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Amazon.com: Thermalright TR-X-
Silent-140 140mm Fan Black

i own 4 of these.
and believe me even at full rpm
they totaly redifine the meaning silence i kill you.dam good airflow/silent and works great with fancontrollers.
plus doesnt matter if they r intake or exhaust orientated they move enough air without making noise.
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LGxStarburst
well weres your location.
my kit is still brand new and sealed.
will gladly part with it cause im buyin another phanteks soon for a new build.
if your will to pay for shipping/postal costs its yours.

PM'd thanks for the offer mate
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Yeah the AF140's doesn't seem to make much sense, I think they recommend something like at least a 3" gap between the AF140's and contact. Should have used the SP140's instead >.>

There's no such thing as SP140 that I know of , there's a AF140 , AF120, and SP120
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There's no such thing as SP140 that I know of , there's a AF140 , AF120, and SP120

Oh, could have sworn I've seen 140mm versions online. -Shrugs-

Even so, I'd prefer a 120mm SP over a AF 140 in that situation.
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I've ran both ways and found no difference in cooler performance but it can change case performance. I had 2c higher cooler intake air temps exhausting back versus exhausting up until I removed rear grill and built a duct from cooler to vent.

Other thing to keep in mind is having enough clearance (35mm) in front of intake fan so it can draw air into cooler.

Joe17150,

Your temps are so cool it doesn't matter but;

How many intake fans do you have? I see 4 exhaust and assume you have 1 bottom & 1 front intakes & front is restricted by filters and HDD cage.. meaning you have over twice as much exhaust pull as intake push. Might try unplugging middle top fan and turning front top fan into an intake. This would flow cool air in from top to feed CPU cooler.

I've see GPU temps go down by removing unused PCI slot covers to let air in or out. Your Accelero cooler it will probably pull cool air in so might want a filter on back.

Thanks for the info, i always wondered about that, and my own tests were inconclusive.
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how would 1 go about changing the coolers colour to mixed colours. example making it look like a zebra pattern?
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how would 1 go about changing the coolers colour to mixed colours. example making it look like a zebra pattern?

i dont know if you can predator that stuff is anodized so unless you have a friend who can anodize it for you i dont think it would be possible
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post #1038 of 2766
oh well .just a wishfull thaught.just think.a ph14 in black and white or have phanteks make 1 according to users specifications.
or a mod.were u take apart the coolers fins then rebuild it according to your own colour choice.man that would look funky.
o_O
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oh well .just a wishfull thaught.just think.a ph14 in black and white or have phanteks make 1 according to users specifications.
or a mod.were u take apart the coolers fins then rebuild it according to your own colour choice.man that would look funky.
o_O

Sounds expensive XD
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yeah i know it would be.

(o_O)
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