At full lamp power, seems perhaps a couple of decibels quieter (very slightly) than the Epson's UB projectors. That probably even makes sense. I believe the Pro Cinema 4030 projector shares the same lamp, as well as the same housing, but the projector isn't quite as bright. Epson might not be driving the lamp as hard at full power, so they might be running the fan a little slower. I'm just speculating.
No matter, at full lamp power the Epson is not the quietest projector around. It's definitely up there around 30 db or a little more (we don't measure). Pretty quiet is under about 25 db, and the Epson gets there in Eco-mode. Those who are more noise adverse in typical rooms likely will only use eco-mode.
The other noise related issue is the Epson dynamic iris, which can rumble. It makes most of it's noise when cycling, as when sources are changing, but can in the right, changing, dark scenes, be hears when there's little audio. If you are using on a table top, and the rumble is more noticeable than you like, it may be the table, or shelf resonating and adding to the sound. I suggest, in that case, you try putting some sound absorbing material between feet and table, if mounted, same thing, get some soft spacers in there. Most folks don't seem to mind, but it is something that could be better.