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|16th March 2007, 17:31||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2005
Noctua NF-S12 80mm & 120mm Fans Review
Without a doubt, these are the quietest fans I have used to date. A standard enclosure can hold up to three 120mm fans generating 30dBA plus each. That makes for a very noisy situation. The NF-S12's in U.L.N.A. will generate around 1/5th of that. Just imagine these fans cooling a radiator in a watercooling setup; now that would be an ultra quiet PC.
|16th March 2007, 17:35||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2005
Noctua fans are popular these days, because we've got two other sites covering the same fans :
A True Review
That last review is by far the most extensive, and provides some competition as well...
Last edited by thorgal : 16th March 2007 at 17:41.
|17th March 2007, 10:08||#3|
I got a couple of the Noctua S12 1200 here at home, and even though they are fugly like hell, they are oh so quiet
I can only recommend those to people who wants silence.
PS: no need to use the U.L.N.A, even at 12V they can't be heard
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