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Andrew (4) Results: 1-4 of 4
12-14-2012
Great, with one caviat
Excellent in terms of both quality and beauty. Rotates easily enough on both axes, so no problems there. My only remark that should be made is that the crappy barbs that I attached to these leaked at first. After many hours of frustration, I went to ace and got a really nice thick o-ring to fill the gap, and its been running sexy-smooth ever since!
12-14-2012
Great, with one caviat
Excellent in terms of both quality and beauty. Rotates easily enough so no problems there. My only remark that should be made is that the crappy barbs that I attached to these leaked at first. After many hours of frustration, I went to ace and got a really nice thick o-ring to fill the gap, and its been running sexy-smooth ever since!
12-12-2012
Great Product
This product is very wonderful. You need to start with your expectations at a minimal and then be surprised at how much sound this isolates. In tests at a few reputable websites, they said the ultrapack reduces noise approximately 7 dB. However, the thing I like the most about it is that it absorbs a lot of the worse ends of the sound spectrum, i.e. high pitched fan noise, fan clicking, capacitor whine, etc. It leaves only a gentle, low hum if you have your decent quality fans in your system spinning at 50-75%. As someone already mentioned, its not going to make a 3000k rpm fan inaudible, but if you have quieted your system as best you can and you want 7dB less noise, this is the product for you. Also Pictures: Materials on the Side Panel (a tad sloppy, but rarely seen :) ): http://imageshack.us/a/img585/6398/img20121212224340.jpg Some extra cutouts for the HDD Tower: http://imageshack.us/a/img838/6012/img20121212224352.jpg A small strip on a 280 radiator: http://imageshack.us/a/img13/7781/img20121212224402.jpg Complete System: http://imageshack.us/a/img846/5269/img20121212224457.jpg
06-06-2012
Excellent Rad
I replaced an xspc 30mm thick rad with this one. You should account also for the the 5mm of screw room on each side, so really this has about 3.5x the surface area of the previous rad. It fits beautifully as the bottom mounted rad in my storm trooper. Push-pull on this vs. the previous dropped temps 2-3 at idle and 10 at CPU load (haven''t gotten to graphics yet). I''m extremely pleased and highly recommend this rad if you have a spare 130mm of thickness room stored somewhere in your case as push-pull is almost a must!