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Trying to find a san ace fan 9WB1412M501

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Brando

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but google keeps giving me links with lots of elven runes. specs are great and it should make a perfect cpu fan unless there's something I don't get. it's the third one down but the one above it is pretty sweet too. if it goes down to 20% minimum speed it should be able to run between 600 and 3000rpm. (OOPS JUST REALIZED IT'S 3 WIRE. STILL NICE THOUGH 2000 RPM SHOULD STILL BE ABLE TO SPIN LOW ENOUGH FOR SILENCE.)

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ehume

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The only 140mm San Ace for sale to enthusiasts is the 109P1412M101. It too is three-wire only. But at $50, it's a little steep. A WB would be even more expensive.
 
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Brando

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bummer. you'd think somebody at their company would see an opening for an enthusiast cpu fan and make an affordable pwm model that runs from 500-2500rpm at 140mmx51mm thick for maximum pressure for $30 or less. we don't really need an aluminum frame. maybe i'll send them an email.
 

ehume

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Sanyo Denki doesn't care a whit about enthusiasts. All of us together make about one of their customers. . . . or less.
 
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Brando

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that's it. i'm making a small startup internet direct company. gonna license a san ace design and modify it. will sell through an ebay/amazon store.
 

ehume

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that's it. i'm making a small startup internet direct company. gonna license a san ace design and modify it. will sell through an ebay/amazon store.
They make their stuff in the Philippines, now. They sell their stuff to industrial customers. The enthusiast market is small beans by comparison. I doubt you could match their price/quality with your reduced quantity.