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Wow that looks amazing =D

One res it is! =P
I'm guessing two pumps to be preferred? since it's quite alot of radiators etc.
I'm thinking about the bitwspower dual d5 top

I run this setup on only 1 D5 it's a pwm one and I never hear it.

The setup as 2 x 480 and 2 x 360 rads thumb.gif
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Why pay so much for those Noctua Industrial fans and then turn them down anyway? Why not just get something like the Noiseblocker E-loops?
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Why pay so much for those Noctua Industrial fans and then turn them down anyway? Why not just get something like the Noiseblocker E-loops?
eLoop eLoop!! drunken.gif
seriously I love those fan, wondering when, if ever, they will release them in 140mm.
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post #7394 of 22180
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Yeah you could go with dual D5 and put them at low speed. I've only one on my loop and it works fine, but I keep it at 5 (silent enough to me).

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Originally Posted by akira749 View Post

I run this setup on only 1 D5 it's a pwm one and I never hear it.

The setup as 2 x 480 and 2 x 360 rads thumb.gif

Hmm, maybe I'll just go with one then =)

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Why pay so much for those Noctua Industrial fans and then turn them down anyway? Why not just get something like the Noiseblocker E-loops?

One reason is that I can easily turn them up if I need them to.
And their static pressure is unmatched. Notctua: 3.94 mm/H20 at 2000rpm and the NB one 2.24 mm/H20 at 2000rpm. So at lower rpms the noctua is still superior. If I'm not mistaken. And they don't come in 140mm^^
But nothing is decided yet, it's still a while until I can get started =P
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Don't go by manufacturer specs, please. It has already been shown multiple times that those can't be taken for granted.

If you are looking for 140mm fan, check the latest post in my build log (link in sig below). I am loving the Cougar fans and they keep coming up at 30-40% off on Newegg. Phanteks also make some excellent 140mm SP and XP fans as does B-Gears and Akasa. With the Noctua ones, you are paying for the brand name and dust/water resistant certification that you would never need.
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Hmm, maybe I'll just go with one then =)
One reason is that I can easily turn them up if I need them to.
And their static pressure is unmatched. Notctua: 3.94 mm/H20 at 2000rpm and the NB one 2.24 mm/H20 at 2000rpm. So at lower rpms the noctua is still superior. If I'm not mistaken. And they don't come in 140mm^^
But nothing is decided yet, it's still a while until I can get started =P


Comparison of manufacturer specs on fans is almost meaningless.
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Don't go by manufacturer specs, please. It has already been shown multiple times that those can't be taken for granted.

If you are looking for 140mm fan, check the latest post in my build log (link in sig below). I am loving the Cougar fans and they keep coming up at 30-40% off on Newegg. Phanteks also make some excellent 140mm SP and XP fans as does B-Gears and Akasa. With the Noctua ones, you are paying for the brand name and dust/water resistant certification that you would never need.

Ofc but they do show somewhat acurate info or they wouldn't be allowed to keep it up.

I have some cougar fans in my current build and I do quite like them.

Anyway, the point wasn't my fan choice but rather everything else, about the watercooling, like loop routes etc. If it will fit and so on
post #7398 of 22180
This is the best 140mm I have used. Although, you would have to be able to control the speed via PWM because IMO over 80% speed it gets a little loud, but moves a butt ton of air. It is the only exhaust on my case and I have it connected to the CPU header. Does a good job of expelling excess heat as the components in the case warm up.

Akasa Viper 140mm
http://www.akasa.com.tw/search.php?seed=AK-FN063
post #7399 of 22180
Just ordered a SMH10 to SMA8 conversion kit... Its only money right? Haha
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Just ordered a SMH10 to SMA8 conversion kit... Its only money right? Haha

You're a modding beast!
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