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If sound isn't a problem,Delta 5000 RPM's push a phenomenal about of air (190 CFM)
How loud are we talking here? I don't want it to annoy me to the point i want to smash it to bits.

Iv overclocked my Q6600 @ 2.40 too 3.20, and the its idle'in 37 degrees. I want to try to drop this slightly, so i guessing a decent fan should do the trick. As I have a coolermaster red led fan connected to my heatsink at the moment, heard a lot about the Noctua fans, but also the Thermalright 2000 RPM fan is suppose to be pretty good aswell.

Anymore advice please?
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post #2572 of 23527
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How loud are we talking here? I don't want it to annoy me to the point i want to smash it to bits.

Iv overclocked my Q6600 @ 2.40 too 3.20, and the its idle'in 37 degrees. I want to try to drop this slightly, so i guessing a decent fan should do the trick. As I have a coolermaster red led fan connected to my heatsink at the moment, heard a lot about the Noctua fans, but also the Thermalright 2000 RPM fan is suppose to be pretty good aswell.

Anymore advice please?
You'll want a 38mm fan for optimal cooling (Panaflo, San Ace, Delta, etc..).

And that 5000 RPM fan, at full speed is pretty damn loud, but I'm sure if its undervolted its bearable.
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post #2573 of 23527
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Hello everyone,

Please add me to the HAF922 list, recently purchased the HAF922 case, and pretty much got everything set up now.

I have 2 questions,

1 - Which fan do you suggest I place on my Thermalright Ultra 120 for maximum cooling

2 - As far as fan controllers go, are there any Red led themed ones?

Will hopefully upload pictures of my system up later.

Thanks, AMO
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post #2574 of 23527
What is this "CFM vs Flow"?

Is there a "flow" rating same as there is a CFM rating? Or are they one and the same. I have a 932, so I would think the flow would almost be more important than the CFM by first impressions, since there is SO much space.
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CFM= cubic feet per minute, dont know what you mean by flow. CFM is essentially how much air it can push.
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post #2576 of 23527
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CFM= cubic feet per minute, dont know what you mean by flow. CFM is essentially how much air it can push.
Maybe he means static pressure rather than "flow"?

Static pressure is important if you have a heatsink like the TRUE or a Megahelms (to name the most popular ones). Since they have dense fins they need a fan with a high static pressure (38mm fan), so it can actually push air all the way through the fins (simply put).
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post #2577 of 23527
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Hello everyone,

Please add me to the HAF922 list, recently purchased the HAF922 case, and pretty much got everything set up now.

I have 2 questions,

1 - Which fan do you suggest I place on my Thermalright Ultra 120 for maximum cooling

2 - As far as fan controllers go, are there any Red led themed ones?

Will hopefully upload pictures of my system up later.

Thanks, AMO
Welcome to overclock.net AMOOO! I am really impressed with these Cooler Master fans. They come in red, blue and green and blow some serious air and with very low noise. I plugged one in and compared it to my Xigmatek Dark Night fan and the CM fans seem to blow more air AND are quieter.

I also like this controller. It is 30 watts per channel! Very cool! I also plan to mod the leds from blue to green when I get it. I'll be posting that soon enough.
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You can add me to the list, I have no pictures to display as I have not modded the case.

Although I have some scratches on the interior of the case (mint on the exterior), I have used a lot of different hardware in this case and despite my best efforts of being careful, I still always manage to receive a new a small scratch on the metal whenever I add or remove hardware. They're not too bad since I can't see them but they still bother me. Other than painting the case, anyone have any suggestions on what to use to actually get the scratches out of the metal? They are not in deep at all.
 
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You can add me to the list, I have no pictures to display as I have not modded the case.

Although I have some scratches on the interior of the case (mint on the exterior), I have used a lot of different hardware in this case and despite my best efforts of being careful, I still always manage to receive a new a small scratch on the metal whenever I add or remove hardware. They're not too bad since I can't see them but they still bother me. Other than painting the case, anyone have any suggestions on what to use to actually get the scratches out of the metal? They are not in deep at all.
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post #2580 of 23527
I just got my HAF 932 and within an hour, I have completely dismantled it and have begun sanding. The picture shows the panels still riveted however those have come down as well.

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