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Originally Posted by Wumbologist View Post

But what if my baby brother takes off the side panel and chews the tubes and it spills over my components.

But what happens if we get a really cold winter and all the liquid freezes.


Yeh...stop spouting garbage that will probably never happen.

you are funny..
post #32 of 36
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you are funny..

And there goes the point
post #33 of 36
Unless it's like $60-65, it wouldn't be worth it. You can get a 140mm AIO for $90 all day long and on sale for $80. It's not like they would cool better, they are just quiet.
post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Unless it's like $60-65, it wouldn't be worth it. You can get a 140mm AIO for $90 all day long and on sale for $80. It's not like they would cool better, they are just quiet.

you are not even close..

I estimated $100-110 and got laughed at..

IMO unless you are right I doubt noctua is going to sell these like hotcakes..
post #35 of 36
Even the Hyper 212+ is near inaudible due to RPM throttle, there's likely other things in your machine that are much louder than fans. Tho it is nice to hear a fan running at full RPM, and being completely silent (no motor noise). For the most part people run their fans at lower RPM's to keep their machines quiter, this technology will allow people to run their fans at might higher RPM's without it driving them crazy. Having fans running at constant higher RPM's will allow for better cooling efficiency, big factor for overclockers. I myself prefer air over water, simply because a air cooler will last you longer than ten years and not give you a single problem. A NH-D14 with inaudible fans at max RPM? Yes plx. cheers.gif
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For those doubting the effectiveness of the ANC, did you even watch the video in the OP? I hear a pretty clear difference.
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