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For shrouds with a push pull set up, do i need one on the push and pull sides or just the push ? as i cant work out how to mount one on the pull side and also have space concerns as the shrouds are kinda large to and two of them may be an issue.
Conventional wisdom puts the shroud on the push side of the rad. If you have space, a shroud on the pull side is a bonus.

Most people, inlcuding me, use fan screws in the opposite diagional of each fan/shroud. See pic.
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Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120mm 1850 RPM Cooling Fan

I'm reading a lot about noisy fans on here, is 28db/57 CFM loud, or only just audible? Been thinking of putting 2 of these on a push/pull for my h50 when I buy one.
Edited by jameschisholm - 4/1/10 at 7:13am
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http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...uide-fans.html

Look at the part there on quietness of the fans. Low 20's is quiet. Of course, that is the noise it makes when your fans are going full blast. They will be quieter if you tone them down a little.
    
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So the gentle typhoons there being 28db are just a little bit quieter than a library lol according to that chart. So all in all recommended?
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not really. i took mine off right away...

its a very noticeable "humming" noise...

I am currently running P/P with 2 stock corsair fans and they're quieter! I'll sell them to ya if you want to gamble like I did. They were used less than 5 minutes! lol...best of luck for whatever you decide on!
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Conventional wisdom puts the shroud on the push side of the rad. If you have space, a shroud on the pull side is a bonus.

Most people, inlcuding me, use fan screws in the opposite diagional of each fan/shroud. See pic.


I'm going to be using your setup in the Antec 1200, i think i should have sufficient air flow to have it as an intake.

as for the side fan, would it be best to have that as an intake or an exhaust? i suppose its trial and error and see what gives the best results.
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So the gentle typhoons there being 28db are just a little bit quieter than a library lol according to that chart. So all in all recommended?
the Apache blacks are 13db and push good air!
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the Apache blacks are 13db and push good air!
13db at 12v or 5v?
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Well here is a question for you guys.

What if I had:
1x Gentle Typhoon @ 1850rpm 57CFM/28db
1x Akasa Apache Black Super Silent @ 1300rpm 57CFM/16-18db

That would be quieter than 2x GT's, but in what config would be best for that?

The High rpm GT on the outside of the case pulling/apache on the rad inside pushing,
Or
the other way around?

My guess is have the high rpm fan blowing air through the rad from the inside right?

as Out take all this.

Edit: Duh, the Apache does the same CFM @ a lower speed, and less db, 2x apaches are better = me regaining my common sense.
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the Apache blacks are 13db and push good air!
Do you use them? what are you temps @4ghz ?
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