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What's a decent 140mm fan (side) and 120mm exhaust?

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I have a 44 cfm exhaust and side intake

I was wondering if you guys could recommend any good fans for 140mm side intake and 120mm rear exhaust.

I'd prefer no LEDs if possible and budget is about 10-12 bucks per fan.

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I have been really happy with my xigmateks, they push a good amount of air and are fairly quiet.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233084

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+1 for the xiggys
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If you're on a budget. Then 120mm Yate Loons from Jab-Tech are really nice. 3.60 a fan (At least for the 1250rpm model) is pretty awesome, even for a sleeve bearing fan.

Otherwise, I've heard good things about Nzxt's line of 120mm and 140mm fans. Fairly cheap and use a rifle bearing so you can mount horizontally with no ill effects.

You also have the Zalman ZM-F3 120mm fan. Pretty sweet for a 120mm sleeve bearing, comes with vibration dampeners, and a voltage reducer so you can choose between noise and performance.

One of my favorite fan lines would be Thermalright's X-Silent series. They're around that price range, look nice and are quiet as can be. They wouldn't win any airflow awards though (Even though the airflow is pretty decent for the speed).
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post #5 of 6
check out the Xigmatek XLF fans they are good and quiet I like there fans and I like the fact they have white LED's and you can get the blades in different colours.
    
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Noise Blocker 140's are awesome... but expensive.
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