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Civic_Addict

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I just got done building a dual XEON system for the company I work for. The case came with these nice Delta fans, 4 total. They are pretty quiet but move alot of air.

Is there anyway to reference Delta's part# somewhere so I know I'm getting these?
Delta part# - AFB0812VH
80mm, 3 pin fan
 

NBK19

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38db is still kinda noisey. I would go with a few Panaflo's in place of air and silence :-0
 

NBK19

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NBK19 said:
38db is still kinda noisey. I would go with a few Panaflo's in place of air and silence :-0

Very True, If your gonna use the Delta for a Heatsink Fan. Go for it, I must have read the question wrong. But If you were gonna use it for a Case fan. For sure go with the Panaflo.
 

Namagomi

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I have two of those Delta as case fans. They are on the baybus that came with my PC-61, so I crank them down to medium (7v, i'm assuming) and they are quiet. It also gives me the opportunity to crank them to 12v for games, or when ambient is high.
 
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Civic_Addict

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rustymaitland said:
shouldn't be that bad at all. this equipment enclosed in an air conditioned room or something? just asking, but why the concern with how quiet?
Yes the room has A/C. This one is in my room. I already had a Delta 60mm on another system that would almost deafen you.

But I leave my system up all night. When think about 4 80mm fans purring away.....it can get loud. Though I can sleep through just about anything....