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antec tricools 80mm are pretty good. You can adjust the fan speed via a switch.
    
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Cheers guys, i think i will just get this and buy fans if needed.

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/scyth...o-4-3-pin-fans
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As someone who owns a case that uses almost only 80mm fans and lots of em I can say that Noctuas are the best I have used by far. Quiet and they push a good amount of air!
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that's only 4 fans...try this...a whopping 12 fans...I know...I got one

http://www.canadacomputers.com/produ...item_id=039966
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that's only 4 fans...try this...a whopping 12 fans...I know...I got one

http://www.canadacomputers.com/produ...item_id=039966
12! :O my case will take off lol Didn't see what on Scan but i can get it elsewhere, it looks nice and stylish to.

I will get that then and a couple of top of the range 120mm fans (blue blue blue ) when its all set and i know how many i will need

Am thinking maybe 1 on the side panel, 1 on the base behind the PSU and 1 on the HDD cage?

Heres a quick diagram i did lol

post #16 of 19
Looks good, here's mine when I was planning for my Rasa kit purchase...



BTW please fill out your PC specs just in-case you need help with other stuff.
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I hear AP-15's are good fans. But, if Noise is your main concern, Find a SSO bearing fan, or Hydraulic Ball Bearing fan.

Noctua usually has SSO Bearing fans.
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I hear AP-15's are good fans. But, if Noise is your main concern, Find a SSO bearing fan, or Hydraulic Ball Bearing fan.

Noctua usually has SSO Bearing fans.
Fluid Dynamic Bearing is good too...

Noctua is very expensive as they're placed on the high-end segment.
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post #19 of 19
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CramComplex i see you use 2 top fans as intake for your radiator on your CM 690.

I just got a few fans for a nice price

2x Antec 2 Speed 140mm
1x Coolermaster Excalibur 120mm
1x Akasa Apache 120mm
1x No brand 80mm

Now the 690 already as 1 top fan as exhaust, should i flip it and put a Antec next to it for dual intake? Or shall i do dual Exhaust?

I was thinking off this..



But would i be best flipping the 2 top fans to intake?
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