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Originally Posted by Blizlake View Post

Bitfenix's Spectres and Spectre Pro's are great fans, come in pure black and pure white (and loads of different led choices, too).
I've got 2 of both the regular and pro's. The regular spectres are practically inaudible from roughly one meter away.

I find the non-led version (regular) emits a clicky noise where the LED version doesn't. I have no idea why this is, maybe they use a different bearing or I received a duff batch but every Led Spectre I own is amazingly quiet and great value.
post #3462 of 15859
I dunno, my regular spectres are amazingly quiet without any clickiness at all. I'm a bit puzzled though 'cause my regular spectre makes practically no noise at all @12V but the Pro's are like small hurricanes @12V (they do push good amount of air though) biggrin.gif
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will get pictures up as soon as my R4 arrives, hehe.
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post #3464 of 15859
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I'm a bit puzzled though 'cause my regular spectre makes practically no noise at all @12V but the Pro's are like small hurricanes @12V (they do push good amount of air though)

thats why they call 'em pro...*grin* and now in PWM, too

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I made a side panel on my Arc mini it's not perfect but it's very cool



post #3466 of 15859
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Does anyone have pictures of an arc case with LED fans? I really want to put some on my PC =)

Heres mine before i removed the dust filter thumb.gif



And after i removed the filter (not sure which you were after)



Fans off

post #3467 of 15859
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Heres mine before i removed the dust filter thumb.gif

And after i removed the filter (not sure which you were after)

Fans off

Awesome just what I was looking for! Thank you!thumb.gif
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I made a side panel on my Arc mini it's not perfect but it's very cool

That looks really nice! Good work.

I am going to take out the bottom cage for my Midi soon. I looked at some videos of how to get the rivet out but I don't want to use a drill bit and just drill in the center. Is there not anyway I can take it out and reuse the rivet if I want to put it back later?
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That looks really nice! Good work.
I am going to take out the bottom cage for my Midi soon. I looked at some videos of how to get the rivet out but I don't want to use a drill bit and just drill in the center. Is there not anyway I can take it out and reuse the rivet if I want to put it back later?

Nope, You have to drill the rivet out AFAIK. I removed both my HDD cages. and if I want to put them back in, I just gotta pop rivet again. No big deal. I will actually have to do that sometime in the next 3 months when I move to Node 304 biggrin.gif
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post #3470 of 15859
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I dunno, my regular spectres are amazingly quiet without any clickiness at all. I'm a bit puzzled though 'cause my regular spectre makes practically no noise at all @12V but the Pro's are like small hurricanes @12V (they do push good amount of air though) biggrin.gif

ah cool, hopefully it was a bad batch - I've sadly advised people off the non-LED ones in favour of the LED ones because of this. still the LED's can be turned off so no harm really :-s
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