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Have I mentioned the loveliness of the TY-141?

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probably.

In general, I've considered 140mm fans to fall into the "meh" and "good for a 140, which ain't saying much" categories. I've tried so many, always disappointed with their performance compared to good 120's. Previously the TY-140 topped the list, but it was somewhat prone to clicking issues.

So the last thing I expected was for a 140mm to win me over, but that it did. The TY-141 now nearly monopolizes my case, all mobo-pwm and seldom ever going over 800rpm. Ditched my fan controller. They are quiet, buttery smooth, thus far immune to positional issues, and appear to push a solid velocity of air pretty much unheard of at that size. They are the potential of the TY-140 fully realized. I believe they use ballbearings greased with the fat of unicorns.

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the thermalright fans ...


wow ... i feel like a nerd now (`A`: )
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TY-141/150 look better than TY-140... But I like the TY-143 even better. The red housing looks good with Phanteks red cooler and it's really cool at full speed of 2500rpm .. pun intended. biggrin.gif
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I'll be picking up 2 of the TY-141's to slap on a Zalman Flex in a couple of days. It was toss up between these and & couple of Blademasters.
I figured that the 141's are pretty much guaranteed to do the job without the noise penalty, although that 2000rpm is tempting...

I would definitely go for the TY-143's without question, but I can't find any for sale in the UK - unless anyone can point me in the right direction? I hear Overclockers UK will be getting some in the near future, but I need 'em now lol!
Worst case (and if I feel it's worthwhile), I'll just move the 141's to case fan duty and upgrade the cooler with 143's when they're available.

I'll let you know how it goes biggrin.gif

EDIT: I've now also decided to get another two 141's to man the front intakes.
Any idea how difficult it'd be to disassemble them for painting?
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post #7 of 18
The only way to get them at the moment is buy a Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme.
http://www.systo.co.uk/therma-silver-arrow-sb-e-extreme-100700412-2543587.html
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/silver-arrow-extreme-dual-tower-cpu-cooler-2x-140mm-ty-143-fans-supports-lga775-1155-1156-1366-2011-

Really unless you are crazy (like me) you don't need them... and really even if you are crazy you still don't need them biggrin.gif

H100, Silver Arrow SB-E, Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme review
http://www.pc-cooling.de/CPU+Kuehler/AMD+AM2%25252FAM2%25252B%25252FAM3/Thermalright/100700412/Thermalright+Silver+Arrow+SB-E+Extreme.html
scroll down to video and jump in to 3:40 for results.

Same noise as H100 and 7c cooler
post #8 of 18
Systo and Overclockers are supposed to be getting TY-143 as soon as Thermalright release them
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very curious about the TY-143. They usually introduce them on coolers first, then they start popping up here and there for sale individually. Could be the photo but the blade geometry appears a little different on the 143, which is interesting. So far as the extra rpm..the top rpm of the 141 is more than plenty, but if the 143's have a wider range and lower starting voltage that would be nice. I won't presume newer=better until I them a whirl, though. I'm diggin' the orange.
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post #10 of 18
The TY-143 is same blade design as TY-140.. Looking at them side by side they look, exactly the same except for color. You might be able to put the TY-143 motor in TY-140 housing and fan. Using a Gelid PWM splitter (has molex power) running at 700rpm both appear to be same speed. At 900 rpm I still can't see a noticeable difference. Above that it become more obvious the faster they go. I need to hookup the rpm wire to motherboard and see what the rpm difference really is between the two.

I'm planing to use 2 on my Phanteks and get another for bottom intake so cooler doesn't suck my case sides in. biggrin.gif Guess I could put a UK 3000 in bottom case intake. biggrin.gif
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