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It works fine that way. It's just that on a vertical siding you can use lots of other fans, so your choice broadens.
Ok. As for the best fan for vertical sliding, which would be my best bet between the Enermax T.B Silence, Prolimatech Vortext Blue/Red, and TR X-Silent 140mm?
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Ok. As for the best fan for vertical sliding, which would be my best bet between the Enermax T.B Silence, Prolimatech Vortext Blue/Red, and TR X-Silent 140mm?
That would depend on what you want. The Enermax runs around 750 rpm, with windforce to match. It's also extremely quiet. The others go faster, push more air, make more noise. Check out item 4 in my sig and click on the link to chapter 1 for the tradeoffs involved.

Do remember I was measuring noise from the side. You can also look here.
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That would depend on what you want. The Enermax runs around 750 rpm, with windforce to match. It's also extremely quiet. The others go faster, push more air, make more noise. Check out item 4 in my sig and click on the link to chapter 1 for the tradeoffs involved.

Do remember I was measuring noise from the side. You can also look here.
Ah. But do those fans have the same noise profile as the TY-140?
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Ah. But do those fans have the same noise profile as the TY-140?
Without fancy equipment, all you can do is control noise and effects. As for "profiles" of fans, see the review.
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In the "default" setup of the TY-140's in the SA (push fan on side near RAM modules and push/pull fan in the center), should the center fan be clipped on the same tower where the other fan is clipped onto or should I clip it in the tower near the rear fan slot of the case?
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In the "default" setup of the TY-140's in the SA (push fan on side near RAM modules and push/pull fan in the center), should the center fan be clipped on the same tower where the other fan is clipped onto or should I clip it in the tower near the rear fan slot of the case?
The way I did it was having one fan attached to each tower.
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The way I did it was having one fan attached to each tower.
Something like this: http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...l#post14254477 ? It's kinda weird though that in the website of Thermalright, the picture of the SA there has both fans on ONE tower (tower nearest the RAM modules).
post #778 of 3848
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In the "default" setup of the TY-140's in the SA (push fan on side near RAM modules and push/pull fan in the center), should the center fan be clipped on the same tower where the other fan is clipped onto or should I clip it in the tower near the rear fan slot of the case?
I bet it would make no difference. If adding a 3rd TY-140 only drops your temps by about 2C, I don't see this making much of a difference at all.
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
Something like this: http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...l#post14254477 ? It's kinda weird though that in the website of Thermalright, the picture of the SA there has both fans on ONE tower (tower nearest the RAM modules).
Whoa how did I miss that?! Lol, will have to try that config sometime as well.
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post #780 of 3848
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Whoa how did I miss that?! Lol, will have to try that config sometime as well.
Lol, I was just cable managing my case when I noticed that there were room for two fans in each tower of the SA, looked up the official website and then saw that.

Oh but wait. Try to look at step 1 in the installation manual of the SA. It shows that the clips are installed in TWO towers, lol.
Edited by kevindd992002 - 9/14/11 at 1:08am
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