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Old March 12, 2009, 07:20 PM
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that's a really nice and clean rig

I guess it's just a personal preference but I'm not a huge fan on the colour scheme Noctua chooses. I know it's a dumb reason not to use it though, especially when they're fans are supposed to be so good as well.
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Old March 12, 2009, 09:16 PM
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that's a really nice and clean rig

I guess it's just a personal preference but I'm not a huge fan on the colour scheme Noctua chooses. I know it's a dumb reason not to use it though, especially when they're fans are supposed to be so good as well.
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I have to agree that the one thing I dislike about Noctua's fans is the colour. When I bought the Noctua heatsink, I got two of their fans with it along with the clips. They work really well and are very quiet, but flesh coloured with brown blades? Blech
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