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I have had these fans off of a Silverstone TD03 CLC laying around for a while and decided to install them as case fans. Now when they were on that radiator in the back of the case they were so loud that they hurt MY ears. redface.gif

Now mounted in the front of the case behind foam filters they are actually very quiet even when they rev up. It's surprising what a change of location can do.

Right now the only noise they make is a buzzing from the one ghetto rigged on top of the optical drive, and even that is pretty darn quiet. I'm thinking that maybe two more of these would be kinda nice but I can't seem to find them anywhere. Does anyone know anything about them?

Pics: The flash makes it hard to read the labels but I can't take better pics because they are installed.

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Assuming they are 25mm thick, they look like the fans Silverstone uses on their CLC coolers. Same blade design is used on AR01 and AR03 cooler fans and FW121 15mm thick fan.

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I have had these fans off of a Silverstone TD03 CLC laying around ......
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Assuming they are 25mm thick, they look like the fans Silverstone uses on their CLC coolers.

I think you may be on to something there.........wink.gif
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All I can say is that they are working very well. At the moment I'm running 2-AC F12s and 2-SS H12s. The F12s run at 100% all the time but don't have a tach wire so I don't know what rpms they are turning. What I do know is that the H12s @ 1500 rpm move more air and are at least as quiet as the F12s. Then they can rev up over 2200 rpm where they are still not loud. I would like to get 2 more or their equivalent. Or just get 4-2150 rpm GTs.

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Silverstone do good products. At least all the ones I've used are. thumb.gif

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If you don't mind a hi-jack, my wife is complaining her i7 920 is slow. I can switch her 920 for a 980, or get an AMD A6-3670K / Gigabyte GA-A55M-DS2 / 2x4GB DDR3 for £50 .. for £65 it comes in case with 300w PSU. How good is the A6-3670K?

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If you don't mind a hi-jack, my wife is complaining her i7 920 is slow. I can switch her 920 for a 980, or get an AMD A6-3670K / Gigabyte GA-A55M-DS2 / 2x4GB DDR3 for £50 .. for £65 it comes in case with 300w PSU. How good is the A6-3670K?

So.....you are looking to get a divorce? tongue.gif

The 3670K......
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The two FM2+ rigs I have built use the A10 APUs and are great desktops. I popped an R9 280X into one and it is now a decent mid range gaming rig. That A6 is an old entry level APU and is a little better than an intel Q6600. It should be fine for browsing but not for gaming.

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If you don't mind a hi-jack, my wife is complaining her i7 920 is slow. I can switch her 920 for a 980, or get an AMD A6-3670K / Gigabyte GA-A55M-DS2 / 2x4GB DDR3 for £50 .. for £65 it comes in case with 300w PSU. How good is the A6-3670K?

Get her a cheap hexcore Xeon - 5675 at 95 Watts is much easier to cool than a 980 and overclocks better too. Or give her the 980 and one of those powerful CLCs that all the hip kids use. tongue.gif

Oh..and she already has a big SSD in the system, right? And more than 8GB RAM?
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Get her a cheap hexcore Xeon - 5675 at 95 Watts is much easier to cool than a 980 and overclocks better too. Or give her the 980 and one of those powerful CLCs that all the hip kids use. tongue.gif

Oh..and she already has a big SSD in the system, right? And more than 8GB RAM?
Yeah, probably sacrifice the 980 and keep the 980x for myself. Yeah, more than 8GB, but only 12GB.

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