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    Default Re: Smallest ATX chassi? PC-V650?

    From your Noctua link:



    "The NH-C14 brings top-flow cooling to a new level by offering an exquisite, uniquely flexible 140mm dual fan setup: The two supplied NF-P14 premium fans can be installed on top and underneath the fin-stack to configure the cooler for maximum performance in dual fan mode and either lower profile (105mm) or maximum component clearance in single fan modes. Bundled with the award-winning NT-H1 thermal compound and Noctuas SecuFirm2 multi-socket mounting system, the NH-C14 is a highly flexible, premium-class top-flow solution that further boosts the renowned quiet cooling performance of the much acclaimed NH-C12P series."
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    Default Re: Smallest ATX chassi? PC-V650?

    So NH-C14 should fit into the PC-V650, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutalizer View Post
    So NH-C14 should fit into the PC-V650, right?
    Yes, both would fit. For the NH-C14, you would have to have just on the underside (i.e. low-profile mode).
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    Default Re: Smallest ATX chassi? PC-V650?

    I bought the PC-V650 and I really like it. I have bought the Noctua NH-C14 and I use only the lower fan. It works fine. However, the chassis fans sounds too loud, so I need to replace them. Which fans should I buy instead? I am looking for some: good - high end, fans.

    This guy says the 140mm Corsair AIR fans are good. Do you have any recommendations? I would need three 140mm fans, and one 120mm fan, right?
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    EDIT: Or, could I just lower the rpm on the current fans? How would I do that?
    And, I got a "buzzer" with the case. What is a "buzzer"?

    EDIT2: The case I got has correct cut out hole for the back of the cpu. This hole is wrongly placed in the pic, but my revision of the case has a correctly placed cut out hole:
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/L...s/install2.jpg

    EDIT 3: How can I limit the RPM of the fans? Is there any button or something? They are loud. Do I need to buy new fans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brutalizer View Post
    I bought the PC-V650 and I really like it. I have bought the Noctua NH-C14 and I use only the lower fan. It works fine. However, the chassis fans sounds too loud, so I need to replace them. Which fans should I buy instead? I am looking for some: good - high end, fans.

    This guy says the 140mm Corsair AIR fans are good. Do you have any recommendations? I would need three 140mm fans, and one 120mm fan, right?
    Watercooled Lian-Li PC-V650 [Build Log]

    EDIT: Or, could I just lower the rpm on the current fans? How would I do that?
    And, I got a "buzzer" with the case. What is a "buzzer"?

    EDIT2: The case I got has correct cut out hole for the back of the cpu. This hole is wrongly placed in the pic, but my revision of the case has a correctly placed cut out hole:
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/L...s/install2.jpg

    EDIT 3: How can I limit the RPM of the fans? Is there any button or something? They are loud. Do I need to buy new fans?
    Hi Brutalizer,

    If you are looking to replace the fans, there are two excellent roundups here on silentpcreview for 140mm fans: here and here.

    As there is no fan controller on the PC-V650, fan speed would be by changing the voltage via either the BIOS or software that comes on your motherboard.
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    Default Re: Smallest ATX chassi? PC-V650?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lian Li Tech View Post
    Hi Brutalizer,

    If you are looking to replace the fans, there is an two excellent roundups here on silentpcreview for 140mm fans: here and here.

    As there is no fan controller on the PC-V650, fan speed would be by changing the voltage via either the BIOS or software that comes on your motherboard.
    Thanks for your help. I bought the Corsair AIR TF140, but they are really loud. Maybe my mobo powers the fan too much, I should decrease the power to the fans so I can lower the RPM. I would prefer some manual regulator instead of software based, because I will run Unix operating system, and the software is most probably for Windows, not Unix. If you know of an elegant manual regulator, then please tell me.

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