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 Post subject: This fan looks like a NEXUS 120mm (FOR $8 + shipping)
PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 9:57 am 
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Anyone know if this fan are nexus fan?

http://www.compgeeks.com/details.asp?in ... 12&cat=FAN

The specification dont say much:

4.75 x 4.75-Inch System Fan
General Features:
Orange plastic construction
4.75 x 4.75-inch (120 x 120 x 5mm)
3-pin power connector
4-pin Molex pass-through power connector


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 Post subject: What a find!
PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 10:11 am 
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Great find! It looks very much like it is a *low* speed Yate Loon! As you may know, Yate Loon makes the Nexus...awesome! :twisted:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 10:44 am 
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and better now... use a secret code "fatwallet" for a instant 10% discount.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 11:02 am 
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Hello:

phuzer wrote:
and better now... use a secret code "fatwallet" for a instant 10% discount.


D'oh! I was too quick -- I just ordered 2 and paid ~$23 including shipping -- so I would have saved $1.60 or so...oh well, it would have been nice... :roll:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 11:16 am 
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From www.yateloon.com:

D12SL-12
Size: 120x120x25
rpm: 1350
cfm: 47.0
dB: 28


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 11:25 am 
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I order 2 orange ($7.19) and one blue led. 120mm ($8.09)

Also i include 2 Hercules 3D Prophet III (geforce3 card) for $30 each.

Remember the SECRET CODE: FATWALLET for a instant 10% discount. (only in products without geekspecial)


Description Qty Price Ext Price
----------- --- ----- ---------
AGP-3DPIIITI-64MB -- Hercules 3D Prophet III 64MB AGP V 2 $30.59 $61.18
D12SL-12 -- 4.75x4.75-Inch Case Fan (Orange) 2 $7.19 $14.38
D12SM-12 -- 4.75x4.75-Inch Case Fan (Clear w/Blue LEDs) 1 $8.09 $8.09
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Subtotal: $83.65
Sales Tax: $0.00
Shipping: $8.00
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Grand Total: $91.65

I think they have version of 80mm. But i dont sure.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 11:29 am 
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daba wrote:
From www.yateloon.com:

D12SL-12
Size: 120x120x25
rpm: 1350
cfm: 47.0
dB: 28



:shock:

D12SM-12 120x120x25 12 1650RPM 70.5CFM 33DB

Now i have my XP-120 with a thermaltake fan 120mm 2000RPM because my ambient temp are terrible in the summer. (30° aprox)

But with my fan controller i can drop the RPM in the night at 1500rpm.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 1:13 pm 
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I already had a few fans from these guys on order since the other day; coming in by Fedex Ground I have two orange 120s, four blue LED 120s, two aluminum 80s and four plastic 80s, all Yate Loon sleeve bearing medium or low speed models.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2005 1:27 pm 
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I just ordered two. :D
I hope they live up to all of the hype!

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whish I had a use for more fans...


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Yate loon fans, a bunch of us were wondering where to get those!

This is probably even better than finding the 1000 rpm ones at that price, these should be much more useable for power supplies.

And that place has other yate loon fans too, too bad the medium speed 12cm one is transparent, and the black 8cm one uses ball bearings.

Edit: The black finned 8cm aluminum fan appears to be a low speed sleeve bearing yate loon.


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I just picked up a couple of these. Thanks for the link OP!! Here is hoping that they are quiet. It will be like a week before i see/hear them though cause I went with Ground Shipping.


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Wow...great find. A large number of these fans are Yate Loon. You can tell by the black/gold label visable on the hub. They all seem to have rpm monitoring also. :D


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Bluefront wrote:
Wow...great find. A large number of these fans are Yate Loon. You can tell by the black/gold label visable on the hub.


You refering to just the ones with the circle with the rectangles around it, right? Or do you have suspicions that some of the others might be rebranded yate loons?


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Mr_Smartepants wrote:
I just ordered two. :D
I hope they live up to all of the hype!


how much was shipping to the UK?

Showed up as $20 via USPS to me.


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p5 wrote:
Mr_Smartepants wrote:
I just ordered two. :D
I hope they live up to all of the hype!


how much was shipping to the UK?

Showed up as $20 via USPS to me.


Sorry, I should change my profile. I'm in the UK but I'm in the US Military stationed here. I have an overseas US mailing address so shipping from the US is normally not a problem. s/h only cost me $4

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p5 wrote:
Mr_Smartepants wrote:
I just ordered two. :D
I hope they live up to all of the hype!


how much was shipping to the UK?

Showed up as $20 via USPS to me.


How many did you order? $19 USPS to Turkey for 4 pieces ???

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2005 3:34 am 
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A Yate Loon fan sold under that name usually has a label that looks like this. Sold under a different brand it can have a different looking label.


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Bluefront wrote:
A Yate Loon fan sold under that name usually has a label that looks like this. Sold under a different brand it can have a different looking label.


Yeah I know, but some of the other fans there look strangely alike, with just the rectangles around the circle replaced with triangles.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2005 5:15 am 
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burcakb wrote:
p5 wrote:
Mr_Smartepants wrote:
I just ordered two. :D
I hope they live up to all of the hype!


how much was shipping to the UK?

Showed up as $20 via USPS to me.


How many did you order? $19 USPS to Turkey for 4 pieces ???


If you're referrring to me, then none, as it's more expensive (not by much) including shipping than the nexus 120mm which we can get here for £14 delivered.

I guess it would be cheaper if I wanted 2.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2005 6:42 am 
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Looks like we bought off their entire stock of these fans! :lol:

Last I checked, they only had 3 remaining!


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2005 7:34 am 
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Great find!

It seems that we can get theese fans from different stores.

check out thees links:

http://www.isellsurplus.com/product.asp?id=8656&c=6

http://www.saveateagle.com/d12sl-12.html

And dealers can buy them here for as low as $4.88

http://evertek.com/viewpart.asp?auto=13713

We should see them at more dealers soon - hopefully!


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Tiamat wrote:
Looks like we bought off their entire stock of these fans! :lol:

Last I checked, they only had 3 remaining!


:lol: The retail equivalent of a slashdoting, I wonder how often this happens.


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I'm not a fan (haha, I made a pun!) of the orange color, but they do boast some great specs. How's motor noise on these? This is one of my biggest concerns with 120mm fans. I've been looking for something comparable to the Antec 120mm that came with my SLK3700-BQE. If they receive more stock, I'll definitely be ordering two.


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 Post subject: Welcome to SPCR!
PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2005 6:24 pm 
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Hello & Welcome to SPCR!

How's the noise -- I'll tell you a little after I get mine! :-) If they are anything like the medium speed 120mm Yate Loons in the Fortron Source PS's in my experience -- they are very quiet indeed! The medium speed models have to be undervolted quite a ways, but they just "whoosh".

The Nexus 120mm which is made by Yate Loon, runs a little slower (~1,000RPM) at 12v, whereas these are a little over 1200RPM at 12v, and I'd guess the medium speed models do about 2,000RPM. Now if we could only find some of the Glacial Tech 9-blade fans...

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Thanks for the welcome. I have been lurking around in the shadows for the last couple days, and just decided to register. Figured I could ask some questions, and hopefully offer some helpful advice to others. :)

About the noise, that sounds great. Airflow noise doesn't bother me a bit, I can always lower the voltage. As long as there isn't much motor whine or bearing grind I'll be a happy camper.

I just sent compgeeks an email inquiring as to when these fans would be back in stock. I'll let you guys know what I hear from them.


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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to SPCR!
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NeilBlanchard wrote:
The Nexus 120mm which is made by Yate Loon, runs a little slower (~1,000RPM) at 12v, whereas these are a little over 1200RPM at 12v, and I'd guess the medium speed models do about 2,000RPM. Now if we could only find some of the Glacial Tech 9-blade fans...


No need to guess, the medium speed fans are 1650rpm http://www.yateloon.com/dcfan-2.htm#120x120x25

The low speed ones are supposed to go 1350, if it goes 1200 it might be the ball bearing version.


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Hello Mathias:

I stand corrected -- I was going from (faulty) memory, I guess... :roll:

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gah you guys sold them out already :(

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Edward Ng wrote:
I already had a few fans from these guys on order since the other day; coming in by Fedex Ground I have two orange 120s, four blue LED 120s, two aluminum 80s and four plastic 80s, all Yate Loon sleeve bearing medium or low speed models.

-Ed


btw ed, lmk through a pm or something how those LED models sound. they look like they might be a decent swap fan for the Neopower :)

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