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DaNzA
Sep 11, 2001

:D


Diviance posted:

I use an h100i with a third party, high static-pressure set of fans and I can't hear it at all in my case. This is on an overclocked 4790k.

What's a good fan in this case? the SP120? or something else?

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Factory Factory
Mar 19, 2010

I can do sex. It's just alien sex.


SP120 is good. Or just cut to the chase and get a pair of Noctua NF-F12 PWM.

DaNzA
Sep 11, 2001

:D


Cool. I have that for my case already but didn't know they were that good

Visidan
Jul 24, 2000

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Factory Factory posted:

get a pair of Noctua NF-F12 PWM.

I did this, just installed them. Do it.

r0ck0 posted:

Used the mobo's built in fan controller

Also do this.

Diviance
Feb 11, 2004

Television rules the nation.


DaNzA posted:

Cool. I have that for my case already but didn't know they were that good

Yeah, what he said. I have heard good things about the Cooler Master Jetflo 120's as well, but I already have the Noctua's and I don't feel like spending another $30 just to test them out.

Though I just might try a set of them as case fans, since my case benefits from high static pressure fans on the front apparently.

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