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Taipan

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Anyone know of the best site for Delta 68cfm 80mm, for the cheapest price? With 4pin adapters on it , no bare wire stuff.

I'm lookin to get 5 , one for MC462a, it has the Sanyo Denki fan, and 4 for case fans.

I currently have 4 Sunon's that kinda suck and 2 120mm that r good.

I don't care bout noise :)

Also where do i see how much power is being used, i currently have a 300w PS , but where does it say how much of the 300 is bein used?
 

[Oc]acaridans

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inflowdirect.com has them and there only $15.

EDIT: they are 3 pin, inflow sells the adapers for $2 each
i have 2 of these fans on my P3125 if your going to run alot id look into a bigger power supply
 

KaHNZa

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I know of a site that has quite a few fans but not the exact ones you are looking for. If you want the links you have to email me as posting links is forbbiden on the forums. And about the power supply thing, the only way to know that I am aware of is to wait until you over-load it and it quits. :)
 

Tacoman667

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Taipan (May 25, 2001 08:44 p.m.):
Anyone know of the best site for Delta 68cfm 80mm, for the cheapest price? With 4pin adapters on it , no bare wire stuff.

I'm lookin to get 5 , one for MC462a, it has the Sanyo Denki fan, and 4 for case fans.

I currently have 4 Sunon's that kinda suck and 2 120mm that r good.

I don't care bout noise :)

Also where do i see how much power is being used, i currently have a 300w PS , but where does it say how much of the 300 is bein used?

Try www.plycon.com. I use them alot for stuff and they are quite reliable and very nice people. I have never had a problem with them and they are very reasonable on most items.
 
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Taipan

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acaridans (May 25, 2001 08:56 p.m.):
inflowdirect.com has them and there only $15.

EDIT: they are 3 pin, inflow sells the adapers for $2 each
i have 2 of these fans on my P3125 if your going to run alot id look into a bigger power supply

Tks, but those r the 60mm fans. The cheapest i've found r $19 each. Anyone else know of cheaper?
 

[Oc]acaridans

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Taipan (May 25, 2001 10:56 p.m.):
[Tks, but those r the 60mm fans. The cheapest i've found r $19 each. Anyone else know of cheaper?

sorry man read it wrong i was at work and being rushed, i havent found anything cheaper that your $19, where did you get that price?
 

YahooDave

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I spent two full days about 6 months ago looking for any site that sold any Delta fan larger than the 60mm but, alas, I could find none. It looks like no one else has had any luck either.

And what is this from KaHNZa about posting liks being forbidden? Since when?
 

batboy

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Yes, the Forum has some rules about posting links. However, if you're just posting a link to help someone and if it's not your own personal webpage, you have no conflict of interest to that posted site (you're not making money from it), and if the site is not illegal, immoral, or questionable, then usually there isn't a big problem. Daniel, correct me if I'm wrong here. I've had people ask me where I got my video card RAM sinks, so I've posted that link. If a hardware site just reviewed the lastest component that is currently being discussed, then I don't see a problem posting that link. I've posted a link to the article that I used when I did my CPU voltage "wire trick" because I knew it contained accurate and useful information. A little common sense goes a long way here. If in doubt about whether you can post a particular link or not, why not send Daniel an email asking his opinion of the situation.
 

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Taipan (May 26, 2001 03:06 p.m.):
heh, ear defenders, lol thats funny. Like i said noise is not a problem , my 2 120mm's will drown em out

Wanna Bet?

I have one and the 580 Hz whine will drive you batty. Get five of them going and the heterodyning will be insane. Ooh Wah Ooh Wah Ooh Wah...

Hoot
 
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Taipan

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heh, well i ordered them already, so i'll let u know next week when i receive them :)
 

YahooDave

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batboy (May 26, 2001 12:36 p.m.):
Yes, the Forum has some rules about posting links. However, if you're just posting a link to help someone and if it's not your own personal webpage, you have no conflict of interest to that posted site (you're not making money from it), and if the site is not illegal, immoral, or questionable, then usually there isn't a big problem. Daniel, correct me if I'm wrong here. I've had people ask me where I got my video card RAM sinks, so I've posted that link. If a hardware site just reviewed the lastest component that is currently being discussed, then I don't see a problem posting that link. I've posted a link to the article that I used when I did my CPU voltage "wire trick" because I knew it contained accurate and useful information. A little common sense goes a long way here. If in doubt about whether you can post a particular link or not, why not send Daniel an email asking his opinion of the situation.


Rules about posting links and not being able to post any links are two different things. What you have said makes perfect sense to me. From what KaHNZa wrote I was thinking that there was a new rule or a rule that I was not aware of. Common sense should be a basis for all forum post and seems to be very prevalent on this site. That's why I spend 95% of my time here and believe that this is the best site around for all your computer needs. (Boy, that sounds like a pitch, doesn't it!). Thanks for helping to clear that up for me.