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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Two of them certainly would be preferable to the included 200mm.
But don't you think two PH-F140SP are still preferable to two of them?
I have not used them, so don't know how good (or bad) they are. tongue.gif
post #12322 of 18439
So my plans are:

2 Front PH-F140SP (intake)

1 Noisebloker M12-3 bottom (intake)

1 1 Noisebloker M12-3 botton rear (exhaust)

1 or 2 1 Noisebloker M12-3 top (exhaust)

All fans and PH-TC14PE connected to the fan hub from phanteks.
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

But don't you think two PH-F140SP are still preferable to two of them?
I have not used them, so don't know how good (or bad) they are. tongue.gif

Yes, I already stated that.
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Originally Posted by PSILVA View Post

So my plans are:

2 Front PH-F140SP (intake)

1 Noisebloker M12-3 bottom (intake)

1 1 Noisebloker M12-3 botton rear (exhaust)

1 or 2 1 Noisebloker M12-3 top (exhaust)

All fans and PH-TC14PE connected to the fan hub from phanteks.

You have a lot of open air at the top of the Luxe, which is a good thing. That should work with one top fan in the rearmost mounting location.
post #12324 of 18439
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Originally Posted by PSILVA View Post

So my plans are:

2 Front PH-F140SP (intake)

1 Noisebloker M12-3 bottom (intake)

1 1 Noisebloker M12-3 botton rear (exhaust)

1 or 2 1 Noisebloker M12-3 top (exhaust)

All fans and PH-TC14PE connected to the fan hub from phanteks.
Front: 2x PH-F140SP intake
Bottom: 1x M12-3 intake
Back: 1x M12-3 exhaust
Top, back most: 1x M12-3 exhaust.
Remove all unused PCIe back slot covers.
Any more top exhaust usually increased the draw of warm air from GPU up and into the airlfow going to CPU cooler.
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Ok, thanks Doyll and ciarlatano:thumb:
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Updated my build log if anyone want to see how it turned out
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Ok, thanks Doyll and ciarlatano:thumb:
No problem! Please keep us posted how it goes and turns out.thumb.gif
post #12328 of 18439
I used the pwm variant of the noiseblocker multiframe in my old rig. Freakishly quiet fan and the noise it does make has nice tonal qualities. Mine ran up to 2000 rpm, you could hear it at that speed but it was surprising how fast it had to get going before it become very audible. They're good fans, but pretty expensive..
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Which case would you guys recommend Evolv ATX, PRIMO or Luxe for some quiet AIO cooled system with good airflow with some Noctua fans or some other quiet ones ?

I will get a new system (probably X99 platform) this year and I'm in search for a good looking, functional case. Evolv ATX is beautiful though.

EDIT: I'm not interested in PRIMO, it's too big.
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Originally Posted by Avant Garde View Post

Which case would you guys recommend Evolv ATX, PRIMO or Luxe for some quiet AIO cooled system with good airflow with some Noctua fans or some other quiet ones ?

I will get a new system (probably X99 platform) this year and I'm in search for a good looking, functional case. Evolv ATX is beautiful though.

EDIT: I'm not interested in PRIMO, it's too big.
Dont bother with AIO cooling unless you are talking about a Swiftech or EK cooler.
Its a common misconception that CLC AIO coolers are better then air coolers and its simply not true.
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