where to get Yate Loon 80mm (north america)?

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where to get Yate Loon 80mm (north america)?

Post by fanerman91 » Fri Mar 24, 2006 12:26 am

I'd do more reading but I'm in a bit of a rush to get them (a tad urgent), so please forgive me.

1) Is http://store.yahoo.com/pctekonline/8cmcasefan.html still a reliable source for the 80mm? What appears to be the main Yate Loon thread had issues with the 120mm, but didn't mention much about the 80mm version.

2) Is this the "medium" 80mm Yate Loon?

3)If the medium is slightly louder but pushes more air than the panaflo L1A, how quiet/powerful is the low model?

4) Unrelated to the Yate Loons, where can I get fan plugs that can "piggy back" off of molex connectors (ie, so the molex connector can still be used for something else besides just the fan, like a hard drive)? Would B&M places like Fry's have them?

Something like http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6835999104, but I'd rather not pay $5 shipping for something that's $2.

Thanks for the help.

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Post by ak-47 » Fri Mar 24, 2006 12:49 am

hey

canadacomputers sell it 80mm yates with LED for 9.99

http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.ph ... cid=FN.505

i bought one, at 12v its like a hair dryer, kinda disapointed

running it at 7v is fine, but pushes so little air.....blah wat a waste of 10$

kinda disapointed from what i hear that everyones saying yates are top quality stuff

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Post by jaganath » Fri Mar 24, 2006 2:10 am

canadacomputers sell it 80mm yates with LED for 9.99
Those are D80SM-12's. I have D80SL-12's, and find them very quiet.
bought one, at 12v its like a hair dryer
I'm not surprised, at 12V it's going at 2200rpms!
running it at 7v is fine, but pushes so little air
Less noise = slower fan = pushes less air. There's no way to defy the laws of physics.

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Post by Chris Chan » Fri Mar 24, 2006 5:08 am

I had a few Yate Loon 80mm come my way in 2000-2001 vintage power supplies, one (D80SM-12) was sounding worse than a vacuum when I got it, and I wasn't even a silent PC enthusiast then. The D80BM-12 in another PSU is still good, but I'll swap it for a NMB-MAT thermal control, since there's no TC in the PSU.
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Post by mkygod » Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:12 am

Get it from Silencio on ebay (i forgot his exact ebay username). And he is also a regular on the board.

Yes he is from Germany, but his shipping prices are surprisingly cheap to US and I received my items from him within a weeks time. I ordered the 80mm Yateloon from him (as well as some verax sticks) and was very happy with it. They were the "L" low model 80mm.
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Post by Maderlock » Tue Apr 11, 2006 2:57 am

His US store is:

http://stores.ebay.com/silencio-777

I've just ordered an 80mm (the L version) from him for a PSU replacement. Certainly cheap within Europe, that's for sure.
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