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Thermalright TY-147A Sq, TY-143 Sq & TY-141 Sq

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Theralright is finally selling square versions of their popular TY series fans!











Technical Spec :
TY-147A Sq
Fan Dimension :
L140 mm x H140 mm x W25 mm
Fan Weight : 190g
Fan Speed : 300 - 1300 RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 16 - 22 dBA
Airflow : 14.42 - 62.5 CFM

Technical Spec :
TY-143 Sq
Fan Dimension :
L140 mm x H140 mm x W25 mm
Fan Weight : 190g
Fan Speed : 600 - 2500 RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 22 - 48 dBA
Airflow : 29.54 - 123.05 CFM


Technical Spec :
TY-141 Sq
Fan Dimension :
L140 mm x H140 mm x W25 mm
Fan Weight : 200g
Fan Speed : 300 - 1300 RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 16 - 22 dBA
Airflow : 13.26 - 57.45 CFM

The first testing I know is by ehume;

At a gla]nce it apears they are performing as good as any of the other fans in the graph.
I wish ehume tested at a few fixed rpm points, like 600rpm, 900rpm, 1200rpm, 1500rpm, 2000rpm & 2500rpm so we could see the fans really compare to each other.
Hopefully others testing will give us more data.

Thermalright TY SQ Pros
They move a lot of air
The bladeshapes make for quiet-running fans
The fans come with long-lasting bearings, either twin ball races or EHFB
With square frames, they are suitable for rads and case fans
The fans come with useful accessories
The packaging is recyclable

Thermalright TY SQ Cons
These fans are not yet available in the US

Thermalbench TY-147A SQ review
http://thermalbench.com/2016/08/11/thermalright-ty-147a-sq-140-mm-fan/

Thermalbench TY-143 SQ review
http://thermalbench.com/2016/08/19/thermalright-ty-143-sq-140-mm-fan/
Edited by doyll - 8/19/16 at 9:38am
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Thermalright TY SQ Cons
These fans are not yet available in the US

:/

If this follows convention, it's gonna be listed at a price premium on Nan's Amazon store haha.
We really need more competitiion state-side to get the prices down.
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Originally Posted by mav451 View Post

:/

If this follows convention, it's gonna be listed at a price premium on Nan's Amazon store haha.
We really need more competitiion state-side to get the prices down.
Thermalright really need to do some aggressive dealership development if they want to stay in the business.
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The red and orange....just "why?"....... buttkick.gif

I would be all over a pair of TY-143 for my intakes if they were black, or black and white. Incredibly quiet at low speeds, great rpm range, and the ability to push massive amounts of air if the need is there. Unfortunately, I have no plans of looking through my side window at a completely monochromatic build and seeing red and orange at the front of it. And it kills me, since a TY-147A+TY143 would be a perfect combo for my intakes to balance the three F120MP I have as exhaust.
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The red and orange....just "why?"....... buttkick.gif

I would be all over a pair of TY-143 for my intakes if they were black, or black and white. Incredibly quiet at low speeds, great rpm range, and the ability to push massive amounts of air if the need is there. Unfortunately, I have no plans of looking through my side window at a completely monochromatic build and seeing red and orange at the front of it. And it kills me, since a TY-147A+TY143 would be a perfect combo for my intakes to balance the three F120MP I have as exhaust.
I hear your pain.

The TY-143 are one of a very few fans that will idle at less then 600rpm, are very quiet up to 1000-1100rpm, not overly loud below 1500-1700rpm and can go all the way to 2500rpm when massive airflow is needed.

They are like having a luxury sedan when driven normally that turns into a sports car when we downshift and punch it.

I'm waiting to see how geggeg does with his testing.
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I too sympathize. Even the red is too orange for what I want for an Asus ROG build. One good thing, though, is that you can get close to TY143 performance with EK Furious Vardars and they're nice and Black and Square - if you don't mind replacing that red sleeving.

 

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I hear your pain.

The TY-143 are one of a very few fans that will idle at less then 600rpm, are very quiet up to 1000-1100rpm, not overly loud below 1500-1700rpm and can go all the way to 2500rpm when massive airflow is needed.

They are like having a luxury sedan when driven normally that turns into a sports car when we downshift and punch it.

I'm waiting to see how geggeg does with his testing.

I'm sorry, but any testing that does not show the 120mm iPPC 2000 to be the perfect fan for all applications is flawed. tongue.gif

Or at least that is what we have been told.....

/sarcasm caused by ridiculousness in another thread
Edited by ciarlatano - 7/27/16 at 9:39am
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Originally Posted by Himo5 View Post

I too sympathize. Even the red is too orange for what I want for an Asus ROG build. One good thing, though, is that you can get close to TY143 performance with EK Furious Vardars and they're nice and Black and Square - if you don't mind replacing that red sleeving.


I'm sorry, but that 'orange' looking housing is not even close to accurate of TY-143 red color. Did you leave it setting in the sun for a year before you took that pic? tongue.gif


I ran TY-143 on my PH-TC14PE all the years I had it. biggrin.gif
Edited by doyll - 7/27/16 at 10:29am
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I'm sorry, but that 'orange' looking housing is not even close to accurate of TY-143 red color. Did you leave it setting in the sun for a year before you took that pic? tongue.gif


I ran TY-143 on my PH-TC14PE all the years I had it. biggrin.gif

The sample of the TY-143 SQ I just got looks even deeper red than that. The orange blades are another matter, the words "neon" and "fluorescent" spring to mind.
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Sorry. All 3 of my brand new TY143 fans are distinctly less red than my Phanteks, my G.Skill TridentX or the red parts on my Crossblade Ranger. I could wait for daylight to set up a genuine light test but even now, varying between desk, room, monitor and even projector lights the difference sticks out like a sore thumb in every case.

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