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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Don't know where you are on this big blue marble of ours but here in UK we can pre-order TY-147 for £5.99
Has same bearing and motor specs as TY-141 but with TY-140 fan blade design. Both TY-140 & TY-141 have same performance and noise specs.

TY-140=TY-147
TY-141=TY-145
TY-143= Bladedesign of the TY-140/147, bearing of the TY-141/145

And yes they have the same specs, but in reality the 2bb ones are slightly louder.
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TY-140=TY-147
TY-141=TY-145
TY-143= Bladedesign of the TY-140/147, bearing of the TY-141/145
And yes they have the same specs, but in reality the 2bb ones are slightly louder.
I don't have meter so can't test sound volume. I do notice a slight difference in bearing sound between them.

Until a week ago I thought TY-140/147 had same specs too. But Thermalright specs from their website say:

TY-140
Quote:
Enhanced Hyper-Flow Bearing (EHFB) - to ensure consistent and stable rpm, prolonged lifetime of usage

TY-147
Quote:
Two Ball Bearing - to ensure consistent and stable rpm, prolonged lifetime of usage.

Edited by doyll - 12/16/12 at 11:12am
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I dont think thats true, it wouldnt make any sense either.
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post #2804 of 3860
I don't know. If motors measure the same they could easily put either fan on either motor (I'm guessing they do). Maybe they have used up their inventory of EHFB motors and are now using ball bearings.

Of course it wouldn't be the first time Thermalright posted incorrect specifications/measurements on their website. biggrin.gif
I see they now have the measurements for TY-14x series right on all but True Spirit 140. wink.gif
I think their old 160mm was the diagonal measurement of fan. rolleyes.gif
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Of course it wouldn't be the first time Thermalright posted incorrect specifications/measurements on their website. biggrin.gif

i'm pretty sure that's the case here, but i dont know it 100% either, since i havent held a TY-147 in my hand yet wink.gif

-The german TR Site came out dirst with the specs and they said it's a ehfb.
-They (TR Germany) said it's exactly the same minus the color.
- they sell it instead of the TY-140 (EOL) for the same price as the TY-140 (7,99€) whereas all the 2BB TY-fans (141/143/150) are more expensive at 9.99€
Edited by Elohim - 12/17/12 at 8:54am
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post #2806 of 3860
Why did they put old fan design on TY-143? Because they already have the molds for both designs why not use both? I actually prefer the looks of the 140/143/147 fan to the TY-141/145 TY-150 design.

I will believe German website before others but they still show all TY-14x fans as 160 x 140 x 26.5mm!! biggrin.gif

As far as I know that should be length x width x height. biggrin.gif

TR.com has measurements right and TR.de has bearings right.. We think. thumb.gif

I know somebody in their offices in Taipei. Next time I talk to him I'll ask for a clarification.

PS: have you had a chance to check out the AXP-100 yet? Looks like a very promising compact cooler.

Edit: solsamurai ordered a couple TY-147's from Germany a few days ago. Maybe when he gets them he can tell us what the bearings are... If there's any way to tell.
Edited by doyll - 12/17/12 at 9:13am
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Edit: solsamurai ordered a couple TY-147's from Germany a few days ago. Maybe when he gets them he can tell us what the bearings are... If there's any way to tell.

Slight correction, I will be ordering from the US-based Nan's Gaming Gear. wink.gif I wasn't able to get 'em right away when I last posted. Probably have to wait another month. If I have the funds for it I'll other a fourth fan for dissecting purposes. thumb.gif
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post #2808 of 3860
Just saying (if the TY-147 is a 2BB fan) that it wouldnt make any sense to sell it cheaper than the other 2BB fans. instead it's exactly priced like the TY-140 wich allegedly uses the same internals.

I can just speculate too. I thought they use two different OEMs. Because i have no idea why they would change the blade design either...

The AXP-100: didnt test it yet. The Interesting question will be if it can beat the Samuel 17 and the Big Shuriken 2. The movable fan bracket is definately a nice little feature that sets it apart though. thumb.gif
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You don't need to dissect one. I don't expect bearing failure with either bearing and one of my systems is on 24/7 running TY-140 both horizontal and vertical for over a year now and now problems yet. (knock on wood)

Isn'tit odd Thermalright can't seem to get the right data posted of what it's selling? And giving diagonal x width x thickness of TY-140 fan but H x W x D for all other fans and coolers?? biggrin.gif

Mabye they had a spider doing the measurements and it lost track of which leg was measuring what.. Or was it an octopus??
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You don't need to dissect one. I don't expect bearing failure with either bearing and one of my systems is on 24/7 running TY-140 both horizontal and vertical for over a year now and now problems yet. (knock on wood)
Isn'tit odd Thermalright can't seem to get the right data posted of what it's selling? And giving diagonal x width x thickness of TY-140 fan but H x W x D for all other fans and coolers?? biggrin.gif
Mabye they had a spider doing the measurements and it lost track of which leg was measuring what.. Or was it an octopus??

Lol, that's just in case I fudge up during reassembly. It's not that big a deal. biggrin.gif

Perhaps Mr. TR-Steve wouldn't mind answering your last question? thumb.gif
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