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post #1 of 3068 (permalink) Old 08-22-2010, 08:54 PM - Thread Starter
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Welcome to Official Scythe GentleTyphoon club
(originally started by ehume)

 

                                                                 

 

 

To join the club, please post inside this thread (pictures & model number are required) or contact Nguruthos7.  He'll update the spreadsheet manually.

 

 

If you're already on the list and would like to update the model(s), again, please post it here or contact Nguruthos7. Thanks!

 



 

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Here are the specs for original GTs:

 

 

 

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Specs for high speed models:

 

 

 

Google Spreadsheet

 

 

 

2150 RPM model:



If anyone interested, GentleTyphoon 2150 RPM is still available for pre-ordering (complete fan only). Check out this thread as they still need a few more orders to meet the quota.

https://www.overclock.net/other-cooli...group-buy.html

Hurry!!


Some basic info on Scythe's GentleTyphoon series:

 

  • Rated Voltage - DC12V
  • Weight - 200g
  • Bearing Type - Double Ball Bearing (good for both horizontal & vertical mounting)
  • MTBF - 100,000h @ 35c or 60,000h @ 60c (for AP-15 model: 55,000h @ 60c)

The package also includes the following (4 mounting screws + a molex & 3/4 pin adapter):


Specially designed blades/propellers:



High-speed model (3k RPM):



The specs for GT's are here (Nidec) and here (Scythe) and here (highspeed super typhoons).



If you have some suggestions for other good links, let me know.

By request, we have this graphic from the Scythe Europe site:



Link to Scythe published specs here.

If you have any suggestions and/or comments to help improve the club, please feel free to post them here. Thanks!

Also here's the club's signature (many thanks to JorundJ whom also supplied us with the above banner), just copy and paste it into the signature section on your User CP:

 

 

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Why did you choose AP14 over AP15 when it comes to cpu cooling? Which one of these 2 is the one with the least background noise? (I want to replace my P12 and so how does the static pressure compare vs those 2?)
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Why did you choose AP14 over AP15 when it comes to cpu cooling? Which one of these 2 is the one with the least background noise? (I want to replace my P12 and so how does the static pressure compare vs those 2?)
The AP-15's cooled better - about 2c - but they were also louder by 2-3 dBA. I could hear the difference.

The AP-14's were good enough with my rig and my cooler. I didn't need the additional 2c, and I appreciate the 2-3 dB less noise. I'm running a wind machine with eight fans - P14 and 2xAP-14 on the D14, Kaze Maru 1200 rpm top intake, KM 500 side intake, AP-12 (on 5v) front intake, AP-13 bottom intake, AP-15 + Beamair auto controlled by MB as PCH cooler - and all I hear is soft wind. That's important for a machine sitting so close to me (see above).
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I have two on my rad. The price of them always kill me.

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I don't know how you notice the difference between AP-14 and AP-15.
My AP-15 is silent, maybe if I have my ear on it I can hear it.

Oh guess I am in for the club.

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These are awesome fans.

You must have sensitive ears though. My AP-15 is dead quiet. I can't imagine getting a slower version. If anything, I'd love to see a 2500rpm GT.


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I have some AP-15s too and they are really quiet...like a ninja

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These are awesome fans.

You must have sensitive ears though. My AP-15 is dead quiet. I can't imagine getting a slower version. If anything, I'd love to see a 2500rpm GT.
Agreed!

Really would love 2000+ rpm from GT.
Hopefully its on the works!

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ehume, you should start a Google spreadsheet so members can add names themselves. If there are enough members then you could ask one of the mods to make this club official. Just a thought.

Anyway, I'm in. GTs are great fans. Now I'm just waiting to get some of those 2150 RPM ones.
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there are higher CFM GTs... does anybody know how to get those? specially the 3000 rpm?

http://www.nidec.com/d1225c/d1225c1.htm

http://www.nidec.com/fanpdfs/d1225c.pdf

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