmH2O vs 2.87mmH2O. Unless I did the conversion math wrong. Granted the eLoop is at a much lower RPM than the AP-00, but more than double the price of even the complete AP-00.

I just helped to provide info smile.gif

Imo GT all the way-plain and simple.
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Go here lol! :http://www.overclock.net/t/1238581/best-fans-for-a-phobya-200mm-rad
and
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1593960
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007998%20600035599&IsNodeId=1&name=200mmhere%27s
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=36_327_1133
You will get some feedback on various 200mm fans that can be used, but you HAVE to make sure that you have the room for the fan/rad conbo wink.gif

thanks again. i am having a hard time choosing because i have the Antec 1100 and i plan to mount the 200 rad on the top exhaust with the fan internally. in theory, it should just barely fit with a 25mm thick rad (aka Spectre Pro) with the 36mm rad (~62mm total so leaves out 1 mm to spare) but since it is all in theory (and because i will be buying everything from PPCS to ship overseas) i would feel more secure with a 20mm thick fan if it suffices. as i understood 8 FPI is low enough for any fan with low SP so it should work...
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thanks again. i am having a hard time choosing because i have the Antec 1100 and i plan to mount the 200 rad on the top exhaust with the fan internally. in theory, it should just barely fit with a 25mm thick rad (aka Spectre Pro) with the 36mm rad (~62mm total so leaves out 1 mm to spare) but since it is all in theory (and because i will be buying everything from PPCS to ship overseas) i would feel more secure with a 20mm thick fan if it suffices. as i understood 8 FPI is low enough for any fan with low SP so it should work...

Yes 8FPI is quite low, ergo most of the 200mm fans will suffice, don't make the mistake of mistaking a 200mm fans lower rpm as being substandard, 200mm fans have more CFM than one would think-i would stick with the fan you have, and try mounting the rad/fan combo and see how it goes, check your temps, if they are good, great, if you are not satisfied or you are having clearance problems, then look the wide list of 200mm fans that i linked, and find one that his thinner (you may have to forgo some CFM though)-also e mail the retailers and ask them what they would suggest, most retailers are very helpful- then you could start looking for a new 200mm fan.
Keep your money for now.
Edited by kkorky - 9/11/12 at 4:28pm
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I really want to do a custom loop for my system. Should I keep the 650D and do it in there? or should I sell this case and buy a new one?
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I really want to do a custom loop for my system. Should I keep the 650D and do it in there? or should I sell this case and buy a new one?

Whats your budget? And what are you wanting to put under water?

If its just the cpu keep the 650D
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Yes 8FPI is quite low, ergo most of the 200mm fans will suffice, don't make the mistake of mistaking a 200mm fans lower rpm as being substandard, 200mm fans have more CFM than one would think-i would stick with the fan you have, and try mounting the rad/fan combo and see how it goes, check your temps, if they are good, great, if you are not satisfied or you are having clearance problems, then look the wide list of 200mm fans that i linked, and find one that his thinner (you may have to forgo some CFM though)-also e mail the retailers and ask them what they would suggest, most retailers a very helpful- then you could start looking for a new 200mm fan.
Keep your money for now.

firstly, i don't have a fan for that. (i have the stock antec one but its 30mm thick so it is a big no no)
secondly, i don't really have anything at hand to check those things, i.e. i'm just planning my future loop . ( while my kuhler 920 cries seeing my plans)
thirdly, i never thought of asking the retailers. that is very helpful, (+rep, again) i shall try it. do you think that i can Ask PPCS if they can check if the 200mm rad+ 25mm fan can be fit in the 1100?

btw, if i'll go on a 20mm thick fan this looks promising by specs (76 cfm, though they don't look completely true because of the <18dbA) but the fan holes look a bit problematic. if not then the Spectre (non pro) should suffice at 47 cfm and 0.41 mmH2O (or does it?)
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