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PC Fan Hi. I recently purchased a PC (Intel Pentium D 925 3.0GHz Dual Core). When I start it up, it is as loud as a lawnmower. The current fan is a Cooler Master CI5-9HDSC-PL-GP. I need to get something different with a lot less noise as I cannot use the PC as is due to the excessive noice. Deon

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    Which fan? case or processor fan?

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It's difficult but what about water cooling.?

or try check zalman homesite
http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/main.asp

they make noiceless cooling systems.

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