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|2nd December 2003, 18:02||#31|
Join Date: May 2002
Thanks for the comment!
placing a silent 120mm somewhere near to heatsink that blows cool air onto will make it very good performing though
|2nd December 2003, 18:20||#32|
I liked your idea of using it in a desktop case; I have a coolermaster atc-600-VX1 and was thinking of upgrading to a 2.4C. The airflow is not as good as in a tower, but it's a lot better than most other desktops.
120mm would do it, what's a good quiet 120mm?
|2nd December 2003, 21:13||#34|
a delta on a rheo kit: the power off delta and the silent off papst
papst are quite expensive but silent, or get an cheap enermax and use the potmeter ( same as rheokit )
|3rd December 2003, 07:33||#35|
yeah prob. papst or panaflo are the best. I use Papst 80mm with a zalman fan mate and heh, ADDA 60mm case fans that are suprisingly quiet.
Throw one of those 80mm or a 92mm on the sp-94 and you'll cool in peace.
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