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OEM version means that this fan comes without packaging or accessories.

The OcUK ZG3-120TL has been developed in conjunction with Zaward, a world leader in computer cooling. The ZG3-120TL is a high performance fan designed for ultimate cooling potential.

The distinctive shape of the Zaward GOLF FAN has become a trademark of ZAWARD and our OcUK Tech Labs branded fan is a no compromise solution for the enthusiast seeking ultimate performance.

The G3 Golf III Fan is designed to operate at multiple speeds and is especially effective when paired with a fan controller.

The OcUK ZG3-120TL has been specifically chosen by OcUK Tech Labs to be the ultimate performance fan. The Golf III is an exclusive design only used by Zaward.

The new G3 Hexagonal dimple blade features an aerodynamic lift effect to raise airflow.

Dimension - 120 x 120 x 25mm
Fan Speed - 2000±200rpm
Bearing Type - Duro bearing
Max.Air Flow - 52.85 CFM
Noise Level - 30.9 dBA
Static Pressure - 3.48mmH20
Operation Voltage - 12V
Life Expectancy - 60,000 Hrs
Net Weight - 125g
Colour - frame: Solid Black ; Blade: White
Sleeving - High quality sleeving for the fan cable.
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#1
Okay, really long shot:

I've got an old Intel q6600 on an Asus P45q motherboard sat in a Silverstone La Scala case. It needs quieter/better cooling than the stock fan that's sat on top of it right now.

Would this do the job? Or if that's too much of an ask right here, is there a part picker site or something I can go to?
#2
pedd
Okay, really long shot:

I've got an old Intel q6600 on an Asus P45q motherboard sat in a Silverstone La Scala case. It needs quieter/better cooling than the stock fan that's sat on top of it right now.

Would this do the job? Or if that's too much of an ask right here, is there a part picker site or something I can go to?
Do you mean case fan or heatsink?

If you mean heatsink have a look at the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, quite a popular cooler for decent money with good cooling vs stock.

Edited By: dneill2006 on Jul 16, 2014 20:06: update
#3
Good for people who don't really care about noise.

Personally couldnt live without PWM though.
#4
dneill2006
pedd
Okay, really long shot:

I've got an old Intel q6600 on an Asus P45q motherboard sat in a Silverstone La Scala case. It needs quieter/better cooling than the stock fan that's sat on top of it right now.

Would this do the job? Or if that's too much of an ask right here, is there a part picker site or something I can go to?
Do you mean case fan or heatsink?

If you mean heatsink have a look at the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, quite a popular cooler for decent money with good cooling vs stock.


See? Complete noob! I meant heatsink/could cooler. Thanks for the recommendation, I'll check that out.
#5
striker33
Good for people who don't really care about noise.

Personally couldnt live without PWM though.
Yup loud but check that SP. Bet they can still push good amount of air on rads at lower speed.

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