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    Thermalright XP120.

    Good 120mm fan to use with this beast? What do people recommend.

    Doesn't have to be quiet, looking for good performance.

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    http://store.over-clock.com/Case_Fans.html - XinRuilian 120mm Fan 0.18A



    Adapter - Molex 4 pin
    Voltage - 12V
    Current - 0.18
    Speed - 1700RPM
    Airflow CFM - 65.12
    Noise dBA - 30
    Depth - 1"

    £5.08 inc VAT

    XinRuilian 120mm Fan 0.4A

    Adapter - Molex 4 pin
    Voltage - 12V
    Current - 0.4
    Speed - 2400RPM
    Airflow CFM - 91.63
    Noise dBA - 40
    Depth -1"

    £5.08 inc as well
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    Whats the highest RPM fan you can get at 120mm?

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    Delta 190CFM iirc or Vantec Tornado!

    TBH the XP120 works just as well with a med CFM fan like the 0.18a fan as with the beasty ones!
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    http://www.dorothybradbury.co.uk/

    Try the 120mm panaflows on this page, not too noisy but do a real good job. Well thats whats on my XP120

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alistair
    http://www.dorothybradbury.co.uk/

    Try the 120mm panaflows on this page, not too noisy but do a real good job. Well thats whats on my XP120
    Thats what I've got on mine as well - great person to deal with.

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