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So I havn't done a lot to my rig lately and since I work full time and I have some extra money to spend I though I'd upgrade my rig.

See the link in my sig to go to my rig... what I want to do is mount my RX360 externally from the right side of my case using this.

Then add an extra fan controller next to my original Zalman, the Rheobus-Extreme. I'll be using it with a few of these.

I also want to get 6 new fans. My Noctuas will be better of somewhere else.
SO PICK 6 FANS... but the key word here is silence.



And if you are wondering I'll use my Swiftec MCR320 for another build or something.
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I'm using These They are good fans, though not silent, they might be quiet if you use a fancontroler but i don't have one and get em running of the PSU.

And if you go by specs the [urlv]Nanoxia[/url] fans whould probably be a very good choice, though i haven't tried them cause of the price, couln't afford them for my build <.<
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hmm possibly try the pure silence Fan range :S they are Very nice and not too expensive, Puresilence.co.uk, You can also get some pretty mean looking ones haha obviously only if you can get them from pure silence, but if you need them from aquatuning then what size fans do you need/fit your specs?? you could try the Akasa Ultra Quiet Amber Series ( 60x60x25mm ). Good luck , Am following your project closely
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hmm possibly try the pure silence Fan range :S they are Very nice and not too expensive, Puresilence.co.uk, You can also get some pretty mean looking ones haha obviously only if you can get them from pure silence, but if you need them from aquatuning then what size fans do you need/fit your specs?? you could try the Akasa Ultra Quiet Amber Series ( 60x60x25mm ). Good luck , Am following your project closely
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120mm fans would be nice. 25mm or 35mm wont make a difference.

And please from aquatuning because I would like to order everything from the same place.
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I asked a similar question some months ago and alot of guys recommended the Enermax UCMA12 Magma.

UCMA12 Magma thread Looks like creative marketing on those Magma's though....

You might also want to check out the Scythe Gentle Typhoon series(Aquatuning is down ATM so Newegg will have to do for now)


Edited by kimosabi - 12/16/09 at 10:44am
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Hey Zippit, long time no see

If you want really silent fans, then the noiseblockers would probably be your best bet. They have a really good cfm/dba ratio, pretty good static pressure, but are kind of expensive.

I've heard a lot of good things about Gelid fans. They're pretty good performers, reasonably quiet, and have detachable blades, so they're much easier to clean.
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Alright this is what I'm doing.

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I'm going to mount both of my rads externally (or one internally I don't know... I still need to make a tubing plan.) and I'm going to run my GTX280 (and future mosfet/nb/sb coolers) in a separate loop using the XSPC drivebay pump and the Swiftec MCR320.

Then I'm going to use my current D5, HK3 and GX360 in another separate loop for the CPU.

I know its overkill on both but its future proof.

Any thoughts on this? I might get the rheobus for xmas.
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Der Wasserkuhlung anyone?

Rheobus ftw, very nice and I have used up to 2 fans per channel.
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Der Wasserkuhlung anyone?

Rheobus ftw, very nice and I have used up to 2 fans per channel.
Der wasserkuhlung ist super toll. (If that is correct german xD)


Anyone got any thoughts?
Edited by Zippit - 12/17/09 at 11:46am
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LOL troll? y I was just expressing my love for Water cooling.
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