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Static Pressure is a big factor in deciding which fan to get remember. Just because a fan has high CFM doesen't mean it will be good for dense radiators. Gentle Typhoons (1850RPM) offer great static pressure for their speed, Yate Loon's a little less - but still great fans on a budget.
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Static Pressure is a big factor in deciding which fan to get remember. Just because a fan has high CFM doesen't mean it will be good for dense radiators. Gentle Typhoons (1850RPM) offer great static pressure for their speed, Yate Loon's a little less - but still great fans on a budget.
Yeah I think for his Yate Loon's he was always referring to performance-pcs.com but the only Yate Loon I see on there are the 120x20mm if that is the correct one. What sites are good to check out the Gentle Typhoons?
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Hmm... The rad on the hydro series coolers has a high fpi (fins per inch) so you want a fan with a good cfm rating. Ceadder seems to like his Yate loons a lot, but you've gotta be careful buying them, because there are good and bad Yates. I'm not sure which site sells the good ones and which site sells the bad ones, but I know it's been mentioned.
What are your temps with the Ultra Kaze 3K?
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Yeah I think for his Yate Loon's he was always referring to performance-pcs.com but the only Yate Loon I see on there are the 120x20mm if that is the correct one. What sites are good to check out the Gentle Typhoons?
I'm afraid I'm UK-based so I dont know of any companies.

Another fan to check out is the Feser Triebwerk (in my system profile). It's got *amazing* static pressure, being 55mm(!) thick: It's quiet at 3V - not silent, then when I game or do anything intense it cranks up with Speedfan, keeping the temp at 50 across all cores (it gets a bit noisy then). tl;dr not a quiet fan, but way better than the Ultra Kaze 3Ks or other high speed fans for flexibility between noise/performance.
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Static Pressure is a big factor in deciding which fan to get remember. Just because a fan has high CFM doesen't mean it will be good for dense radiators. Gentle Typhoons (1850RPM) offer great static pressure for their speed, Yate Loon's a little less - but still great fans on a budget.
I keep posting the group buy thingy for those fans but it seems like I'm just being ignored. Seriously... best fans you can get is the GT's.
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I keep posting the group buy thingy for those fans but it seems like I'm just being ignored. Seriously... best fans you can get is the GT's.
I totally forgot about that. I would definitely recommend them. As for the question about the ultra kaze's, for the temps I get I don't think they're worth the extra size and noise. As a test the other day I slowed them down quite a bit and them cranked them back up to full speed and my idle temps didn't change a bit. Under full load stress testing at 4GHz my temps max out around 62C, which is AMD's max recommended temp for my CPU. When I'm stress testing I do run the fans at full speed however. They're pretty loud though. I'm actually buying some of the GTs from the group buy Krusher mentioned but I'm going to be using them on my water-cooling loop I'm in the process of building. I'll probably get them before my loop is totally ready though so I might test them out on my H50 to see how they do.
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ok i know next to nuthing about fans if i post some choices would u guys take a look and tell me if they look good

or if anyone knows of red led fans that would be good?


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I guess I am in a toss up between the GT, Kaze and Yate Loon. More leaning towards the GT or Kaze though.. What size screws would I need in order to mount the Kaze, since its a little thicker?

Found some GT's at but they look to be out of stock.
http://www.xoxide.com/scythe-gentle-...m-1850rpm.html
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I totally forgot about that. I would definitely recommend them. As for the question about the ultra kaze's, for the temps I get I don't think they're worth the extra size and noise. As a test the other day I slowed them down quite a bit and them cranked them back up to full speed and my idle temps didn't change a bit. Under full load stress testing at 4GHz my temps max out around 62C, which is AMD's max recommended temp for my CPU. When I'm stress testing I do run the fans at full speed however. They're pretty loud though. I'm actually buying some of the GTs from the group buy Krusher mentioned but I'm going to be using them on my water-cooling loop I'm in the process of building. I'll probably get them before my loop is totally ready though so I might test them out on my H50 to see how they do.
The group buy ends at end of May right and how long would that take to get the fans? Thanks for the info on the Kaze it sounds like its better off to just get the GT's for the performance rather than noise and thickness. Just need to find a good place to order from? I have a itchy finger atm so I am not sure if I can wait for the group buy to end.
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