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Does anyone know if you can control the fan speed of this thing? (not the chassis fan)
I'm trying to make an ultraquiet build but when my temps hit >60 it starts to really irritate me

Other than that it's a beautiful cooler
What I did was go into bios turn off smart fan and manually adjust the fan speeds to 100%. The bios reads 1430rpm which I think is the fastest it can go.
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post #2102 of 28306
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What I did was go into bios turn off smart fan and manually adjust the fan speeds to 100%. The bios reads 1430rpm which I think is the fastest it can go.
Oh, I'm trying to turn it down since I'm running my stuff on stock lol.
I'm going for quietness
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post #2103 of 28306
Dont try to throttle the pump. + Its really quite anyways. The fan on the other hand....
post #2104 of 28306
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Dont try to throttle the pump. + Its really quite anyways. The fan on the other hand....
I'm talking about the fan built-in that gets noisy as hell at >60C
Not the 120mm case fan you install to blow cold air in- you can't even hear it
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I'm talking about the fan built-in that gets noisy as hell at >60C
Not the 120mm case fan you install to blow cold air in- you can't even hear it
The power supply fan? If so, (like mine was) you need to just remove that plastic divider and pull the heatshrink off the thermrister. Viola, silent
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The power supply fan? If so, (like mine was) you need to just remove that plastic divider and pull the heatshrink off the thermrister. Viola, silent
Sorry I'm quite new to this, didn't quite understand lol.
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The power supply fan? If so, (like mine was) you need to just remove that plastic divider and pull the heatshrink off the thermrister. Viola, silent
If your working the PSU hard, i wouldnt recommend it.

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Sorry I'm quite new to this, didn't quite understand lol.
Can you find or photo whats making the noise?
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Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post
If your working the PSU hard, i wouldnt recommend it.



Can you find or photo whats making the noise?

It's basically coming from the round thing you plug onto the CPU.
A fan or something perhaps inside?

Thanks btw
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post #2109 of 28306
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It's basically coming from the round thing you plug onto the CPU.
A fan or something perhaps inside?

Thanks btw
That round thing is the pump. Its virtually silent. Even at full power it doenst ever exceed 1440 rpm. Even at 60* it shouldnt run much if any faster. If its making more noise than the fans. you might have a defective pump.
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