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the only way I can see you upping the fan speed is to up the voltage to the fan's itself...and that's not a good idea as you'll shorten the life of the fan electronics...and you may even coarse a fire. just buy some faster fans.
    
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If you do decide to get the yate loons, I must say that they are noticeably louder than your R4s, not as loud as a delta though
    
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I love loud fans and i don't care either as my rooms has sound absorbers so it won't be as loud as for real but, how much airflow can I get from them?
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
He could do -12v and +12v for 24v but this will burn out any +12v fan. PSUs no longer have a -5v line either.
I wish I could do that to get one of this running:

http://www.futureelectronics.com/en/...FB1224EHE.aspx
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