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Evening All,

I was looking at water cooling then decided i didnt want to go for that because i just didnt

So was wondering if anyone has any snazy air cooled P182's?

sG//Robinson

I was also wondering these two questions..

1) Looking for a very quiet 120cm fan but the fastest one in that category.. So fastest air flow for a very quiet fan..

2) Anyone recommend an aftermarket cooler for the 8800GTS?
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Scythe slipstreams move a good amount of air for their loudness. The 1,600rpm ones are very quiet (though not totaly silent) sbut still push 88CFM.

They make great case fans, but for cooling heatsinks you may prefer something with a bit more static pressure.

I recommend an Arctic Cooling S1 for an 8800GTS 512. If you have decent case air flow, it's perfectly capable of cooling the card passively.
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Scythe slipstreams move a good amount of air for their loudness. The 1,600rpm ones are very quiet (though not totaly silent) sbut still push 88CFM.

They make great case fans, but for cooling heatsinks you may prefer something with a bit more static pressure.

I recommend an Arctic Cooling S1 for an 8800GTS 512. If you have decent case air flow, it's perfectly capable of cooling the card passively.
I second that. The Scythe Slipstreams are quiet, low priced and push a lot of air.
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I have my p182 full of scythe slipstreams, and its pretty quiet, most of the sounds comes from my ultrakaze on my TRUE.


My 8800GTS has a VF1000 aftermarket cooler, and I get great temps and a nice overclock.
    
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If 54 CFM is enough for you, I'd highly recommend checking out the Noctua NF-P12 fans.
 
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Join the ''Ultra Kazes for all fans, but with a fan controller'' club!
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Join the ''Ultra Kazes for all fans, but with a fan controller'' club!
I so wish I could do that, but then my GTS would not fit D:
    
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