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For virtually the same specs of a Yate-Loon D12SH-12(F)(x2) you would spend $44. I can buy 10 Yates for that price and have nearly identical performance and in my case I can mount 8 of them including the P/P config of the H50 setup.

You don't think that it's in Performance-PCs' best interest to give more information for the San Ace than the Yates'?

Even if my Yates only lasted half as long as the San Ace(speculative lifespan) I'm still ahead by the replacement lifespanrice performance ratio.

You can buy you San Ace, I'll keep buying the Yates'.

San Ace CFM rating is 88CFM.
Yate Loon Hicgh Speed Silents? 88CFM. Alot closer than you gave them credit for, no?

~Ceadder


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Don't really think Yates Loom are even close to second just cheap. These are very good also.http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...3df54ab44f11a5

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How did know the Yates Rep would chime in. Don't really care what the specs say I have 2 Yates in the top of my case. I can tell a big difference in quality and the air it's pushing. Funny with all the expensive stuff you have listed in you're specs you cheap out on the cheapest component.
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Working on ramping up my i3 540 now. Started at 3.7Ghz 1.3v (This board is giving me a hard time, trying to feel it out ) and @ 25C and minimum fan speed it's not passing 50C

I may be returning this board soon... It just doesn't want to cooperate :/
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Hi guys,

I'm getting ready to strip my old beast down so I can cut a BAH (Big Ass Hole ) in the top of the case, and get rid of the perforated area area on the back. It's time to install the H70 and Antec Big Boy I received Tuesday.

While I'm at it, I'm going to lap my CPU. I already have 40, 60, and 80 grit paper, so I guess I'm ready to go... (kidding). I think I saw someone here mention using a drop of dish soap mixed with a little water. Is this best, or can you use 90% rubbing alcohol. I'm a little concerned about suds. And no..., I don't mean

See ya, Milt
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lol, I don't consider it "cheaping out" per se. I consider it refusing to overspend on a component that should not cost me as much as my mouse. I have a G9x. If I bought 3 San Aces', it would cost me as much as I spent on my gaming mouse. I bought 4 Yates(3x120,140) for $20. They're stats are acceptibly similar to the Sans', so it made more sense to buy those than pay too much for similar performance.

I'm not so much a Rep for Yates than I am of Intelligent spending.

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How did know the Yates Rep would chime in. Don't really care what the specs say I have 2 Yates in the top of my case. I can tell a big difference in quality and the air it's pushing. Funny with all the expensive stuff you have listed in you're specs you cheap out on the cheapest component.
 
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lol, I don't consider it "cheaping out" per se. I consider it refusing to overspend on a component that should not cost me as much as my mouse. I have a G9x. If I bought 3 San Aces', it would cost me as much as I spent on my gaming mouse. I bought 4 Yates(3x120,140) for $20. They're stats are acceptibly similar to the Sans', so it made more sense to buy those than pay too much for similar performance.

I'm not so much a Rep for Yates than I am of Intelligent spending.

~Ceadder
First off, I personally own and have used both the fans in question.

Static pressure is what matters for heatsinks and rads. The San Aces walk all over Yate Loons when it comes to that. In fact, one San Ace will still beat Yate Loons in push/pull. Beats it easily when it comes to CFM as well. The H101 is 99CFM/39 dB. Yate Loon high speed is 88CFM/40 dB The sound the San Aces make is a much less annoying pitch too, plus the build quality is second to none.

Yes they cost a lot. Yes, you get what you pay for.
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Can someone give me some more details in regards to static pressure
What level is desirable for rad use? How do you find the data?
I am using 1900RPM Scythe S-Flex fans and i have no idea of the static pressure.
I'm looking to upgrade some fans soon and if i can get a good/same/better result with quieter fans that have a higher static pressure, i'll go that route.

Seems a bit of black magic at the moment...
    
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Can someone give me some more details in regards to static pressure
What level is desirable for rad use? How do you find the data?
I am using 1900RPM Scythe S-Flex fans and i have no idea of the static pressure.
I'm looking to upgrade some fans soon and if i can get a good/same/better result with quieter fans that have a higher static pressure, i'll go that route.

Seems a bit of black magic at the moment...
I think the wider the fan blades, the more pressure they create? I'm not sure how it is actually calculated, but I do believe that you can kind of "eyeball" it. If you have two fans of equal speed and rated CFM, you can assume the one with less space between the blades would have better static pressure? Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Question for you guys.... is it bad to mix fans for your h50 push pull? I ordered a high static pressure fan for the push part but still have the stock fan for the pull and dont see a change in temps
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I think the wider the fan blades, the more pressure they create? I'm not sure how it is actually calculated, but I do believe that you can kind of "eyeball" it. If you have two fans of equal speed and rated CFM, you can assume the one with less space between the blades would have better static pressure? Correct me if I'm wrong.
I can't correct you, as i don't know.
No idea if this assumption is correct or not
    
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