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So far Phanteks has been very good with me. And I have had several dealings with them getting PWM adapters, extra fan rubber pads, an extra fan, and even replaced my cooler because the corner connection on one of the bottom fins was loose. When I asked them about it they asked for my address and sent me a replacement asking that I let them know when I had the old one boxed up so they could schedule UPS to pick it ups. Then about 6 months later they asked me If I would try out their new PH-F140 1300rpm fans.
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1291-page5.html
I have them on my TC14PE and they are good! I think they perform about the same as the TY-140 series fans do but sadly they are not PWM. frown.gif I'm using the PWM adapter on them and they work fine but I would be happier if they were PWM.
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by Kyndylan View Post

That's a very good point. I have the Fractal Design Define R4, which has a clearance of... 170mm! That might well be a little too close for comfort. Thanks for the heads up.

From the phanteks club I've seen the twin tower with 140mm fans fit in define r4 with space. So I'm sure he true spirit would be fine.
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post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by dumafourlife View Post

From the phanteks club I've seen the twin tower with 140mm fans fit in define r4 with space. So I'm sure he true spirit would be fine.
True Spirit 140 will fit with no problem as long as you don't have a side fan.thumb.gif
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