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    I've been thinking of buy some Panasonic Panaflows from http://www.caseetc.com ... but I see they have the same fans, but different model numbers... what's the difference, for instance, between the Panaflow 80mm L1A and the H1A? The only difference I can see from the site is the power usage... but are the H1A models generally better, or the L1As?

    BTW, I got a GlobalWin FOP38 for my AMD 1.2 and I love it! The clamp was broken though (they're sending me a replacement), but I'm using the clamp from my old HSF which seems to be better... there's even a little hook on it for the screwdriver to make it easier to attach and detach...

    Thanks!
    Lee

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    Cool

    Caseetc's Panaflo's breakdown like this L1's are the quietest and move less air (24cfm), the H1's are a hair louder and move more air (39cfm).

    Unfortunately he doesn't have the Ultra High Panaflows yet, but is expecting them soon. They move 47cfm and are what I use.

    The only place I know of that carries the Ultra's is: http://www.millisec.com

    Yes, the Ultra's are louder!!!!!

    Note: The cfm figures are for 80mm fans.




    [Edited by PowerHungry on 02-15-2001 at 06:07 PM]

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    Thanks for the clarification... I just didn't know why the H1As and the L1As were the same price... I'm actually looking for 4 fans (2 for me and 2 for my bro), and I know Panaflows are the most popular, but if you recommend them, then I'll get those Ultra High Panaflows... noise isn't so much a concern anymore since I used a Vornado floor fan to keep my computer cool for about 3 weeks lol

    btw, on that site, where are the Ultras listed? I don't see them...

    [Edited by fusion on 02-15-2001 at 10:17 PM]

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