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Old 15th February 2004, 16:05   #1
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Kill the noise in your system without affecting cooling performance, is it possible?

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With all these fans running at full speed is what only a matter of time for someone to step up and provide solutions for slowing them down and killing the noise, the AcoustiFan combines several methods into one product, did they succeed?
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maybe i should read the article *before* replying : )
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nice reply RB , read first, reply afterwards

this fan is really silent compared to the already quiet Papst.
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What value is that resistor to control the fan voltage? I'd like to try that instead of switching the wires on my molex connectors(to get 7v)
Looks like Green Blue Black Gold.
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Looks like green blue black gold to me.
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