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post #11 of 23
Arghhh i thought these TY from Modding World were the real deal. Cheaper than Phanteks. Seems that it is a no go then.
post #12 of 23
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Originally Posted by serralha View Post

Arghhh i thought these TY from Modding World were the real deal. Cheaper than Phanteks. Seems that it is a no go then.
I suggest contacting them to verify what thy actually are. The image is of TY-141 or TY-150. Specs look like TY-141 specs.

The TY-143 you linked to from them is the Ty-143. It is a very good fan, but only one can be on each fan header and you have to lower their speed to about half of it's rated 2500rpm.

But like I said, I do not know if they will fit in Enthoo Pro M
post #13 of 23
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

The difference in the 'geek part' is the difference between PWM and variable voltage. We can control 8 - 10 fans from a single PWM header with a PWM hub that uses PSU power. We can only run 2 - 3 fans on a single variable voltage header.

If you use PWM fans and want to control them with PWM they will all have to be controlled by CPU FAN header .. it is the only PWM fan header on your motherboard. The only problem with controlling all case fans with CPU FAN header is if GPU works hard and CPU does not. The case fans only speed up based on CPU temperature, so do not speed up when GPU works hard and get hot. Most PWM fans can be ran on variable voltage with no problems. I have not tried the PH-F140MP on variable voltage but I think it will work just fine .. so you could use variable to control either the PH-F140SP or PH-F140MP

The black/black PH-F140MP is either a little less expensive to make or does not sell as well as black/white PH-F140MP. Both have same motor and perform the same. Only difference is fan impeller color.

Honestly either the PH-F140MP or the PH-F140SP will work very well. You have one PH-F140SP now so if it was me I would get one or two more PH-F140SP fans to go with it.

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I think i understand a bit better now, thx. So how can i run the fans on variable voltage ? is my my current PH-F140SP fan running in that voltage mode then? , im really newb when it comes to fans and their plugs :/

Ok so ill go for the PH-140SP, there's the option to get the white blades one , its a bit more pricey though, would match more with the other fan but other than that i dont see much difference/advantages

http://aeropost.com/site/en/productpage?prodId=6OYcGgKzuCWka6A6y2yO6Q&prodSource=sem&typeSearch=url_found&urlProduct=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FPhanteks-140mm-Cooling-Fan-PH-F140SP-BK%2Fdp%2FB00E9NZV4Y%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1490816992%26sr%3D8-1%26keywords%3DPhanteks%2BPH-F140SP&src=urlDirect

there is another black version that was available a few hours ago and not anymore, seems similar to the one below, i think they are almost the same
http://aeropost.com/site/en/productpage?prodId=AVsSbqifbntdJUufyHnQ&prodSource=cat&typeSearch=kw&src=recentlyViewedCarrousel

so far the black one you linked is the most promising, but it has some bad reviews on amazon, is sth to be concerned about?
https://www.amazon.com/Phanteks-PH-F140SP-BBK-1200RPM-Radiator-Frame-Blades/dp/B016NHOQVC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1490816992&sr=8-2&keywords=Phanteks+PH-F140SP
Edited by chileanfox - 3/29/17 at 2:07pm
post #14 of 23
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Originally Posted by chileanfox View Post

I think i understand a bit better now, thx. So how can i run the fans on variable voltage ? is my my current PH-F140SP fan running in that voltage mode then? , im really newb when it comes to fans and their plugs :/

Ok so ill go for the PH-140SP, there's the option to get the white blades one , its a bit more pricey though, would match more with the other fan but other than that i dont see much difference/advantages

http://aeropost.com/site/en/productpage?prodId=6OYcGgKzuCWka6A6y2yO6Q&prodSource=sem&typeSearch=url_found&urlProduct=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FPhanteks-140mm-Cooling-Fan-PH-F140SP-BK%2Fdp%2FB00E9NZV4Y%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1490816992%26sr%3D8-1%26keywords%3DPhanteks%2BPH-F140SP&src=urlDirect

there is another black version that was available a few hours ago and not anymore, seems similar to the one below, i think they are almost the same
http://aeropost.com/site/en/productpage?prodId=AVsSbqifbntdJUufyHnQ&prodSource=cat&typeSearch=kw&src=recentlyViewedCarrousel

so far the black one you linked is the most promising, but it has some bad reviews on amazon, is sth to be concerned about?
https://www.amazon.com/Phanteks-PH-F140SP-BBK-1200RPM-Radiator-Frame-Blades/dp/B016NHOQVC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1490816992&sr=8-2&keywords=Phanteks+PH-F140SP
Sorry for slow reply.
I've used more than 20 PH-F140SP fans over the years starting with the ones that came in my Enthoo Primo without a single problem .. and I'm a very picky.
post #15 of 23
Thread Starter 
ok thanks, today is the last day to use the coupon, should i go for 2 fans instead of just one? i think its convenient to take advantage of the shipping ( its the same for 1 or 2), 1 fan would be 30 dollars and 2 fans 45$. Then iI could have 2 as intake on the front and one on the back, if not i coud just sell one of the fans here and get a better price for it x)
post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by chileanfox View Post

ok thanks, today is the last day to use the coupon, should i go for 2 fans instead of just one? i think its convenient to take advantage of the shipping ( its the same for 1 or 2), 1 fan would be 30 dollars and 2 fans 45$. Then iI could have 2 as intake on the front and one on the back, if not i coud just sell one of the fans here and get a better price for it x)


Couldn´t hurt, in you case (no pun), two front intakes might do a good job hence you have a dust filter. And like you say, you could sell the extra fan or use on another place on your Phanteks.

If you can spend those extra 15$, go ahead! On my FD Define R5 i´ll do the same, the only difference is that i´ll be mounting two PH-140 MP.
post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by chileanfox View Post

ok thanks, today is the last day to use the coupon, should i go for 2 fans instead of just one? i think its convenient to take advantage of the shipping ( its the same for 1 or 2), 1 fan would be 30 dollars and 2 fans 45$. Then iI could have 2 as intake on the front and one on the back, if not i coud just sell one of the fans here and get a better price for it x)
Like serralha said, get two. I suspect shipping will be less than trying to buy one more at a later date.
post #18 of 23
Thread Starter 
Hey guys, got some good news, the phanteks fans have just arrived today, could you tell me how to set them up? i dont know where to plug them, i hope they are easy to mount
Edited by chileanfox - 4/11/17 at 7:04pm
post #19 of 23
Mounting is with a few screws. I don't remember what your system is, could you remind me?
post #20 of 23
Thread Starter 
https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Foxslink/saved/X7TWZL
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