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Old 15-03-13, 11:49 PM
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H60 2013 Replacement Fans

I have a H60 2013, however i want to replace the stock fans, if there are any fans that will lower the temperatures i would like to purchase and use them.
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Old 15-03-13, 11:55 PM
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Decrease the temperatures?

Depends how loud you're prepared to have them.

You could get Noctua NF-F12/P12s or Corsair SP Performance.

Have you tried running your current fans at full speed off molex?
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Old 16-03-13, 12:05 AM
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I also want a fan that's quieter than the stock one, so running off of a molex isn't an option.
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Old 16-03-13, 12:21 AM
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quieter=warmer temps

the included H60 fan is a lower output (2000rpm/54cfm/2.36mm/h2o/30.85dbA)
SP120L 4-pin PWM thats included in the H100i/80i (2700rpm/77cfm/3.3mm/h2o/37.68dbA)
unless you can manage a higher static and maintain or greater cfm for lower dbA
one of the requirements you desire is going to suffer.
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Old 16-03-13, 08:23 AM
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Yea it's not really about the fans really - it's the fin density on the radiator. More air = more noise. So it is a straight noise for heat trade off.
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Old 16-03-13, 08:28 AM
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good temps and very quiet? noctua nf f12
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You wont get quieter and cooler mate. Doesnt work like that.
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Okay, thanks. So as noise is the main factor that i want to eliminate or lower then what fan should i purchase?
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Okay, thanks. So as noise is the main factor that i want to eliminate or lower then what fan should i purchase?
noctua nf f12
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Old 16-03-13, 03:50 PM
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I use cougar vortex fans. They`re a good balance between CFM and decibels!
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