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Just ordered a TT, wondering if it's really necessary at all to swap the stock 120mm fan for another aftermarket fan
 

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Not really, it already has LEDs and a Fan Controller. You could leave it at 1000RPM at all times unless you want to do benchmarks or see how far you can overclock.
 

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Not really, it already has LEDs and a Fan Controller. You could leave it at 1000RPM at all times unless you want to do benchmarks or see how far you can overclock.
No LED's on the Tuniq Tower.
 

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I replaced the fan of my Tuniq with a silverstone nifty high cfm superdooper fan of speed and it made no significant difference in temperatures.
 

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theres a blue LED version of the TT

I must have missed out on that.

Replacing the fans isn't necessary. The fan that comes with the Tower runs some pretty high RPMs and pushes a lot of air.
 

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i would say its worth it, but only if you replace it with something as powerful or more powerful than a Silverstone FM121... they can reduce temps by around 5 deg
 

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http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de12ff1.html


LMAO! Thats alot of air to push out. I currently have a Panflo pushing air onto my TT and the stock one on the TT and i have yet to see a difference in temp decrease. I dont think its worth it for performance. But it sure is cool to say you swaped it out for another one.....
 

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thats actually what i plan on gettin in the winter. tuniq + delta 120x120x25mm fan. it was the only fan on their site that i found that would fit the tuniq. and it has high cfm. i dont really care about sound
 
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