What I Have:
- Athlon XP 3200
- HS Thermalright XP 120
- A Globe Fan on the CPU (No, not really the right Globe, I don't believe - I bought the wrong, loud kind, as documented in this thread
- Lian Li PC V10000 Case
- 2xStock Case Fans, 1 in, 1 Out (120mm)
- Radeon X800XL w/ After market Zalman Fan VF700 (already worked on quieting that many years ago)
- Seasonic Super Tornado 300 W PSU
- 2 HDD (80GB, 750GB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM)
- Scythe SY1225SL12M 120mm "Slipstream" For the CPU. Keep in mind that w/ Cool N Quiet and the ASUS MoBo controller this should automatically be undervolted when appropriate.
- S-Flex E, undervolted, on the front HDD intake fan. The D can have some clicking noises and this seems to be the fan I hear the most. I don't think I will need as much power on the HDD, although I could be wrong - it's possible I would have some HDD over heating issues. There is no adaptive control on this fan.
- S-Flex E, on the rear intake - yes, I am using the rear fan as an intake. It seems to give cooler temps since the front intake doesn't seem to cool the main compartment much (the HDD area is so separated). Again, keep in mind that w/ Cool N Quiet and the ASUS MoBo controller this should automatically be undervolted when appropriate.