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Old November 12, 2009, 05:56 AM
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I'll be trying out a couple of these in the near future:
NCIX.com - Buy Scythe Ultra Kaze 120MM High Static Pressure Silent Fan 38MM 2000RPM 87.6CFM 32.9DBA - DFS123812L-2000 In Canada.
38mm, 80cfm, 32db, lots of static pressure
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Old November 12, 2009, 07:54 AM
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I'll be trying out a couple of these in the near future:
NCIX.com - Buy Scythe Ultra Kaze 120MM High Static Pressure Silent Fan 38MM 2000RPM 87.6CFM 32.9DBA - DFS123812L-2000 In Canada.
38mm, 80cfm, 32db, lots of static pressure
I have one of those and works pretty well on my i7 920.
Max temps @ 3.8GHz are 65c - 70c depending on room temp (which varies from 20c - 25c).
Had to zip-tie it on to the T.R.U.E as it's too thick for the plastic fan holder.
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I'll be trying out a couple of these in the near future:
NCIX.com - Buy Scythe Ultra Kaze 120MM High Static Pressure Silent Fan 38MM 2000RPM 87.6CFM 32.9DBA - DFS123812L-2000 In Canada.
38mm, 80cfm, 32db, lots of static pressure
Ultra Kaze fans are good. They're basically slightly worse versions of the S-Flex line.
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Old November 12, 2009, 04:09 PM
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Ultra Kaze fans are good. They're basically slightly worse versions of the S-Flex line.
I honestly dont like the sound of my s-flex 1600rpm models, going to see if these kaze's are better.
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Old November 12, 2009, 05:29 PM
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I haven't come across that. But yeah the 1600rpm one is plenty.
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I've never had any problems undervolting. I used two 1600RPM ones in my HTPC, one at 7V constant and the other variable depending on CPU speed and they both sounded amazing.
Its not that loud but you can hear it's faint sound when its just the lone scythe fan going
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