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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835150052 96cfm and aren't loud at all. Very nice for 5.99 plus its sleeved
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you dont need fast fans. Find low rpm fans like at 50-60 CFM and youll be fine. The heatercore really doesnt need super flow like i said with my setup there wasnt even warm air coming off that rad. the end tanks were even cold so i see no need to get louder high rpm fans to do this job. Save the noise.

http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16811999965
these are the fans i use. nice and pretty quiet @ 76 cfm
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Both excellent suggestions. As my design plans for the rad will allow me to control the speed of the fans, I will probably lean towards the Masscool. That way I have some headroom for suicide runs and such. You guys like my kinda prices BTW!

EDIT: Changed parts list...again.
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Parts list updated.
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Ok so my MAZE4 arrived today! Thanks WaxShop!
I will post pics of this project as I progress and once I get my camera back. LOL
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Picked my Stinger block up today from fstfrddy! This thing is awesome. I can't wait to get my cam back and take pics of this stuff and my progress!
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Picked my Stinger block up today from fstfrddy! This thing is awesome. I can't wait to get my cam back and take pics of this stuff and my progress!
Very nice!! I really wanna see this block in action
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No one wants to see it go more than I, I cant wait to see how it will perform on an AMD versus the Prescott, But I have no fear.
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Here's the Stinger block. Note the mirror finish. Don't mind my smudges on it, that finish is tough to keep perfect. Credit due to fstfrddy for all his work.









The Maze4. *WaxShop - I didn't realize the deal ya cut me until I priced all the hardware you gave me. Thanks again.





And this is a 2 part project now officially. I am going to be upgrading to PCI-e and an A64 3700+ at the same time. Don't know what vid card yet, but that's going to be awhile so that's fine. Here's the mobo. A great geal from Lone136.







This board allows 3.1 vDimm max, and +0.38 vCore allowed over stock. Possible ~1.8 vCore!
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Well, stop bulling around and get that new rig up and running....LOL......Please keep use all up to day on the build
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