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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-21-2019, 07:17 PM - Thread Starter
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Decent Budget SP Fan Recommendation.

Looking to get some new SP fans for my radiators. Im looking for 140mm with quality and performance similar to Noctuas but without the massive price tag. I need a total of 16 fans for push/pull so keep that in mind. These radiators are hidden so i could careless about RGB or aesthetics as they will not be seen only heard. PWM will probably never go past 1200 rpms so.

I was looking at the newer Arctic P14 fans. They sell them in a value pack which would keep from breaking the bank.

https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-P14-Va.../dp/B07HCKWF2X

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The new P14's are pretty good and are the best bang-for-the-buck that you'll find. They get my vote.

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Arctic P14 without question, topic can be closed
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Quote: Originally Posted by Fifth Horseman View Post
Looking to get some new SP fans for my radiators. Im looking for 140mm with quality and performance similar to Noctuas but without the massive price tag. I need a total of 16 fans for push/pull so keep that in mind. These radiators are hidden so i could careless about RGB or aesthetics as they will not be seen only heard. PWM will probably never go past 1200 rpms so.

I was looking at the newer Arctic P14 fans. They sell them in a value pack which would keep from breaking the bank.

https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-P14-Va.../dp/B07HCKWF2X
Are you sure you need both push and pull fans on your radiators? Also, when plugging multiple fans into each other like PST can be careful to not overload the header you are plugging them into and/or the fan cable from header. Keep in mind fans draw 3-5 times more load at startup than they do once they get up to speed. This startup load is why almost every fan header and/or fan controller failures occur when system is starting up, not while it's running. A fan rated 0.15A running load is likely drawing something like 0.5A at startup. Below is link to Nidec Servo Gentle Typhoon specs with running and startup loads listed.
http://www.e-jpc.com/pdf/gentle-typh...-catalog-2.pdf

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Sounds like i'll be going with the P14's, since they seem to be so recommended.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Fifth Horseman View Post
Sounds like i'll be going with the P14's, since they seem to be so recommended.
Arctic P14 are cheaply built but seem to be okay. That is why peeps recommend them. They are okay fans for very low price but are not as good as top tier fans which cost 2-4 times as much.

I still think push/pull is extreme overkill. The minor improvement for paying thice as much for fans isn't worth it. Increasing push fan speed 100rpm will give similar temps as push/pull. Martin's Liqud Lab did comparison testing of push, pull and push/pull years ago, his conclusiong was:

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Not much difference between push and pull (the higher the rpm fan, the less the difference), with push having the slight win. Push/pull is always slightly better. How much variance you get depends mostly on the radiator model
Link to testing and data:

https://martinsliquidlab.wordpress.c...ud-testing-v2/

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You know,
. One among a long list of reviews that show actually same manner.

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You know, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cGdQi7LqlU&t=290s. One among a long list of reviews that show actually same manner.
Nice bit of testing. Wish I spoke Greman.

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Numbers are universal language . Measures are through radiator.

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