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Azza 2000 hurrican 230mm case fans help

Hello I have an Azza 2000 hurrican case and want to replace the top and side fans that are supposedly listed as 230mm by manufacturers specs. I was wondering if anyone here has successfully found some fans that fit this case and where can I buy them?
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Can you substitute those fans with a 120/140mm fan, at least? That would be ideal for cooling performance.

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230mm fans have almost zero static pressure so if even the smallest resistance makes the fan move almost no air in or out of the case
You are much better off with a pair of 120mm or 140mm fans instead and thats the reason why there are so few cases out there with 200mm or bigger as the fans of that size are not very good

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
230mm fans have almost zero static pressure so if even the smallest resistance makes the fan move almost no air in or out of the case
You are much better off with a pair of 120mm or 140mm fans instead and thats the reason why there are so few cases out there with 200mm or bigger as the fans of that size are not very good
So tell me , why is Cooler Master Haf X is still one of the best cooling case in market even today ? It has 1x230mm and 2x200mm fan installed.
Also , even a cheap thin (20mm ) 20cm CoolerMaster fan(pathetic 0,88 h2o pressure on max) can flow thourgh a radiator ,wich is more restrictive than a pc case with grill+filter
I made a video a while ago :
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The HAF X is not one of the best cooling cases it never was is not and never will be i had one myself and i had 200mm and 230mm fans in it and with drives in the front close to zero air came in the front due to the crappy static pressure

As soon as there is an obstacle or resistance in the case the performance of 200mm+ fans drops like a rock
That is the reason why a smaller but higher static pressure fan is actually better as an intake fan if you have obstacles like drives in the way

Edit: after i ditched the HAF X and moved to a Phanteks Luxe and replaced the front fan (which also was a crappy 200mm fan) i got much better temps with the same hardware and that was due to the Noctua NF-A14 140mm fans having much higer static pressure

You only need to look at the Cooler Master H500P with the plastic front to see what i am talking about
Dual 120mm or 140mm fans are much better than a single 200mm or 230mm fan

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
The HAF X is not one of the best cooling cases it never was is not and never will be i had one myself and i had 200mm and 230mm fans in it and with drives in the front close to zero air came in the front due to the crappy static pressure

As soon as there is an obstacle or resistance in the case the performance of 200mm+ fans drops like a rock
That is the reason why a smaller but higher static pressure fan is actually better as an intake fan if you have obstacles like drives in the way

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You only need to look at the Cooler Master H500P with the plastic front to see what i am talking about
Dual 120mm or 140mm fans are much better than a single 200mm or 230mm fan
Sorry to dissapoint u , but u are completely wrong



HafX and H500p both are in top5 best cooling case , the king is still Raven RV02 also with big fans (3x180mm)
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I said the 500P with plastic front not the newer mesh version
There is a reason why they came out with a mesh version as the old plastic version was one of the worst cases GN ever tested

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