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Decent quiet 140 with normal mounting?

I have a Thermaltake Core V21 with a reference 5700 in it. The case has decent air flow, but its just the front 200mm which doesn't push a ton of air. I am mounting a fan horizontally as an intake above the GPU to give it more air.

I have two quality 140mm fans, thermalight and phanteks. But both of them have 120 mounting holes and will mount in this case.

Currently this is at the top of my list, looking for something that will move some air and remain quiet. Also curious if it would be recommended to replace the stock 200mm fan in the front of the case?

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I don't see what the problem is for the 140mm fans with 120mm fan mounting holes if you can mount them, unless the 120mm mount points aren't far enough apart so that you can't mount two of the 140 w/ 120 mount point fans.

Otherwise, another TY-14# or the Scythe Kaze Flex 140mm PWM (have to get this from Performance PCs in the US) are good choices.
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Quote: Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post
I don't see what the problem is for the 140mm fans with 120mm fan mounting holes if you can mount them, unless the 120mm mount points aren't far enough apart so that you can't mount two of the 140 w/ 120 mount point fans.

Otherwise, another TY-14# or the Scythe Kaze Flex 140mm PWM (have to get this from Performance PCs in the US) are good choices.
Yeah I would use them if I could, they are not square so the holes don't line up. One of the fans that I mentioned is a TY-14#, doesn't work.

I have a scythe fan that looks like that but it is slim, super loud for some reason, not sure about the one you mentioned.

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Yeah I would use them if I could, they are not square so the holes don't line up. One of the fans that I mentioned is a TY-14#, doesn't work.

I have a scythe fan that looks like that but it is slim, super loud for some reason, not sure about the one you mentioned.
Hmm the older Slipstreams had really good dBA/CFM curves but you always had to run them at reduced voltage or a lower PWM cycle because they had really high max RPMs.

Newer Kaze Flex's swapped from a DBB to a FDB and seem to be very good. Lower max RPMs too so you can just throw them in without messing with the PWM duty cycle or voltage.

Anyways, outside of that I can only really think of those Noctuas. That one surprisingly isn't $20+ like some of the others.

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the Phanteks MP/SP/XP occasionally go on sale for ~$10 on Amazon and they're a steal at that price if you can wait for them to go one sale. Even at MSRP they're not a terrible buy and come with a bunch of goodies like fan extension cables and 7v adapters (or at least the PWM MP/XP do, I never bought the SP).

The SP (82 CFM, 1.33mm H2O) are 3-pin and usually the cheapest, the MP (68 CFM, 1.62mm H2O) is PWM and have the highest static pressure and the XP (85 CFM, 1.52mm H2O) is also PWM and have the highest airflow.

I run 4 of the 140 XP in my Meshify S2 as exhaust fans at a fixed 40% and they're dead silent. Even at 100% they're not obnoxious but they are audible.

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Quote: Originally Posted by lightsout View Post
I have a Thermaltake Core V21 with a reference 5700 in it. The case has decent air flow, but its just the front 200mm which doesn't push a ton of air. I am mounting a fan horizontally as an intake above the GPU to give it more air.

I have two quality 140mm fans, thermalight and phanteks. But both of them have 120 mounting holes and will mount in this case.

Currently this is at the top of my list, looking for something that will move some air and remain quiet. Also curious if it would be recommended to replace the stock 200mm fan in the front of the case?

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...E1MP17HDH1C152
I am happy with my Noctua Redux 140mm 1500RPM. You won't hear them under full load. Similar to the TY140's, I would say they are a hair quieter and a hair less powerful than the TY.

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Arctic P14 PWM. You're not gonna find better value probably.

Those 200mm fans are usually rubbish, replacing them with a pair of 140 or even 120 probably moves more air.
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Arctic P14 PWM. You're not gonna find better value probably.

Those 200mm fans are usually rubbish, replacing them with a pair of 140 or even 120 probably moves more air.
Thanks everyone, this is what I was thinking too looks like its possible. I found an old Corsair SP120 I had, seems like a fan right above the GPU doesn't help a while lot. Temps didn't really budge. Maybe the card is doing the best it can.

I will probably get some more though just to get some nice air flow. I will say that my CPU dropped a good 10c coming from the NZXT H200. 5700 doing pretty good too for a reference card.

The pook thanks for the reminder about the Phanteks, I have bought those in the past and I believe have some in my server which a Phanteks Enthoo Pro M.

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I have a Thermaltake Core V21 with a reference 5700 in it. The case has decent air flow, but its just the front 200mm which doesn't push a ton of air. I am mounting a fan horizontally as an intake above the GPU to give it more air.

I have two quality 140mm fans, thermalight and phanteks. But both of them have 120 mounting holes and will mount in this case.

Currently this is at the top of my list, looking for something that will move some air and remain quiet. Also curious if it would be recommended to replace the stock 200mm fan in the front of the case?

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...E1MP17HDH1C152
Lots of good input.
As already said, your 200mm fans are poor at best. If you could mod opening to accept 4x 120mm or maybe 90mm fans (maybe use Arctic F9 or F8. While not as good as others are not at all bad and usually very low priced.

You might find guide in below link to how airflow works and how to optimize case airflow helpful:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22319249-post5.html
You want case intake fans to be moving about 10+% more air into and through case than components use. Removing all PCIe slot covers increases rear vent area around GPU and almost always improves front to back airflow and thus lower CPU and GPU temps.

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