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NP...Those fans don't really seem loud to me but some guys say they are...If noise bothers you you might want to just try out 2 of them at first...Those and the 115cfm Panaflo are my favorite rad fans I have 8 of them going full blast all the time on my 480 GTX....

A shroud will help your temp's to..

...http://www.overclock.net/faqs/118766...ce-shroud.html
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I gotta rep for the Panflo Fans. Mine are at 50% on a fan control and keeping my GPU at 40c full load and CPU at 48c full load at the same time.

Granted I have a GTX 3x120mm with 3 fans but I still like them.
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Here are some good 86cfm panaflos for $6ea,

http://www.svc.com/fba12g12m.html

but if you don't mind the noise some 100 cfms like the sunons would be even better.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/12x38sukddob.html

I'd do the fan thing first and I'd add a radiator before replacing one if you can find the space.
    
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Here are some good 86cfm panaflos for $6ea,

http://www.svc.com/fba12g12m.html

but if you don't mind the noise some 100 cfms like the sunons would be even better.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/12x38sukddob.html

I'd do the fan thing first and I'd add a radiator before replacing one if you can find the space.
Ya, that's what I'm going to do I think, get the fans first and see what I get and then if temps don't drop (I'm hoping to get them to drop at least 4c or more) I will get a better rad. Thanks for the links
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