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NF P14 moves 110CFM
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=33&lng=en&set=1
vs
74CFM of TY-140
http://thermalright.com/products/index.php?act=data&cat_id=16&id=97
for case fans more CFM is better thumb.gif

That's 110 m3h, which is about 65 cfm. =)
    
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post #12 of 18
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That's 110 m3h, which is about 65 cfm. =)

ah u r right I think that CFM=m3/h redface.gif


TY 14 is better tongue.gif
post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post

If that is the case get some 140mm noiseblockers, they are a good bit better than the TY-140 or NF-P14.

Even these have a very light tick, but noticeably less than the ty140. You can't hear the ticking on these inside a case. I have 2 of the pk2 140mm in my power supplies, they are a great fan with very good noise to cooling ratio, and a low star up voltage.
Edited by thekingbeyond - 4/8/12 at 9:17am
post #14 of 18
Manufacturer ratings can't be trusted and they are FAR from comparable so shoo with those numbers..
Get a X-Silent 140mm from Thermalright. Doesn't tick on any mounting position and yadayada.
I've seen lots of TY-140's failing and it was pulled from the recommended case fans list over at MuroBBS week or two ago.
You might wanna take a look at Bitfenix Spectre Pro 140mm's. They're supposed to be really good but I haven't tested them myself yet. These replaced the TY-140 at the recommended list. They're cheap too, at least here in Finland.
Edited by lagittaja - 4/8/12 at 9:23am
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post #15 of 18

You can check out the P14 and the TY-140 in item 4 of my sig.

 

I have three of each. One of my P14's is PWM. I use only a TY-140 in my case.

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post #16 of 18
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Anyway, i have decided not to go with any of these "fancy" fans and i am currently choosing between the noiseblocker pk2 or the be-quiet silent wings 2 for the 140mm,
and noiseblocker m12-s2 or be-quiet silent wings 2 for 120mm.
Can anyone comment on this?
post #17 of 18
i have not used the specific fans that you posted but for the most part, the noiseblockers that i have used are pretty quiet but a little expensive.

TY - 140 is great but i dont like the colors.

you may want to check aerocool shark 140 mm black version. costs about the same as TY -140 (sometimes a little cheaper) and runs pretty quiet specially when undervolted a bit.
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Anyway, i have decided not to go with any of these "fancy" fans and i am currently choosing between the noiseblocker pk2 or the be-quiet silent wings 2 for the 140mm,
and noiseblocker m12-s2 or be-quiet silent wings 2 for 120mm.
Can anyone comment on this?

I would try the Silent Wings for 140mm, mostly because I have the PK2 and am unimpressed with it. Quiet at low speeds but fairly weak. The M12-S2 are excellent. Haven't tried the Silent Wings, though, but the reviews/feedback I've heard has been very promising.
    
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