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Thermalright TY-147A is black housing with white impeller.
Very nice, how they are compared to noctuas? Better/Equal? More noise or less?
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Very nice, how they are compared to noctuas? Better/Equal? More noise or less?
Differences in my opinion are negligible to none. Some people prefer the TY-147A to NF-A15. The NF-A15 that comes with coolers is 1500rpm and accessory NF-A15 are 1200rpm compared to TY-147A being 1300rpm.

Really the biggest difference is are they available to you in your part of our Earth. Here in UK they are very hard to find, so I keep several on hand for when I want to use some.
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Differences in my opinion are negligible to none. Some people prefer the TY-147A to NF-A15. The NF-A15 that comes with coolers is 1500rpm and accessory NF-A15 are 1200rpm compared to TY-147A being 1300rpm.

Really the biggest difference is are they available to you in your part of our Earth. Here in UK they are very hard to find, so I keep several on hand for when I want to use some.

TY-147A hard to find in the UK now? Might as move to Canada and get in on the $75.00 TY-147As and $400 Grand Machos. mad.gif
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