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LEPA CX coolant [frys.com] Color also FAR

Enermax LiqMax II [frys.com] 120mm Liquid Cooler $33
N30R-HE [frys.com] CPU Cooler $5AR

AMD A10 9700 APU and Gigabyte A320M-M.2 AM4 [frys.com] Motherboard Bundle $109.99AR

AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and MSI B350M Gaming Pro
[frys.com] Motherboard Combo $149.99AR NLA

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motherboard links tend to go live late SUN (those picking up can reserve the individual components and adjust in-store)

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These Enermax fans are amazing and I recommend them to everyone who doesn't need a super high amount of airflow because they are so quiet, moreso than even SilenX fans! I used 3x 80mm SilenX fans for 8yrs on my 2 desktops which were always on, and had to replace them every 12mos because the bearings would fail and the fan would start making a loud annoying buzzing sound as the fan turned off balance. They were $14.99/ea. I wanted the most silent fans possible. About 3 or 4 yrs ago I discovered 120mm Enermax TB Silence fans which aren't rated as quiet as SilenX fans, but they are actually lower dB than the SilenX fans were! I've been using these ever since on both computers as well as 3 computers I built for friends+family and NONE of those 20+ fans have worn out yet after over 3yrs! These have a fan blade assembly that can also be popped out of the housing to clean it or change the fan blades if needed, but I've never needed to. If you want the absolute quietest fans possible, these are the best I've found so far. They are so quiet that I have 4 Enermax fans running in an Antec P280 case which has a door in front with sound deadening material built in the back side of the door to further silence the 2x 120mm front fans, and 2 more 120mm fans inside the top of the case under the Corsair H110i radiator and it's about 4ft from my head and I can't hear the fans at all even though I have very good hearing. I can hear the pump of the Corsair H110i inside the case right now though. SilenX fans rated at 9dB sound like 15dB, whereas these Enermax fans sound like 5-6dB when spinning max speed which is around 1500rpm I think. They don't move a lot of air so don't buy them if you need a huge amount of airflow, but they move more than enough air to cool my H100i on an overclocked 5960X w/64GB 3000MHz RAM and 2x EVGA GTX 1070's. I'm not gaming anymore so the video card fans don't even turn on when I'm just watching movies and using Adobe Premier on dual monitors, and that makes my computer completely silent without having to use a remote radiator loop going outside my room like I was before which was very inconvenient and difficult to setup/maintain.
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These Enermax fans are great. Ad doesn't say if its the model with PWM control (4-pin instead of 3-pin), but that would make it an even sweeter deal. I've had one on my rig for over 5 years and it's still as quiet as if it were new. Hits about 1650 RPM at full power.
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These Enermax fans are amazing and I recommend them to everyone who doesn't need a super high amount of airflow because they are so quiet, moreso than even SilenX fans! I used 3x 80mm SilenX fans for 8yrs on my 2 desktops which were always on, and had to replace them every 12mos because the bearings would fail and the fan would start making a loud annoying buzzing sound as the fan turned off balance. They were $14.99/ea. I wanted the most silent fans possible. About 3 or 4 yrs ago I discovered 120mm Enermax TB Silence fans which aren't rated as quiet as SilenX fans, but they are actually lower dB than the SilenX fans were! I've been using these ever since on both computers as well as 3 computers I built for friends+family and NONE of those 20+ fans have worn out yet after over 3yrs! These have a fan blade assembly that can also be popped out of the housing to clean it or change the fan blades if needed, but I've never needed to. If you want the absolute quietest fans possible, these are the best I've found so far. They are so quiet that I have 4 Enermax fans running in an Antec P280 case which has a door in front with sound deadening material built in the back side of the door to further silence the 2x 120mm front fans, and 2 more 120mm fans inside the top of the case under the Corsair H110i radiator and it's about 4ft from my head and I can't hear the fans at all even though I have very good hearing. I can hear the pump of the Corsair H110i inside the case right now though. SilenX fans rated at 9dB sound like 15dB, whereas these Enermax fans sound like 5-6dB when spinning max speed which is around 1500rpm I think. They don't move a lot of air so don't buy them if you need a huge amount of airflow, but they move more than enough air to cool my H100i on an overclocked 5960X w/64GB 3000MHz RAM and 2x EVGA GTX 1070's. I'm not gaming anymore so the video card fans don't even turn on when I'm just watching movies and using Adobe Premier on dual monitors, and that makes my computer completely silent without having to use a remote radiator loop going outside my room like I was before which was very inconvenient and difficult to setup/maintain.
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I guess this time you don't need a promo code, too bad no free shipping

Anyone know what is the limit for the enermax fans?
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Is that Enermax cooler worth r for an i7-7700k? I'm doing a mild overclock and would like it if temps didn't go over 80+
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I guess this time you don't need a promo code, too bad no free shipping

Anyone know what is the limit for the enermax fans?
It doesn't say on the ad but the rebate limit is 3, so I guess it's 3.
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These Enermax fans are great. Ad doesn't say if its the model with PWM control (4-pin instead of 3-pin), but that would make it an even sweeter deal. I've had one on my rig for over 5 years and it's still as quiet as if it were new. Hits about 1650 RPM at full power.
the 120mm is PWM
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Is that Enermax cooler worth r for an i7-7700k? I'm doing a mild overclock and would like it if temps didn't go over 80+
it's rated for 150W TDP - plenty

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I guess this time you don't need a promo code, too bad no free shipping

Anyone know what is the limit for the enermax fans?
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It doesn't say on the ad but the rebate limit is 3, so I guess it's 3.
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These Enermax fans are amazing and I recommend them to everyone who doesn't need a super high amount of airflow because they are so quiet, moreso than even SilenX fans! I used 3x 80mm SilenX fans for 8yrs on my 2 desktops which were always on, and had to replace them every 12mos because the bearings would fail and the fan would start making a loud annoying buzzing sound as the fan turned off balance. They were $14.99/ea. I wanted the most silent fans possible. About 3 or 4 yrs ago I discovered 120mm Enermax TB Silence fans which aren't rated as quiet as SilenX fans, but they are actually lower dB than the SilenX fans were! I've been using these ever since on both computers as well as 3 computers I built for friends+family and NONE of those 20+ fans have worn out yet after over 3yrs! These have a fan blade assembly that can also be popped out of the housing to clean it or change the fan blades if needed, but I've never needed to. If you want the absolute quietest fans possible, these are the best I've found so far. They are so quiet that I have 4 Enermax fans running in an Antec P280 case which has a door in front with sound deadening material built in the back side of the door to further silence the 2x 120mm front fans, and 2 more 120mm fans inside the top of the case under the Corsair H110i radiator and it's about 4ft from my head and I can't hear the fans at all even though I have very good hearing. I can hear the pump of the Corsair H110i inside the case right now though. SilenX fans rated at 9dB sound like 15dB, whereas these Enermax fans sound like 5-6dB when spinning max speed which is around 1500rpm I think. They don't move a lot of air so don't buy them if you need a huge amount of airflow, but they move more than enough air to cool my H100i on an overclocked 5960X w/64GB 3000MHz RAM and 2x EVGA GTX 1070's. I'm not gaming anymore so the video card fans don't even turn on when I'm just watching movies and using Adobe Premier on dual monitors, and that makes my computer completely silent without having to use a remote radiator loop going outside my room like I was before which was very inconvenient and difficult to setup/maintain.
Good info, SilenX fans have always been overrated. I took off the SilenX fan that came with one of their CPU coolers and put on a different one.

How are Enermax rebates though?
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it's rated for 150W TDP - plenty

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Repped Thanks a bunch! Do you know the limit for the coolant?
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Repped Thanks a bunch! Do you know the limit for the coolant?
limit 3 per customer
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limit 3 per customer
Repped thanks a lot, does anyone know where you can obtain the rebate for for the Lepa coolant?
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It doesn't say on the ad but the rebate limit is 3, so I guess it's 3.
Just looked up the rebate on the Enermax site, it's actually 9 max but Fry's site only allows you to order 3. I might have to go local and get these.

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Offer #80494
Enermax CPU Cooler & Fan UP TO $ 15 MIR
10/29/2017 - 11/04/2017
This offer runs from 10/29/2017 until 11/04/2017. Mail all required documentation to the address listed on the online registration form. Submissions must be postmarked by 12/04/2017. Rebates will be issued in the form of a prepaid card. Limit (9) rebate card(s) per address. P.O. boxes are not allowed for this offer, unless required by state law. Reproduction, purchase, sale or trade of proof-of-purchase or cash register receipt is prohibited. Fraudulent submissions could result in federal prosecution under the mail fraud statute (Title 18, United States Code, Sections 1341 and 1342).
The following products qualify for this offer:
ProductUPC CodeRebate Value
ELC-LMR120S-BS816163008070$15.00
ETS-N30R-HE816163008445$10.00
UCTB12P816163004188$10.00
The following retailers are eligible for this offer:
FRY'S ELECTRONICS
FRYS.COM
The following items must be submitted to qualify for this offer:
the completed registration form from this site.
a copy of the sales receipt or online invoice showing the eligible product(s) purchased.
the original UPC code(s) of the eligible product(s) purchased.
the original serial number from the product packaging.
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