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    i have a xaser 2 aluminum case. I heard that the fans are not that good....which ones would; u guys reccomend? And, what is a good amount of airflow (32.5?) and is 30 db too loud?

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    32.5 is better than average for a medium speed fan, 30 db is slightly above average too, but it's quiet enough for most people

    good fans depends on what you want...quiet case or cool (temps) case

    ball barring fans last longer and sleve fans are quieter

    if that is the specs of your current fans, then I'd say you are fine...although there are more silent (and louder too) fans around
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    Quote Originally Posted by oboeman2002
    i have a xaser 2 aluminum case. I heard that the fans are not that good....which ones would; u guys reccomend? And, what is a good amount of airflow (32.5?) and is 30 db too loud?
    I would suggest Panaflo fans .
    They push out max air volume with maximum quiet due to their "HYDROFLO" design . :thumb:

    The best (most common) three speed/airflo models can be purchased HERE .

    Specs for all Panaflo models found HERE

    Ask most any person about Panaflo's and they will all agree on just how good they are .


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