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I currently have three 1200rpm Scythe SlipStreams and they are the loudest thing in my case. What fans can I use to replace them that will give me close to the same air flow but be quieter?
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I currently have three 1200rpm Scythe SlipStreams and they are the loudest thing in my case. What fans can I use to replace them that will give me close to the same air flow but be quieter?
Have you tried oiling them first? They're great fans for free-airflow situations (aka not on a rad) and they're sleeve bearings, I oiled mine and it made a huge difference. Just peel up the sticker, pop the little rubber cap and put in a few drops of oil (sewing machine oil/any light non-penetrating oil that you like). Once you fill the little chamber a bit power the fan on, and see if the level drops. If you need to add a bit more, do (it doesn't/shouldn't be topped off) and then pop the top back in and replace the sticker (or leave the sticker off if you want).
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Attach fans to fan control?
     
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GT's are amazing!!!

Also slipstreams are not known for being quiet. What did you expect?
 
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Attach fans to fan control?
At 1200rpm those fans should be pretty much silent (I have a pair), I think it's much more likely that they need some oil...
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Have you tried oiling them first? They're great fans for free-airflow situations (aka not on a rad) and they're sleeve bearings, I oiled mine and it made a huge difference. Just peel up the sticker, pop the little rubber cap and put in a few drops of oil (sewing machine oil/any light non-penetrating oil that you like). Once you fill the little chamber a bit power the fan on, and see if the level drops. If you need to add a bit more, do (it doesn't/shouldn't be topped off) and then pop the top back in and replace the sticker (or leave the sticker off if you want).
I know that they have bad static pressure which is one reason that I want to replace them since one of them is on my H50's radiator and the others have to go through mesh and a filter. This extra obstruction could be making them more noisy as well as reducing their airflow significantly.

I have oiled one of them in the past when it started to stick. I'll have to try oiling them and see if that helps. I used to think that they were very quiet so that maybe the problem. In fact I am fairly sure that the blademasters that I was using on my 212+ at 1200rpm were quieter than my slipstreams at 1200rpm.

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Attach fans to fan control?
I was considering it but I feel like these fans just wouldn't move much air at a the speed that they would become quiet.

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GT's are amazing!!!

Also slipstreams are not known for being quiet. What did you expect?
GT are probably my first choice at the moment I'm just not sure what speed to get.

They seem to think that they are reasonable quiet, but then again they do usually undervolt fans. They said at lower RPMs they are one of the best case fans that you can buy.
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article832-page3.html
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Have you tried oiling them first? They're great fans for free-airflow situations (aka not on a rad) and they're sleeve bearings, I oiled mine and it made a huge difference. Just peel up the sticker, pop the little rubber cap and put in a few drops of oil (sewing machine oil/any light non-penetrating oil that you like). Once you fill the little chamber a bit power the fan on, and see if the level drops. If you need to add a bit more, do (it doesn't/shouldn't be topped off) and then pop the top back in and replace the sticker (or leave the sticker off if you want).
Has anyone done this with the 1600rpm version?
    
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Ha... Ha... Ha....

You don't want to have my setup, don't you. 3x 3k RPM Ultra Kazes


Seriously. Oil the bearings. At 1200RPM they should be dead silent. My NZXT FN Series 1.3k RPM with rifle bearing are inaudible at 1300 RPM. Your Scythes should be even quieter.
   
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Where do you have the fans mounted? You do know that sleeved bearing fans are not meant to be mounted horizontally, right? (IE top or bottom of case)
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I know that they have bad static pressure which is one reason that I want to replace them since one of them is on my H50's radiator and the others have to go through mesh and a filter. This extra obstruction could be making them more noisy as well as reducing their airflow significantly.

Remember that a grill causes the noise (if it's due to vortices and not the fan)- try running the fans outside the case and see how the noise signature changes. If it's the grill, then it won't matter what fan you put on unless the fan moves less air. If it's the fan, break out the oil!

I have oiled one of them in the past when it started to stick. I'll have to try oiling them and see if that helps. I used to think that they were very quiet so that maybe the problem. In fact I am fairly sure that the blademasters that I was using on my 212+ at 1200rpm were quieter than my slipstreams at 1200rpm.
GT are probably my first choice at the moment I'm just not sure what speed to get.

GT-1850's I think are the most popular- the GT line is supposed to have a very pleasant noise-profile
^Bolded responses above.
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Has anyone done this with the 1600rpm version?
Should have the same effect
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Where do you have the fans mounted? You do know that sleeved bearing fans are not meant to be mounted horizontally, right? (IE top or bottom of case)
My 3 Slipstreams ran horizontally for a few months, it didn't seem to damage them, but I'm sure it's hit or miss. Vertical is the way to go though.
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