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Originally Posted by LeonKennedy View Post

Ok I decide to go with the H115i because I have better deal for that.

Another concern: If I want to use push-pull configuration, beside 2 fans include, which 2 fans should I buy for complete setup?

In my location I can buy these fan:

- Thermalright TY-143.
- Phanteks F140 HP.
- Phanteks F140 XP.
- Phanteks F140 SP.

I would probably replace the two that come with it and just buy 4 new fans that are all the same model. Unfortunately, Corsair doesn't sell the fans that come with their coolers (at least not the 140mm versions).

Out of the Phanteks fans you listed, all of them are static pressure fans so it will come down to which ones are variable speed and which are the quietest. The SP runs at 1300 RPM (+/-250) and doesn't seem to be PWM. The XP runs between 600-1200 RPM and is PWM. I would go with that one. They also make an MP model that they advertise as being specifically for rads, so look into that one too.
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I would probably replace the two that come with it and just buy 4 new fans that are all the same model. Unfortunately, Corsair doesn't sell the fans that come with their coolers (at least not the 140mm versions).

Out of the Phanteks fans you listed, all of them are static pressure fans so it will come down to which ones are variable speed and which are the quietest. The SP runs at 1300 RPM (+/-250) and doesn't seem to be PWM. The XP runs between 600-1200 RPM and is PWM. I would go with that one. They also make an MP model that they advertise as being specifically for rads, so look into that one too.

Why do I need a PWM fan? Because I think 1300RPM is still silent enough.

I can't find any store that sell MP version. frown.gif

What does static pressure fan mean? Do I really need that fan for my purpose?
post #23 of 24
HP and TY-143 cant be uses as it is not the correct mounting holes as you need square frame fans.
Phanteks MP is the only choice out of them all for SP fans.
You need SP to allow the air go through the dense fins.

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HP and TY-143 cant be uses as it is not the correct mounting holes as you need square frame fans.
Phanteks MP is the only choice out of them all for SP fans.
You need SP to allow the air go through the dense fins.

Where are you located? What shop you going to get your parts from?

Thanks, I will get the SP version.

I live in Vietnam, the only store that I can find Phanteks product is Tan Doanh, but they don't have MP version, just the above fans I provided. If I choose shipping from Amazon, the MP version costs me almost twice the price compare to the SP, that's not good.
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