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I forgot to post this here:
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Awesome looking sfc build thumb.gif. Looks like you're running dye?
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

Any idea how the new Sharkoon fans are? There is a massdrop on the 120mm variants out now:

https://www.massdrop.com/buy/sharkoon-blade-fans


These are some wicked looking fans. Not sure if design is for looks or airflow. My Cougars have veins on them but I've haven't delved into that as they're working (and looking) awesome smile.gif. Super quiet biggrin.gif

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Awesome looking sfc build thumb.gif. Looks like you're running dye?

Thanks! I'm running distilled water and Swiftech's Hydrx Biocide/ Anti-Corrosion Coolant. I wish they had a new formula that looked blue rolleyes.gif The only thing close to it is their blue pre-mixed coolant.
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Thanks! I'm running distilled water and Swiftech's Hydrx Biocide/ Anti-Corrosion Coolant. I wish they had a new formula that looked blue rolleyes.gif The only thing close to it is their blue pre-mixed coolant.

I'll be sure to bring this up on Monday. I'm sure you're not the only one that would prefer to get our blue coolant in a concentrated formula.
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Bryan, an option of colors in your Hydrx concentrate range would be great!
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

I'll be sure to bring this up on Monday. I'm sure you're not the only one that would prefer to get our blue coolant in a concentrated formula.

It would be greatly appreciated Bram! thumb.gif
post #64996 of 106463
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Originally Posted by GunfighterAK View Post

First water cooled build with acrylic pipes, alphacool rads, dual d5 top for back up. smile.gif

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Really digging your build mate,hopefully one day i can go acrylic and make mine look half as good....thumb.gif
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I hope those SanAce120's aren't as noisy as the pair of SanAce80's I have in my box of bits from my old PC. They shift a hell of a lot of air but sound like fighter jets on full power.

Some of the San Ace are extremely loud, the 6,000rpm and 10,000rpm aluminum frame designs, but mine are the Sanyo Denki San Ace "Silent Type-S", and they are inaudible, 6db to 8db above the sound floor at 30inches from the human ear at 1000rpm and anything less.

I run mine with the Aquaero 6 at 600rpm dual front unobstructed intake, 700rpm radiator IN, and 800rpm rear exhaust, not a sound, not a peep, they are unheard, the way fans should always be.

They are the fans Seasonic places in their Platinum rated PSUs and also Corsair’s Seasonic-Based designs.

Everyone seems to think they cost $50 each, not true, I purchased two recently on-sale for $17.02 each, with shipping still only $22each, they are industrial grade server fans made to run in silence 24/7 for 10years or more and worth every penny.

I also believe they look fantastic, retro industrial minimalistic freaking beautiful to my eyes.

I love the deep pitch on the blades...The sexiest fans I've ever seen also happen to be the most decibel efficient. thumb.gif

They are still on sale for $17.02, only 19 left at that price then they go back to $29.99, here is where you get them:


http://www.newark.com/sanyo-denki-sanace-fans/9s1212m4011/axial-fan-130ma-12v/dp/03P9424






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I also believe they look fantastic, retro industrial minimalistic freaking beautiful to my eyes.

I recently bought a few 120x38 mm San Aces, and I concur. They're very well built, and I really
dig the classic look they have to them. I'm also quite fond of some of Papst's fans, also built
very well and similarly matter-of-fact design, although they're not very well known these days.

But back in the early 2000s Papst fans were the fans to get for W/C around here (Germany/
Switzerland/Austria), if you could find them and had the money (they're not exactly cheap).
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First water cooled build with acrylic pipes, alphacool rads, dual d5 top for back up. smile.gif









Love it. Rigid tube just rocks.
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I'm always amazed at the number of builds in this thread that are their creator's FIRST builds! I remember how hard my first build was and how nervous I was just installing my first CPU. To think of trying to also do a full custom loop, as well as using rigid acrylic tubing in my very first build just seems like it would be impossible! Kudos for you guys that do manage to pull this off, I sure needed a lot more practice before diving into water cooling...
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