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I was going through looking at some fans I I know the popular choices usually end up being Gentle Typhoons But I was wondering if something like this
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=29211
Would be good for cooling a radiator. Watch the video there before you start blah blahing about cfm
post #2 of 9
Yes a very good rad fan.

Yate Loons are also popular and very cheap.

What kind of radiator are you looking into?
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Yes a very good rad fan.

Yate Loons are also popular and very cheap.

What kind of radiator are you looking into?
XSPC Rasa 750 RS360
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Don't do it!...They did really poor for my test here:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...d-4-gt-vs.html

Listen for yourself..
    
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Mannnn, i thought I seen a review and they were decent fans.
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Don't do it!...They did really poor for my test here:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...d-4-gt-vs.html

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Typhoons it is!!

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Mannnn, i thought I seen a review and they were decent fans.
That may have been for case intake but not radiator. wasnt too sure myself/// then again If I was why would I be asking lol
post #7 of 9
Typhoons are very very popular. i want to get my hands on a few to see what the hype is about. but its always comes out to over $20 a pop. for a AP15.
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AP 29 or 30 is the way to with fan controler, besides AP 15 is hardley found, im getting some also
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Typhoons are very very popular. i want to get my hands on a few to see what the hype is about. but its always comes out to over $20 a pop. for a AP15.
aquatuning.us has them for ~$15 plus shipping. Very reasonable coming from Europe.
    
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