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hi guse frist off i did not build my water cooling set up sidewinders did
but some of you know that.
any way i want to change out the dumb fans they used for my rads i say rads cuss they have them in a sandwich.
any way the 3 fans the installed or Delta 120x120x25mm FFB1212EH-F00
there so loud i cant stand it any more
and i want to change them out for these
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Product...19092(ME).aspx
now how much of a temp incress will i get
and the resoon i want to do this is i cant even chat when gaming all the other player here is my fans it realy sucks
oh and these or the 2 rads i need to cool
top rad Swiftech MCR320-QP Quiet Power 3X120mm - Black cools the cpu loop
and the bottom rad HW Labs Black Ice SR1 360 Carbon Black - Triple
120mm cools the gpu loop.
so i just want to know how much my temps will go up
are the fans i picked out going to work for me
and will i hear a big diff in noise from 56.4DBA to 37.00 dBA
thanks for any help i get.
sorry i for got the dalta fans or 154cmf and the ones i want or 110 cmf
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unstack the radiators, put the deltas on a fan conroller and the sr1, and get some scythe gentle typhoons for your mcr-320.

i don't really know how much the temps will go up by, but stacked radaitors don't show any perfomace gains at all compared to single radiators because the hot air from the first rad is going through the second rad which basically re-heats the water. So doing that alone should improve temps and if you get the gentle typhoons you should get even better temps on your mcr.
    
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Get 6x low speed yate loons, and un-stack the radiators. Your rig will be MUCH quieter and you will actually get better temperatures because your radiators will not be useless (like they are when stacked).
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