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    I need some heat paste for my agp. but cant find any. if anybody knows where i can find some plz help! thanks.
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    well, heat paste or thermal paste or TIM [different term for the same thing] can be found in UCC and Binary Logic for 500-800 tk. Binary Logic has a better choice than UCC at the moment. so check there first. Binary Logic is located at level 6 of ECS Computer City a.k.a multiplan center in elephant road.

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    hey thanks man. i really appreciate the help
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    you are welcome...

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    binary logic has thermaltake thermal paste? are those good? what are the other good thermal pastes available here based on price performance ratio? also, i have an off topic question. can i find 120mm thunderblades in shops other than UCC? also where can i find coolermaster casing fans and how much they cost? i need some dust filter for those fans as well.

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    Coolermaster Sickleflow/R4 costs 650tk each and Xtraflow is 850tk each.
    Binary has coolermaster T.I.M.s in stock and UCC has Thermaltake ones.
    Thunderblades can be found at any shop, just ask them to bring it from UCC if they don't have them in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXcavator View Post
    Coolermaster Sickleflow/R4 costs 650tk each and Xtraflow is 850tk each.
    Binary has coolermaster T.I.M.s in stock and UCC has Thermaltake ones.
    Thunderblades can be found at any shop, just ask them to bring it from UCC if they don't have them in stock.
    Sickleflows are better than tblades right? and bro with the fans I dint get any vibration absorbing soft mounts :/ how imptant are they?
    Last edited by Loners Persona -.-; September 13th, 2012 at 00:09.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loners Persona -.- View Post
    Sickleflows are better than tblades right? and bro with the fans I dint get any vibration absorbing soft mounts :/ how imptant are they?
    Yeah, I broke most of them while trying to open them. And yes, the R4/Sickleflow is better than Thunderblades, thats the reason I sold all my thunderblades off and bought R4s. Those anti-vibration mounts shouldn't matter much in terms of performance, they are for absorbing the vibration from the fan to the case.

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    Sickleflow and R4 are the same product? how much noise they create? In terms of thermal conductivity, coolermaster thermal pastes are better than thermaltake ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    Sickleflow and R4 are the same product? how much noise they create? In terms of thermal conductivity, coolermaster thermal pastes are better than thermaltake ones?
    Yes they are. But the 90 CFM rated ones are called R4 and the 69CFM ones are called Sickleflows. Binary brought the 90CFM ones but you have to ask for "Sickleflow". They won't understand if you ask for an R4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXcavator View Post
    Yeah, I broke most of them while trying to open them. And yes, the R4/Sickleflow is better than Thunderblades, thats the reason I sold all my thunderblades off and bought R4s. Those anti-vibration mounts shouldn't matter much in terms of performance, they are for absorbing the vibration from the fan to the case.
    I see...so u know any place where I can get those vibration absorbing mounts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loners Persona -.- View Post
    I see...so u know any place where I can get those vibration absorbing mounts?
    None, that I know of. Never looked for them TBH.

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    @eXcavator i bought a xtra flow instead of the r4 or sickleflow... was that a mistake... i mean do they perform similarly...i bought it for a 212 evo 'pull' fan....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zunaid View Post
    @eXcavator i bought a xtra flow instead of the r4 or sickleflow... was that a mistake... i mean do they perform similarly...i bought it for a 212 evo 'pull' fan....
    They should be better, and besides you are getting PWM features.

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    hahah... thats the thing, sry i forgot to mention, i cant use the 4 pin for pwm functions as my mobo has only 2 4 pin fan connectors and 1 for cpu and the other has a 5v rating [got the rating of the manual] and the xtra flow fan has a current rating of .56A so i just never tried it out and instead connected it to a 3 pin 12v connector. i really liked the red led lighting of the fan. performance wise, i guess they are similar...maybe the fan bearing is different or sth... who cares right.... and hey do u know if cm tim are any good... i might import an mx-4 but if the cm are similar in performance, i will just buy them, budget 1k-1.5k.... thanks @eXcavator

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    Quote Originally Posted by zunaid View Post
    hahah... thats the thing, sry i forgot to mention, i cant use the 4 pin for pwm functions as my mobo has only 2 4 pin fan connectors and 1 for cpu and the other has a 5v rating [got the rating of the manual] and the xtra flow fan has a current rating of .56A so i just never tried it out and instead connected it to a 3 pin 12v connector. i really liked the red led lighting of the fan. performance wise, i guess they are similar...maybe the fan bearing is different or sth... who cares right.... and hey do u know if cm tim are any good... i might import an mx-4 but if the cm are similar in performance, i will just buy them, budget 1k-1.5k.... thanks @eXcavator
    I didn't use the CM TIMs so can't really tell. Google some Benchmarks.
    MX-4 is better on paper, dunno about real life situations.

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    I bought a R4 and a Thunderblade yesterday but they create HUGE noise. So, I am planning to connect them to my mobo's case_fan header but unfortunately it has one. So, I came across this cable in this link: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...odid=CB-031-AK
    Anybody, know where can I find it? If not, can anyone suggest any other solution? I am not planning on buying a fan controller right now, so cheap options are welcome.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    I bought a R4 and a Thunderblade yesterday but they create HUGE noise. So, I am planning to connect them to my mobo's case_fan header but unfortunately it has one. So, I came across this cable in this link: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...odid=CB-031-AK
    Anybody, know where can I find it? If not, can anyone suggest any other solution? I am not planning on buying a fan controller right now, so cheap options are welcome.



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    R4s shouldn't be that noisy, disconnect the thunderblades and check. Anyway, you can buy anything from any UK/US site through amazon.co.bd or ebay.shop.bd.

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    Any chance of finding these on BM computers? Plus where can I get 12cm fan dust filter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahdi View Post
    Any chance of finding these on BM computers? Plus where can I get 12cm fan dust filter?
    Probably not, you could try though. I haven't come across any dust filters in BD either.

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