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well there is the silverstone 140mm

http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=366

i have three and they easily push so much more air than 25mm fans

Tests show it to be on par with the TY-143. It isn't any better. It does look nicer (black fan opposed to weird colors), but the extra thickness may limit it's uses.
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post #12 of 18
I have some data at home comparing FHP141 with TY-143. I'll try to remember and post it when I get home.
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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post

well there is the silverstone 140mm

http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=366

i have three and they easily push so much more air than 25mm fans

As far as 140x38mm fans I usually go with SanAce, I can't use a 140x38mm fan in the middle spot in my Phanteks ph-tc14pe.
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As far as 140x38mm fans I usually go with SanAce, I can't use a 140x38mm fan in the middle spot in my Phanteks ph-tc14pe.

I didn't think San Ace sold a 140x38mm fan. But after a search, i did find the San Ace 109P1412M101. 1,900rpm , 38 dBA, and slightly over 5mm H2O static pressure. Only downside is they cost about $60/ea.
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I didn't think San Ace sold a 140x38mm fan. But after a search, i did find the San Ace 109P1412M101. 1,900rpm , 38 dBA, and slightly over 5mm H2O static pressure. Only downside is they cost about $60/ea.

That's what I have. They have a higher power model too. There are fans that are much more expensive than $60.
post #16 of 18
Here is graph and data for SST-FHP141 and TY-143 (141x152x256mm)









New reversible SST-FHP141-VF specifications and blade comparison



post #17 of 18
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The Silverstone 140x38mm fans seem to have better specs than the SanAce 140x38mm 109P1412H101 even at significantly lower RPM's and amps.
post #18 of 18
FHP141 has higher airflow rating, but much lower pressure rating than San Ace at full speed, but pressure rating (ability to overcome resistance) is generally more important then airflow rating. Also the San Ace specs are probably more realistic then consumer fan specs.
San Ace at 1900rpm
5.3mm H2O, 117cfm

FHP141 at 2000rpm
3.7mm H2O, 171cfm
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