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    Default Sanyo Denki Fan

    What makes these fan so great? I notice several places highly recommend them for PSU.

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    Basically, it's because they almost never fail.
    No wonder it doesn't work! You installed the coils backwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_hegge View Post
    Basically, it's because they almost never fail.
    So i can run the fan 24/7 and expect it to last at least seven years?


    What about the FDB fan made by Protechnic?
    Last edited by psulover; 10-11-2013 at 10:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psulover View Post
    So i can run the fan 24/7 and expect it to last at least seven years?
    Easily.


    Quote Originally Posted by psulover View Post
    What about the FDB fan made by Protechnic?
    They're pretty good too.
    No wonder it doesn't work! You installed the coils backwards

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    365X24X7=61,320 HOURS, any of the better fans should easily do that.
    Server fans do.
    Generally the balance of noise, volume and pressure of air movement, bearing and motor longevity are considerations.

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    In support of what walterm said, if you go on the SD website, you will see that their specs are temperature dependent. They have this stuff down to a science.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    In support of what walterm said, if you go on the SD website, you will see that their specs are temperature dependent. They have this stuff down to a science.
    Sd website?

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    Sanyo Denki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psulover View Post
    Sd website?
    The Sanyo Denki Website.

    More specifically, this page, which relates to the fan that is used in Seasonic made units.
    They're a good company with good products and part of that is just the breakdown in information that you get which lets you know what you're able to do with the product itself.

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    Mostly reliability.

    As for quietness, FDB and magnetic bearing fans tend to be better, according to people who heard all of those.

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