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Best fans for a Phantek Enthoo Luxe

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I will be upgrading my case to an Phantek Enthoo Luxe. My thoughts on case fans in the past has been bigger fans and more of them. Which has caused me to have 9 120mm Yate loon medium fans in my case. After research I now know this isn't the best idea. Also that the fans I have bought are not the best for my application either.

So I would like to know what the best fans for the Enthoo Luxe are. This being whatever size and how ever many I need. I am capable of modding the case. So if there happens to be a way to increase cooling then I'm up for it.

I will be using a h100i to cool my cpu so 2 or 4 of the fans need to be static pressure. Also the front fans I would like to be blue leds. All the rest though no leds at all as I will be painting them.

As for the components going into the case
-i5 3570k cooled by h100i
-2 Sapphire 290 Tri-X
- Gigabyte Z77x ud3h
-16gb Corsair Vengeance ram (4 sticks)
-evga supernova 1000w g2
-2 1tb hardrive going behind the motherboard
-120gb corsair ssd behind the motherboard also
P. S. If I missed anything the rig is my signature rig

Thank you for any inputs it is appreciated.
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First, I'll offer my condolences for being stuck with H100. biggrin.gif

The PH-F140SP supplied with the Enthoo Pro is quite good. Change the front 200mm to 2x F140SP and a 3rd in bottom as intakes with 1 rear exhaust and you should be good to go. Oh, and put that poor old H100 in the top as exhaust. biggrin.gif
The Phanteks case groups are friendly and helpful.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1347211/thermalright-axp-100-showed-up-today/0_20
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Should I add a third fan up top as any exhaust? Also should I replace the yate loons on my h100?
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Originally Posted by roudabout6 View Post

Should I add a third fan up top as any exhaust? Also should I replace the yate loons on my h100?
The PH-F140SP will move and push the air right on through the case no problems. Adding another top exhaust would give you more exhaust than intake and cause dust to leak into case. The 3x intake vents front and bottom are filtered
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

The PH-F140SP will move and push the air right on through the case no problems. Adding another top exhaust would give you more exhaust than intake and cause dust to leak into case. The 3x intake vents front and bottom are filtered
So the replacing the yate loons on my h100 rad is not worth the upgrade
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