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  1. Followup, the 612 fits like a dream, pics and more at https://pcpartpicker.com/user/tater1337/builds/
  2. Just wondering if anyone has looked into this. might be cool to have a system that has temperatures cooler than ambient
  3. I have a HAF 912 case that I want to manage airflow better, it currently has two 120mm standard fans and I want to max out the fans in can have(two 200mm and one 140mm, and 120mm) should I look into PWM fans? motherboard (asus p8z77) can support 3 (plus cpu fan). the idea of fan curves appeals to me for noise. finding them is also another matter
  4. ok, I think I have all the info you might need to help me decide Cooler master HAF 912 case Intel Core i7 3770 @ 3.40GHz ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. P8Z77-V LK (LGA1155) Crucial Technology BLT4G3D1608DT1TX0 (4 sticks) current cooler has speccy show temps of 60-80c, I need to pull the case apart to see what model, but i am pretty sure it was a generic stock one. not even listed on the reciept. my 1st question is the noise ratings on the two CPU coolers Cooler Master Hyper 612 Ver.2 11-20db Cooler Master Hyper 212X DUAL 36db I looked at all the other air coolers (and some liquid) and almost all of them have ~30db for noise specs, is the max db for the 612 right, or a typo? I want the quietest option. most reviews i see usually refer to the early 612, which seemed to have some performance issues 2nd question, will either fit? I am pretty sure it is a yes, the haf is a midsize case that says it can handle 175mm height coolers. other things are more fans and an after-market cooler for my GTX 650ti boost, but those are other stories