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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-07-2020, 10:13 PM - Thread Starter
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its be a while that i got any new rad fans so someone point me to the best low rpm high volume fan. and of please no water cooling moderators answer I have seen they know nothing or even less. I could ask my wife who knows nothing and get better answers

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The Noctua NF-A12x25 pwm is among the quietest while providing good sp.

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its be a while that i got any new rad fans so someone point me to the best low rpm high volume fan. and of please no water cooling moderators answer I have seen they know nothing or even less. I could ask my wife who knows nothing and get better answers
Assuming you need 120mm fans?

The Noctua NF-A12x25 are currently the best, but they're stupid expensive, so costs get get pretty crazy depending on how many fans you need.

The be quiet! Silent Wings 3 PWM's can be had for nearly half the price and are almost as good(And they're way less ugly imo). Its the fan I'd go with.

What watercooling moderators are you referring to? I don't think this forum even has any specific watercooling moderators?
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Thank you sir you have given me all the info I need
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What watercooling moderators are you referring to? I don't think this forum even has any specific watercooling moderators?
They seem to have some sort of beef with ciarlatano.

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I third the Noctua NF-A12x25 fans, they are unbeatable in noise/performance, they aren't the cheapest(in fact they are usually on the most expensive side of things), but man do you get what you pay for

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Thank you very much gentlemen your info was spot on and + rep to all who helped
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And Mr lerkah I do know a lot but I am smart enough to know that everyone here knows something I don’t
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Cryorig's QF Performance series is also among the best in terms of dB/CFM. for ~$20 they offered a bit better ratio of sound to air pressure VS the 120mm be quiet! Silent Wings 3 High-Speed PWMs I also have, but the Silent Wings look a bit cooler.

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