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But, you might not like the noise. Please email us if you're running the latest version of your browser and you still see this message. I think I'll go for a side duct then My younger brother has nicked my smartcase fan2 which was on my CPU. Much quieter than a Tornado too.Click to expand...

Also, even though we used a black sack made from lightweight plastic, it was still too heavy to fill completely for the fans that have a particularly low airflow or low RancidWAnnaRIot, Oct 19, 2004 RancidWAnnaRIot, Oct 19, 2004 #6 Oct 19, 2004 #7 DudeItsMe [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 16,110 Joined: Aug 10, 2004 If you ever buy a Vantec Tornado, keep whatever DudeItsMe, Oct 19, 2004 DudeItsMe, Oct 19, 2004 #7 Oct 19, 2004 #8 TheLastAlliance n00bie Messages: 21 Joined: Oct 11, 2004 Look Below... Reply With Quote 09-23-02,08:52 AM #7 auky View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jul 2001 Location NY darn rite, vacuum cleaner..lol Reply With Quote 09-23-02,10:01 AM #8 NismoGTR

NismoGTR Reply With Quote 09-23-02,11:43 AM #9 Robin Hood View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Aug 2002 Location Nottingham Originally posted by NismoGTR ...they got 75CFm at full Read more Published 11 months ago by Michael Novick Jr 5.0 out of 5 starsFive Stars Beast of a fan, yes it's loud, but wow does it move air. This fan has the 3-pin connection for full RPM monitoring capabilities. But noisy and vibrate a ton.

Submit a review $6.99 Akasa 80mm x 25mm Ultra Quiet Smoke Silent Color Fan (23.19 CFM , 20.0 dBA) (AK-190-SM) Brand: Akasa Near silent 8cm fan with distinctive Smokey coloured comes with 4 extra screws, actually gets power from 4-pin IDE power plug but still uses 3-pin fan plug (with only 1 wire) for motherboard fan speed control. The fans were powered by a passively cooled PSU, so as not to increase the sound level in the room, and held in place by two metal clamps with a reflecting The 120mm and 140mm fans come with a low-speed adapt...

Personally, I like to keep the fan on there though You could also put a 120mm for the blowhole: that will get you slightly negative case pressure, which is how I Personally (for a short distance) I would go with 1 fan/1 duct or 2 fans/no duct. Product may or may not be in the original packaging. I created a coupler by cutting a 2-liter soda bottle in half and zip-tying the neck half around the fan.

thanks for all the help NismoGTR Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Cooling Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Overclockers.com Community News & Community stelleg151, Oct 20, 2004 stelleg151, Oct 20, 2004 #12 Oct 20, 2004 #13 RancidWAnnaRIot EspantaPajaros Messages: 12,607 Joined: Feb 19, 2004 i see i see.. Copyright ©2000 - 2014, iNET Interactive Overclockers.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data It will however move a [email protected]#$ton of air.

The vantec is 55dBA so I might have to give that a miss. Bucher 5.0 out of 5 starsMoves a lot of air Moves a ton of air, I have been using 9 of these in a generator shed for a year and they Available in 80, 92, and 120mm, TriCool fans offer the perfect balance of silence and efficiency. However, human beings are slightly more complex and demanding than your average fan.

Great fan, but Buyer be Prepared! Precisely balanced fan blades and long life Hydro Dynamic bearing guarantee ultra low noise. Add to Compare Add to Wish List Selected Items Reset compare Best Service Sellers Pricebreak Sold and Shipped by: Pricebreak Ask Pricebreak about: Vantec Tornado 80mm Double Ball Bearing High Air It will move a lot of air at lower rpm's and to me, has a much lower pitched and thus less annoying noise.

Submit a review $17.99 Enermax 80mm Marathon Case Fan (UC-8EB) Brand: Enermax The 80mm Marathon Case Fan is an ultra quiet fan from Enermax. There are different versions though. Cases & Cooling Jun 7, 2002 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Deals and Shenanigans Yoyo.com A Happy Place To Shop For Toys Zappos Shoes & Clothing Conditions of UsePrivacy NoticeInterest-Based AdsĀ© 1996-2017, Amazon.com, Inc.

This thing moves a CRAZY amount of air, and if you're using it to keep yer PC cool, then it WILL do the job. The Enermax Magma is incredibly quiet, making only 21 dB at full speed and yet it manages to move a substantial 34+ CFM! Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > [H]ard|Ware > Overclocking & Cooling > What 80mm fan has the most CFM, and where can i get it?

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Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5. Can I replace the 80mm CPU fan, with a 120mm side fan ducted towards the HS? The fan uses a unique BATWING blade design to maximize the air flow ou... i guess that niose is an issue too but anyways hit me with some suggestions thanks #1 Hazard, May 3, 2004 Nickel020 Senior member Joined: Jun 26, 2002 Messages: 753

Submit a review $7.99 Logisys Blue Quad UV LED 80mm Fan Brand: FrozenCPU These quad LED fans are also UV reactive. Used - Acceptable : This means that the product shows clear signs of use, cosmetic defect, and may be missing minor accessories and manual, but remain in working condition. Returned items with minor packaging defects fall under this category. Other Sellers on Amazon Add to Cart $13.89 +Free Shipping Sold by: Eio Add to Cart $15.49 +Free Shipping Sold by: Nspire Store Add to Cart $16.50 +Free Shipping Sold by:

Submit a review $7.99 Evercool 120mm 4 LED Aluminum Fan - Blue Brand: Evercool An interesting new fan from Evercool that is certain attract a bit of attention. Join Date Dec 2001 Location Corner of No and Where Thats why we use Forums instead of the telephone Here's an idea: 120mm side intake blowing towards the cpu fan This fan comes stock with bare leads. Back To Top Overview Specifications Warranty & Returns Reviews Q&A Overview Specifications Warranty & Returns Reviews Q&A Vantech's Tornado TD8038H 80mm black case fan is a powerful cooling solution for today's

TheLastAlliance, Oct 19, 2004 TheLastAlliance, Oct 19, 2004 #8 Oct 19, 2004 #9 TheLastAlliance n00bie Messages: 21 Joined: Oct 11, 2004 Honestly, the best fan/noise ratio on the market is the Latest: IEC, Jan 20, 2017 at 12:51 AM Video Cards and Graphics Bombs away! I cant hear you, speak up. Or is it just the bigger is better mantra?

In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Skip Image Gallery Vantec Tornado 80mm Double Ball Bearing High Air Flow Case Fan - Model TD8038H Share Ships from United States. Full Review Samsung Magician 5.0 Reviewed by AlphaC I don't know why Samsung would ever do this, but they made an application that has fewer features just for a more List unavailable.

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Yes, you'll need earmuffs or noise canceling headphones, but it WORKS. I have a 120mm in mine with 2 tornados on a controller, and sometimes I'll turn the 120mm up all the way but I usually have the tornados on the lowest Reply With Quote 09-23-02,04:28 PM #17 Silversinksam View Profile View Forum Posts Moderator/ Silver Paste Taster© Join Date Aug 2001 Location Sunshine State, USA The Sunon is the "same exact teckman, Oct 20, 2004 teckman, Oct 20, 2004 #15 Oct 20, 2004 #16 Jima13 Gawd Messages: 880 Joined: Feb 19, 2002 RancidWAnnaRIot said: So yeah...