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Wow those look great, but they do exaggerate a little on the "BIG 50 CFM" lol, other than that those look pretty damn cool.

Too bad they don't sell in the U.S. yet.
 

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BIG 50 CFM and 12 DB...... Sounds impossible and the usual exaggeration from manufacturers. if the specs are true then these fans are indeed epic.
 

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Originally Posted by cs_maan View Post
Wow those look great, but they do exaggerate a little on the "BIG 50 CFM" lol, other than that those look pretty damn cool.

Too bad they don't sell in the U.S. yet.
thinking the same thing
 

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They do actually put out a lot of air. Granted they aren't Notuca's but still i like the looks better than the tan and brown :| lol
 

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BIG 50 CFM and 12 DB...... Sounds impossible and the usual exaggeration from manufacturers. if the specs are true then these fans are indeed epic.
Epic expensive if that end up being true. -_-
 

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How about getting some fans that undervolt well? You can make any good quality fan silent with a fan controller.

I'm not buying 50 CFM and 12 dBA either.
 

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if its true im buying a bunch! 12db is epic, i thought my 19db fans were quiet (i bought the ones i have because they were the quietest i could find)
 

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Man if those actually perform as advertised, I will HAVE to get them, they look too cool.
 

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Most noise from good fans are because of air noise. Meaning the high cfm low motor noise fans only have high db from the air turbulence that is created. Like said above you can always use a fan controller on good fans for silence.
 

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Looks like they'd have high pressure. Looks more suited for HSF or Rads.

How? It's a low RPM 120x25mm fan. If you want static pressure get a 120x38mm fan and a fan controller.
 
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