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$22 is way more than I'm ever willing to spend on a fan. $15 would be my absolute max. At the end of the day, it's only a fan. Especially when YL's perform extremely well for $6.

That's the price that you pay to buy Double BB fans. Bottom line, they're just better...
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At the end of the day, it's only a fan. Especially when YL's perform extremely well for $6.

Hey for that matter you can buy the Kaze 3000's (that create more static pull and are RPM adjustable) for $5.00 each (well that's what I can get them for). then just replace the fans once a year when they start to fail... That's another option...
    
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PSS - What about the Delta PFC1212DE Club? Now those fans are the TRUE BEASTS OF THEM ALL !!! and they are PWM controlled (1550 - 5500 RPM). Great Double BB fans; just like the GTs... smile.gif

Understand your excitement and prolly its you're 1st industrial grade fan, but it looks like a toy compared to this -> the real beast biggrin.gif

Regarding fans clubs :
You still have a long way to go ... tongue.gif
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That's the price that you pay to buy Double BB fans. Bottom line, they're just better...
Hey for that matter you can buy the Kaze 3000's (that create more static pull and are RPM adjustable) for $5.00 each (well that's what I can get them for). then just replace the fans once a year when they start to fail... That's another option...

YL fans are known to go a long, long time (the "real" ones). Better is subjective. Even if they went every year, it would still be cheaper for 4 years. At which point I'd be running something new anyway.
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Hi
from Singapore here

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Got 3 AP-15s in computer shop in SG.
U can find AP-15s in SG easily but just this model.

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Not sure if I've submitted this yet rolleyes.gif
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EDIT: Also..
Edited by Dirtyworks - 5/20/12 at 3:14pm
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Not sure if I've submitted this yet rolleyes.gif
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EDIT: Also..


EPIC!


Now.... with those AP-31's all lined up... feed a Kleenex/tissue into them lol biggrin.gif
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Understand your excitement and prolly its you're 1st industrial grade fan, but it looks like a toy compared to this -> the real beast biggrin.gif
You still have a long way to go ... tongue.gif

While you say that I still have a long way to go. I'm still trying to figure out what you mean by that? While you provided that link with those Servo 2 fans (which by the way are extremely nice), again, he only has two (at least from what I can see) and they pull 260 CFM @ 6000 RPM and mine pull 253 CFM @ 5500 RPM; not much difference when they're at full blast. Plus I have 8 of these running in one system and they're all controlled by a custom made PWM controller. So I don't see how I have a "long way to go" when it comes to what I already possess in my existing system.

Actually on the contrary, I feel as though I have already arrived. Not too many people here have that kind of setup anyway, or even want that kind of setup as these Delta fans (even at 1550 RPM) are still a bit loud for me; hence the reason why I want to switch my setup a bit to have a quieter system...

But again, those are some really nice Servo fans and I'm sure they cost a lot. Thanks for the link. Later... cool.gif
    
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post #1798 of 3068
Add me in please! biggrin.gif D1225C12B4AP-14

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post #1799 of 3068
Add me to club, it was a hard choice between the AP15 and Noiseblocker MF. But the lower price of the Scythe tempted me.

So I ended up getting 4 and they are excellent fans. Very quiet although I have to admit I have mine running at 1250 with a Lamptron FC5V2.

I would love to try some of those 120mm 2150rpm fans that Scythe make.

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Edited by majnu - 5/28/12 at 5:08am
post #1800 of 3068
Hello, I just bought a 5400rpm Gentle Typhoon thinking that I can use my fan controller. But, I can't because the fan requires a molex to for power. My question is, is it possible and safe to do the 12v to 7v molex method to power the fan? I'm having a hard time finding a fan controller that take in molex and molex to 3 pin female in my local stores. Thank you very much for your time.
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