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    Silent LED Fans

    Does anyone know any quiet LED fans (preferably blue)? where could i get some?
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    Quietest that I know of are Coolermaster's but they don't like being undervolted (dim quickly).

    I've got a couple spare if you are interested, say £3 each + postage?

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    i use 3 red CM fans and 1 Bl00 CM fan in my BW. there ok, push air fine, but tend to go dull after a while.
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    Akasa's are good, especialy the manual control ones, dont waste your money on cheap sleeve bearing fans, make sure you go for ball bearing as these will last longer and should make less noise for the airflow, also you cant really go mounting sleeve bearing fans horizontal such as a top blowhole as this will cause them to fail a lot sooner.
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