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Emailed Nan's Gaming Gear and said if I wanted the black and white fans, they could replace them with the greenish fans that come in the box originally. Going to wait a couple more weeks to save up some cash and buy it, so get ready to add me! biggrin.gif

Would I have any RAM clearance problems with the SB-E? I just looked up that the G.SKILL Snipers are 42 mm / 1.65 inches tall.
post #2722 of 3848
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Emailed Nan's Gaming Gear and said if I wanted the black and white fans, they could replace them with the greenish fans that come in the box originally. Going to wait a couple more weeks to save up some cash and buy it, so get ready to add me! biggrin.gif
Would I have any RAM clearance problems with the SB-E? I just looked up that the G.SKILL Snipers are 42 mm / 1.65 inches tall.

You may have an issue with the DIMM closet to the CPU socket. frown.gif
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post #2723 of 3848


Heatsink to bottom fins:
31.9mm
39.1mm
46.3mm

Height
162.2mm

Width
154.65mm

Depth
103mm

27mm between towers
post #2724 of 3848
Dang..

I was planning on getting new low profile RAM anyway. Thanks for the help though! Really hope I can buy the SB-E soon so I can finally put the 212 back in its box.
post #2725 of 3848
Hello there guys....
I recently bought the SB-E extreme....very nice piece indeed but very noise too....above 1300 RPM you cannot stay for a long time in the same room.....anyway, the performance.rolleyes.gif....just I overclock my 3570K to 4.5Ghz and 65-69C max temps on OCCT, prime95 a little bit lower....really impressive.thumb.gif

Anyway, I decide to replace the TY-143 fans with 2 TY-141 and for the middle the TY-150.
I have a question, because my ram didn’t allow the first TY-141 to go down and cover the area of the fins if I reverse the fans and make the intake of the air from the rear of the case....will be any significant different to the performance?
Thanks for your thoughts and help…..
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The TY-143 fans are the same dBA and cfm at 1200-1300rpm as the TY-141 so no reason to change to TY-141 fan.

TY-150 up to it's max of doesn't really perform any different than TY-140/141/145/147 or TY-143 up to 1300rpm

TY-150
Fan speed: 500~1100RPM (PWM controlled)
Fan noise: 19~23dBA
Airflow: 38~84CFM

TY-140& TY-147
Fan Weight : 140g
Fan Speed : 900~1300RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 17~21dBA
Airflow : 28.3~74CFM

TY-141 & TY-145
Fan Weight : 140g
Fan Speed : 900~1300RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 17~21dBA
Airflow : 28.3~74CFM

TY-143
Fan Speed: 600~2500 RPM (PWM)
Sound Level: 21~45dBA
Airflow: 31-130CFM

I use TY-140 and TY-143 fans. Both idle down to around 600rpm. Both make same noise level up to 1300rpm. TY-143 has a slightly different sound than TY-140 because it has a different bearing.

The advantages of the SA SB-E Extreme are:
* TY-143 is smaller size so will fit in smaller cases than TY-150
* Same noise and airflow up to TY-150/TY-141 rpm maximum but you have another 1200rpm to play with.

* Some see the red / orange as an advantage too wink.gif

Hopefully the TY-145/147 (black / white versions of TY-141/140) fans will be available before too much longer.
post #2727 of 3848
I want either black ty-143's or Joujye twin turbos for mine... xD
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The TY-143 fans are the same dBA and cfm at 1200-1300rpm as the TY-141 so no reason to change to TY-141 fan.
TY-150 up to it's max of doesn't really perform any different than TY-140/141/145/147 or TY-143 up to 1300rpm
TY-150
Fan speed: 500~1100RPM (PWM controlled)
Fan noise: 19~23dBA
Airflow: 38~84CFM
TY-140& TY-147
Fan Weight : 140g
Fan Speed : 900~1300RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 17~21dBA
Airflow : 28.3~74CFM
TY-141 & TY-145
Fan Weight : 140g
Fan Speed : 900~1300RPM (PWM)
Sound Level : 17~21dBA
Airflow : 28.3~74CFM
TY-143
Fan Speed: 600~2500 RPM (PWM)
Sound Level: 21~45dBA
Airflow: 31-130CFM
I use TY-140 and TY-143 fans. Both idle down to around 600rpm. Both make same noise level up to 1300rpm. TY-143 has a slightly different sound than TY-140 because it has a different bearing.
The advantages of the SA SB-E Extreme are:
* TY-143 is smaller size so will fit in smaller cases than TY-150
* Same noise and airflow up to TY-150/TY-141 rpm maximum but you have another 1200rpm to play with.
* Some see the red / orange as an advantage too wink.gif
Hopefully the TY-145/147 (black / white versions of TY-141/140) fans will be available before too much longer.

You are right about the difference of noise in the same RPM. Below 1270-1220 rpm the TY-143 is almost quite, you hear only the air blowing. Above that range there is an annoying sound. At least is annoying to me and because PWM kick in above 65 Celsius the dB goes up as well. The TY-150 is 10mm bigger so I believe will cover better fins and pipes ....and spinning around 1030-1100rpms you get 84 CFM.....for me better than 1300 of TY-141.
I have now 3 TYs running my silver arrow.....TY-150 in the middle, TY-141 front and back......I prefer to use the rear of the case to front, direction of the fans and seem to work fine...
Edited by jovanni - 11/17/12 at 6:01am
post #2729 of 3848
Here is a picture of the MONSTER SB-E!!!!
post #2730 of 3848
Someone should try either a single middle joujye twin turbo (252cfm and 6k rpm) or 3 fhp141 (new 140x38 silverstone fan, not sure if correct) to help me make up my mind.
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