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while that may or may not be true, i only know how it performs at its rated specs, anything inbetween is guesswork unless i try it out for myself

oth if i bought a quieter fan that i could run at max speed, then i know what its specs would be
People do research on this stuff, that video that was posted was before he got his CFM meter to tell him how much he was pushing. But that guy has done alot for people like us and it would be a good thing if you did you own research into his and other findings.


Oh and Rated Spec's are usually Complete and utter bull****. Pardon my french but never trust the spec's on the same page that wants your to buy the item.
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I would of suggested Gentle Typhoons but they don't sell them. The problem with being maxed is.. well...you are maxed.

I have no way of knowing his noise tolerance. Hence I suggested something he could adjust to his personal preference.
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People do research on this stuff, that video that was posted was before he got his CFM meter to tell him how much he was pushing. But that guy has done alot for people like us and it would be a good thing if you did you own research into his and other findings.


Oh and Rated Spec's are usually Complete and utter bull****. Pardon my french but never trust the spec's on the same page that wants your to buy the item.
your cynicism is amazing

research only goes so far and at that point, you either have to trust what some numbers say or blow wads of cash just to find out

if there were no specs, then i might as well be dumping money down the toilet
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I would of suggested Gentle Typhoons but they don't sell them. The problem with being maxed is.. well...you are maxed.

I have no way of knowing his noise tolerance. Hence I suggested something he could adjust to his personal preference.
ok, thanks. final question: can i simply hook this fan up to a cpu header?
EEDIT: ok guys, there was a bit of misunderstnadings in the last few pages, now lets put them all behind us, and chill
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ok, thanks. final question: can i simply hook this fan up to a cpu header?
Looks like:

Connector(s): 4-Pin Molex, 4-Pin Motherboard

I think you will be able to remove the control from that 3.5" plate and mount it elsewhere, as well.
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your cynicism is amazing

research only goes so far and at that point, you either have to trust what some numbers say or blow wads of cash just to find out

if there were no specs, then i might as well be dumping money down the toilet
I'm the Cynic?
No I'm just sick of you complaining about the sound of your fans when you don't even have the proper case to achieve anywhere near silent.

You should have gone with the performance series Antec cause they are built for this! Or at least a Fractal Design R2, which is also designed for Silent computing, they negate stronger fans.

Have you picked up a dremel to cut out the honey comb on your fans? That causes major amounts of DB's, more so then the most fans.

And what I mean by research is actual specs, ones that are presented by an unbiased source, not the factory rated specs. And you are contradicting yourself. In one post you seem to hold true to factory specs and then in the next you miss-trust hard physical unbiased research. Don't you see how that train of thought is wrong?

Sorry for ranting but dude you gotta help yourself not just complain about all the help people give you.

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Looks like:

Connector(s): 4-Pin Molex, 4-Pin Motherboard

I think you will be able to remove the control from that 3.5" plate and mount it elsewhere, as well.
I've never done it but if I remember correctly you can mount 4pin connectors on 3pin headers.
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looks like:

Connector(s): 4-pin molex, 4-pin motherboard

i think you will be able to remove the control from that 3.5" plate and mount it elsewhere, as well.
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Anyway, change of subject.





My kitty joined my computer on it's photoshoot haha





Fit's nicely in my new gamma, which is better then not being able to close my side window like with my other case. I'm getting a little higher temps now but it's worth it for the Gamma's other features that my 5 year old no-name case lacked.

Sorry about the size I wasn't aware that it was shooting at the maximum and I should know by now that Megapixels = quality. . .
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@WTHbot: Two words... front intake. Add a fan to the roof.
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@WTHbot: Two words... front intake. Add a fan to the roof.
Got one on the front, and an 80mm held up by zipties. Ghetto maybe but it really helps my HD 4850's temps.

I'm getting some Zigmatek fans for the top and the side pretty soon.For right now though I have it in a Pull<--Shroud< --Rad configuration till I get my new fans.
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