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  1. Hi! Hopefully this is not already replied in other post... I've searched for it but no luck. All in all, I'm very happy with my Hyper T4 system but seems that lately the fan (I've only mounted one) is starting to produce some noises when I turn on the computer. After some minutes of operation, that sound gets attenuated by itself and disappears. I'm starting to think in a replacement in case it gets worse or stops working. I don't intend in changing everything, just that noisy fan. I keep the clamping accessories (it came with an additional set to mount a secondary fan but I can always take them from the noisy one). What fan would you recommend me to substitute it? If it's possible, the same original unit or, if not available anymore; one with similar specs. Price around 9-14€. Not interested in RGB. Thanks!
  2. Hi guys, I recently purchased a Cooler Master Seidon 120V. It has not arrived yet, but I want to replace the stock fan on the radiator for the Seidon 120V with another fan like the Corsair SP120. Is this possible? I have heard many complaints about the fan noise and if I replace it with another one, will it improve the performance and cooling of the Seidon? Any help would be much appreciated, thanks, Josh.