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Thanks, i guess the superpopular Noctua or silver arrow dont have 4 pin Pwm fan?
so what do you do?

Just remplace the stock fan with 4 pin pwm fans?

and what 4 Pin pwm fans is recomended apart of Coolermaster sickleflow
Actually, the Silver Arrow comes with two TY-140 fans, which are PWM fans.

Speedfan will not control Voltage change when the motherboard cannot vary the Voltage. AFAIK, only Gigabyte boards have a setting that allows for Voltage control of fans. OP, if you want to control your fanspeed, buy a PWM fan.

I posted a list of 120mm PWM fans here. Some are quite inexpensive. The TY-140 is the only 140mm PWM fan I know about.
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Is the Coolermaster hyper 212 a very good fan and quite silent compared to noctua 14?

so the silver arrow is a very good option
is just that everybody keeps telling me the clearence is too tight and that i might have problem in the haf-x with G.skill Ripjaws X memory

since NH-D14 comes with 3 pin fans then i just can forget about noctua
no point inbuying expensive noctua and buying other fans to it too expensive

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The Cooler Master Hyper 212+ is one of the darlings here.

The Silver Arrow comes with 2 PWM fans. The NH-D14 comes with 3-pin fans.
post #13 of 33
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thanks which one would you recomend
being silent, durability and nice design

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The 120mm fan on the CM 212+ is called the Blademaster, and it does indeed have 4-pin connector. It's good, just very loud if you crank it up to 100%. That's why I use R4 Sickleflows on my 212+. They are quiet, even at 100%, and have very high pressure.
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post #15 of 33
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Yea i dont want too loud fans
my best option right now is silver arrow (but it will have tight clearence)
or megahalem/Super mega with some PWM fan like Sickleflow

Do you know if Prolimatech vortex red is PWM fan ?

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The 120mm fan on the CM 212+ is called the Blademaster, and it does indeed have 4-pin connector. It's good, just very loud if you crank it up to 100%. That's why I use R4 Sickleflows on my 212+. They are quiet, even at 100%, and have very high pressure.
post #16 of 33
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Enermax Appolish Are they PWM fans?

Updates: ok found out Enermax appolish is a thermal fan
when temperature rise the fan spin faster, but normaly thermal fans temperature limit are set too high so it will always spinn a bit slower...
while a PWM would from the motherboard read the temperature from the cpu
So not sure if that is a good idea but this fans do look nice

are thermal fans a good or bad idea in my case
for example mounted on a megahalem or super mega heatsink?
Edited by Gilgamesh9 - 5/13/11 at 2:25am
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New update:
I found there is indeed a PWM fan version of Enermax apollish is called T.B vegas trio:


If i combine Megahalem with Enermax 2x T.B vega trio
would that be a great option, i know it be expensive since those fans are expensive
but still..if i can aford it would this option be good?

What i dont know is how the light will perfom when being PMW controlled
and how the change led color switch will work....

Would the apollish standard non-PMW be a better option and then set to constant 1000rpm ?

or should i better go for the PMW version of enermax....

BTW great brand

As for other heatsink... i dont think i can use silver arrow with this fan as i would need 140mm fans the non-PMW version apolish have 140mm fan but the PMW version have only 120mm so fit better megahalem...

Megahalem > for 120mm fan
Super mega > for 140 mm fan
Silver arrow > for 140 mm fan..

Ok let me know what u think about this option
post #18 of 33
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Originally Posted by Gilgamesh9 View Post
Is the Coolermaster hyper 212 a very good fan and quite silent compared to noctua 14?

so the silver arrow is a very good option
is just that everybody keeps telling me the clearence is too tight and that i might have problem in the haf-x with G.skill Ripjaws X memory

since NH-D14 comes with 3 pin fans then i just can forget about noctua
no point inbuying expensive noctua and buying other fans to it too expensive

You're sort of running in circles. You really should list your hardware.

The Silver Arrow is a very high-performance cooler. Whether or not you need it isn't quite clear. State your intentions. It is necessary to know the cooling requirements before a cooler or fan can be recommended.

The SA carries some oddly sized fans that could be problematic for certain RAM/case combos. If the RAM-sinks are in the way, I'd snip them off and dress with a grinder (or get different RAM). But, even if you do that and the fan(s) won't let you close the case, then you're out of luck.

If owners of the same case and RAM as yours are telling you the SA won't fit, then I'd be looking for a different cooler. But, again, do you really need a super-cooler? Are you willing to take heroic measures to accommodate one?
Edited by Steamboat Steve - 5/13/11 at 4:31pm
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The HAF X is 9.1 inches wide. It will have room for the TY-140, even with fairly tall RAM.
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post #20 of 33
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I dont think i need a super cooler that is why i looking more toward megahalem og supermega now

anyway pc will be used for gaming mostly and some graphics works
i intend to have the pc on night and i sleep in the same room as the pc
and here are the specs:

i7 2600k , Asrocks Fatal1ty P67 ,Evga Gtx 580
G.skill Ripjaws X 2x4gb , WD Black caviar 1tb + Crucial SSD 64gb
Corsair 850 hx , Coolermaster HAF-X with Megaflow Led fans 2top/front/side all led + 1 rearfan cyclo pattern red ,Sound Card Asus Xonar Essence STX .
Operating System: OS :Windows Vista 7 64 bits pro


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Originally Posted by Steamboat Steve View Post
You're sort of running in circles. You really should list your hardware.

The Silver Arrow is a very high-performance cooler. Whether or not you need it isn't quite clear. State your intentions. It is necessary to know the cooling requirements before a cooler or fan can be recommended.

The SA carries some oddly sized fans that could be problematic for certain RAM/case combos. If the RAM-sinks are in the way, I'd snip them off and dress with a grinder (or get different RAM). But, even if you do that and the fan(s) won't let you close the case, then you're out of luck.

If owners of the same case and RAM as yours are telling you the SA won't fit, then I'd be looking for a different cooler. But, again, do you really need a super-cooler? Are you willing to take heroic measures to accommodate one?
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