QUOTE(PabloPicasso @ May 21 2005, 04:28 AM)Yes i want to slow down, if i can, to make less noise (in a fisrt time) and then i'd like to cool it more when i will overclock it (in a few months).
In Speedfan it turns at 1700-2000 rpm.
It's a low speed ? How to manage it slow or fast in a software ? [right][snapback]421724[/snapback][/right]
i can not help you do that. you don't want that thing getting hot,pablo.
el calor lo va matar!!
some fans are very noisy. i don't use the original one. i bought one from thermaltake model no. A1889-01. i lapped the bottom and then installed it and i haven't put the side cover back on my case in over a month and i'm 24 inches from the cpu and fan on the cooler and i can't even get distracted by it. of course the fan design is better and quieter too.
first of all welcome second there is one way to change the stock HSF speed . cool and quite , this is in the bios and well it dont realy do all that much . if you want total silence then you need a fanless HS.
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