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Please Suggest Some 140mm Intake Fans for Corsair 330R Case

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I'm looking for a pair of quiet 140mm fans for a Corsair 330R. I was initially looking at picking up a pair of Corsair SF 140s but from what I understand they need open, unrestricted space to function optimally. Since the quiet case is a bit restricted with air coming from the bottom and sides of the front panel, I'm thinking they wouldn't be the best option. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'd like to spend less than $20 each, if possible. Thanks.
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Oops, just saw the thread below regarding 14cm quiet fans. Well if there are any more suggestions specific to this case, that'd be great.
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We'll you get your answer... Phanteks F140SP/XP.

Just double check something with your case, with two 140s I think the fans goes in the lower drive bay ever so slightly, but not 100 percent sure on that measure and see.
Edited by smithydan - 1/12/14 at 2:49pm
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I'm using PH-F140SP in my Enthoo Primo and like them. No testing so it's only an opinion with nothing to substantiate anything... But case is cool and quiet. Enthoo Primo has it's own PWM controlled 3-pin fan hub changing fan speed based on PWM signal biggrin.gif

I'm using PWM case fans in all my other builds using the CPU PWM signal and sometimes GPU PWM signal in all my other builds so have variable case fan speed. Easy to setup and works great!. thumb.gif

Could use PH-F140XP PWM fans on a PWM hub or splitter with PSU power.
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lol, I was looking for you to show up.
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The main noise source within the Enthoo Primo are its five PH-F140SP 140 mm 3-pin fans, which are essentially identical to the PH-F140HP/TS model that ship on some of Phanteks' large heatsinks. This model currently provides the best balance of acoustics and thermal performance of any 140 mm fan we've tested.
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1368-page5.html

They're about $12-15
http://www.overclock.net/t/1457919/newegg-20-off-select-case-fans-including-12-14-phanteks-11-14-cougar-13-60-jetflo

& Hitechlegion review http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/heatsinks/37419-phanteks-f140
Edited by AlphaC - 1/13/14 at 8:28pm
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