Originally Posted by furywins
Yeah I bought it already. I was kind of thinking that the 143 would be cool incase I ever need a slightly higher RPM and I can just use the included 147 as a rear exhaust. From some numbers I looked at, it doesn't seem to get that loud at ~1800-2000 rpm but it might just be a superfluous buy. I might cancel the 143 considering I have an eLoop lying around that will work great as an exhaust.
Current set up looking like 1x 147 exhaust, GMRT+143 and 2x 140mm stock Phanteks/3 x 2150 GTs (friend has a couple lying around) intake on a Pro M SE.
With good intake fans you do not need exhaust fans.
If you try using a TY-143 on cooler and do not increase case airflow to match you will gain very little additional cooling ability.
After you get used to system sound levels below 1300rpm I would be very surprised if you will be able to listen to 1800-2000rpm noise levels.
I have setup 2 systems with TY-143 fans on cooler and case. The only times I used them above 1200rpm was playing around. To get system hot enough (above 73c CPU) I had to turn of both case and cooler fans, wait about 10 minutes with CPU running 1000% rendering load for CPU to reach 80c, then turn fans back on. They would run full speed for a couple minutes then over another couple of minutes slowly lower rpm until back to normal speed of about 1050-1150rpm rendering load speed.
Short story, 1the 200-300rpm extra speed above normal heavy load is all I've ever needed to keep CPU and other components at reasonable temperature levels, so I no longer use TY-143 fans to have extra speed / airflow .. because I found I never needed it.
It might be nice if TY-147A was 300-1500rpm or maybe 300-1600rpm fan, but I've found 1300rpm to be adequate.
But I will use TY-143 and TY-143 SQ fans in systems I want red and orange color scheme.