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my case has 2 120mm intake fans in front and a rear 120mm exhaust fan. they are too loud for the performance they offer.

anyone try using a Sanyo Denki 9G1212H1011 with a silver arrow? i'm thinking about it and using the 2 ty-140 fans to replace my front case fans.

or should i just buy 2 gt ap15 for the front and leave the ty-140's on the silver arrow? i wanna explore all my options for improving noise/temps.
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The AP-14 gives you a similar performance that AP-15 with less price and noise.
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