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    92mm Fan

    Looking to put a 92mm fan onto the GPU side vent of my case. Currently the Enermax T.B. silence is the one im looking at getting.
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/90mm-...Batwing-Baldes

    Or do I go for a 80mm enermax magma at the same price?
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/80mm-...bber-A-V-Plugs

    or for a bit extra pick the cluster which seems to have the same CFM as the magma but is a bit quieter?
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/80mm-...bber-A-V-Plugs

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    Re: 92mm Fan

    I have some of the 80mm Magmas and while great fans i would go for the better performing 92mm one.
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    Re: 92mm Fan

    This is the one you want: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138589

    Brilliant fans, and cheap, look for a review of them. Comes with 2 pin standard fan and modified 2 pin molex connections.

    Very quiet, and excellent build quality.

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    Re: 92mm Fan

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    This is the one you want: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138589

    Brilliant fans, and cheap, look for a review of them. Comes with 2 pin standard fan and modified 2 pin molex connections.

    Very quiet, and excellent build quality.
    +1 good fans and cheap too.

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    Re: 92mm Fan

    Thanks for the input guys. I did look at the Xilence but due to me leaving it too late iv now got 2 days to sort this out so unfortunatly im stuck with Scans selectionwhich is one of the few places that dont stock them.

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    Re: 92mm Fan

    If you want near silent then the fractal fans are great.
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/92mm-...ber-Fan-Mounts
    Also nicely sleeved and comes with rubber plugs to reduce vibration.

    I'd not go for the magma they are the highest noise of the twister fans.

    the white ones are decent PWM fans but if you're not running it off PWM I'd get the basic one you first linked

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    Re: 92mm Fan

    I didn't think much of the RedWings when I used them.

    Nexus Basic though, very good for the money.

    http://www.quietpc.com/gb-en-gbp/pro...ns/nx-92-basic

    Using them in all my machines, along with some Scythe fans, but I prefer the Nexus. Admittedly hardly any of them run at 12V, between various fan controllers they are all between 5V-10V normally.

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    Re: 92mm Fan

    Well in the end I went for the Enermax TB silence I first linked to as the PWM slot on my board isnt in the best place for a side fan. All up and running now with no extra noise and a good drop in temptures thanks to the fan and a bit of of a cable tidy.

    Thanks for the input.

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