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  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

The Riing fans are pretty low RPM fans at max to being with. When things ramp up, it's more whooshy then tornado. Hard to describe sounds in words. I capped the 3 exhaust fans at 90% using the BIOS, and the 2 upper intakes are using the inline resisters to slow them down, as they're being run through the Fractal AIO fan hub.

It all can get hot when pushed for a long period of time, but no throttling and "least" amount of noise - which is what I wanted to achieve. Could be cooler if I uncorked the fans a bit more, but it'll rarely get pushed that hard (synthetic bench) for that long when used for reals. Sounds like that would work for you too?

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah that should work for me. I am going to try to try keep the noise as low as I can without any throttling (which I guess is the goal for most builds!).

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