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    Default Enzotech Ultra-X HSF

    Very, very nice
    Perhaps with a different fan, it could be a little more quiet
    Too bad it's $60

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    I like it and I love the SI-120 & SI-128.

    It needs to have a quiet 140mm fan to set it apart. Price? It will come down soon.
    Worth a good looking over. http://www.badcaps.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalvanizedYankee View Post
    It needs to have a quiet 140mm fan to set it apart.
    That would mean a huge fan hub... which then means a huge dead air zone right in the centre of the heatsink body.

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    do they still make TMD fans? that would eliminate the large central hub.
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    The largest TMD fans were like 74mm or something. I don't like them very much.

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    OK, here's a 140! http://www.xoxide.com/aerocool-strea...fan-black.html So where is this huge hub that will block all the air making it a useless fan. Sheesh!
    The point is, to make this Ultra cooler stand out from the pack. Use a 130mm or 135mm. No more than 60cfm is needed.

    I have a Sanyo Denki 120X38 case intake fan. THAT has a large hub but it will start/run in silence at 4.65V driving about 45cfm, at 12V 103cfm. It is far too heavy for a CPU's HS IMHO.
    Worth a good looking over. http://www.badcaps.net/

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