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    Which one to get for quietness & performance?

    I have a major issue with noise!

    I really can't stand having really noisy fans and I'm not sure which liquid cooler to get!

    I have read up and some people advise to replace the fans that Corsair give you, but what is your opinion?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Which one to get for quietness & performance?

    i use scythe fans very quiet even at 2k rpm ..got 6x

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    Re: Which one to get for quietness & performance?

    Noctua fans are very good great airflow and quiet a bit pricey the NF-P12 PWM also come with a low noise adapter that reduces the speed down from 1300 RPM to 900 RPM fitting a pair of these should provide more than adequate cooling provided you are not going to extremely overclock your CPU

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    • flearider's system
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      • ryzen 1700@4ghz
      • Memory:
      • 16gb gskill flare cl14 3200
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      • Graphics card(s):
      • gigabyte r9 290
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    Re: Which one to get for quietness & performance?

    if ya can use a push pull config on the rad .. then you can turn down fans for less noise

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