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Easiest way is to d/l Speedfan and reduce the fan speed by that.
http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php
Already tried that, but it didnt work, or maybe i'm a noob smile.gif) i'll try again when i get home from work.
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Already tried that, but it didnt work, or maybe i'm a noob smile.gif) i'll try again when i get home from work.

LOL, its a little tricky, that program. It took me a while to work out how to adjust the fan speed,,, so I dont think its you. smile.gif
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LOL, its a little tricky, that program. It took me a while to work out how to adjust the fan speed,,, so I dont think its you. smile.gif

Check out my build log, its almost done i'll post some pics when i get home. Thats where i had problems with the fans.
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Oh man, you need some serious cable management therapy there tongue.gif
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Oh man, you need some serious cable management therapy there tongue.gif
It's much better now, i'll post some pics when i get off work !
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post #16 of 17
I had some issues running sickleflows through a fan controller. Solved by dumping the fan controller and plugging straight in. Also to reduce noise and increase efficiency, always use extra shroud on a sickleflow that is pushing onto a radiator or heat sink, or pulling air through a mesh or from a rad/sink. Eliminates the whoosh sound of the massive air pressure.
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xbitlab claims sickleflows drone at some speeds/voltages http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/120mm-fan-roundup-2_4.html#sect2
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