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  1. #16
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    Millisec.com has them

    and

    we also carry them as well PCMutants.com
    Scott Seymour
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    The Panaflo U at 47 cfm and 38.2 is comparable to the YS Tech which is 48.7 at 39.5. Not to mention the YS Tech is almost half the price...

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    The 53CFM 39db mechatronics fans from www.coolerguys.com has em both beat

    Morse

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    Originally posted by Morse
    The 53CFM 39db mechatronics fans from www.coolerguys.com has em both beat

    Morse
    Yep, just got one with an adapter to try on my SK6 HS. Looks like a very decent CFM and noise combo.
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    Well, might try that for my Alpha. i had to steal one of my YS Tech's to put on the Alpha which meant putting a stock Antec fan in its place...

    I had forgotten about coolerguys. Like that they wire some of their fans with a seperate 3pin for rpm monitoring.


    Just an FYI, according to the mechatronics site the fan has the following specs.

    3200 RPM - 51 cfm - 35 dBA

    http://www.mechatronics.com/specs/DC...20x%2025mm.pdf
    Last edited by JWU42; 11-19-2001 at 07:45 PM.

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    In my Antec SX1040, I have my Asus K7V 600Mhz. board. I'm using the stock Antec Fans from both my SX1240 and SX1040 and getting decent Temps. Thats a total of 4 ea. 80mm Sleeve Bearing 34.0 CFM.
    When I placed those same fans in my SX1240, I got highly elevated system temps. System was about 27C, and 44C Cpu temps.
    I replaced them with 42 CFM Ball Bearing Sunons, as I returned the Antec Fans back into my SX1040. With the higher CFM Sunons, I'm getting a System Temp of 24C, and a CPU Temp of 36C, as I type this post. That equates to only 1C over room temp.
    Seeing those System Temps fall, convinces me that High CFM, High Quality fans are doing a better job at cooling with Positive Case Pressure.
    I would like to upgrade to the Panaflo H1's as my budget permits.
    Also, I have found that most Antec Fans are rebadged Sunons. I found this by removing the Antec Fan stickers.

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    If you scroll down at that mechatronics site youll see the HP series fans, and the high speed one there is 53 CFM 39 dB

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    Sure missed that one...

    I see the HP series down a bit farther, but think that 51 at 35 is a better ratio than 53 at 39.

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