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So after asking around to see if I should go up to the 2500K, the conclusion was reached to keep my Q9550. I think part of the reason I stopped at 3.4GHz was because both of my case's original fans decided they didn't like working in a horizontal configuration probably because they were sleeve bearings. They made a noisy fit until I slammed my fist down on one of them, effectively breaking it.

From what I heard, I would need something along the lines of dual ball bearings for that type of work. Am I right?

Anyway, please give me some suggestions outside of this one:
Masscool 140mm

Thanks!

EDIT: Silent to relatively quiet operation desired so around 1000RPM tops and no LEDs please.
Edited by RallyMaster - 4/11/11 at 4:36pm
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post #2 of 13
There is an informative thread here by ehume that tests various 140mm fans, including the Masscool fan you linked. Here is also a roundup of 140mm fans.

I have only owned one 140mm fan (Thermalright X-Silent 140). I thought it was a good fan during it's brief usage (I couldn't fit the fan in my case) and it did what it needed to do, relatively quietly.

Edit: I believe the fan was sleeve-bearing and in my case, used vertically rather than the horizontal usage you need. As for the 140 not fitting, it's because my case doesn't have 140mm mounting holes and I couldn't rig the fan in a way that wouldn't get in the way of my other fans. The X-Silent itself didn't have any issues.
Edited by wongster - 4/11/11 at 3:37pm
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Noiseblocker's. Watch out with 140mm fans with 120mm fittings (Thermalright's and Scythe), I've had problems with them, just like ^.
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I've been running this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185157

Also has sleeve bearing but no motor noises since being installed in the top of my rig 1-6-11. Also has a 120mm fan screw hole spread but it is a 140mm fan. I don't dare comment on the "Silent" factor as everyone has there own ideas, but it's quiet to me other than the air moving through the grating in the case. May not be a lot of help for you, but just thought I'd share as I went through the same thing as you earlier this year and found this fan, or spend about twice the price. No-brainer for me as I was/am experimenting yet. Happy with it so far, only issue is time will tell about longevity.
 
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post #5 of 13
The silent x is good, I can't here it from my case and it fits 140mm holes unlike the TY-140.

Another one is the enermax tb silence, its low noise but low airflow.

You can use sleeve bearing (yate loon D14SL) fans but you have to oil them on a regular basis to stop the noise, I dont know how regular though.

Ehume has a guide on that and lots of handy stuff on fan as pointed out by wongster.
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Well, thanks for the help so far. I'm not looking for 140mm fans with 120mm mounts since my case actually takes the 140mm mount for the top. I'll look into the Thermalright X-Silent then.
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post #7 of 13
i think the ty-140 is the best cfm/noise 140mm
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Except...it only has holes for 120mm.
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If you're running your heatsink front-to-back, you won't want two 140mm exhaust fans. You'll want one 140mm top intake fan at the front to present your cpu heatsink with cool air. You will then block the rear top fan position to prevent air recirculation. People who have switched from top exhaust to top intake see a 3-5c improvement in the cpu temps.

The TR X-Silent 140 is a fine fan, but struggles, vibrates and clicks when output is pointed up. The Prolimatech Blue Vortex (the Red Vortex is an LED fan) is better than the X-Silent, and can be used horizontally, but again vibrates a bit when pointed up.

You can use many 140mm fans pointed down, which I recommend.

For comparisons on 140mm fans see item 4 in my sig, and this review. Both have been cited above.
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Thanks ehume! I will take these things into consideration. For now, I kicked the output on my rear fan to max so let's see what this does here...
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