CPU Fan / Case Fan HELP.

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  1. The last one , the Scythe fan has a high cfm and I have used thier fans before and found them to be a good fan. I would also get a fan controller so you can adjust the speed of the fans as you need them.
  2. What case do you have, and what do you hope to accomplish by changing out the stock fans?

    In general, Noctua makes some of the best fans, they are strong and quiet.
    They come with several low noise adapters.
    Here is one example: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608026
  3. My current case is the Zalman Z9+

    Noctua fans are expensive so i'll pass on that.

    I want to lower my overall CPU/GPU/Mobo temps.

    Don't worry about my cable management its all good all i need right now if the fans.
  4. inzone said:
    The last one , the Scythe fan has a high cfm and I have used thier fans before and found them to be a good fan. I would also get a fan controller so you can adjust the speed of the fans as you need them.


    I've been thinking of getting those Scythe fans but does it have a long life span and have a good quality overall?
  5. I can't speak to longjevity but they are good fans and I currently have two of these fans on one of my radiators going through a fan controller and am very happy with the performance.

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_1130_403&products_id=22540
  6. inzone said:
    I can't speak to longjevity but they are good fans and I currently have two of these fans on one of my radiators going through a fan controller and am very happy with the performance.

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_1130_403&products_id=22540


    Yes I'm aware of the Scythe Fan's performance but i need quality as well... since I'll be using its max RPM often.
  7. If budget is an issue, I think you are wasting your money on changing out the case fans.
    As I understand it, the case comes with 4 120mm fans. That should be plenty.

    For good cpu cooling, you need a decent air cooler. If you use the stock cpu cooler, you would do well by buying s $30 cm hyper212.

    For graphics, you are stuck with the cooler it came with. Some are better than others.
  8. I wanted to buy the Cooljag Everflow 120mm R121225BU but i dunno if its available in the U.S.
  9. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/5879/fan-294/Cooljag_Everflow_120mm_x_25mm_9-Blade_PWM_Fan_R121225BU.html

    It's available at this site. They are located in upsate N.Y. and I buy a lot of parts from them.
  10. How much is the shipping fee?

    from N.Y to Seattle? o;

    Cooljag Everflow benchmarks are awesome.
  11. You would have to put the items that you would be purchasing in your cart and then select the continue checkout option to bring up the shipping options and charges , nothing happens untill final checkout so you can go part of the way to see shipping charges.
  12. How long does the normal shipping take? 2-3 days? or something?
  13. They tend to use FedX ground for a lot of thier shipping and depending on where you live it can take up to 5 days.
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