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I currently have a corsair 600t stock 120mm rear fan, which ive just found out is blowing into the case which I don't belive is good for temps?? so I was gonna swap it around but I might as well put a better 120mm fan in myself. ive been looking at the corsair SP 120 quite EDITION but im not sure that's the best? could someone give me some advice please. thanks
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1321074/tator-tots-big-quiet-120mm-140mm-fan-round-up
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I used Cooler Master Sickleflow 120mm as my intake and had it as an exhaust when I had my Hyper 212 evo. Pushed a lot of air. @ $8.99 CA, can't really argue. Good case fan.
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The rear fan isn't too demanding, so it's a good place to prioritize low noise/aesthetics or whatever. Some fans worth considering for rear exhaust, imo: Noiseblocker Multiframe 750rpm/NB-eLoop, Noctua NF-P12, Enermax T.B. Silence or Enermax Enlobal Marathon, Gelid Wing 12, Thermaltake Silent Cat, Scythe Slipstream-800 (though they just came out with a new design), Sharkoon Silent Eagle SE (a rarely mentioned, very nice fan).. just off the top of my head.
    
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The rear fan isn't too demanding, so it's a good place to prioritize low noise/aesthetics or whatever. Some fans worth considering for rear exhaust, imo: Noiseblocker Multiframe 750rpm/NB-eLoop, Noctua NF-P12, Enermax T.B. Silence or Enermax Enlobal Marathon, Gelid Wing 12, Thermaltake Silent Cat, Scythe Slipstream-800 (though they just came out with a new design), Sharkoon Silent Eagle SE (a rarely mentioned, very nice fan).. just off the top of my head.

ok thanks I will take a look, but what about the Enermax UCEV12 Everest TWISTER? ive been looking at this one and apparently its only 12db and 48,6 cfm??
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ok thanks I will take a look, but what about the Enermax UCEV12 Everest TWISTER? ive been looking at this one and apparently its only 12db and 48,6 cfm??

These are great

http://www.coolermaster.co.uk/product.php?product_id=6707
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Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM Slip Stream 120mm Fan (110 CFM @ Max 37dB) - great if you wish to create negative air flow:thumb:
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Scythe Kaze Jyuni 1900RPM Slip Stream 120mm Fan (110 CFM @ Max 37dB) - great if you wish to create negative air flow:thumb:

... and great if you want some headache. that fan is a noise machine from 1600 rtm/min onward.
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37db?! Considering how many PC fan manufacturer data isn't right (PC means Scythe (apart from the GTs) Xigmatek CM etc etc) ... 37db is ALOT. My 2000rpm fans are just 34db. Yeah 34db. tongue.gif
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post #10 of 19
dBA may be accurate but accurate in what environment? A fan out in the open is usually quieter than it is in a case or on a cooler.
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