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AP-15 1850 RPM

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AP-31 5400 RPM
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post #2 of 11
well, depends on how much noise you can accept
obviously, the 5000rpm GT will be better. but everything above a gt14 is too noisy for my personal taste...
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post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by Elohim View Post
well, depends on how much noise you can accept
obviously, the 5000rpm GT will be better. but everything above a gt14 is too noisy for my personal taste...
I agree. Totally depends on your personal taste with a balance of sound/performance. I'm just guessing the 5400 is far from being "gentle"
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Well i really care about performance over the noise factor, I have a 700d and with the panels on do you think it will soften the sound a bit?
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post #5 of 11
You could always get the 31's and undervolt them but I havent seen any reviews on how well they undervolt. They could click or just have alot of motor noise, but if they are anything like the original GT's you'll be fine.
 
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post #6 of 11
I have 15's and rarely use them above 60% because of the noise. I keep them at 50% pretty much 100% of the time, it's the only way I can bare it.

I should have bought the 14's. The performance at 50% is just fine for me though. I run a 950 @4ghz 24/7.
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post #7 of 11
if you run them @5000rpm they will definately be extremely loud, with or without a case.
like nagle said, IF you can undervolt them to 40 or even 50% they'll probably be a good choice for you, but afaik there's not a whole lot of info on the gt31s avaible, so i'd wait for some user reviews...
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post #8 of 11

Here is a 4600 RPM fan for comparison.


The gentle typhoons may be quiet for their speed, but they aren't magic... The 5000 RPM will be LOUD!!!

I own the AP-15 model and keep it under 1400 RPM with a controller usually. I recommend the 1400 RPM AP-14 model.
    
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post #9 of 11
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Thanks guys will look into the 14's +rep
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post #10 of 11
As others have pointed out should look at the 14's - I tried the 15's and didn't notice any temp difference and the 14's are virtually silent.

From more than 1 foot away i can hear my psu fan over the h70....
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