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I tried them full speed, no thanks, way way to loud for my taste.
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I tried them full speed, no thanks, way way to loud for my taste.

No one said to use them at full speed. There are places between "all" and "nothing". Those places can be set up to meet the demands of the system in the way that suits you best.
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I fail to see how fan curve would help me, over a fixed RPM of wich is the maximum noise level I can tolerate? ( wich is barely audible )
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I would say you do not need it if you have good quality coolant ( Mayhems , EKollant , etc )
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I kinda want to get a pearl pastel, they look so awesome

3.25mm is smaller than the hole right? silver coil looks kinda big to be 3.25mm wide

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yes 3.25 mm is only about 1/8th of an inch . As you can see I agree with you about the Pastel coolant , mine is the EK Ekoolant pastel blue .
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Will this fit and help in the H320x2

https://www.amazon.com/Silver-Coils-Antimicrobial-999-Strip/dp/B00A66HMRC/

You would only need a coil if you are running straight distilled water.

Pearl pastel? If you are talking about Aurora, I would suggest you read the Aurora Wiki. It is made for show use a day or two at a time.
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I would probably have to empty the propylene glycol coolant mix, and clean all of it right; if I wanted to use pastel concentrate. (don't know how to clean it)

I don't know what is a good mix. I want something that is white (maybe teal), and won't need much maintenance.


https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-ekoolant-pastel-white-concentrate-250ml

http://www.performance-pcs.com/mayhems-pastel-coolant-1-liter-uv-white.html#Specifications

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I would probably have to empty the propylene glycol coolant mix, and clean all of it right; if I wanted to use pastel concentrate. (don't know how to clean it)

I don't know what is a good mix. I want something that is white (maybe teal), and won't need much maintenance.


https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-ekoolant-pastel-white-concentrate-250ml

http://www.performance-pcs.com/mayhems-pastel-coolant-1-liter-uv-white.html#Specifications
low maintenence and dyes are two words that are not synonymous....dyes break down over heating and cooling cycles and clog things up...they must be maintained more often than say distilled with colored tubing....also be careful of the dyes you use as swiftechs warranty doesn't cover certain ones

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