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Do you have a rehobus? If you only needs this silence while you are sleeping rehobus is prefect
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Of the 3 fans, I'd get the Yate Loon
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I bought four Yates for my A900 and a Sythe Kaze master to slow em down when Im just sufin or late night. I have one Antec Tricool which is twice as loud and spins twice as fast, so I put it in the back exhaust. lovin the control over them with the kaze. And the yates are almost silent.
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Noctua NF-P12 fans are absolutely amazing. It's so quiet, I can't even tell if it's at full blast or not with my other case fans on. Right now I only have an NF-P12 on my CPU heatsink, but I plan on replacing all the fans in my case soon.
 
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I use scythe fans and they are very quite and push loads of air
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I think I'll go with the Yate Loon Medium speed.

I only have one question. Is it possible to have the rear fan hooked up the fan controller, front fan hooked up, and since one rad will have 2 fans and the other rad will have 3, is it possible to hook 2 fans up to one controller and 3 up to another? Meaning 2 on one nob, 3 on another?
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Originally Posted by sledgehammer1990 View Post
I think I'll go with the Yate Loon Medium speed.
Buy them from Petra's Tech Shop. They buy directly from Yate Loon. Not all online retailers buy them directly from YL.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/12yalod1cafa1.html
Edited by hawaiian_geek - 7/6/08 at 12:33am
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post #19 of 36
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I think I'll go with the Yate Loon Medium speed.

I only have one question. Is it possible to have the rear fan hooked up the fan controller, front fan hooked up, and since one rad will have 2 fans and the other rad will have 3, is it possible to hook 2 fans up to one controller and 3 up to another? Meaning 2 on one nob, 3 on another?
I have a set of the medium Yates, and although they are pretty quiet, if you're looking for silent, I might recommend the Noctua or Scythe Slipstream. I haven't used the Noctua, but from what I hear, they're the quietest fans available. I have a couple of Slipstreams and the L and M are almost dead silent.

If you do go for the Yates, get them from Petra as someone mentioned. Mine are from elsewhere and although they're still pretty quiet, I was really expecting them to be a little quieter. Petra's service is awesome too.
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antec tricool 3 speed amazing and leds dude look tight
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