Is The Antec 900 Quiet?
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I am planning on getting the antec 900 in a couple of months, would it be worth using the rubber mounts? 2500K - 4.0 @ 1.15v | Maximus IV Gene | Join the community here, it only takes a minute. lol.. Oh, and if you want some decent, quiet fans, listen to others' recommendations.
solved how to make cpu fan quieter? Find More Posts by Antar Bolaeisk 10th Jan 2008, 11:49 #22 Darthe Associate Joined: Nov 2007 Posts: 79 Quote: Originally Posted by p4radox Don't trust the numbers. Reply With Quote 12-30-09,12:30 AM #3 deadlysyn View Profile View Forum Posts Folding Team Content EditorWho Dolk'd my stars Senior Member Join Date Mar 2005 Location Stealing your megahurtz at night you'll need one for CPU and GPU.
Anyway, Yate-Loons are certainly a good brand, but I’d stay clear of Noctua’s until they are priced more reasonably. How could I cut down on the noise? i honestly dont think i can even fit all my radiators alone in an antec 900. Looking at getting the Noctua d14, will it fit in the Antec 900 without the fan on the side panel?
Flip the whole case in which the CPU side of the mobo is at the bottom. Contact Us - Overclockers UK - Top Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. © Overclockers UK (Ocuk Ltd) Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Continued please correct me if I'm wrong, Can I change them for something a little quieter, or is there a way to have full control over the fan speed with a software/without
You could try turning down all the fans in your case but if you really want to eliminate noise try finding a quieter HSF or mod your graphics card so it Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Buy some Yate Loon quite fans? I will be building a new system in a few months, and planning to use this one.
A steel case or a high quality aluminum case will reduce vibrational noise as well. http://www.gamespot.com/forums/pc-mac-linux-society-1000004/antec-900-is-so-loud-26156247/ Have you decided on water or air cooling? Which fan or fans would have to be determined. All rights reserved.
It was usually the cpu heatsink fan that was the loudest but I used speedfan to control that. How to make my system quieter? However, if it works then let us know. -[Steam ID]--[The All in One OcUK Gamer Names Site]- Antar Bolaeisk View Public Profile Visit Antar Bolaeisk's homepage! PS i bought 2 PCI slot fan controllers (they control 3 fans each) from Ebay for $2.50 each from hong kong, free shipping.
Join our site today to ask your question. Newegg.ca - Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm CPU Cooler and Case Fan But it seems to me that you just want quiet quality fans and don't mind a mild premium, so I guess Guess ill be going sticking with all fans on low for now, will tackle noise problems when i get can afford a new case, probably a Cosmos s. I'm thinking of replacing ALL of the fans, even the 200mm top fan.
Now I'm really beginning to be bugged by it's loudness, even with all fans in my comp on low rpm. tbh View Public Profile Find More Posts by tbh 9th Jan 2008, 13:55 #20 p4radox Capodecina Joined: Oct 2004 Location: Prague Posts: 10,720 Quote: Originally Posted by Darthe Around $15.http://pcpartpicker.com/part/cougar-case-fan-cfv12hpbIf you like led fans, there's the corsair af120's and they come in twin packs for around $20.
Your reducing your fan noise by maybe two thirds, but for a low airspeed (lower then the 'L' setting on the Tri-Cools).
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I might do it down the line. and slower ones. My temps are about 60C/35C for the GPUs, 40C for the CPU when at the desktop.
some drives are louder than others, but you shouldn't hear a lot of noise regardless. It definitely made a difference in my friend's antec 900 case when he bought a bunch of Noctua fans. #10 (permalink) April 23, 2010, 10:54 PM ilya Hall Of A fan controller (hardware) isn't necessary but depending on how sensitive to noise you are it can help. Under gaming load they don't go up very much because I bring on the wind.
Home Reviews Forums Forum Rules Links Contact Site Map Copyright © 2006-2015, HardwareCanucks.com. Most tool-less drive mounting systems do a little for vibration absorption, albeit not much. I'm not totally sure about the loudness of the 120's, but I don't think they are terrible. Where do you have your case, on your desk, on the floor, or somewhere else?
Rig Specs: Case: Antec 900 Mobo: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P CPU: Core 2 Quad [email protected] Cooler: Xigmatek Dark Knight GPU: XFX HD4870 1gb RAM: Kingston HyperX (2x1gb) PSU: Apevia Iceberg 680w HDD1: WD However I would like to make it quieter.I'm assuming the fans of the case are the main cause for noise... I haven't mentioned any Scythe fans simply because I'm completely biased against Sony who makes their bearings. Jun 29, 2010 #4 captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,968 +2,016 I actually thought that noise was the intended consequence of a really high performance PC, and that's why you need
this method takes all vibration away, i cant even hear mine, aside from a seek here and there: Look at my Antec 300 thread, i have pics of silencing/damping/noctua fans etc: I for one am quite impressed with how well the noise dampening works in this case.Click to expand... I would love to put a footre.. Jun 29, 2010 #2 mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 7,009 +375 if I get a better cpu cooler, will i notice a bigger difference?Click to expand...
Similar Topics Antec 900, additional fans? It should fit in the 900 without the fan on the side, as I have a ThermalRight Ultra 120A in mine, and the heatpipes almost touch the side of the case. i have to disagree a bit... from the pictures it looks bigger than 600T.Click to expand...
I have replaced my PSU with a silent Zalman 850W PSU, the CPU cooler fan runs at 30% and is also a Zalman 9700LED so is not really creating much noise. plus its a nice case for the cash, id say stick with it.