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Windows 7: Fan for my push pull h60

23 Feb 2012   #21

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Perfect then the 31's will be fine. But as mentioned you can do as Everlong suggested and that's a really clean alternative and everyone has tons of those around.

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24 Feb 2012   #22

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24 Feb 2012   #23

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The NF-F12 is hot off the press and looks very cool. Also the pricing I've seen is actually less than the NF-P12's which is what I use for the radiators and case fans. I feel your likely splitting hairs but I do like the rubber mounts, ver.2.0 bearing and air flow control of this new F12 design. If I was building a new system that's what I would go with ....and I dig the looks.
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24 Feb 2012   #24

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Heh i have to say its the nices one by far but i do wish they made them in black :P
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24 Feb 2012   #25

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I say Viva la difference !
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24 Feb 2012   #26

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I had looked at those before I chose the p12's. The reviews all seemed to say they were slightly noisier with similar airflow. So I went with the proven model. A Guy
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24 Feb 2012   #27

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Good call 22.4 db vs 19.8 db the p12's are quieter by a little bit.
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24 Feb 2012   #28

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I hear fans, but it is way less. As soon as I install the GPU radiator tomorrow, I should have quiet (Pictures when done).

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25 Feb 2012   #29

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A Guy,
And I hear you! As an audiophile I can't stand any noise underneath my music enjoyment and even in total silence it's amazing the ac hum and hash my ears hear, so a fan in a rig is always in loudness degree's and I went from Generic case, Ultra and Thermaltake brand at like 8/10th's, speed controlled down to an effective 5/10th's to the Noc's which are run wide open at around 3/10th's on the "quiet/silent to pull my hair out" loudness scale.
Can't wait for the pic's !
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25 Feb 2012   #30

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