I was thinking at the Scythe Kaze for the case or even for the CPUs cooler, but after reading the customer reviews it seems that this fan is extremly noisy. I am putting that computer in my bedroom and I don't want something noisy (doesn't care if it's while gaming).
So what is you guys suggestion?
I can put up to 10 fans into that case. I was thinking at adding two at the bottom and two onto the cpu cooler (one push, other suck).
Budget for cpu cooler + fans is 100$ (so 40$ for fans MAX)
Edit: I am a big noob with fan and all that stuff, so if you have any suggestion, feel free to help
The reason I want to put the fans (suck) at the bottom is because the cooler air is there and there's already top fans provided with the case (one or two 120mm, can't remember)...
Scythe S-Flex fans are recommended at silentpcreview for being quiet. So the 1200RPM version if you are leaning more towards quiet and the 1600RPM one if you want a bit more airflow.
1600 RPM one would be good at a push/pull setup on the venomous? As I have a ton of pages still unread about air cooling, I would like to know if it is because of their good static pressure that you selected these fans (with in mind noise/performance ratio of course ).
Of course the 3000RPM version is going to be noisy. Are you sure your case can accomodate 38mm thick fans?
No I don't know... I was thinking at receiving the case, take the dimensions, but I don't have much time as I have to change the item list as soon as possible. The case also went available so if I want to change it, it is now or never. Thus, I don't have much time to search these informations so if you could help on that, I'd appreciate (I'll probably have to get these information by myself, I guess...)
I do not really understand static pressure, but the S-Flex on silentpcreview showed getting the highest CFM (~50) to low noise (~30dBA), whereas other fans were getting ~40CFM to ~30dBA. The 1900RPM version was not tested on SPCR, but is probably a good option if you want extra airflow.
A 38mm fan would probably be able to go into the rear exhaust and top exhausts, bottom intakes, and front intake if the HDD cage is removed.