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Second, what is the consensus on GT AP-15's on these radiators? Martin's review of radiators and push/pull suggest no difference between push/pull with medium speed fans. I plan to use mine in pull. I can do a comparison once I get my fans, but if someone already has some info, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
I have GT AP-15's on my RS360 as pull. They work really well between 800-1800 rpm. Granted my rad is mounted externally and I control them with a Scythe Kaze Master fan controller. I think most of the hubbub of the GT's are their low noise and sound profile. I imagine their performance to be on par with most other fans of the same RPM. If noise isn't an issue you can definitely get by with something cheaper or more performance.

I'm trying to decide whether I want to get the 3000 RPM AP-29s though and use those on the rad. Then move the AP-15s inside as case fans, since I'd like the option to ramp speed up to near unbearable with radical CFM levels if necessary.
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you can use the intel mount with a amd board?
cause the amd mount is ugly
Yep, wait ill upload a pic. I think it looks much cooler but that's my opinion It blocks the first ram slot tough.



And i don't think the amd mount is ugly, just the screws are. But I'm pretty sure you can use the screws from the intel mount
Edited by nicksasa - 2/22/11 at 12:19pm
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I have GT AP-15's on my RS360 as pull. They work really well between 800-1800 rpm. Granted my rad is mounted externally and I control them with a Scythe Kaze Master fan controller. I think most of the hubbub of the GT's are their low noise and sound profile. I imagine their performance to be on par with most other fans of the same RPM. If noise isn't an issue you can definitely get by with something cheaper or more performance.

I'm trying to decide whether I want to get the 3000 RPM AP-29s though and use those on the rad. Then move the AP-15s inside as case fans, since I'd like the option to ramp speed up to near unbearable with radical CFM levels if necessary.
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Yep, wait ill upload a pic. I think it looks much cooler but that's my opinion It blocks the first ram slot tough.

And i don't think the amd mount is ugly, just the screws are. But I'm pretty sure you can use the screws from the intel mount
I swear someone said they used the Intel screws with the AMD mount.
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Just got my XSPC kit a while ago, installed everything just by following mr. jugallos's videos ^_^ i'll try and post some pics in a bit, really hard looking for the right areas where to put the loop in an FT02... but I managed.. I think... Would've posted a build log but im not good at narrating stuff that im doing.. >.>
So i'll just let the pics do the talking... ^_^
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Just got my XSPC kit a while ago, installed everything just by following mr. jugallos's videos ^_^ i'll try and post some pics in a bit, really hard looking for the right areas where to put the loop in an FT02... but I managed.. I think... Would've posted a build log but im not good at narrating stuff that im doing.. >.>
So i'll just let the pics do the talking... ^_^
i look at ur case its not bad...hehehe i got a raven and im goin to put 2 external 360 rads cant wait till tomorrow...my kit will be arriving tomorrow...good luck with the loop setup
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Well I bought 4 of these fans,
since I already had 2.Plus was on a small budget since I spent money on 2 MC 64gb. SSD's.
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I swear someone said they used the Intel screws with the AMD mount.
I used the intel screws. They work better and look better in my opinion.
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I used the intel screws. They work better and look better in my opinion.
the intel screws go in, but you aren't actually threading them, the threads on the amd bracket are totally different then the threads on the intel screws. You are actually cross threading them to make it work. I wouldn't advise using the intel screws with the amd bracket. Go look at the tread on the screw for the amd bracket and then look at the intel screws, they are way smaller threads.
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mine threaded right in i used the intel screw with the amd mount ><
wasnt hard or nothing hand tightened, the backplate is the one from the h50 thought.
Edited by solar0987 - 2/22/11 at 6:50pm
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