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I have one of these:
Swiftech MCR420-QP


I want to run push pull on it and was curious what some good fans were for it?

I was wondering if Cooler Master has any fans that would work well in this area ... I know someone who knows someone who slept with someones sister (almost, but you get the idea )
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Coolermaster I believe the Blademaster has a good amount of static pressure, but otherwise, if you can get your hands on some Gentle typhoon ap-15s, I would do so, they work great
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ya I was thinking the R4 series, blade master, and excalibur were their good ones ...
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I, personally, like the R4's...obviously. They are a little on the loud side @ 100% but if you have a fan controller, like I do, they're magnificent
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ya I really like the look of the dark smoke ones
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post #6 of 11
with push pull you will gain better performance maybe 2-3ºC less i advise to use shrouds though they reduce a good amount of noise generated by the fans and it cools better cause you will not have dead spots (motor if the fan)
post #7 of 11
Depends what you're going for. Better cooling or lower noise?
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Originally Posted by [CyGnus] View Post
with push pull you will gain better performance maybe 2-3ºC less i advise to use shrouds though they reduce a good amount of noise generated by the fans and it cools better cause you will not have dead spots (motor if the fan)
+ rep for the info, must take into consideration when I redo my loop

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I'm not sure if it will help but I did exactly the same thing on my 320 rad, 6 fans push/pull config using some fans that are slighly better than the yates. The zalman f3's, they come with a Noiseless Connector (RC56) that makes it ultra silent and still maintain a good cfm. If your on a budget then I would certainly recommend those

Here's the thread that i created to get help choosing the best fans for my rad:

suggestions for 6 push/pull fans for swiftech mcr320-qp Radiator


Good luck

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Depends what you're going for. Better cooling or lower noise?
well, I would like to get the best cooling and keep it around or below 50 dB
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50DBA? That is a bit loud but you can get Skythe Kaze 2mil RPM they are 38mm fans with 37dba and push larges amount of air as well as good air pressure cant go wrong with those! But for 27DBA you have Gentle Typhoons 1850 very good fans and the noise is not that much i have 4 of them with shrouds and they are silent.
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