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.There is no fan that will put out @ low RPM, is basically what i'm saying to these guys who ask can I run my fan low @ 800 RPM and will it keep my CPU cool enough......will not be suffient @ 800 RPM while gaming.
@ Ryanb213... I think you have an answer.

Now Killhouse & ccomputertek , be nice. We are all trying to help each other out here
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Now Killhouse & ccomputertek , be nice. We are all trying to help each other out here
Of course..
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Just picked it up this Friday to replace my zalman and boy do I love this one.

i'll be posting pics tomorrow
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Sethy666 keeping on top of things as always

There are some great guides around for fan choices on radiators, but essentially you're looking for high static pressure fans.

Seeing some impressive photos and temperatures around, sorry I dont have time to go through them all right now.

+++ rep to Skorpio though, fantastic job, love what you've done. I'm going to permalink your post to the front page.
Hey dude,,, just noticed you've got a rep flame. Congrats! Well done.
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Also wattage.. one 2000 RPM fan might be 3 watts, the other may be 6 watts.The 6 watts will help prevent the fan from slowing down from being so close to an object like the radiator.Using an empty 120 fan that you cut the motor out of and just have the frame are good too for a spacer, gets rid of the dead spot in all fans and has a nice square airflo after that, with the fan so close to the radiator it will have a more round air pattern with a dead spot in the middle, with a spacer the airflow will be the full square of the radiator... they actually make something special for this, I think it's called an ice box, but you can cut out the motor and the 3 arms of an old fan and just use that, if you have room enough to add a spacer between the RAD and push fan.
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@ ccomputertek

You very much sound like you know your stuff. Are you working in computers or is this a massive, all-consuming hobby?
Edited by Sethy666 - 12/13/09 at 9:31pm
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@ ccomputertek

Are you working in computers or is this a massive, all-consuming hobby?
Both and I have alot of free time that I spend online to research all the sites about this stuff.Thats all I do all day and night mostly.When I study any particular thing, I allways become an expert on the subject.

I'm also into radio control gas cars, and have become a well known expert on them as well.No one can ever tell why my cars are so much faster than other, even if someone has the same engine, I have all my little secrets.
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Both and I have alot of free time that I spend online to research all the sites about this stuff.Thats all I do all day and night mostly.When I study any particular thing, I allways become an expert on the subject.

I'm also into radio control gas cars, and have become a well known expert on them as well.No one can ever tell why my cars are so much faster than other, even if someone has the same engine, I have all my little secrets.
Hmmm... a perfectionist (said in the nicest possible way). Good to know that we have you here then
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Hmmm... a perfectionist (said in the nicest possible way). Good to know that we have you here then

Yes, a perfectionist to a fault...... we don't f*ck around here, every thing is serious business.
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Yes, a perfectionist to a fault...... we don't f*ck around here, every thing is serious business.
I trust you forgot the smiley at the end of that...
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