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Originally Posted by cgipson1 View Post

lol!!! Don't we all wish this!! We wouldn't need watercooling! wink.gif

If I go deaf I will get a case filled with Deltas biggrin.gif

You would have thought that now they could develop a fan to run at high RPM and be quiet.
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by mam72 View Post

If I go deaf I will get a case filled with Deltas biggrin.gif

You would have thought that now they could develop a fan to run at high RPM and be quiet.
Tbh? This seems impossible tho.
I mean how can we have something that's cutting thru air without making noise? (Which is vibrations)
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i think so,o I'd have to find so way to do it hidden or electronically.thank you tc1yGG
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