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Cooler master centurion 534 case fan

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May 3, 2010 9:18:28 PM

Fan is almost at 6000 rpm. It is at the point to where the noise is getting on my nerves! I have not really tried messing with it. Any ideas?


Thanks.

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May 3, 2010 10:27:19 PM

The fans that come with the Centurion 534 don't run that fast. They are 120mm and dont even break 2000 rpm and are quiet. What are you using?
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May 4, 2010 1:42:49 AM

Never mind I figured it out. thanks. I realized that too.
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May 4, 2010 3:34:04 AM

joedood said:
Never mind I figured it out. thanks. I realized that too.


what was it? CPU cooler?
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May 4, 2010 4:08:18 AM

joeddod - Good to see you figured it out for yourself. That doesn't happen very often at this forum.

Falcon - at 6,000 rpm that would have be something like a small Delta fan. Delta actually had a 40mm fan rated at 9,500 rpm, 15.69 cfm, and 41.9 dBA. They were used to cool northbridge and southbridge chipsets:

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/delfub.html

I used to install Panaflo 120mm high rpm case fans. Didn't care about noise back then. Those were the good old days! :lol: 
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May 4, 2010 4:16:33 AM

Your probably right. But I seem to remember a CPU heatsink or two that hit 6000 at max RPM.

I have worked with a couple of NForce 4 boards that had chipset fans similar to what you described. They really bugged.
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