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Fan choice can be stressful, sooo many to choose from.
That is the truth! I have seen a few that I wish I had got after I placed my order, but I really think I will be happy with the SCYTHE|S-FLEX SFF21Fs, I will know tonight or tomorrow after I get them, the new TIM and ponder then how to mount that little SCYTHE|SY124010 lol.
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That is the truth! I have seen a few that I wish I had got after I placed my order, but I really think I will be happy with the SCYTHE|S-FLEX SFF21Fs, I will know tonight or tomorrow after I get them, the new TIM and ponder then how to mount that little SCYTHE|SY124010 lol.
Keep us posted man,

I am doing fine with my factory Corsair fan, but if I ever had to buy fans again I'd try some Gentle Typhoons.
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That is the truth! I have seen a few that I wish I had got after I placed my order, but I really think I will be happy with the SCYTHE|S-FLEX SFF21Fs, I will know tonight or tomorrow after I get them, the new TIM and ponder then how to mount that little SCYTHE|SY124010 lol.
You will love the Scythe S-Flex! They are by far my favorite fans, and i have run the gambit of fans. I currently have 8 on my case now, with 2 in push/pull on my megahalem, 3 at the top of my case, and 3 mounted at various locations around the case (all using shrouds) and they are extremely quiet. I only have to run them at ~1250 RPM to keep my system cool.

But now that I am moving to a smaller case (Scout), I am looking to go 140mm with the H50.
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+REP on those fans. looks interesting!
Cheers mate, but don't thank me, it was a banner add at the top of this thread

Still on that site there is no indication on how to buy em?
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Some of the fans on that site have OUTSTANDING airflow/pressure and db level.

I think they are industrial fans but would be VERY suited to our needs,

They must cost a fortune,

I want LOTS OF THESE..........
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That is the truth! I have seen a few that I wish I had got after I placed my order, but I really think I will be happy with the SCYTHE|S-FLEX SFF21Fs, I will know tonight or tomorrow after I get them, the new TIM and ponder then how to mount that little SCYTHE|SY124010 lol.
Good choice. I have the very same fans in push pull with 2 X 25mm shrouds. Very happy with them...they pump through lots of air and are dead silent.

I did a lot of research on the question of fans and given my requirement to get the most for the least amount of noise I settled on 2 S-Flex SFF21F 1600 rpm fans. Running at 1600 rpm they make almost no noise and put out more airflow than the ultra kaze 3000 rpm dialed down to 7 volts and put out more static pressure than the ultra kaze 2000 rpm dialed down to 7 volts (i.e. to a tolerable noise level)......these in push/pull keep my 965 C3 (3.8Ghz) at 27 Idle and 43C load. Here is the link comparing these to the ultra 2000 and 3000 FYI: I can't attach the link directly but type in the following: "Overclock" then add "3d" then ".net"Then go to reviews/cases_cooling/scythe_ultra_kaze_120mm_fans/5
    
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i think more people here are using s-flex,,,maybe i'm going to find this fan also so i can do push pull on my h50 and put 2 more on the top of my 690
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Who has hit 4ghz on a i5 750 with the H50 and what were your temps on load?
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I am going to be testing out this cooler with a pair of 140mm fans using these 120mm-to-140mm fan adpaters. The adapters will serve as a standoff (hopefully to reduce noice).

http://www.frozencpu.com/images/prod...ain/duc-49.jpg

This will be going into a CM Storm Scout case. I will be mounting the rad in push/pull on the top 140mm (has 120mm mounting as well) fan mount pulling air in from the top.

Now I just have to decide on the fans.
I bought 4 of those and made some attempts with 140mm fans but they were all great disappointments. Sticking with 120mm fans. Use only if you have to mount a 120mm fan to a 140mm fan mount location. Even the NB PK-3, which moves good amounts of air, didn't outperform a good 120mm fan.

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Ha ha nice! I am actually going for a simplistic look with my Scout, so I am foregoing the fan controller and might be picking up quiet yet decent 140mm CFM fans. I am currently running the Kaze 5.25" fan controller with 1900 RPM S-Flex 120mm Scythe fans, but I run them at ~1300 24/7 on my current Megahalem. So I was looking at just picking up some 1200 RPM fans which can run full speed, or using the fan controller to each fan header via my R2E motherboard, I can set them to 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% or 100% fan speed. So I might also pick up some 1700 - 1900 140mm fans and go that route.

Here are the fans I am looking at:

XIGMATEK XLF Series XLF-F1455 140mm:: 1000RPM, 63.5 CFM with <16 dBA (I don't know if I believe those ratings)
Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPro PK-2:: 1200RPM, 54.73 CFM with 20 dBA
Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPro PK-3:: 1700RPM, 90.04 CFM with 27 dBA
Scythe Kaze Maru 2:: 1200RPM, 65.2 CFM with 23.2 dBA
Scythe Kaze Maru 2:: 1700RPM, 92.40 CFM with 36.4 dBA

Again, the high speed fans would be using the bios selectable fan speed control set to like ~70%.
NB PK-3... Much louder than they are spec'ed at. Turned me off of Noiseblocker for life. They don't get quiet until below 1000rpm. They have a growl that is irritating. Have these currently as my roof fans but they will be gone soon, never to be heard from again! Big disappointment noise wise, for the price.

Kaze Maru... much, much quieter than the NB, and they bolt right up with no adapters. Static is not great with or without the 140mm adapter. Good as a push fan (if you have a healthy pull fan) because they cover a larger area of the rad. 1200rpm for a quiet system, 1700rpm perform better but a bit louder, but still very good noise wise and quieter than the NB.

S-Flex 1600rpm... Very nice fan. Good static, build quality, noise. If I were you I would strap your 1900s on and be happy. Has a large motor hub so shrouds are recommended.
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