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EVGA 1080 Ti Hybrid SC2 Fan

Hi, does anyone know which fan does the radiator in the EVGA 1080 Ti Hybrid SC2 use? I might swap it for a less noisy one, but I'll not if I'm going to get less static pressure.

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Hi, does anyone know which fan does the radiator in the EVGA 1080 Ti Hybrid SC2 use? I might swap it for a less noisy one, but I'll not if I'm going to get less static pressure.
I don't know the exact specs on the fan but I've had experience with two different evga hybrids where the bearing on the fan appears to go wonky and starts making an annoying chattering noise.

Any decent 3 pin 120mm fan with 1800+ RPM max fan speed should suffice as a replacement.
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I don't know the exact specs on the fan but I've had experience with two different evga hybrids where the bearing on the fan appears to go wonky and starts making an annoying chattering noise.

Any decent 3 pin 120mm fan with 1800+ RPM max fan speed should suffice as a replacement.
I was thinking in a quieter alternative, the Noctua NF-F12. It's much less noisy, and it has just a bit less static pressure than my cpu fan (one that comes with the Corsair H75) I've still to test it on my CPU, but hopefully I can swap both radiator fans.

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