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Looks Great FrancisJF!

Thanks, I'm already wanting to replace my Swiftech Helix fans, their too loud.....lol

any good 140mm fans besides noctua?
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NB-BlackSilent Pro PK-3?
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NB-BlackSilent Pro PK-3?

Is it quiet in push pull and full blast? smile.gif
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They aren't as silent as other 140mm fans, but they move a ton of air.
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You could also take a look at Gelid Wing 14s and Akasa Vipers.
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Damn, I guess I'll replace my 280 rad to a 240 so I could just get more AP-15's before they run out, lol I love AP-15 fans.....my 360 rad w/AP-15 in push/pull is quiet compare to the 280 w/Swiftech Helix also in push/pull...
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Thanks, I'm already wanting to replace my Swiftech Helix fans, their too loud.....lol

any good 140mm fans besides noctua?

I mentioned the Phanteks PH-F140SP several pages back but you probably didn't see it. SilentPCReview does some great fan reviews and they did a 140mm fan round-up recently, shortly after the release of this new Phanteks model. It's a very well suited fan for radiators and has a very nice, low noise sound characteristic. It came out with the Phanteks Enthoo Primo case and if you check out the Enthoo Primo Owners Club thread you'll see that pretty much everyone loves these fans and uses them in their WC builds. I have 4 of them in my Caselabs Mercury S5 build that I just finished today and 4 Noiseblocker eLoops which are also great quiet fans, and the Phanteks are just about the same in terms of noise as the eLoops, at least in the mid-range RPM ranges. They're both very quiet but while the eLoop have a slight hum to their sound, the PH-F140's just sound like smooth air blowing which I find pleasing compared to the sound of most fans. The move a lot of air, too.

Here's the SilentPCReviews fan round-up. Page 7 has the conclusion with graphs of all of the fans compared. I highly recommend them. Probably the best all around 140 out there. They're very well constructed too, with anti vibration rubber pads in each corner, sleeving, etc. They also come in a PWM model as well as a model that has blue LED's (which could be swapped for any color if you wanted) that glows nicely on the white blades (that's what gives the front intake of the Enthoo Primo it's blue glow).

http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1345-page1.html

"The Phanteks PH-F140HP/TS is the clear winner in every respect. It edged out the new Noctuas every step of the way, delivering the best overall results of any fan we've tested thus far. To top it off, it had cleanest, smoothest sound of all the new fans in this roundup. If we had to start from scratch, this might be our new reference model."
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Never heard of Phanteks PH-F140SP, I'll give them a try....

Thanks ADragg
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trying to decide how to mod my m8, you should see my search results, i have some minor ideas, but i am going to acquire some ideas elsewhere

Don't you dare touch Thelma! She was mine first and if you mod her you will sully the legend of the only public M8 with drop in rad mounts!
post #5069 of 22267
Bought an aquarium RGB LED controller together with the RGB LEDs of course, mounted the controller box on the back of my M8.

It's powered by a 12v external adapter (keeping it separate from components powered by my PSU since I'm not sure of the quality of the controller. Anyway, it works like a charm, I can go dark, that is, absolutely no LED lighting other than from the mobo, GPU and soundcard. I can control the LED effect and colors via the supplied remote control. Some examples of the colors:



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post #5070 of 22267
Hi guys,

I was originally thinking about buying a Phanteks Enthoo Primo for my new build, and ordered one the other day, but after watching some vids and reading build logs, I think I am in love with CaseLabs smile.gif
I'm looking to buy the ST10, but have a question about what to order.
I have an Alphacool UT60 480mm that's going in the top, going with the 31mm top cover, but my question is about the radiator mount.
If I choose the "Drop-in style with 120.4 mount", does that include the actual mounting bracket, or is that only the cutout at the top?
Ie do I have to order SM8/ST10 120.4 Radiator Drop-In Mount as well?

Sorry if this has been asked before, but man this thread is huge smile.gif
Edited by Propanelgen - 3/3/14 at 6:43am
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