Installment of this fan in an X360 was for the sake of whisper quiet operation with temperature being low in mind but mainly for quietness.
This is Epic Air Cooling made without replacing the case or losing any of the internal parts due to size limitations.
Everything fits in right with all parts inside and the only thing that is outside the case is the fan.
It was relatively easy without any custom made parts at all. All the hardware that was used came with the fan. I drilled holes in the intel plates to fit smaller socket size and used some bolts I found from my old Thermaltake cooler that ware very long but you can find such at any hardware store for a few bucks. Supplied Thermal Compound was surprisingly better than Arctic Silver 5 by 3-4 Degrees Celsius. Enzotech ram heat sinks used to cool off RAM, Chipset, HANA, Power.
This fan screams quality as soon as you see the box and deeper you get the more amazing it gets. Everything is in separate boxes and bags with labels. The fan is shockingly huge and massive yet very sturdy and solid feeling. Fans are incredibly quiet and even at full speed they are barely heard. The mechanism of the fan is unheard at all even at maximum speed and the only slight noise at full speed is actually made by air resistance on the fins of fan. Temperatures listed below are achieved at the very minimum of 600RPM on both fans. Both of the fans are on 5 Volts ( One is connected to stock Fan Connector and the other is connected to DVD Drive power ) Hard Drive padding is also used to isolate sound due to 7200RPM on it instead of 5400RPM on stock hard drives.
Stock Fan: 65-70 Celsius Full Load
Nuctua Fan: 42-43 Celsius Full Load
Ambient Temperature: 23-24 Celsius
Cooling Fan: Noctua NH-D14 120mm & 140mm SSO CPU Cooler
Heat sinks: Enzotech BCC9 VGA
Now I have another and very last problem which is the PSU ( Power Block ). Any suggestions would be appreciated about cooling of it with noise being as low as possible in mind.