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post #2721 of 3983
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Nice fan, and the specs of this one (static pressure / cfm) would be?
Found this new model too:
Lots of cfm at "only" 1800 rpm, 122.2 cfm
Not bad cool.gif

600-2500rpm 31.4-130CFM 21-45dBA

dBA is not 21 for a low. More like 15dBA. Same volume as TY-140.

Static pressure I don't know. TY-140 is 1.89mmH20 @ 1300rpm.

Running side by side TY-143 blew itself over at 1900rpm

Fan speeds TY-140 & TY-143 on same PWM signal
TY-140 635 800 860. 915. 975. 1010 1080 1110 1150 1215 1220 1270 1305 1330rpm
TY-143 605 800 950 1110 1260 1400 1550 1700 1850 2000 2150 2300 2400 2500rpm
Thank's wink.gif
Not bad at all, and about the fan availability?
That could be an issue imho
On the contrary the white Spectre Pro is everywhere on the major modding shops, I don't know if I can wait any longer but the spectre is to be modified in order to get it mounted on the D14 smile.gif
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Thank's wink.gif
Not bad at all, and about the fan availability?
That could be an issue imho
No big deal. Just buy a Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme for every 2 TY-143 fans you want. But same number of TY-141 fans to replace the TY-143 you take out of kits and sell the kits on. thumb.gifbiggrin.gif

Seriously, I expect TY-143 to be out within 6 weeks now.
post #2723 of 3983
Hey guys, how do the Thermal Right TY 140s compare to the stock fans on the NH-D14? I can get a couple for a decent price and was wondering if they'd be any better?

Doyll, what are the orange/red color fans that the new Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme has? TY-143s? Are they not for sale yet?
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Seriously, I expect TY-143 to be out within 6 weeks now.
Not yet.
Edited by doyll - 8/9/12 at 8:31am
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Not yet.

Is there any stores I'd be able to buy them from when the are released that ship to Australia.

Also, what do you think about the TY-140s compared to the stock Noctua NH-D14 fans? Is it worth getting a couple of them? What rpm are they and are they very loud?
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No idea mate.

Can you buy the Silver Arrow SB-E down there?
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Not yet.

Is there any stores I'd be able to buy them from when the are released that ship to Australia.

Also, what do you think about the TY-140s compared to the stock Noctua NH-D14 fans? Is it worth getting a couple of them? What rpm are they and are they very loud?

They have better performance than the Noctua's 140mm P14 central fan, also they run at 1300rpm vs 1200 max of the P14's at about the same level of loudness (in full speed)
Consider that the D14's push fan P12 is a 1300rpm 120mm with better static pressure yet lower cfm
Control also if a TY-140-141 will clear your ram since is a bigger fan (140mm) and if it won't fit, use a new Noctua F12 @1500rpm fan and a TY-141 (or TY-140) central fan, and you'll have the best noise/performance balance + they're both pwm smile.gifcool.gif
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Akasa Apache are good in both 140mm & 120mm are also good FN057 & FN058 I think.
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Akasa Apache are good in both 140mm & 120mm are also good FN057 & FN058 I think.

Yeah, and the Vipers are even better yet a bit louder at high rpm
The problem is how to fix the central 140mm since is a regular fan and not a round one with 120mm mounting holes smile.gif
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Yeah, Viper is almost same fan.

My bad. Wasn't thinking about Noctua's 140mm P14 being 120mm mounts.
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