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This is temporary card, 7770 with gelid icy vision (customized mount, because it doesn't fit out of box). Temps are great, this is sandy bridge 4,5ghz @ 1.3v, all fans around 600rpm, minimum speeds, temps in stress tests are around max 75C. Gpu max 50, cooler is running at <4V. but this card is relatively low wattage, so no wonder it runs cool, with such overkill cooling. Overall I'm very happy with cooling performance of this case.
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This is temporary card, 7770 with gelid icy vision (customized mount, because it doesn't fit out of box). Temps are great, this is sandy bridge 4,5ghz @ 1.3v, all fans around 600rpm, minimum speeds, temps in stress tests are around max 75C. Gpu max 50, cooler is running at <4V. but this card is relatively low wattage, so no wonder it runs cool, with such overkill cooling. Overall I'm very happy with cooling performance of this case.

Nice ! biggrin.gif
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I've always loved the way those Enermax fans look, but sadly, I've never used them in muy builds.
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hi guys

i've just registered to post in this thread, hopefulyl i can become a regular smile.gif

I'm thinking about buying the silverstone TJ0E-E for silence consideration, do you guys think its the best case for that? is it on par with the fractal define r4 and mini ? from what i heard it is but id rather ask people who have it, im bat**** crazy about noise...

If its the way to go, im considering getting another stock fan from the one that was given by silverstone, do you have any advice about which one i should get to have an inaudbile build ?

i wont have a gpu so i dont need that much cooling

i go with i5 haswell, ssd, macho fan (does it fit?) and fanless cpu, thats all smile.gif

thanks again!
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hi guys

i've just registered to post in this thread, hopefulyl i can become a regular smile.gif

I'm thinking about buying the silverstone TJ0E-E for silence consideration, do you guys think its the best case for that? is it on par with the fractal define r4 and mini ? from what i heard it is but id rather ask people who have it, im bat**** crazy about noise...

If its the way to go, im considering getting another stock fan from the one that was given by silverstone, do you have any advice about which one i should get to have an inaudbile build ?

i wont have a gpu so i dont need that much cooling

i go with i5 haswell, ssd, macho fan (does it fit?) and fanless cpu, thats all smile.gif

thanks again!

I've left the stock fan in. With the components in my "Echo" sig rig, I can't hear my computer unless I'm really trying to listen for it and it's the middle of the night. The only thing that makes any noise is the graphics card and, of course, that's only when I'm gaming.
So to answer that question, yes, it really is that quiet.

The only thing that bugs me about this case is that the front panel gets covered in dust very easily. The filter does a decent job, but the inside can get pretty dusty too if you don't clean it regularly.
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hi guys

i've just registered to post in this thread, hopefulyl i can become a regular smile.gif

I'm thinking about buying the silverstone TJ0E-E for silence consideration, do you guys think its the best case for that? is it on par with the fractal define r4 and mini ? from what i heard it is but id rather ask people who have it, im bat**** crazy about noise...

If its the way to go, im considering getting another stock fan from the one that was given by silverstone, do you have any advice about which one i should get to have an inaudbile build ?

i wont have a gpu so i dont need that much cooling

i go with i5 haswell, ssd, macho fan (does it fit?) and fanless cpu, thats all smile.gif

thanks again!

I found the standard fan (AP181) to be too noisy so I changed it for a Phobya G Silent 180mm fan which I run at 450 RPM and is much quieter than the standard AP181 on low speed. It's still not exactly silent but I reckon it's about as quiet at I could get it with that size of fan. You could put a 140mm fan in as there are holes for one and there are fans that size which could possibly be even quieter but I'm happy with it as it is and I'm pretty fussy about noise too.

My GPU is fanless and the CPU cooler is virtually silent, the only other fan is in the PSU which I changed for a Be Quiet 120mm fan which is also pretty damned quiet. I also used some case dampening material which really helps dampen down any rattles and buzz but has no effect on fan sounds. Overall there is very little sound from my PC but it is not a very high spec build and has very low power requirements.

I would say there are probably quieter cases available, especially cases that cover the front fan with an insulated (sound proofed) door, this case was not designed to be ultra quiet, it is designed for maximum airflow and was designed around the AP181's airflow characteristics. The fan is designed to move huge quantities of air with fairly high pressure so when it's on high speed it is quite noisy, even on it's low setting it is still clearly audible from the other side of a quiet room, I wouldn't be able to sleep in the same room as the TJ08-E with the AP181 in it !
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Has anyone here experience or opinions of any aftermarket front fans?

180mm Silverstone SST-AP182, Air Penetrator Series Case Fan, White

180mm Silverstone FN181-BL Blue LED Quiet Case Fan

Any others?

I am wondering if the white one, as it has a lower setting RPM, may be worthwhile for my system, controlled by the Gene VI motherboard.

My son also has this case and would like some color hence me wondering what sort of loss in cooling or noise I could expect with the blue one.
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I am wondering if the white one, as it has a lower setting RPM, may be worthwhile for my system, controlled by the Gene VI motherboard.
The frontal fine is very quiet around 450-500rpm, specially if you have Asus motherboard with fanXpert2, you can control it very easily, here is my pic it,

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...motherboard with fanXpert2...
Personally I find it useless (the Fan Xpert software) since you can set the speeds and fan curves directly into the motherboard's BIOS, and besides that, the software itself causes lots of glitches and bugs under some circumstances.
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