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post #1 of 83 (permalink) Old 12-04-2019, 08:03 PM - Thread Starter
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140 Fans for Radiator

What are the best fans for radiators. With 120mm fans it's easy just grab the best Noctua's but their 140mm ones don't compare to the 120mm ones, so I'm unsure what ones to get.

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ohhhhhh. you need 140mm fans not 140 fans.

so disappointed.

E: silliness aside i got 2 EK vadar F2 on my CE 280 rad i can't complain about. really, i have cpu and gpu on that 280 and it doesn't often go over 10c delta heavy gaming for hours @1400 rpms.

almost inaudible below 1100 rpms. (with my hearing)

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140 fans would be an interesting setup. Even at low rpm's that would be loud. lol

Nah looking for some 140mm fans for a pair of 560 rads. I have the 120mm vadars now so those could be an option.

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i really did expect some ghetto rigging awesomeness. i envisioned a semi truck radiator being involved

but to get to whats on hand, i've looked around myself having a 280 rad and still don't know. looked at those smancy expensive corsair MLs to noise blockers, silent wings and the TYs that get talked up in this sub forum ( HI doyll!) along with those 2Krpm noctua leafblowers and EK's furious vadars (2.5K).

i think imma gonna do the leafblowers or furious since i got a little rad struggling (when we all know i should be getting a bigger rad too).

but i don't think those would be your choices if you care about noise.

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Personally, I really like the be quiet Silent Wings 3 and Phanteks F140MP. The eLoops are great fans, but with any obstructions near their intake they howl. The EKs perform well, but they have a really intrusive sound signature.


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depends how much you want to spend. arctic P14 are cheap, quiet and cool well.
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I'm partial to the the NB eLoops and the 3000 RPM industrial Noctuas. I've got two of the iPPC 3000 140s on my H115i and I've got two more iPPC 3000 120s coming that are going to go on a Raijentek Morpheus II.

only gripe I had with the NB eLoops is none of the ones I had (dunno if they still have the same issue, mine were bought ~2015) is they didn't like to spin below 850 or so RPM, the iPPC Noctuas are happy with as low as 500.

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depends how much you want to spend. arctic P14 are cheap, quiet and cool well.
I want the best. For my 480 rad's it's an easy but expensive choice. The Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM's. I want something comparable for the pair of 560's I'll be adding as well. Likely still go with Push/Pull if I can

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Personally, I really like the be quiet Silent Wings 3 and Phanteks F140MP. The eLoops are great fans, but with any obstructions near their intake they howl. The EKs perform well, but they have a really intrusive sound signature.




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The Noctua's NF-A14 industrialPPC-3000 PWM might be what i'm looking for.

Now to decide on a paid of radiators. Since I'm looking at a pair of slim ones are HWL 560GTS's the best option?

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