So I've been on these forums before with kind of a similar problem but I just had a fairly simple question, I've had this Pc (PowerSpec G707) for quite a while now (2 years this next June) and the Cooler Master fans are just too whiney and loud to the point where I can hear them through my noise dampening headphones. I was thinking about buying a Noctua NH-U12S instead of the liquid ones, I've done a ton of research and it should technically be quieter than the loud cooler master ones that I have right now. So my question is, is it just better to buy a Noctua NH-U12S or would it be worth a shot to send it in to see if there is something easily fixable with the cooler master ones to make it a lot less loud? Because I know that the store has people walking around and talking and stuff going on so maybe the people who would take a look at it won't hear the same sound I do.
Noctua NH-U12S would perform fine, but if it's just a fan noise issue, I'd just upgrade the fans. Arctic Cooling P12 Fluid Dynamic fans would be a good option. They're $8.99 each. But just buying new fans is going to help. Bearings wear out overtime and noise will increase.
No problem. Both fans run into a two way splitter that connects to the CPU fan header. Splitter is just a 3 pin fan splitter, it'll work with most 3 pin 120MM case fans.
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