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[LAB501]PHANTEKS PH-TC14 Vs Noctua NH D14 REVIEW

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Would be interesting to see what they would get using the new Phanteks TS140


I have a set of the new PH-F140HP fans. Very nice! Only complaint is they are not PWM. Still have to use adapter. frown.gif
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You can see the new black blades are a little bigger with smaller fins on them and bigger motor housing; 4 motor braces instead of 3; housing mounts and corners are different with a new rubber mount.

Running on cooler with PWM adapter with one fan I got 745-1320rpm; with 2 fans it's 465-1295rpm
To my ears they seem a little quieter but hard to tell.

I'll keep you all posted of anything else I find out.
Edited by doyll - 4/16/13 at 10:12am
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Would be interesting to see what they would get using the new Phanteks TS140


I have a set of the new PH-F140HP fans. Very nice! Only complaint is they are not PWM. Still have to use adapter. frown.gif
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You can see the new black blades are a little bigger with smaller fins on them and bigger motor housing; 4 motor braces instead of 3; housing mounts and corners are different with a new rubber mount.

Running on cooler with PWM adapter with one fan I got 745-1320rpm; with 2 fans it's 465-1295rpm
To my ears they seem a little quieter but hard to tell.

I'll keep you all posted of anything else I find out.

Red one seems good design for guided airflow
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