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    Who knows the starting voltage of the ADDA ADN512UB-A90 fan used onto the XFX Pro Series Core Edition PSUs?

    Tator, ehume, may you give any hint about that fan?
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    Shouldn't a 12V fan start somewhere below 12V?

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    I'd say no lower than 5.5V, maybe even 6, given the torque needed to get those big blades spinning...
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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    Who knows the starting voltage of the ADDA ADN512UB-A90 fan used onto the XFX Pro Series Core Edition PSUs?

    Tator, ehume, may you give any hint about that fan?
    As McSteel said, 6v is what you should expect.
    5v is doable in some cases, but it's highly dependent fan to fan.

    ADDA doesn't generally optimize their fans for low speed or quiet operations.

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