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Running two fans per channel is fine.
Sweet, Wasnt sure if it would start up 2 fans per channel with the beefy san ace's, know it will hold alot of weaker fans. Thank you
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I fried my Kaze Master with a 38mm San Ace. The KM01-BK I think. Scythe told me that the Ace and the Server editions can handle more per channel and shouldn't burn out, but I went with the Sunbeam Rheosmart 6.

Installed it just the other day. VERY happy with it, and looks much better than the Scythe when it comes to matching up with my case. Only thing is it doesn't show speed or voltage through any kind of screen. But I'm not looking at speed, I'm just listening for sound.
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Yeah, sorry i edited my post. I did the math wrong, then came back and fixed it a few minuites later....but forgot to change my answer.

Lampron will be fine. lol
Ah, no worries. The formula you posted was the key part.

I got the fans (AP-30s) yesterday and put them on my Lamptron. They work fine. A bit noisier than the AP-15s, but that's what I get for being inpatient, haha.
    
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