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    Does anyone have any detailed pictures on the Noctua SSO2. I can see information on the SSO, SSP and the bearing shell of the SSO2 but no detailed pictures of the bearing itself. I have read up on them but would also like to see some pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheStoka View Post
    Does anyone have any detailed pictures on the Noctua SSO2. I can see information on the SSO, SSP and the bearing shell of the SSO2 but no detailed pictures of the bearing itself. I have read up on them but would also like to see some pics.
    @Tator Tot @etc
    Now that I read this, I'm very interested in knowing more about the quality of Noctua SSO2 bearings. Do you have any info about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    @Tator Tot @etc
    Now that I read this, I'm very interested in knowing more about the quality of Noctua SSO2 bearings. Do you have any info about it?
    It's similar in design, and equal in regards to quality, of an FDB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    It's similar in design, and equal in regards to quality, of an FDB.
    Very interesting to know it. Danke schön

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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    Very interesting to know it. Danke schön
    There are some okay pictures available here, nothing high-quality that I know of.

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    Tomshardware will soon release an extremely extensive article with in-depth reviews of a ton of fans. Though they are case fans I still anticipate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turkey3_scratch View Post
    Tomshardware will soon release an extremely extensive article with in-depth reviews of a ton of fans. Though they are case fans I still anticipate it.
    Should help showcase some of the extensive amount of fans that either lie or mislead customers about their bearings.

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    Oh nice!! I can't wait to see it!

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