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Thermalright has always sold good fans. I would never hesitate on getting any of their fans -- they only contract for the good stuff.

But I am intrigued. What do you need an intake for? I would think a NODE is too small to accept a fan. Do you need an intake for a custom sensor?

True Spirit 120M's fan wasn't that great, or SPCR had a dud sample:
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1326-page4.html
http://www.silentpcreview.com/files/sounds/hsf/thermalright-truespirit-120m-6v-7v-9v-12v.mp3

I seem to recall seeing / hearing X-Silent results on some other site (non-English) and those not being good either.

If you don't need PWM, I guess the Nexus Real Silent 92mm version shouldn't be bad. It's a cheap sleeve-bearing model though. Maybe try Gelid Wing 9. Gelid Wing's supposed to be better than the Silent. Some of the usual suspects like Be Quiet, Noctua, and Noiseblocker probably have reasonable offerings at this size, though the cost is going to be higher...
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Thanks for the info. +rep

 

If you can find a 92mm Gentle Typhoon on remainder somewhere, that was a member of a superb line of fans.

 

But as with all fans for intake, you have to watch the rpm's -- too fast a fan and it's too loud. For years my intake fan was an 800 pm 120mm GT. Great fan, but the 1150 rpm model was too loud for intake, 20 inches from my ear.

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