WoodenMarker

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About WoodenMarker

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    Playground Accessory
  • Birthday 1994-07-27

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    Intel i7-5930K
  • Motherboard
    Msi X99S MPower
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    G.skill Ripjaws V 2x16GB DDR4 CL15 2400Mhz
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    XFX 290x DD 4GB
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    Fractal Design Define S
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    Samsung 850 Evo mSATA 500GB, 2x WD Red 3TB
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    Cooler Master V850
  • Display(s)
    Wacom Cintiq 22HD, LG 31MU97, Dell U2410
  • Cooling
    NH-D15, NF-A15's, NF-A14's
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    Logitech G710+
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    Logitech G502
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    Klipsch ProMedia 2.1, Superlux HD668B, Blue Snowball, TMS Boom Arm
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  1. Yep.
  2. My favorite fan is the NF-S12A PWM. If you're looking for great fans and don't have any limit on budget, Silent Wings 3's or NF-A14's would be excellent.
  3. What's preventing you from using a standard 25mm thick fan at the back?
  4. Where are you shopping/located? Budget? What are you looking for in fans? In regards to acoustics, Cryorig's XF fans would be a downgrade from noctuas.
  5. They're high performance fans that aren't that loud. They aren't as quiet as the other fans already mentioned in this thread. They're good but not amazing. The MasterFan Air is similar to the ML's in that they are good high rpm fans that are relatively quiet. If you're mainly looking for a quiet fans, skip this. Silencios are quiet but sacrifices more airflow for static pressure in its design and wouldn't as good as the other fans previously mentioned.
  6. Hyperboreas aren't necessarily better but are much cheaper: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/qKvRsY/rosewill-case-fan-rocf11004
  7. Both the Kotetsu and Fuma are from Scythe. The Kotetsu should clear the dimm slots completely and the Fuma should allow for slightly taller than standard profile. http://www.pcgameware.co.uk/reviews/cpu-coolers/scythe-fuma-cpu-cooler-review/
  8. Oh, I didn't notice that you were using Canadian sites. The NF-F12 iPPC is good but there are better or cheaper fans. If you're alright with grey and don't mind cancelling the order, a NF-S12B would be quieter and save a bit of money. https://www.amazon.ca/Noctua-NF-S12B-redux-1200-120x120x25mm-1200rpm/dp/B00KHRGQOU/ref=sr_1_8?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1487144373&sr=1-8&keywords=pwm+noctua
  9. Like I said, SW3's would be better. They're cheaper on newegg: http://pcpartpicker.com/product/WrvZxr/be-quiet-bl066-505-cfm-120mm-fan-bl066 The high speed version is also similarly priced if you need to shop from ncix for some reason. http://www.ncixus.com/products/?usaffiliateid=1000031504&sku=136746&promoid=1299
  10. What is 'this' referring to?
  11. Adding another fan won't make much of a difference unless it's to make up for lack of airflow at very low rpms.
  12. Why get a new motherboard?
  13. It performs similarly while being quieter.
  14. A SW3 would be both cheaper and better. iPPC's aren't worth getting if you don't need the extra robustness.
  15. Depending on how much you want to spend, the best value coolers are probably: PR Slim: http://pcpartpicker.com/product/hyQRsY/be-quiet-pure-rock-slim-351-cfm-cpu-cooler-bk008 Kotetsu: http://pcpartpicker.com/product/7998TW/scythe-cpu-cooler-scktt1000 Fuma: https://www.amazon.com/Scythe-SCNJ-4000-Ninja-Cooler-Heatsink/dp/B017S3ZJNY/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1487134813&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=scyteh+fuma