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Like I said, its all about your needs and what suits them best. I've got a P180 so the sound won't be too much of an issue and I don't have a side fan. So the Tuniq was the best option for my particular situation. AFAIK (from this comparison thread) the BT VX performs better in some tests than the tuniq with better after market fans, as the Tuniq allows for only 25mm thick fans inside it, whereas the BT can mount 38mm Deltas on the top of it. I think there was a 4'c difference between a BT with a Delta and a Stock Tuniq.
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Well that not a problem. Get a different fan. Besides once you get your Tuniq (if you're like me) after a while you'll turn the fans speed down. I mean I run my fan at around 20% while folding and I'm getting like 53C Load but on an E6300 w/ a Thermalright XP-120 so you can get much better temps than I can with your fan being in the same range as my fans speed. I say you may get the same temps because the factors of you having a tuniq and me having an XP-120 probably pays.
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Like I said, its all about your needs and what suits them best. I've got a P180 so the sound won't be too much of an issue and I don't have a side fan. So the Tuniq was the best option for my particular situation. AFAIK (from this comparison thread) the BT VX performs better in some tests than the tuniq with better after market fans, as the Tuniq allows for only 25mm thick fans inside it, whereas the BT can mount 38mm Deltas on the top of it. I think there was a 4" difference between a BT with a Delta and a Stock Tuniq.
Regardless of what thickness of fans may be mounted, most if not all Delta fans are very-and in some cases extremely-loud. You stated the Tuniq is loud at high speeds, so whether you get a BT or Tuniq, if you want to get a 38mm thick fan you're going to have sound problems.
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Regardless of what thickness of fans may be mounted, most if not all Delta fans are very-and in some cases extremely-loud. You stated the Tuniq is loud at high speeds, so whether you get a BT or Tuniq, if you want to get a 38mm thick fan you're going to have sound problems.
I stated no such thing. I said that I have a P180 so noise isn't a problem as much as it would be for the OP. All I was saying was that for cooling, the BT offers room for improvement in the future, should he want it, whereas you are limited with what fans the Tuniq can use. Plus in the comparison thread I linked to it showed that the Tuniq and BT where on par for temps. There is not a GIANT leap in performance gain between the Tuniq and BT. For the OPs system i'd personally stick with the BT VX
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I ordered one but it's on backorder. Can't wait for it, I feel like I die a little more each day that I don't get an email saying that it was shipped. I have no patience what-so-ever when it comes to ordering PC parts.

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Regardless of what thickness of fans may be mounted, most if not all Delta fans are very-and in some cases extremely-loud. You stated the Tuniq is loud at high speeds, so whether you get a BT or Tuniq, if you want to get a 38mm thick fan you're going to have sound problems.
Isn't the TT only able to hold a 25mm thick fan, though?
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I ordered one but it's on backorder. Can't wait for it, I feel like I die a little more each day that I don't get an email saying that it was shipped. I have no patience what-so-ever when it comes to ordering PC parts.

Isn't the TT only able to hold a 25mm thick fan, though?
With the stock screws. I guess you could get some longer ones to fit a 38mm on there.
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Oh, I thought it was only able to hold 25mm fans because the space in between would be too small for a 38mm. Thanks for the info.
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Hi, am new here. This TuTo sound interesting, however it seems that it is kinda difficult to get hold of it. how much you all get it for? I saw the pic of the TuTo in an upright position in the tower casing. The mobo able to take the weight??
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Hi, am new here. This TuTo sound interesting, however it seems that it is kinda difficult to get hold of it. how much you all get it for? I saw the pic of the TuTo in an upright position in the tower casing. The mobo able to take the weight??
It will take the weight, as long as you're not lanning with it. It IS heavy, and it does stick out quite far. But it's meant for a stationary overclocking machine not a sturdy lanning rig. I've seen people throw a wire around it and attach the wire to the top of the case to take some of the weight of when moving, but I wouldn't chance it. I got mine from OCuk, afaik, they still have them in stock.
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