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FF122 is a good alternative. Nobody is going to see it on the bottom of your case.. even if it's sets on your desk. wink.gif

I'm using FF141's and would prefer FF143's but they were not being made when I got mine a few years back.

I found FF143 but they are for like 9 euros each, which is kinda of a rip-off, when I can find FF122-FF142 for half the price.
post #132 of 2323
If you want pretty check out DEMCiflex filters.. They used to be even high priced than they are now. biggrin.gif
http://www.demcifilter.com/

I don't know if they are any better. I suspect about the same. Dave may know. biggrin.gif
post #133 of 2323
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If you want pretty check out DEMCiflex filters.. They used to be even high priced than they are now. biggrin.gif
http://www.demcifilter.com/

I don't know if they are any better. I suspect about the same. Dave may know. biggrin.gif
I would say demciflex are really just better. It justifies the price difference. Silverstone for those who don't need to eke out every single bit of unrestricted airflow you can get behind a filter demciflex for those you know ...
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I would say demciflex are really just better. It justifies the price difference. Silverstone for those who don't need to eke out every single bit of unrestricted airflow you can get behind a filter demciflex for those you know ...
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Any data / links to show the difference? thumb.gif
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Any data / links to show the difference? thumb.gif
Data? Only my hand tongue.gif
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I saw they have specific kits for each Case, I just emailed them to ask them when they are releasing a 750D kit, will post back if I get an answer.
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I saw they have specific kits for each Case, I just emailed them to ask them when they are releasing a 750D kit, will post back if I get an answer.
Fantastic.
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hi guys. im thinking of getting the corsair 750d and was thinking of upgrading all of my fans (yes i have noctuas and apache's)i will be using push pull on the top for my h100 and push pull on the back for my 620/h60.

which fans would you say would be better to get
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Scythe-Gentle-Typhoon-120mm-Case-Fan-1850-RPM-D1225C12B5AP-15-/400526919102?pt=UK_Computing_Case_Fans&hash=item5d4143c5be 11 of them would be £133
where as 12 corsair sp 120s http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171109276277 would be £138
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hi guys. im thinking of getting the corsair 750d and was thinking of upgrading all of my fans (yes i have noctuas and apache's)i will be using push pull on the top for my h100 and push pull on the back for my 620/h60.

which fans would you say would be better to get
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Scythe-Gentle-Typhoon-120mm-Case-Fan-1850-RPM-D1225C12B5AP-15-/400526919102?pt=UK_Computing_Case_Fans&hash=item5d4143c5be 11 of them would be £133
where as 12 corsair sp 120s http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171109276277 would be £138

Any reason you are thinking of changing all your fans?

The corsair fans are not good on radiators as the air will escape through the spaces in the fan, the AP15s on the other hand are fine unless you run them at around 1100RPM, this is around the point the growl, you can get around this by using a shroud (a old fan will do), and some rubber or sponge to absorb the vibrations if you care about noise.
post #140 of 2323
I have some foam padding I could use to stop the air flow issues.

at the moment im using a haf x with a miss match set of fans, I have the stock fans on the side and front. noctuas on push pull in the top and akasa apache on the back exhausting from when the h60 was on there. ive got a theme of red black clear army/earthy brown and cream/beige

ive been looking at the 750d for a while along with the haf xb and fractal r3/4 and im more drawn to the 750d. I know the fans in the 750d are sp140s and I have 2 similar fans that came with my h100I

I thought that while changing my case I might as well change all the fans to one set so they all match

all the fans ive got now are in really good condition all beit have been extended and re-sleeved, so I could sell them to re-coupe some of the cost back along with the case.
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