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I dont know much about undervolting, and those fans are like 30$ still. Would it still push as much air as it says at lower volts? whats the CFM at 7v?about
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I dont know much about undervolting, and those fans are like 30$ still. Would it still push as much air as it says at lower volts? whats the CFM at 7v?about
close to 141cfm, get some of those with a fan controller lol.

really though you could just pick up some scythe slipstreams. they push 111cfm at like 37dba
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185060
and only cost $9
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Using the H50 temporary (switching to full water setup later)... but awesome cooler for the money.
 
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well actually, you sure theyre good for the 120mm H50 radiator? The reviews say its a little louder than they expected.Im not really sure what 40 dba even sounds like. I might just focus on the best for under 30dba and best static pressure/cfm
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Check the YouTube vid in my sig link. That's what 40dB sounds like.

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well actually, you sure theyre good for the 120mm H50 radiator? The reviews say its a little louder than they expected.Im not really sure what 40 dba even sounds like. I might just focus on the best for under 30dba and best static pressure/cfm
 
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I dont know much about undervolting, and those fans are like 30$ still. Would it still push as much air as it says at lower volts? whats the CFM at 7v?about
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-092-_-Product

Out of Stock now sure you can find them other places work very good with 2 shrouds couldn't be happier with my temps.
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Not worth it man. You're talking 58cfm(after converting from 98m3/h) for $15 the dB level is negligible at that point. He can get into better fans CFM ratingwise for cheaper.

I got my Yate Loons and when I ran my Push/Pull setup you couldn't even really hear the increased flow since I have my shroud installed between it and my H50 Rad setup.

Med flow Yates are 77cfm rated and you can get them with or without LED. If one were inclined to have another color other than black they could paint the blades to whatever they wanted.

~Ceadder

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Not worth it man. You're talking 58cfm(after converting from 98m3/h) for $15 the dB level is negligible at that point. He can get into better fans CFM ratingwise for cheaper.

I got my Yate Loons and when I ran my Push/Pull setup you couldn't even really hear the increased flow since I have my shroud installed between it and my H50 Rad setup.

Med flow Yates are 77cfm rated and you can get them with or without LED. If one were inclined to have another color other than black they could paint the blades to whatever they wanted.

~Ceadder
It all comes down to cooling vs noise.

After listening to your youtube video I am even happier I went with what the Scythe GentleTyphoons. I could put a DB meter inside the fans motors and not even be at half the noise. On top of that my temps at idle are 1-2C above my ambient(normally 22C) and under full load Prime95 running for 3 hours is only 36C. Yates also don't have the best track record for longevity. I could buy three Yates and run one till it dies and then switch to the second and third once the second dies or I could buy one Scythe GT and run the same amount of time on the one in the end the Scythe is cheaper obviously.

Yates are great and yes they do push a lot of air and will work great for the H50 but I already served my time as a pilot in the air force and I don't need to hear the kind of noise coming from my computer that I use to hear from my jet.

I don't know the exact Yate you have but there was a lot of them tested on a Megahalem along with lots of other fans the test shows both db and cooling.
http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...ml#post9232138
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All my fans are controlled by the MoBo and I had them on "iggy" in the BIOS. If I wanted to, I could set the MoBo to dial them back to a set percentage from 30-90%. lol What you heard was straight 100% blast.

When I first booted up they weren't very loud once the system caught up to em.

*Update* I have these "D12SH-12" in the Red LED flavor and also the rear exhaust is the "D14SH-14", also in the Red flavor. If you look at that chart their dB to Ambient is pretty reasonable.

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It all comes down to cooling vs noise.

After listening to your youtube video I am even happier I went with what the Scythe GentleTyphoons. I could put a DB meter inside the fans motors and not even be at half the noise. On top of that my temps at idle are 1-2C above my ambient(normally 22C) and under full load Prime95 running for 3 hours is only 36C. Yates also don't have the best track record for longevity. I could buy three Yates and run one till it dies and then switch to the second and third once the second dies or I could buy one Scythe GT and run the same amount of time on the one in the end the Scythe is cheaper obviously.

Yates are great and yes they do push a lot of air and will work great for the H50 but I already served my time as a pilot in the air force and I don't need to hear the kind of noise coming from my computer that I use to hear from my jet.

I don't know the exact Yate you have but there was a lot of them tested on a Megahalem along with lots of other fans the test shows both db and cooling.
http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...ml#post9232138

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[quote=Clairvoyant129;9840996] me failing at editing at 5:08am [[quoteWOW!

What a nice Classified setup
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