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Hmmm. Seems like the square fans aren't on Taobao at the moment. Importing from the States or Europe will cost me way too much. My options are mainly China, Taiwan or Japan, Australia can be considered but their postage is horrifying.
Try finding
Cooljag Everflow 140mm x 25mm Model # R121425SL.
They are basically the same fan.
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In this comparison drawing the two housings. The round version has much bigger cylindrical area middle area between the tapers into and out of housing.


Edited by doyll - 8/8/16 at 4:55am
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Try finding
Cooljag Everflow 140mm x 25mm Model # R121425SL.
They are basically the same fan.
The one you mentioned is a 3-pin fan (and only available in FrozenCPU online, though I can try to hit up the electronics district in Kuala Lumpur for a try), but it brings another interesting question: How does this compare to probably one of the most decent 3-pin 140mm fan out there, the Phanteks PH-F140SP?
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The one you mentioned is a 3-pin fan (and only available in FrozenCPU online, though I can try to hit up the electronics district in Kuala Lumpur for a try), but it brings another interesting question: How does this compare to probably one of the most decent 3-pin 140mm fan out there, the Phanteks PH-F140SP?

F121425BUAF
https://www.pugetsystems.com/store/item.php?cat=Additional+Cooling&id=9355&com=d41d8cd9
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Everflow-Lufter-140x140x25mm-R121425BUAF-DC-12V-2600-U-min-43dBA-Kugellager-PWM-/360568260382?hash=item53f38b071e:g:jlMAAOSw1DtXEJBh
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The one you mentioned is a 3-pin fan (and only available in FrozenCPU online, though I can try to hit up the electronics district in Kuala Lumpur for a try), but it brings another interesting question: How does this compare to probably one of the most decent 3-pin 140mm fan out there, the Phanteks PH-F140SP?
There are / were a few different versions using this housing and fan design.
PWM version is model # F121425BUAF
Specifications:
· Fan size: 140x140x25mm
· Fan voltage: 12V
· Bearing: Dual Ball bearing
· Fan speed: 600 ~2600 rpm
· Noise Level: 20 ~43 dBA
· Air Flow: 29.68 ~126.02 CFM
· Power : 1.2 ~13.2 W
· Static pressure : 0.29 ~5.22 mmH2O
· Fan connector: 4-pin
· Lead wire: UL1007 #26AWG or equivalent
· Pin Assignment : Pin 1 Black (GND), Pin 2 Yellow (PWR), Pin 3 Green (SGN), Pin 4 Blue (PWM)

PCmodd in Argentina show them on their site.

I'm not finding any in Asia. frown.gif


I knew Puget had them but they do not sell outside of USA. Was trying to find them elsewhere and hadn't found them on my side of pond. Good one! thumb.gif.
Edited by doyll - 8/8/16 at 4:30am
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Geggeg has his Thermalbench review up for the TY-147A SQ
http://thermalbench.com/2016/08/11/thermalright-ty-147a-sq-140-mm-fan/
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Geggeg just finished tests and review of TY-143 SQ
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The Thermalright TY-143 SQ did not disappoint. It may be an old engine in a new body, but it still works well. Packaging and build quality was good, and it is a high speed 140 mm fan that distinguished itself by being quieter than the others while yet pushing decent amount of air through to bring it on par with the other good fans tested so far. ...

http://thermalbench.com/2016/08/11/thermalright-ty-147a-sq-140-mm-fan/
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I like how you didn't include the bit about that purple and orange color scheme tongue.gif

All good though, nice fans that are well priced compared to the other high speed 140 mm fans. Just get someone to sell them over here now, preferably with a rattle can combo.
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I like how you didn't include the bit about that purple and orange color scheme tongue.gif

All good though, nice fans that are well priced compared to the other high speed 140 mm fans. Just get someone to sell them over here now, preferably with a rattle can combo.
It is 'royal red' color.biggrin.gif
I also linked both of your reviews in OP.

Now if we can get some to buy in USA .. and hopefully do an all black or a black / white version we well be in like Flynn!
I think they would sell well even at similar prices to what TY-147A and TY-143 sell for now in USA.
Between an all black TY-143 SQ or the normal TY-143 SQ 'royal red' and orange colors, which would you be interested in buying?

Edited by doyll - 8/19/16 at 10:25am
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It is 'royal red' color.biggrin.gif
I also linked both of your reviews in OP.

Now if we can get some to buy in USA .. and hopefully do an all black or a black / white version we well be in like Flynn!
I think they would sell well even at similar prices to what TY-147A and TY-143 sell for now in USA
if they looked like this instead of the 'royal red' and orange colors like this

You need a new prescription (glasses), @doyll. The color is clearly listed as "royal pain". biggrin.gif
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