I have a Gladiator 600, which has two fans. One front 120mm 19 dBa intake (1200 rpm I think), and one top 140 mm 19 dBA exhaust fan (1200 rpm). I want to put a 120mm for the rear fan, but I want it to be veeeery quiet. Quieter than these two I have.
I've used this Scythe before when building a system with the same case http://tinyurl.com/dlhv3x but now it's out of stock! I liked that it was S-FDB.
You have fans running at 19db already, adding another 19db would be fine right? It'll add about 1-2 db to the loudness, but it will double the CFM of the fan you linked above, just saying, it's a better cooling solution.
or OR he can have 4 silent fans on his case and still have good airflow
as long as there is air moving things should be pretty breezy inside his case no? oh well its up to jd in the end
@Computer Nugget: True but I'd much rather spend 10 dollars on good airflow and quietness at 19db than a 10db fan with bad airflow, 30 CFM is complete crap for a 120mm...
Thing is, that Cooler Master is notoriously louder than 19 dBA from all the reviews I read at newegg.
It's also 2000 rpm instead of 1200 rpm like the ones that come with the case.