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Title says it all has anyone replaced the fans of the nh-d14 with spectre pro fans?
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Why are you asking? It will work for the 140mm fan, but not the 120mm fan. You can use zip ties, which is guaranteed to work, or even the clips.
    
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These? and no, but I'm going to be paying attention to this thread. My 2nd TY-140 is begining to die (first one already did) so I'll have to find some damn good 140mm's to replace them. Hopefully the Spectre Pro's are up to it.
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post #4 of 11
They're not really performance fans, so don't expect crazy low temps. They do however have excellent balance between noise and performance (=cfm and pressure) and the overall quality feels great.
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These? and no, but I'm going to be paying attention to this thread. My 2nd TY-140 is begining to die (first one already did) so I'll have to find some damn good 140mm's to replace them. Hopefully the Spectre Pro's are up to it.

how long do you have these TY-140´s?
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how long do you have these TY-140´s?

Don't want to drive this off topic but, probably 6 months before one started clicking badly. The 2nd one is ok, but when i start it up it clicks for a bit then settles down. That's what the first one did at first though.

I bought them from directron I think, (maybe svc.com) for all I know they were in a box for over a year or something before I even got them. TY-140's are great fans, I'm probably just unlucky. I painted the exterior black but that has nothing to do with the clicking.

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post #7 of 11
sorry that i went offtopic, i was just curious because i own a few of them either (2-3 months)
perhaps its due to the reason that they were in a box untouched...
it sounds like it needs to be re-lubricated, very strange clicking -> dead bearings

thanks for the vid

back to topic, i still recommend the TY140, just because they are the best fans i ever bought in case of performance and noise
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post #8 of 11
I'd recommend TY-140's too. Nope, I went out and bought some precision lubricator from radio shack and to no avail.
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post #9 of 11
i just swapped the stock fans on my corsair A70 with 120mm spectre pro's it now run alittle warmer but only by 1-2 degrees and thats fine with me,
i have a noctua nh d14 hopefully arriving today so im gonna try the spectre's on that to as i really dont like the look of the noctua fans even if they are really good, and if thats no good i might just dye them black like this guy did http://forum.overclock3d.net/index.php?/topic/35380-guide-on-how-to-change-the-colour-of-noctua-fans/
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right im back again my nh-d14 arrived so i fitted my spectre fans (not the pros) and so far prime has been running for 25minutes and my temps are 64-70-71-70 and thats on a 2500k overclocked to 4.6ghz.
so if you fitted it with the spectre pros you might get better temps but the problem is the front and back holes on the pros are connected so you cant use the noctua clips but on the normal spectres they are not connected so you can, hope that makes sense if it doesnt just look at some pictures of the 2 fans and you'll see what i mean.
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