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Phanteks PH-F140HP

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Are these fans good for radiator? I picked these up since sp series ran out.
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Should be okay I think, they have similar static pressure to the Corsair SP fans if I remember their numbers correctly. I don't know for sure about rads, but it works great on my Hyper 212 Evo.

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post #3 of 9
Performance is very similar but the HP has 120mm fan mounts. It's not square.

F140SP
Speed (RPM) = 1200 ± 250 rpm
Max Airflow = 82.1 CFM
Acoustical Noise = 19 dB (A)
Static Pressure = 1.33mm H2O

F140HP (120mm mounts)
Speed (RPM) = 600 - 1300 ± 250 rpm
Max Airflow = 40.9 - 88.6 CFM
Acoustical Noise = 15.22 - 19 dB(A)
Static Pressure = 0.39-1.64mm H2O

I would suggest the F140XP
Speed (RPM) = 600-1200 ± 250 rpm
Max Airflow = 40.9 - 85.19 CFM
Acoustical Noise = 15.22 - 19 dB (A)
Static Pressure = 0.39-1.52mm H2O
post #4 of 9
No performance comparison across the Phanteks models, but see here (note heatsink testing but maybe with lower thermal load than some others might test at):
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1345-page4.html

Should be similar, anyhow, based on specs, blade geometry, bearing, rpm, etc.
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I would guess a ~5C difference could be attributed to some combination of testing incompetence (inconsistency), sample-to-sample variation (especially in terms of how far off actual rpm is from nominal), and then some small difference between the designs, maybe. But that's only a guess.

Most PWM versions of more or less the same thing have a little bit different performance, though.
Edited by mikeaj - 4/4/14 at 7:38am
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Performance is very similar but the HP has 120mm fan mounts. It's not square.

F140SP
Speed (RPM) = 1200 ± 250 rpm
Max Airflow = 82.1 CFM
Acoustical Noise = 19 dB (A)
Static Pressure = 1.33mm H2O

F140HP (120mm mounts)
Speed (RPM) = 600 - 1300 ± 250 rpm
Max Airflow = 40.9 - 88.6 CFM
Acoustical Noise = 15.22 - 19 dB(A)
Static Pressure = 0.39-1.64mm H2O

I would suggest the F140XP
Speed (RPM) = 600-1200 ± 250 rpm
Max Airflow = 40.9 - 85.19 CFM
Acoustical Noise = 15.22 - 19 dB (A)
Static Pressure = 0.39-1.52mm H2O

Didn't even notice that until I checked to make sure but damn bought wrong fans for radiator
post #8 of 9
I've often wished that more fans came with 140mm mounting "adapters" similar to what NF-P14 FLX do.
post #9 of 9
Nice find on that Overclockersclub review.

Noctua NF-A15 should drop in price outside of the USA. It's running ~$18-19 on Amazon right now, that's ok for the price given the accessories and rubber mounts, but once you take into account aesthetics the Phanteks wins.
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