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    Member asterias's Avatar
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    Supersonic cooling

    Have a look at this baby for all you modders, this is a must


    http://www.casetech.co.uk/product_in...roducts_id/749

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    That thing is hugh and way too expensive for the low air flows I like (22 cfm vs what I use on my systems.

    http://2cooltek.safeshopper.com/34/401.htm?48

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    Huge, impressive looking...I'll wait for the die simulator results. I am currently playing with blowers and have not been impressed with my results on heat sinks. They do indicate some potiential for case ventilation aplications at lower (percieved) noise levels, however.

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    Hell, I just stuck my Delta on the shelf as it was too loud. Now using an old 80mm Tt smartfan with it's built in "rheostat" to keep it quiet. Don't need mega airflow anymore since I'm not running insane voltages. 41db is definantly too loud, no ifs, ands, or buts about it.

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    Senior Member Happy Joe's Avatar
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    Yea, I hear that. I found that a moderate amount of well directed (ducted) outside (room ambient) air works wonders, and now I can hear the doorbell etc.
    Since they started locking Bartons, I had better take care of this one.
    Enjoy!

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