High CFM CPU fan..

Anyone know of a nice 120x120x25mm that can push over 100CFM? The only ones I could find are 120x120x38 which are too thick for what I need.
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  1. pwnt

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Description=fm121&x=0&y=0

    Technically Case fans (w/e) but yeah, 120x120x25.

    The white would get kind of gross around my wife's and my smoking. Thus why I didn't bother upgrading from my 90cfm coolermasters.
  2. yea, im looking for an all black fan just like the "ultra kaze" but the only one I could find is a delta @ 2000RPM 113CFM for 30.00$ shipped.. The ultra kaze is only 9.99$ and it pushes about 133CFM but its too thick..

    I guess I will try some lapping to see how much I can shave off of my load temps.
  3. I would get deltas, but the wife complains enough about fan noise from my CPU at max speed and the 4870s spinning at 60%. Plus the price. I picked up my current fans in a 3-pack locally for $30 or so. My 212+ clears the memory by up to a 1/4" depending on how high i can clip the fans on and still have the entire fan surface blowing into the fins, so I can put the bigger fans on. I want to, but not sure they would last long, hah.
  4. yea well 30.00$ is hard to swallow when Scythe makes an even more powerfull fan @ 9.99$ + 2.99$ shipping =(

    I guess its time for some nice lapping, I just wanted to find an easier way of lowering my CPU temps in these scorching summer times.
  5. Sorry, I meant to include Ultra Kaze in that statement, just that only deltas came out of the fingertips. :D
  6. going to start the lapping project on both the cooler and CPU this weekend, will post the outcome once im finished =)
  7. Good luck to you OvrClkr! :)
  8. kokin said:
    Good luck to you OvrClkr! :)


    Hey buddy, it's been a while since I have seen you online :)
  9. Yeah, it's been a while since I visited the forums, but I'm always looking at the articles every few days. Congrats on finally making Mod status! :D
  10. kokin said:
    Yeah, it's been a while since I visited the forums, but I'm always looking at the articles every few days. Congrats on finally making Mod status! :D


    Thanks ;)

    Hows your PC doing?
  11. It's been doing great. I can't overclock as much anymore, because it's summertime and overclocking generates too much heat. I'm still looking for ways to fine-tune overclocking though!
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