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    Default A Noctua Fan Overview 40mm to 200mm Varieties!

    Noctua fans are known for their proven performance and reliability, as well as excellent acoustics and unique color scheme. Are they worth your buck? Find out what we think!

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    Default Re: A Noctua Fan Overview 40mm to 200mm Varieties!

    Excellent review Brendan and as most know, some of the quietest fans available
    a bit pricey but worth every penny spent.
    Love your pic's by the way they are excellent.

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    Default Re: A Noctua Fan Overview 40mm to 200mm Varieties!

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Excellent review Brendan and as most know, some of the quietest fans available
    a bit pricey but worth every penny spent.
    Love your pic's by the way they are excellent.
    Good review Brenden.
    I too like Noctua fans Vinny. I have them put to good use in one of my builds.
    All are 140mm except for the one on the bottom.

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    Default Re: A Noctua Fan Overview 40mm to 200mm Varieties!

    Yep Neil they are the best of the best and move alot of air!!
    Nice build by the way

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