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Seidon 120v with Dual Fans Jetflo

Oh man No noise and Good performance


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Storm Scout 2 + Seidon 120V + G750M + 6 Jetflo 120M

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i have an mistake in here ... forget to take some photo for our reference

 

next time ill take some photo from the begining til the end installation

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I recently replace my original seidon 120v fan with jetflo 120, and i think i made a huge mistake, with silent 1600 rpm adapter idle temperature increased of 10-12°, without adapter it seems i have a private jet on my case...then, i think i will Mount the original fan again if i don't find any solution or any suggestion...can you help me in this hard choice?

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Dude last temp i have is 28-35c idle load 49-60c ( Run Full Speed ) without using adapter as in the picture . < my personal setup

 

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But running at full speed the jetflo is very noisy...like a boing in the case

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Maybe faulty unit . the jetflo should be smooth and no noise even we run like sport car

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ok, then i have to ask a substitution 'cause mine is incredibly noisy, thank you for your help

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with original fan 29-30° in idle and 59-62° after hours of massive gaming , max temp 63, and i've a AMD FX 8320 OC 3800mhz

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Hopefully after change the fans you can get back your last temp ... :)

If you still facing same issue i would like suggest you to contact CM customer services , they will help you to solve this issue .

 

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Maybe before replacement, i will test some different plug as sys fan or case fan plug to see what happen, and then take a decision

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