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if you don't care about noise...

 

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de12trblhisp.html (120cfm 52db)

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de12ff.html (150cfm 53db)

 

 

holy moses check this out:

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/tecar.html

click the top one (the delta 80mm) :O

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God, I can't believe you guys didn't recommend this beast;

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/delffb1212eh.html

 

 

Welcome to 190 cubic feet of wholesome goodness. It sure "feels" like it too. The FFB1212EHE has "Server Use Only" written all over it. If you do decide to strap this jet engine in a desktop PC, be sure to apply a second sheet of Dynomat to save your ears.

 

Specifications: 120x120x38mm, -->190.00<-- CFM @ 4000 RPM, 59.0 dBA, 24.00 watts, 2.00 amps, 12v DC, 3+4 pin Molex connectors.

 

Advice;

1. Don't connect it to your motherboard, or you will be sad.

2. Make sure you have enough power.

3. Look at the freakin' stats! 59.0 dBA??? 2 amps? Hot dang!

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Well got the Xp120 installed on my max3 { No otes} Sunon 120x38mm fan at 108 cfm Load temp at 50c 1.625v case temp is higher(33c) at my folks house. Case temp at my house is usually 24c. Load temps on the sp-94 with the same case temp was 54-55c so a 5c improvement isnt to bad not to mention being quieter than a tornado.

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God, I can't believe you guys didn't recommend this beast;

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/delffb1212eh.html

 

 

 

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Welcome to 190 cubic feet of wholesome goodness. It sure "feels" like it too. The FFB1212EHE has "Server Use Only" written all over it. If you do decide to strap this jet engine in a desktop PC, be sure to apply a second sheet of Dynomat to save your ears.

 

Specifications: 120x120x38mm, -->190.00<-- CFM @ 4000 RPM, 59.0 dBA, 24.00 watts, 2.00 amps, 12v DC, 3+4 pin Molex connectors.

 

 

 

 

Advice;

1. Don't connect it to your motherboard, or you will be sad.

2. Make sure you have enough power.

3. Look at the freakin' stats! 59.0 dBA??? 2 amps? Hot dang!

 

LOL safety is also an issue at home so better make sure you get a grille or something..dont want anything especially body parts from going into that baby!

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