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Well higher fans with rmp and cfm is more important than just fancy looking fans that push 30 cfm lol
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Well higher fans with rmp and cfm is more important than just fancy looking fans that push 30 cfm lol

Aerocool Shark. 1500 rpm, cfm 82.6, air pressure 1.273mm, 26.5 dba

120mm fans don't come much better than that
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What do you guys think about these in a push/pull configuration?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233084
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Aerocool Shark. 1500 rpm, cfm 82.6, air pressure 1.273mm, 26.5 dba

120mm fans don't come much better than that
Akasa Viper. 600-1900 RPM (PWM control), 83.63 CFM, 2.98 mm/H2O, 6.9-28.9 dBA. And the black and yellow colour scheme kicks ass.
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What do you guys think about these in a push/pull configuration?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233084
Pretty decent looking for the price point; although I suspect they're probably fairly noisy and would likely have a fairly short lifespan.
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What do you guys think about these in a push/pull configuration?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233084
Look at the picture of that fan and a picture of a 120mm Yate Loon. Hmmmmm I wonder who makes that fan for Xigmatech.

At least the body at any rate. The internals could be Xigmatech manufacture but I doubt it. If you're gonna buy a Yate Loon you might as well buy a Yate Loon and save a little money.

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I posted this in another section but ill post it here also lol

_IGP9099 by cravinmild, on Flickr
Sweet build there bud, but you need some serious cable management. It would really improve the look of a system you've obviously put a lot of work into.

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hi i'm planning to buy H60 and fan for it

any recommendation for fan? is aerocool shark okay?

i don't mind with noise because i can still control it with fan controller
There's a list of fans on the first page of the thread, and here is a link to a fan review thread:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ng-thread.html

Try and put a matched set on, don't just purchase one (or if you're using a fan controller, try to match the RPMs). Different fans move a different amount of air at the same RPM, so I would recommend a matched set.

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Aquatuning has GT AP-15 fans for $14.61 each, but you get charged a % for customs fee and $10 if order is below $75. Also $6 or $8 flat fee for shipping.
Do they charge you for looking so good too?

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What do you guys think about these in a push/pull configuration?
See above comment regarding fans.

We need to be able to place a comment at the top of every page in the thread with a link to the fan reviews and a comment mentioning that the first page has a great list of fans people here use. (like the Linkback, Thread Tools, Search and Rating buttons)

I swear 90% of the questions in this thread are the same questions: "what fans should I use, what do you think of these fans, should I add just one fan to my (H50,H60) or purchase a matched set". Obviously none of the people asking these questions have bothered to read the first page, which is normally where most threads put the answers to their frequently asked questions.

The people here do an awesome job answering these questions, but I see them answering the same questions over and over and over.

Mind if I rant? Lol, sorry.

Personally, when I join a new thread, I try my best to read the entire thread from the beginning. However, of course, this thread is a giant thread and no one is going to read it all (although I did when I joined, but there were a lot less pages at the time). People should always at least read the first few pages, and maybe read every 10th or 20th page or something so they get to know the thread a bit. You can answer a lot of your own questions this way.

For example, I bet I've posted the info about the first page three times this week alone, PWM twice, and the link to the fan review two or three times since the weekend. I love helping whenever I can, but saying the same thing over and over and over gets a little tiring. How does that King Crimson song go? "I repeat myself when under stress, I repeat myself when under stress, I repeat myself when under stress...."

That's it for my rant. Sorry, I know I tend to blather on...(again)....sorry...
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ok, its all done.. white angel completed complete with the h60, been running prime for 2 hours now. and it wont get above 30c i know this is awesome, but its so hard to believe when my stock cooler ran 65c full load... i only have 1 fan on it atm because i need to get a few screwes from the local hardware. but after the push pull steup i should be ok. now, i am really wanting to overclock but im going to need a bit of help with this motherboard, its definatley not what im used to
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count me in!



this is my setup so far. i flipped the top fan to do an intake and set the h70 (2 ultra kazes) to exhaust. my idle now is at 26-28C and load is around 50C. when i had my h70 intake and my top exhaust my idle was 33-35C and load was almost 60C i think. i thought that was weird because usually having it intake would have lower temps i'll leave it on for awhile and see what happens. so this setup shouldn't be that bad right? this is my first time using water cooling.

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hey thats my CASE!!! are these not amaaazing cases???

give it time to cool, also, whats the temps in your room, and did u use the stock paste on it, i did and im idling at 28C
Edited by Narokuu - 6/15/11 at 10:07pm
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