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I got this cooler and want to run push pull with two slow quiet rpm fans. What are some good fans. Should they be 3 or 4 pin? Do you use a splitter or wire them off psu?
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1. Welcome to OCN
2. I use the Stock fan with Motherboard control because It's good and relatively quiet, works on higher RPM only when needed, with a Spire Bluestar 90 which is controlled by a PCI Fan Control Unit so I can control the speed&Noise levels.
3. Would you like to join the Club?
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I got this cooler and want to run push pull with two slow quiet rpm fans. What are some good fans. Should they be 3 or 4 pin? Do you use a splitter or wire them off psu?
P.S. 3-Pin fans means they do not have Speed control. 4-pin Fans do.

for example the stock cooler has PWM control which lets u control it's speed, you can set your mobo to adjust the speed of the fan automatically according to the temperatures, it's 4-pin, the 4th cable is for This speed control.

3-pin fans do not have the speed control, therefore you will NOT be able to control it's speed

So.. according to what you say, you need quiet fans, so I recommend you get some 4-pin fans in order to be able to fully control it's speed and lower the noise levels
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Thanks for the help. How do I join? I was thinking of just splicing two new fans into the four pin connection to avoid the controller. Like these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-048-_-Product
Or get two low speed fans and just plug them in http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835191010

Just looking to make it even quieter. Cant seem to find any 800-1200 rpm fans in this range? Anyone slap a 120mm on the tx3?
Edited by SUPERBONG - 9/24/10 at 8:49am
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Thanks for the help. How do I join? I was thinking of just splicing two new fans into the four pin connection to avoid the controller. Like these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-048-_-Product
Or get two low speed fans and just plug them in http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835191010

Just looking to make it even quieter. Cant seem to find any 800-1200 rpm fans in this range? Anyone slap a 120mm on the tx3?
The first is PWM and the 2nd is a regular 3-pin. I suggest you just get a quiet PWM fan for the Push and an ~2000rpm fan for the pull, or just a fan with a controller for the pull, so it won't run too low behind the push fan. By the way, if you wanna join, all you have to do is ask, I will post your name and your fan configuration (if you'll tell me what it is) on the 1st page
post #97 of 305
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Also, Do you plan on overclocking? 'Cause if not I think the Blade Master 92 (the stock fan) will do just fine. It only gets hearable @ around ~2400rpm.
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Yes i will join, just running a stock fan. The tx3 is a lot quieter than stock Intel heat sink. Is it worth it to upgrade the stock tx3 fan? Did adding a fan make it louder? And I don't plan on a OC my aim is for laptop db range. I was also thinking of rigging a 120mm 800 rpm fan in there. Just want to get rid of the buzzing and narrowed it down to the stock 92mm fan. Maybe I will just get nice 92mm fan.
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post #99 of 305
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Yes i will join, just running a stock fan. The tx3 is a lot quieter than stock Intel heat sink. Is it worth it to upgrade the stock tx3 fan? Did adding a fan make it louder?
Well. The stock fan is abit slower than 3000rpm at it's max, in my case, I added a PCI-Controlled Spire Bluestar 90 fan, so I will be able to maintain an effective push&pull configuratin. I run the Spire Bluestar at around 2400rpm so it will not run behind the push fan too much (Push fan is, as I said around 2960rpm at max) and that helps the temps abit. I suggest you use the Stock fan as Push, plugged into the 4-pin Socket and with Speed-control enabled (through the BIOS in case you dont know), that will make sure to maintain good temperatures combined with silent operation. Add a ~2000rpm 3-pin Fan as Pull, As quiet as you can get, With the higest CFM rating you see. The Stock fan's CFM, AFAIK, is 54, so try to get a fan as close as possible to that without exceeding 2000rpm (that would be hearable).
post #100 of 305
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I'm going to add you, and for now I will write your fan configuration as Stock. Welcome post here if you ever get any fans or need any help
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