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will the 140 fit in an nzxt khaos?
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Oh yess. Not really a fan of super-high overclocks, was thinking more of strapping some Thermalright TY-141 on this, inside a Bitfenix Prodigy for a very silent system.
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I'm going to have to disagree about "Molex" connectors. I hate them and they're an unreliable, pain-in-the-ass product with how cheaply they're made these days by discount competitors. That being said, the good ones make a more trustworthy connection than a SATA power connector. SATA power connectors do not take much force to dislodge in comparison.

On an unimportant side note, Molex is a company. The "molex connector" is a Molex 8981 series power connector.
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I'm going to have to disagree about "Molex" connectors. I hate them and they're an unreliable, pain-in-the-ass product with how cheaply they're made these days by discount competitors. That being said, the good ones make a more trustworthy connection than a SATA power connector. SATA power connectors do not take much force to dislodge in comparison.
On an unimportant side note, Molex is a company. The "molex connector" is a Molex 8981 series power connector.

Molex connectors are annoying when they are made to save as much money as possible. The ones that are actual quality and easy to plug in are okay.

I still have nightmares from my Antec 1200 which had something like 6 fans all using molex connections, so I had this cabling monstrosity in the back panel.
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Hi folks,

We've moved this thread to a more appropriate section and reopened it for discussion to continue.

Thanks!
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+1 . Thanks!
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Oh yess. Not really a fan of super-high overclocks, was thinking more of strapping some Thermalright TY-141 on this, inside a Bitfenix Prodigy for a very silent system.

You'll have to jerry rig something up to do that since the TY-141 uses a standard 120mm fan screw layout.
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You'll have to jerry rig something up to do that since the TY-141 uses a standard 120mm fan screw layout.
Damn, you're right. Oh well, plenty of quiet 140mm's around, give or take few decibels
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post #89 of 257
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Speed 800 - 2000 RPM + 10%
Noise 21 - 37dBA

No, just no.

The fans must go.

And why is everyone releasing re-branded AIO stuff besides Cooler Master's Eisberg?
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post #90 of 257
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will the 140 fit in an nzxt khaos?

You'll have a kraken khaos. wow, what are you gonna do next?

This is the product I've been waiting for. Will get it if it has long enough hose. If I have to modify to make it fit, then I'll just have to go custom loop.
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