Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15 / 1850's

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    Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15 / 1850's

    Scythe Gentle Typhoon
    High Performance:

    • The GentleTyphoon achieves high airflow volume and low noise with the newly designed impeller, enabling silent cooling of the latest devices which run very hot.

    Silent Operation:

    • The GentleTyphoon has a different type of tone. The fan propeller is designed to reduce the disturbing frequency fan noise to human ears.

    Innovative Technology:

    • The newly designed motor and motor support mechanism of the GentleTyphoon uses a double vibration reduction structure. The new support mechanism uses coil dampers to greatly reduce vibration.

    4-Pin Peripheral Adopter Provided

    • To be versatile, this case fan comes with the 4-pin peripheral adapter.





    Model Number: 1225C12B5AP-15
    Fan Speed: 1850 RPM
    Noise: 28dBA
    Airflow: 1.65 m/h
    58.3CFM

    Rated Voltage: DC12V
    Rated Current: 0.083A
    Dimensions: 120x120x25mm
    Connectors: 3-Pin
    3-Pin to 4-Pin Adapter Provided

    Bearing Type: Double Ball Bearings
    MTBF: 100,000 h / 35C or 60,000 h / 60C
    *1,850 rpm Model 55,000 h / 60C
    This is one of the most In-Demand PC Fans on the Market! It is exceptionally quiet, more so then its specs portray it to be, due to its unique servo motor design...

    The Fan has been so much In Demand that Scythe constantly sells out, and can not keep up with the Demand for them. In fact, they have been listed Out of Stock from all U.S. Vendors for at least two months now...

    However!

    FrozenCPU is reporting that they now have this incredible and very much "in-demand" Fan back in stock!

    FrozenCPU Product Page

    If you run a Water Cooling set up and you're looking for a really good, powerful yet quiet fan to use, then this would be the Fan you want!

    If you're just looking for a really good fan for your high end Heat Sink on your CPU, then again this would be the Fan you want!



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    Great fans indeed, got nine of them for my rads a while back and dont regret it for a second
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    Super expensive. I prefer saving like $80 and just grabbing some med speed Yate Loon's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnJoY View Post
    Super expensive. I prefer saving like $80 and just grabbing some med speed Yate Loon's.
    yep toss those ****ers on aluminum rads and you got yourself a party haha


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    Now JAB-Tech is reporting them In-Stock!

    http://www.jab-tech.com/Scythe-Gentl...m-pr-4501.html



    JAB-Tech is known to be a very friendly and fast vendor with competitive prices, and low shipping!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep_75 View Post
    Now JAB-Tech is reporting them In-Stock!

    http://www.jab-tech.com/Scythe-Gentl...m-pr-4501.html



    JAB-Tech is known to be a very friendly and fast vendor with competitive prices, and low shipping!
    Indeed, Jab-Tech has always done right by me. Of course, my favorite vendor is Hank at Performance-PCs.
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    the GT indeed are awesome fans. a bit overpriced but at least worth some of the money.
    i was skeptical at first and bought 3 GT 14's and they worked out great. i then bought 3 GT 15's and now am wondering why i didn't do that in the first place.
    a bit i wish thou they had open corners. makes it difficult to mount them with anything but screws and even then they should long enough to go all the way through
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    I love my GT-15's, I just hope someday they come out with a PWM version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnJoY View Post
    Indeed, Jab-Tech has always done right by me. Of course, my favorite vendor is Hank at Performance-PCs.
    wooo +1 for Hank
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    My first two AP-15's just arrived a few days ago. Last couple pieces I have been waiting for on a little water cooling project I have planned out. Still a few more pieces left to get before I start putting it together though!

    But just for the hell of it, I went into my case and unplugged the rear Case Fan.

    I took out an AP-15 and plugged it into the spot, and powered up...

    I was absolutely shocked at how quiet the fan was; compared to the CM R4 that I unplugged that was running at the same RPM!

    So, yea, I can't wait to get these installed!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep_75 View Post
    My first two AP-15's just arrived a few days ago. Last couple pieces I have been waiting for on a little water cooling project I have planned out. Still a few more pieces left to get before I start putting it together though!

    But just for the hell of it, I went into my case and unplugged the rear Case Fan.

    I took out an AP-15 and plugged it into the spot, and powered up...

    I was absolutely shocked at how quiet the fan was; compared to the CM R4 that I unplugged that was running at the same RPM!

    So, yea, I can't wait to get these installed!
    Ap-15's would be THE fan to have on most low FPI radiators.
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    After reading your review I've been trying to find these fans anywhere but no one seems to have them for under $30 (assuming they even have it in stock!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyrate View Post
    After reading your review I've been trying to find these fans anywhere but no one seems to have them for under $30 (assuming they even have it in stock!)
    They were replaced about 6 months ago with a new model. The price is about the same on the new model, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnJoY View Post
    Ap-15's would be THE fan to have on most low FPI radiators.
    They work pretty well on high FPI rads as well as thy have very good pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnJoY View Post
    They were replaced about 6 months ago with a new model. The price is about the same on the new model, however.
    So what is the new model called? I'm just confused as to how every place can possibly be sold out on this fan. I really did want it for my H60 but $30 a piece just seems ridiculously overpriced.

 

 
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