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23 Noctua fans? Well... yeaa! [Upgraded to 18 Cores]

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Speechless lol so awesome.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey man could you Show us how u mounted the fans to your gpu?

 

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This is the Card i had at this time. I just removed the two fans that came with the gpu and strapped the noctuas with zipties onto it :)

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Why do you need so much Fans? Damn


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I just think this is so cool. I wanna do this someday!


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You know how people say it's a shame they are that typical brown and beige?

 

I actually quite like them.


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This is the Card i had at this time. I just removed the two fans that came with the gpu and strapped the noctuas with zipties onto it :)

Noctua on GPUs GTW!

Even though I can't set mine lower than cca 460RPM because of this stupid board, I still love them.


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Is that a...home depot? in Germoney?


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Hey, have you ever heard of a company called Noctua? They make some really great fans and coolers, maybe even the best around. But they're not that well known, it's a shame really.

Just kidding... I love my Noctua cooler, it's so quiet. :)
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Shit sorry dude forgot to sub but I am now. I've been looking forward to seeing the copper tubing since you first mentioned it :D

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So. Rig is up and running on PVC tubes right now to determine noise levels. But i think this is the place where it stays :D So... next thing is deciding where to run the copper lines. But this time it is so close to the rig, that i am not sure if it is worth the hustle to be honest :/ at first i was thinking about moving the rads to the other room :) tubes through the wall... xD 

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Oh man this build is so baller.

 

But I must tell you , personaly , if the rads would be above the PC it kinda brakes the silent point and it's just for the looks.

 

Still cool IMO

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Oh man this build is so baller.

 

But I must tell you , personaly , if the rads would be above the PC it kinda brakes the silent point and it's just for the looks.

 

Still cool IMO

Mate, these are noctua fans. There is so much rad space they barely even have to spin up past ~600 RPM, this is basically as silent as it gets. The pump is the loudest part of the build.


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Mate, these are noctua fans. There is so much rad space they barely even have to spin up past ~600 RPM, this is basically as silent as it gets. The pump is the loudest part of the build.

 

Exactly! You cant hear the fans :) Only if the Pump goes 100% it is slightly audible. :) btw: The Fans spin around 430-600RPM :) MAXIMUM! :)  But the PVC tubing between Rads and PC doesnt look that nice imo :(

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Mate, these are noctua fans. There is so much rad space they barely even have to spin up past ~600 RPM, this is basically as silent as it gets. The pump is the loudest part of the build.

600RPM doesnt tell me how loud it actually is but i guess its very silent , those are noctua fans after all

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