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Anyone looking for 1850 RPM (D1225C12B5AP-15) fans, Koolertek has updated page with ETA 5/3/11
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Anyone looking for 1850 RPM (D1225C12B5AP-15) fans, Koolertek has updated page with ETA 5/3/11
Nice...I think North America is finally getting their stock!
    
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Nice...I think North America is finally getting their stock!
Yes, they have started shipping out to US retailers, though some (Koolertek, for example) aren't getting as many as were on backorder due to the limited quantity making it over to America at this time. Still, some is better than none
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I just ordered 5 AP-14s and one AP-15 from Aquatuning.

Bit steep with the $13 shipping/tax deal but $105 for 6 fans with 2 day shipping isn't too bad.

I've got a question for those who are using an NH-D14 with some GT's.

Since I've got one AP-15 (wasn't sure if it would be too loud. ) I was wondering if using the -14 as a push fan with a -15 as a pull fan (or vice versa) on a NH-D14 would net positive gains over using two AP-14s on it. Or would leaving the stock Noctua fans on the D14 work better/ similar?

So fan gurus, which would be a better idea?
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^ Not sure about a AP-15 and an AP-14, but two AP-15s were 2c cooler than the stock Noctua fans on my NH-D14. And they look 10x better.
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
I just ordered 5 AP-14s and one AP-15 from Aquatuning.

Bit steep with the $13 shipping/tax deal but $105 for 6 fans with 2 day shipping isn't too bad.

I've got a question for those who are using an NH-D14 with some GT's.

Since I've got one AP-15 (wasn't sure if it would be too loud. ) I was wondering if using the -14 as a push fan with a -15 as a pull fan (or vice versa) on a NH-D14 would net positive gains over using two AP-14s on it. Or would leaving the stock Noctua fans on the D14 work better/ similar?

So fan gurus, which would be a better idea?
I think it'll be better to use the 15 as a push fan and 14 as a pull fan. I think in general, you want the fan with more static pressure to be pushing than pulling.
    
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post #1157 of 3068
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I think it'll be better to use the 15 as a push fan and 14 as a pull fan. I think in general, you want the fan with more static pressure to be pushing than pulling.
So with that in mind the NF-P12 has more static pressure than the NF-P14?

I don't really mind so much for dropping a few degrees but I just want to know if my it's worth it to even throw an AP-15 on the D14 to begin with. Cause that fan would probably do a lot better for feeding the intake fan on my GTX 580 in the bottom of my case cause it has good static pressure and there's a honeycomb grill AND a fan filter down there and it honestly doesn't feel like much of the air my Scythe S-Flex E is pushing gets to the 580.

I also want to swap out the 230mm on the side panel for two of the AP-14s but I'm not sure which location would suit my mobo and 580 better. Two on the right, two on the top, or criss cross with one on bottom right and one on top left.

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First sleeve job! Ap-13s that are going to run as top exhaust in my new 650D. I guess I will do the H70 ap-15s I have next!
post #1159 of 3068
I just ordered two AP-15 (from here) to replace the two Akasa Viper of my Mega which are a bit noisy at higher rpm's. I'm going to use the vipers since they're PWM as intake system fans (via 4 pin Y type adaptor) one as a lower front fan and the other one as a bottom intake fan.
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First sleeve job! Ap-13s that are going to run as top exhaust in my new 650D. I guess I will do the H70 ap-15s I have next!
Nice work on your first sleeve job and 2 AP-15's are perfect for that H70. Might wanna try running them as intake also. Some people say they'd rather have it as exhaust but IMO I think it's best to experiment and see which one yields lower temps.
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