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Anything in particular you use to seal the shrouds to the rad?
You're on the right track, cake seems good.

I would use duct tape, nothing permanent or too ugly, but effective.
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The Scythe Slipstreams are pretty nice fans. If you're looking for the quietest fan, it would be the Noctua NF-P12.
 
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Anything in particular you use to seal the shrouds to the rad?
Cheap silicone fan gaskets work pretty well, just cut the piece off that goes across the rad, then seal each fan to the next across the center with clear silicone..

Anymore i just use clear silicone for all of it, its easy to scrape off with a thumb nail when you get ready to clean it, just don't get it in your fins...
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