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Better change this to post your 2011 chimp challenge photo's because you know it will happen again in 2012.
 
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In case there's another video, here are my pics.





btw some feedback on the vid, some transitions last as long as the pic themselves. And you got so many transitions going on, it's kinda busy.

Otherwise, nice vid.
Edited by 2010rig - 5/19/11 at 12:44pm
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You wouldn't happen to be a Noctua fan... fan... would you? LOL Nice looking rig, is that GPU the TFII 470 listed in your rig? It looks different.
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You wouldn't happen to be a Noctua fan... fan... would you? LOL Nice looking rig, is that GPU the TFII 470 listed in your rig? It looks different.
Ha Ha... no, not all.

I didn't realize I posted old pics. That was a GTS250.



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Ha, you know I bet you could slap a pair of of P12s on that TFII if you take off the fans and shroud. Just a thought, it's not like I'm just trying to see if can make you spend another $30 on Noctua just for kicks.
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Ha, you know I bet you could slap a pair of of P12s on that TFII if you take off the fans and shroud. Just a thought, it's not like I'm just trying to see if can make you spend another $30 on Noctua just for kicks.
ha ha ha - the next case for my 2nd build, I'm hoping I don't go crazy on Noctua fans. Instead I'm looking at Lian Li for example. I just wanted a computer that was as quiet as possible, with great air flow.

I bought my case first, and didn't put the rig together 'till like a month later, and they wouldn't return it, otherwise, I would've gotten a different case. I know these fans will last me a couple years, and pretty happy with them. Plus, they match that beastly cooler nicely.
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Well let me know if you do end up building another rig and I'll buy some Noctua stock first.

I really love my D14, it is everything I expected and more in terms of quality. I didn't know for sure that the fins were soldered to the heatpipes (which is better than press fit because they don't have a weaker thermal transfer over time) until I saw it in person, it's the only cooler I know that does that. My first impressions are good on it's performance (folds or primes at about 55C max at 1.25v 4ghz) but I want to up the volts and really stress it before I can say it has exceeded my expectations there, because based on internet reviews/hype my expectations are set pretty high.

With that said I can make some recommendations for fans if you are considering looking at other than Noctua for good quiet fans. The Ty-140 is supposedly slightly better than the p14 at the same noise levels according to a few reviews I've read like SPCR. The nexus basic is also very well regarded for it's silence and is reasonably priced as well, I have two and they are incredibly quiet and even come with rubber mounts. I haven't used a p12 as a case fan yet so I can't comment on performance between the two but I can say that the Nexus is quieter than the p12. Those are probably my go to fans for 120 and 140 sizes (keep in mind that the TY-140 is a 140 fan that has 120mm mounting holes) but I also picked up one of these for rear exhaust, because I figured it's open design would pull a little bit more air from my mobo VRMs which appear to be just out of the airflow path of a typical closed fan, and I have been very impressed with both it's very quiet operation even at full 1500rpm, and the air it moves. That AC fan is also mechanically disconnected from the case even when you use typical screws because of it's open floating design, I like it a lot, but keep in mind it is only applicable for exhaust due to it's mounting.

If you are considering a new case, check out the Fractal R3. It is designed to be a very quiet case with options to either maximize silence or airflow, if you chose to go the airflow route you would be able to use all your current fans (but in different positions i.e. the 140s in the top) and it should be quieter than your current case due to it's built in sound insulation and front door. Above I linked you to a good video review of it I like, and here is the cheapest I have been able to find it online, pretty reasonably priced for it, considering the free shipping.
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@Juano, thanks for all recommendations. ( +Rep! ) I'll definitely consider those fans next time around. At the time I put my rig together I couldn't find other recommendations for good, quiet, cheaper fans, so I went with the Noctuas.

Have you by any chance seen this thread? It's pretty awesome.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ng-thread.html

That case you recommended is already in my bookmarks and it's definitely one I'm considering. I am also looking at the Full Tower one. I'm in Canada though, so I gotta find someone that carries it here.

My other options are the PC-P60, which I can pick up locally for about $125. Another one I can get for about $160 shipped is Lian Li V1200 Plus II Silver.

Also looking at the 650D.

Last but not least, the A70F, not sure how good the airflow is though.

By the time I put my 2nd rig together, if it's available I will consider the Corsair H100.

I won't be building a 2nd rig until BD drops, so I got plenty of time to decide on a case.
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@Juano, thanks for all recommendations. ( +Rep! ) I'll definitely consider those fans next time around. At the time I put my rig together I couldn't find other recommendations for good, quiet, cheaper fans, so I went with the Noctuas.

Have you by any chance seen this thread? It's pretty awesome.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ng-thread.html

That case you recommended is already in my bookmarks and it's definitely one I'm considering. I am also looking at the Full Tower one. I'm in Canada though, so I gotta find someone that carries it here.

My other options are the PC-P60, which I can pick up locally for about $125. Another one I can get for about $160 shipped is Lian Li V1200 Plus II Silver.

Also looking at the 650D.

Last but not least, the A70F, not sure how good the airflow is though.

By the time I put my 2nd rig together, if it's available I will consider the Corsair H100.

I won't be building a 2nd rig until BD drops, so I got plenty of time to decide on a case.
That's a cool thread, definitely something to bookmark. I have always heard great things about the Gentle Typhoons when working with a radiator or heatsink. Another good fan that I think would go perfectly in the bottom fan intake on the R3 is the Silverstone AP141 they are supposed to work very well at directing the air they blow even when they are obstructed by a grill or filter, that's why the call them air penetrators.

You certainly didn't do badly by choosing Noctua, especially if you are looking for quiet. From what I've seen the only negative you can say about Noctua fans is some fans will do the same thing (performance and noise) for maybe $3 cheaper a fan, or at the same price and noise as Noctua they will make make 10CFM more, so pretty minor differences really. I was really proud of how I did with my first quiet case fan selection, I just bought the Nexus ones because they were cheap and came with rubber "screws" and then after discovering SPCR I find out that they are one of the highest regarded fans for silencing (of course the people that want them silent only run them at like 7v but that's not really for me because I can't hear them even at 12v).

I believe that NCIX carries the Fractal cases. I like that you can remove any drive bays you don't need in the full tower one but I think I like the R3's size and straight up simplicity more. I'm not familiar with any of the other cases you are considering, but these acoustic dampening sheets may help you if you are looking to keep a case other than the Fractal quiet, , , neither will make a gigantic difference in sound but they should help. Keep in mind when looking at other cases that ones with an open front, while great for airflow, will let all of your HDD noise right out no matter how quiet your fans are.

I think the H100 looks pretty cool but I would have to see it beat a D14 by a good margin (~8C) to consider the extra price it will surely demand over it. Oh and you can fit the H100 in the top of the R3.
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