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Windows 7: Noisy multi speed Fan

30 Dec 2011   #31

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

Here is a possibility:

Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 LP CPU Cooler at - Koolertek

More detail:

Freezer 7 LP CPU Cooling Arctic Cooling

very low profile; includes thermal paste; It is a pwm fan and I don't know what rpm it would run at on your motherboard;

Here is another; not as low profile, but probably low enough; you'd have to search for a dealer as newegg and koolertek are out of stock; it may be discontinued. It is also pwm.

Alpine 7 PRO CPU Cooling Arctic Cooling

here is a review of it:

Arctic Cooling Alpine 7 Pro Intel Heatsink Review -

Arctic Cooling stuff is usually pretty good, but do your own research.

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30 Dec 2011   #32

Windows 7 Home premium 64bit SP 1

Thanks, I'll take a look at the "Freezer 7 LP".
I don't know much about "Pulse-width Modulation" or how to tell if my system supports it, but I can tell you that as the load increases on the processor the old "Snail-Fan" speed increases immensely, sounds similar to a F-16 at takeoff!
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