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instantly people will stay away from this thread as loads of people ask this question, but in reading the fan comparisons in the watercooling Guides i didnt really get a sure answer to good fans on a rad.

I looked at some Yate Loons, Coolermaster SickleFlow and Bitfenix Spectres.
I want to do a green/black theme so green LEDs are prefered....i have considered the scythe Typhoon fans but they arent LED so arent as keen on them.
But what are some good Green LED fans for an XSPC RX360 rad? (any other recommendations other than the fans i have already said will be welcomed)
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I'd just take the Sickle Flow. The difference between those fans will not be really noticeably and the CM fans are the cheapest. They also look pretty cool.
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post #3 of 8
i would go for the bit fenix cos of Fluid Dynamic Bearing
i wish they were sold more often in my country lol.
post #4 of 8
I used medium red led Yates, I didn't see any difference when I switched to non-led of the same fans. They offer red, green, & blue led fans.

edit: some bling-bling fans: xigmatek white led (orange or smoked-black), they make some other led color fans too.
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i would go for the bit fenix cos of Fluid Dynamic Bearing

You do realize it's just a fancy name for a sleeve bearing right? Same bearing as the Yate Loon or the Sickle Flow.
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post #6 of 8
if you think so charlie then its cool for me. i prefere to stay in my fancy names world XD
post #7 of 8
btw spectre is availbe in 140mm version + lots of models (black, white and five led) and also it got some nice air pressure wink.gif this is the most important factor for a fan for radiator wink.gif the blades of spetre are pretty much close in design to those in scytche GT.
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Cooler Master Sickle Flow

I have some Red Led ones and they are amazing ^_^

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