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I have 4 Noisebloker M12-3 from my actual case, are they better then the PH-F140SP?
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post #12312 of 18433
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Originally Posted by PureBlackFire View Post

^ I also taped my filters together on my Luxe. biggrin.gif
You have any problems with it? I just noticed a little dust in very back of PSU. Haven't time to investigate further right now, but think it's because the PSU filter is a little to far forward and is allowing a little unfiltered air to link in on the back side.
post #12313 of 18433
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Originally Posted by PSILVA View Post

140,98eur
I don't know if the filter trick can be done on Enthoo Pro but here is liink to what I did on Luxe.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1418637/official-case-phanteks-case-club-for-lovers-owners/10220_20#post_24095206
post #12314 of 18433
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You have any problems with it? I just noticed a little dust in very back of PSU. Haven't time to investigate further right now, but think it's because the PSU filter is a little to far forward and is allowing a little unfiltered air to link in on the back side.

no. my HX750i's fan is always set to off as it's winter in NY and the thing doesn't reach higher than 35c after hours of use. I did use some crappy painter's tape so it's ripping a bit when I remove the filter. biggrin.gif
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post #12315 of 18433
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Originally Posted by PureBlackFire View Post

no. my HX750i's fan is always set to off as it's winter in NY and the thing doesn't reach higher than 35c after hours of use. I did use some crappy painter's tape so it's ripping a bit when I remove the filter. biggrin.gif
Thanks for the reply.
I used boxing tape and it's holding up fine. wink.gif
post #12316 of 18433
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Originally Posted by PSILVA View Post

I have 4 Noisebloker M12-3 from my actual case, are they better then the PH-F140SP?

Doyll what do you think about this fans?
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post #12317 of 18433
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Originally Posted by PSILVA View Post

Doyll what do you think about this fans?
They are fans.
They move air, more air the faster they go.
They make noise, more noise the faster they go.

As for use as case fans, it depends on what you plan t put in the case and what other fans you will be using.
post #12318 of 18433
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

They are fans.
They move air, more air the faster they go.
They make noise, more noise the faster they go.

As for use as case fans, it depends on what you plan t put in the case and what other fans you will be using.

While this is all completely true, being a little more specific.....

In the users circumstance, he would be putting them into a Luxe or Pro. So, essentially he is asking if two 120mm Noiseblockers would be a better choice than two 140SP. Clearly the answer would be "no", as the 140SP is capable of moving significantly more air at similar speeds and/or noise levels.
post #12319 of 18433
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@PSILVA
You might be able to use them somewhere in the case, depending on what you are putting in it.
post #12320 of 18433
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

@PSILVA
You might be able to use them somewhere in the case, depending on what you are putting in it.

Two of them certainly would be preferable to the included 200mm.
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