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I would change the cooler start-up. Upon resuming from Sleep/Hibernation/Power Off, the fans get really loud because of the cooler checking its fans. I wish there was a little button on the side to enable/unable this feature.
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For me, better tubing (less ridgid, a cooler capable of the rad in the front of the case (possibly) and better stock fans. That's a bout it IMO.
post #63 of 63
Add a 280mm rad that accepts 140mm fans, wider hoses. Stuff like that. Most cases nowadays have room for two 140mm fans in the roof so a 280mm rad shouldn't be an issue.
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