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SilenX 80mm 14dBA Thermistor Fan Review

Posted on Thursday, July 15 2004 @ 10:12:38 CEST by LSDsmurf


A noisy computer can be very annoying. Overclockers and modders want cool for their boxes but find the solution of lots of fans results in loud noise. And even if you have not gone to extremes with fans, over time you can become aware of how noisy your PC is. This is when you try to solve the problem with quiet solutions. While we have looked at liquid cooling in the past, today we will look at a more conventional approach of using quiet fans. We run the SilenX 80mm 14dBA Thermistor fan through its paces here @ ModSynergy



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