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For the price of a fan controller you can buy at least two AP-14's, maybe more. So instead of buying two AP-15's and a fan controller, buy two AP-15's and two AP-14's. In the end you'll be happier.
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I personally am shy about buying goods from ebay as you never truly know what you're getting. The seller at that link says they're a business with a pretty high feedback rating, so it could be legit. If you want one from a retailer, I was able to find ONE place that had it in stock though: http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0352685. It's a bit more expensive, but it all depends on what your peace of mind is worth I suppose.
I'm going to MC next week and see if they have in stock, otherwise I think I'm gonna order on Ebay with this seller:
http://cgi.ebay.com/Lamptron-FC5V2-4...item4cf59f5b02

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I use ebay all the time, you can often get stuff that is out of stock everywhere else. Many of my various Gentle Typhoons have been from ebay since stock has been such an issue elsewhere over the last six months. As long as you stick to top rated sellers I really think the danger is minimal.

That particular sellar you listed is a business and does have lots of feedback so is probably fine, however he does seem to pick up a negative feedback every month or so, so I'd probably try and go with someone else if possible. If not and I really wanted the item then I'd probably risk it.
I was a bit late for the CrazyPC sale, other wise I would end up grabbing the FC5 V2 for like $23, look like I'll be getting it on Ebay instead.

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For the price of a fan controller you can buy at least two AP-14's, maybe more. So instead of buying two AP-15's and a fan controller, buy two AP-15's and two AP-14's. In the end you'll be happier.
It's almost $60 so that's like 3-4 AP-14/15 there lol. I need a total of 5: 2 for the Corsair H70 and 3 on top of the case for exhaust, would that be better if I get the AP-15 for maximum performance vs the AP-14? That's the reason why I consider a fan controller in case the fans make loud noise.
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Aren't the AP-14's and 15's the same price? In that case I would always get the 15's so I can get the most power out of them and if they are too loud get a fan controller. It may cost a little more but in the long run I'm sure it's worth it. I have two 15's on my Hyper 212+ and they never bother me, though that might be because someone always has the tv on behind me. Either way I say you try them out first and if they are too loud you can order a fan controller.
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They are the same price but plenty of us can't be bothered with fan controllers and have a range of fans for different situations and uses. I have AP-14s and 15s in my sig rig and AP-13s in my server.
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It's almost $60 so that's like 3-4 AP-14/15 there lol. I need a total of 5: 2 for the Corsair H70 and 3 on top of the case for exhaust, would that be better if I get the AP-15 for maximum performance vs the AP-14? That's the reason why I consider a fan controller in case the fans make loud noise.
I love the AP-14. It gives you adequate output at a great static pressure, yet does so quietly. I would only use the AP-15 if I needed the additional output. Since I use a D14 (when I'm not testing it in the basement) and a case with good airflow (drops temps when buttoned up) I don't need the AP-15 with a mere 4GHz OC.

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They are the same price but plenty of us can't be bothered with fan controllers and have a range of fans for different situations and uses. I have AP-14s and 15s in my sig rig and AP-13s in my server.
+3 for that. I use AP-12's for front intake, AP-13's for mid-case and bottom intake, and AP-14's on my D14. I'm about to swap out my AP-13's so I can do some fan-testing in the basement. AP-14's make marvelous case fans.
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Aren't the AP-14's and 15's the same price? In that case I would always get the 15's so I can get the most power out of them and if they are too loud get a fan controller. It may cost a little more but in the long run I'm sure it's worth it. I have two 15's on my Hyper 212+ and they never bother me, though that might be because someone always has the tv on behind me. Either way I say you try them out first and if they are too loud you can order a fan controller.
That's what I'm thinking when I got the suggestion, I can't really tell how loud it's gonna be consider 400rpm difference but I guess I can solve that with a fan controller, plus it looks cool to have one too

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I love the AP-14. It gives you adequate output at a great static pressure, yet does so quietly. I would only use the AP-15 if I needed the additional output. Since I use a D14 (when I'm not testing it in the basement) and a case with good airflow (drops temps when buttoned up) I don't need the AP-15 with a mere 4GHz OC.

My concern here is for best performance possible yet giving less noise, and I'm gonna push the 2600k up to 5.0Ghz so I need to slap 2 AP-15 on the H70 to get the job done. I can get 3 AP-14 to use as exhaust fans to push the hot air out through the top of the case but since the 800D/700D has been known for having lot of hot air circulate inside, I'm not sure if 3 AP-14 would cut it and therefore I think might as well getting the AP-15, but what if it turns out to be louder than I expect? In the end I guess a fan controller is needed.
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My concern here is for best performance possible yet giving less noise, and I'm gonna push the 2600k up to 5.0Ghz so I need to slap 2 AP-15 on the H70 to get the job done. I can get 3 AP-14 to use as exhaust fans to push the hot air out through the top of the case but since the 800D/700D has been known for having lot of hot air circulate inside, I'm not sure if 3 AP-14 would cut it and therefore I think might as well getting the AP-15, but what if it turns out to be louder than I expect? In the end I guess a fan controller is needed.
That's exactly why I purchased one. It's nice to be able to get a little more than what you think you'll need, and if it's overpowering, dialing it down a notch.
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Hi guys, I've recently found a modding shop nearby who's got the 3 new models high rpm black & I'm honestly considering the lowest (3000 rpm) model as a P/P setup for my Megahalems, the AP-29. Could anyone tell me how loud they really are? On site it only reports 36.5 db(A), is that true, and if it is so it refers to the fan's highest speed (3000 rpm)? Can anyone compare the sound of an AP-29 (noise level) with a similar 120mm fan (at way lower speed I presume)?
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Hi guys, I've recently found a modding shop nearby who's got the 3 new models high rpm black & I'm honestly considering the lowest (3000 rpm) model as a P/P setup for my Megahalems, the AP-29. Could anyone tell me how loud they really are? On site it only reports 36.5 db(A), is that true, and if it is so it refers to the fan's highest speed (3000 rpm)? Can anyone compare the sound of an AP-29 (noise level) with a similar 120mm fan (at way lower speed I presume)?
Thanks!
Nidec Specs are honest specs. All industrial fan suppliers have as their biggest customers companies who can test the fans themselves, so the specs must be accurate. You can trust these specs. Looks like 38 dB at 3000 rpm.
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Nidec Specs are honest specs. All industrial fan suppliers have as their biggest customers companies who can test the fans themselves, so the specs must be accurate. You can trust these specs. Looks like 38 dB at 3000 rpm.
+1 rep
Thanks! I'm not decided yet if I'll go for a couple of AP-29 or a couple of AP-15 for my Mega P/P. It looks like the voltage range of the ...12B7AZ-00 (the same as the AP-29??) is 10.2-13.8v., what do you think will be the min. (start) rpm value since it won't work under 10.2v.?
And will my Gigabyte ex58-ud5 cpu-fan support two of them?
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