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thanks... I think I'll just go with Corsair, lol. not to mention that I've read some problems about those fans in pull config (more noisy than supposed to be). +rep
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what 140mm fans does anyone recommend for push/pull? thinking about Wcooling my entire build this summer. I own a switch 810.
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Originally Posted by SLADEizGOD View Post

what 140mm fans does anyone recommend for push/pull? thinking about Wcooling my entire build this summer. I own a switch 810.
You'll be asked for:
· Noise tolerance?
· Radiator FPI count.
· Price range.
· Leds/no leds/looks.

And then, it's usually better to go 120mm (or 140mm rads with 120 fans, using an adapter). Read this.
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Alright, I think I decided on Cougar's for my front intake fans.

Last question... is there a big difference between the Vortex and the Turbine models? I noticed the Vortex's have a higher rated static pressure and a few extra features. They are also nearly double the cost. Not sure the difference between the 1200 rpm model and the PWM 1500rpm one either. Some people report whining?

Thanks.


Oh and for a top mounted 140mm fan I think I am going to go with the Corsair 140mm quiet edition. Could I save a few dollars and go with the Rosewill Hyperborea? Static pressure doesn't matter so much in this application.

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MEGA POST AHEAD, nothing to do with thread updates; just answering questions.

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Ah, did you forget me Tator Tot?

Just looking for a basic list of 120mm fans with high static pressure for $15 or cheaper to go in front intake position. Lower the noise the better but I don't need silent ones. Perhaps someone else can toss in some ideas?

Thanks.

 

Sorry if I did miss you.

 

Xion Alphawing, Nexus Basic 120, Rosewill RFX-120, Cougar Vortex HDB (often below $15), Cooler Master Blade Master, Zalman ZM-F3-FDB, Rosewill Hyperborea, GeLID Silent Series, Evercool SFF-12, & Corsair SP & AF Series twin-packs (sometimes they come down to $30, usually about $32 though.)

 

Choice depends on the case & HDD configuration. Pictures help if you have one.

 

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These are what I'm most tempted to buy although they aren't so pretty. How is static pressure on these? Good enough for front intake? Thanks.

 

Yes, for the most part.

 

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Originally Posted by Noskcaj View Post

You seem to have missed the aerocool shark fan, is it any good?

 

The 140mm is alright, 120mm is much louder than described by Aerocool.

 

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Originally Posted by lemniscate View Post

hi tator tot, what's your opinion on the noiseblocker eloop series? I'm somewhat split between corsair fans and these for my next build's radiators (might consider push and pull setup). thanks.

 

They cost about $10 too much, and the blade design is a bit... odd since it doesn't increase the pressure over the old Multiframe line up; without being far quieter.

 

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thanks... I think I'll just go with Corsair, lol. not to mention that I've read some problems about those fans in pull config (more noisy than supposed to be). +rep

 

eLoops are fine in pull, but certain heatsinks & fans just don't mix well. GT's usually cause sound annomolies on the Megahalems.

 

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Originally Posted by SLADEizGOD View Post

what 140mm fans does anyone recommend for push/pull? thinking about Wcooling my entire build this summer. I own a switch 810.

As Cloppy said, fill out the quesitons below --v

Quote:
Originally Posted by cloppy007 View Post


You'll be asked for:
· Noise tolerance?
· Radiator FPI count.
· Price range.
· Leds/no leds/looks.

And then, it's usually better to go 120mm (or 140mm rads with 120 fans, using an adapter). Read this.

 

Danke wink.gif

 

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Originally Posted by mlp View Post

Alright, I think I decided on Cougar's for my front intake fans.

Last question... is there a big difference between the Vortex and the Turbine models? I noticed the Vortex's have a higher rated static pressure and a few extra features. They are also nearly double the cost. Not sure the difference between the 1200 rpm model and the PWM 1500rpm one either. Some people report whining?

Thanks.


Oh and for a top mounted 140mm fan I think I am going to go with the Corsair 140mm quiet edition. Could I save a few dollars and go with the Rosewill Hyperborea? Static pressure doesn't matter so much in this application.

Tyty.

 

Turbine models do not have the extra noise reduction features and only come in a rifle bearing. The 1500 RPM PWM models have some whine on certain PWM circuits as reported by a very few users.

 

I would go with Hyperborea's, just reduce them down to 7v.

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Nice Info! thanks!
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MEGA POST AHEAD, nothing to do with thread updates; just answering questions.

Sorry if I did miss you.

Xion Alphawing, Nexus Basic 120, Rosewill RFX-120, Cougar Vortex HDB (often below $15), Cooler Master Blade Master, Zalman ZM-F3-FDB, Rosewill Hyperborea, GeLID Silent Series, Evercool SFF-12, & Corsair SP & AF Series twin-packs (sometimes they come down to $30, usually about $32 though.)

Choice depends on the case & HDD configuration. Pictures help if you have one.

Hey thanks again for answering me. I really thought I was ready for the Cougar Vortex's but now I'm interested more in the Zalman F3-FDB... is it a big improvement over the cheaper sleeve bearing F3? I kind of prefer an all black look... the Zalman's do have a much higher static pressure rating though.

Anyway... here is a picture of my mess of a case. It's an Antec 300. I at one point tried to mess with cable management but you reach a certain point where nothing really helps. I'm currently looking to upgrade to a 500r when it goes on sale again... especially since I have a 5th HD I have to fit in there. And yes. It could use a solid cleaning.

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The F3-FDB is the same fan as the Scythe S-Flex & Thermalright FDB line up. It is a solid improvement over the F3, but not some incredible leap forward.

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Anyway... here is a picture of my mess of a case. It's an Antec 300. I at one point tried to mess with cable management but you reach a certain point where nothing really helps. I'm currently looking to upgrade to a 500r when it goes on sale again... especially since I have a 5th HD I have to fit in there. And yes. It could use a solid cleaning.

Yeah you'll see an improvement in airflow if you get a better case with cable management and so on
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MEGA POST AHEAD, nothing to do with thread updates; just answering questions.

Sorry if I did miss you.

Xion Alphawing, Nexus Basic 120, Rosewill RFX-120, Cougar Vortex HDB (often below $15), Cooler Master Blade Master, Zalman ZM-F3-FDB, Rosewill Hyperborea, GeLID Silent Series, Evercool SFF-12, & Corsair SP & AF Series twin-packs (sometimes they come down to $30, usually about $32 though.)

Choice depends on the case & HDD configuration. Pictures help if you have one.

Hey thanks again for answering me. I really thought I was ready for the Cougar Vortex's but now I'm interested more in the Zalman F3-FDB... is it a big improvement over the cheaper sleeve bearing F3? I kind of prefer an all black look... the Zalman's do have a much higher static pressure rating though.

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If you upgrade to a new case, I suggest getting the Fractal Design Arc Midi R2. Much better build and layout than the 500R.
Midi R2 goes for under $100.
    
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