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Good fan for Prolimatech Megahalems?

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I am looking for a quite fan for it. just one, I am not overclocking so just trying to keep it cool. Any good ones for like 10 bucks out there?
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At that price range, buy a Yate Loon. Get three: low-, medium- and high-speed versions. Three fans will cost about $10.

 

Actually, get two of each. My testing on the D14 suggested that as fan speeds go down you get more benefit from the increased airflow. And two fans don't make a lot more noise than one.

 

Hmm. The low speed YL is nominally 1350 rpm. That might be a little loud for you. So shop around. Most fans at $10 or less are OK. Not great, but OK. Look here, for example. I've gotten things from them.

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I picked up my Phanteks PH-F140HP for $12 on sale. Great fan. Even at the normal price of $15, it's still not a bad deal.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835709026


SPCR had some good things to say about it: http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1345-page4.html
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The Phanteks PH-F140HP/TS is the clear winner in every respect. It edged out the new Noctuas every step of the way, delivering the best overall results of any fan we've tested thus far. To top it off, it had cleanest, smoothest sound of all the new fans in this roundup. If we had to start from scratch, this might be our new reference model.
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