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Old 04-15-2009, 10:22 PM   #2141 (permalink)
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I have an old case I am tempting to mod, perhaps use some of my ten MASSCOOL fans compliments of Newegg.
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That thing will be so ridiculously loud...masscool fans are great for deafening you. 28 to 32 dBa each...jet taking off anyone?
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Old 04-15-2009, 11:21 PM   #2143 (permalink)
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I may have an Ultra mid tower case I could sell... lol
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Old 04-15-2009, 11:24 PM   #2144 (permalink)
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Maybe it would levitate out from under my desk and go somewhere cooler?

I'm thinking Coolermaster, everyone seems to speak good things about them
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Ill give you a 1/10 pyro, cause you have used zip ties, lol.

As for masscool fans, what rpm are the at?? 28-32dba will be twice as loud as a 20dba fan, but only at the same rpm. If the masscool fans are at a really low rmp they might not be very audilbe even though they have a high dba rating.
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Old 04-15-2009, 11:46 PM   #2146 (permalink)
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Fan Size 80mm
Bearing Type Ball
RPM 270010% RPM
Air Flow 32.95 cfm at 2700 RPM
Noise Level 26.5 dBA
Power Connector 3 / 4 Pin
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Fan Size 80mm
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RPM 270010% RPM
Air Flow 32.95 cfm at 2700 RPM
Noise Level 26.5 dBA
Power Connector 3 / 4 Pin
Ouch, they wont sound good. And they dont push much air at all.

Look for fans under 25dba and under 2000rpm if you dont want to hear them very much. You should be able to find ones with a higher cfm rating than that as well, even for 80mm fans.
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1500rpm would be nice.
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Fan Size 80mm
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RPM 270010% RPM
Air Flow 32.95 cfm at 2700 RPM
Noise Level 26.5 dBA
Power Connector 3 / 4 Pin
So not only does it suck but its loud at the same time. Look into Yate loon and scythe fans they push a good bit of air and don't burst your eardrums in the process. Newegg carries Scythe but I don't think they have Yate loon.
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Coolermaster makes some good fans...at least, the larger ones are alright.

But yeah, scythe and yate loons can't be beat in dBa to performance ratio.
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