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I finally figured out how to mount my silicon RGB diffused strips. I wanted to be able to mount it similar to an oem type mount and not jacked up. I found aluminum channels that was perfect.
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I'm not sure about the E loop fans.

I've got the NF-F12 industrial ppc pwm on my top and bottom radiators set to ~40% or 800 rpm. They're near silent at this speed and work great.
Does Noctua sell different colored corners for the Industrial fans?
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Does Noctua sell different colored corners for the Industrial fans?

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Does Noctua sell different colored corners for the Industrial fans?
Infoseeker is correct.

I think that the 120 mm and 140 mm (I accidentally ordered 80 mm corners and they were not the same) corners are interchangeable across the noctua models. The same corners fit the Industrial, Chromax, and Redux fans that I have.

They look good with black.
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good to know! Thanks for that. I see you have the 2000rpm's I assume the 3000rpm ones are pretty loud. Im actually still using four GT 3000rpm pwm's in P/P on my intake radiator. They've been rock solid!
Sure wish those black NFA12X25's would get released though
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Yeah, I've got one of the industrial 140s. at full speed it moves a ton of air, but is unbearable for me. When I used it, I slowed it down substantially and was satisfied with noise/performance.
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Infoseeker is correct.

I think that the 120 mm and 140 mm (I accidentally ordered 80 mm corners and they were not the same) corners are interchangeable across the noctua models. The same corners fit the Industrial, Chromax, and Redux fans that I have.

They look good with black.
Are the Industrial fans your favorite of the three Noctuas?
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Are the Industrial fans your favorite of the three Noctuas?
yep. I also like that the industrial create the most pressure for my radiators. If I was buying them all over again, I'd just go straight to the 2,000rpm industrial fans.

I've also got a few of the slim 15mm chromax fans that I'm quite happy with.

I wanted black fans. Gotta wonder... there's no way zakk wylde would own brown fans.

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Noctua industrial fans also is my first choice for watercooling because of the high static pressure
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i know stuff is ugly.

i was gonna get the 2K fan until i saw the 3K for the same price on amazon. the bummer is i get 2475rpm/100% off the aquaero. its a known issue i forgot

still at ~960 they seem to push air i can feel at the rad whereas the EK vadars needed ~1250. ya know - going by *feels*

i'll agree the 3K are over kill but being the same price . . . i guess . .

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