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You should probably update the title or OP to say it's good until the 20th
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1-2°C lower temperatures. If you have a large enough case for the Silver Arrow and do not have fans already, the Silver Arrow (which comes with fans) is well worth the extra $13 (VenX Black is $62.99 shipped @ superbiiz). If you've already invested in fans, the VenX may be a better option for you.

I hopped on the VenX this afternoon because I JUST bought a slew of 120mm fans.
I'm using a VenX w/ a single Scythe SFLEX E, but will need to be switching to a quieter fan soon. The E spins @ 1200 RPM and claims to push 49CFM...at what db, I have no idea. But I'm thinking something in the neighborhood of 800 RPM SFLEX noise level would be ideal.

If that makes sense to anyone or you can relate to this and compare it to the Silver Arrow, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!
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Hello fellow audiophile,

A good 140 pushes more air than the same a good 120mm fan, and the Thermalrights are the best 140. These are a quiet cooler with 2 fans at full speed. You should totally get it if it works in your case.

And heres some esteemed ocn opinions on the fans that come with this cooler
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Final Score: 9/10 Recommended
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Originally Posted by Bing View Post
Imo, currently one of the best noise to performance ratio for 140mm fan, to me its like the GentleTyphoon of 140mm class fan.[/IMG]
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Used Gentle Typhoons, Noctuas, Yates, Gelid, can't remember the other 20.

These TY-140 are awesome.
Performance wise they equal the highly regarded Noctua 140mm, but are quieter and significantly cheaper.
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They perform better than the Noctua models. More so when it comes to Static Pressure.
http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...l#post11802079

also...

http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1171-page5.html


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I'm using a VenX w/ a single Scythe SFLEX E, but will need to be switching to a quieter fan soon. The E spins @ 1200 RPM and claims to push 49CFM...at what db, I have no idea. But I'm thinking something in the neighborhood of 800 RPM SFLEX noise level would be ideal.

If that makes sense to anyone or you can relate to this and compare it to the Silver Arrow, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!

Edited by hellonwheelz - 3/16/11 at 4:28am
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bump.
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have a question for that price why not get a noctua from newegg which is $75 shipped?
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Because it's not as good.
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have a question for that price why not get a noctua from newegg which is $75 shipped?
Completely preference. The 1-2 degree difference either way will be completely mitigated by how well you apply your TIM.

I went for the SA because none of my local shops carried the Noctua, simple as that; not to say one's better.
    
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have a question for that price why not get a noctua from newegg which is $75 shipped?
You could read through this thread, or a half a dozen others on ocn.
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