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I have a Corsair H110 and wanted to get some 140 x 38 mm fans. Ideally I should have picked up a pair of San Ace 140s, but they were hard to come by and costs more than my AIO, each!. So I did what I thought was smart and mounted a pair of these fans to my 280 mm radiator usiing a pair of Koolance 120 / 140 mm adapters.

Initially they worked great, and continued to work flawlessly for about 6 months. They managed to keep my 4.7 GHz Haswell measurably cooler than the stock Corsair fans. However, after several months one has slowed down and is stuck in "Quiet" mode and no longer spins faster in the "high performance" mode and yesterday one failed completely without warning. The bearings seem fine and I can spin it by hand with no abnormal resistance or noises, I think the onboard speed selector switch and / or electronics have failed on both. 

Its too bad, they are a unique fan at a reasonable price.

Needless to say, I just ordered a set of San Ace 140s from Performance PCS, live and learn I guess.


EDIT: i quoted the wrong post.

what kind of headphone hanger is that?
it looks really clean

haha sorry off topic smile.gif
Edited by Ultra-m-a-n - 3/31/14 at 8:41pm
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I am thinking one of these bad boys on an H80i at the rear of my 350D?? biggrin.gif
May not fit though mad.gif
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Thanks ehume. thumb.gif

How does the FHP141 CFM compare to TY-140 series CFM in same test?
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Thanks ehume. thumb.gif

How does the FHP141 CFM compare to TY-140 series CFM in same test?


Hmm. I'll have to do that test and get back to you.

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OK

 

    Box CFM CFM
Date   RPM0 Filter Open
04/01/2013 Thermalright TY-140 #1 1285 77.53 91.35
04/01/2013 Thermalright TY-140 #2 1293 79.07 90.5

 

Quick results, unprocessed. But from my prior post I learned I could paste a hunk of OpenOffice spreadsheet directly into Huddler (OCN), so I did.

 

Thermalright TY-140 #3 is doing intake duty in my case  upstairs ATM.

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Thanks! thumb.gif

Much easier to compare FHP-141 with TY-140 now. biggrin.gif

FAN . . . . . . RPM . . . . Filter . . . . Unfiltered
FHP-141 L @ 1192RPM, 70.0 CFM, 94 CFM
TY-140 #1 @1285RPM, 77.53CFM, 91.35 CFM
TY-140 #2 @1293RPM, 79.07CFM, 90.5 CFM

TY-140 is 90-100 RPM faster, 7-9CFM higher with filter, 2.65-3.5CFM lower without.

I interpret that as showing TY-140 out-performs FHP-141 on low setting in normal case or cooler use. tongue.gif


I don't suppose you have any TY-143 fans to see how it compares to FHP-141 high? redface.gif
Edited by doyll - 4/2/14 at 4:20am
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EDIT: i quoted the wrong post.

what kind of headphone hanger is that?
it looks really clean

haha sorry off topic smile.gif

 

It is a very exclusive item. Powder coated steel, very exclusive :rolleyes:

 

NOT, its a $10 Rubbermaid 5E12 FastTrack Hose Hook with a random piece of foam on it.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-5E12-FastTrack-Hose-Hook/dp/B0009J5NUY

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It is a very exclusive item. Powder coated steel, very exclusive rolleyes.gif

NOT, its a $10 Rubbermaid 5E12 FastTrack Hose Hook with a random piece of foam on it.

http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-5E12-FastTrack-Hose-Hook/dp/B0009J5NUY

Very creative! Thank you!

And nice set up by the way! I've seen your command center and it has blown me away!
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Thanks! thumb.gif

Much easier to compare FHP-141 with TY-140 now. biggrin.gif

FAN . . . . . . RPM . . . . Filter . . . . Unfiltered
FHP-141 L @ 1192RPM, 70.0 CFM, 94 CFM
TY-140 #1 @1285RPM, 77.53CFM, 91.35 CFM
TY-140 #2 @1293RPM, 79.07CFM, 90.5 CFM

TY-140 is 90-100 RPM faster, 7-9CFM higher with filter, 2.65-3.5CFM lower without.

I interpret that as showing TY-140 out-performs FHP-141 on low setting in normal case or cooler use. tongue.gif


I don't suppose you have any TY-143 fans to see how it compares to FHP-141 high? redface.gif


One thing you must not forget: the FHP-141 is a 38mm fan. It may have equal CFM, but put on a rad and you will have something.

 

I have TY-140's. If you can persuade TR to send me an array of TY's, I'll be glad to test them and review them. But I'm mostly not buying fans any more.

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Thanks! thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Much easier to compare FHP-141 with TY-140 now. biggrin.gif


FAN . . . . . . RPM . . . . Filter . . . . Unfiltered

FHP-141 L @ 1192RPM, 70.0 CFM, 94 CFM
TY-140 #1 @1285RPM, 77.53CFM, 91.35 CFM
TY-140 #2 @1293RPM, 79.07CFM, 90.5 CFM
TY-140 is 90-100 RPM faster, 7-9CFM higher with filter, 2.65-3.5CFM lower without.

One thing you must not forget: the FHP-141 is a 38mm fan. It may have equal CFM, but put on a rad and you will have something.

I have TY-140's. If you can persuade TR to send me an array of TY's, I'll be glad to test them and review them. But I'm mostly not buying fans any more.
Maybe. Your test results have FHP-141 running 1192rpm loosing 24cfm to the resistance of filter compared to TY-140 running 1285rpm only loosing 13.82cfm. That kinda makes me believe the TY-140 has a better pressure to flow curve.

If I wasn't on the wrong side of the pond I could loan you a TY-143 to test.
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