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hey guys just a small post. im about to build me a amd 64 3500 on a neo2 plat mobo. ive got all the big stuff out of the way. I dont have enough for all the water cooling tech yet so i gotta stick w/ the cooling basics for now. SOO wat i need info on is wat are the best case fans that are out, or does pretty much anything work? gimme some feedback and ill check back asap for more info or questions

 

 

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id like it to be abotu 50/50 i guess. i mean im not a freakin mouse or sumthin that doesnt ever wanna be heard or something. i dont want it to be a loud constant annoying buzz, but just so its not too noticeable. and id like it to be somewhat cool for stability and performance. so yea

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This thermaltake one is very quite and blows a good amount of air. But some TT can be very loud.

 

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc....-999-135&depa=1

 

also could look at these...

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc....-129-009&depa=1

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc....-129-239&depa=1

 

But do want led fans? or non led fans? Also what kind of bda do you want?

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I got 2 Thermaltake Smart Case Fan 2 fans... I like them alot. LOTS OF AIRFLOW and not much louder than a fridge starting up its compressor and fan. Its all controlled by a Kingwin Thermal Center and when it gets hot, the fans get REALLY LOUD

 

My recommendation for your case cooling is to get a nice AUTOMATIC thermal controller for some piece of mind along with a few speed controllable fans. Some thermal sensors and the control wires are easy to install and its nice to have the computer know how fast to spin the fans. If you manually control it wrong, you COULD do some damage to your computer.

 

I heard good things about SilverStone's fans as well.. They got some nice white speed controlled fans ... some 80mm and a nice big 120mm. Dual ball bearing for longer life.

 

Good luck dude!

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