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Old 13-06-13, 10:26 PM
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You do know you can have two 140mm fans in the front (and on the top)? Since they are bigger they can be adjusted to a lower RPM to be quieter while still pulling the same air.

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Old 13-06-13, 10:52 PM
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You do know you can have two 140mm fans in the front (and on the top)? Since they are bigger they can be adjusted to a lower RPM to be quieter while still pulling the same air.
I'd already bought the 2 x 120's, I can always swap them out in the future if I need, good point though, thank you.
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