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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-16-2020, 01:16 PM - Thread Starter
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Thermalrights ty-150: what was the point?

Was the ty-150 created just for the SBE-Archon? Or was it ever used on any other thermalright products? On my SBE-Archon it didn't seem to do a very good job. Did it work any better if two of them were installed in push-pull? Does anyone out there use ty-150's anymore?
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I don't know of any real point. It wasn't a bad fans, but it wasn't really any better than TY-14x fans.

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
I don't know of any real point. It wasn't a bad fans, but it wasn't really any better than TY-14x fans.
I've liked the ty-143 since you first recommended it. I'd never waste a dime buying another ty-150 though. If they made a faster, more powerful version of the ty-150 I might consider it though.
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I have one.

It pushes about the same amount of air as an average 140 fan but runs at a lower speed.

I think the point was to get a quieter fan with a lower frequency of noise rather than anything to do with more airflow.
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TY-150 is a quieter design fan, not a high performance fan as the 2000+ rpm screamers with different blade shape.
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I didn't find TY-150 to be quieter than TY-141 or other TY-14x series fan at same speed.

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TY-150 84.2cfm @ 34dB(A)
TY-141 73.6cfm @ 21dB(A)


I believe the blade design of TY-140/143/147/149 is better than TY-141/150. TY-140/143/147 design is same basic design used by NF-A14, NF-A15, NZXT FX V2, Sigma Pro 140mm PWM, CoolJag Everflow 140mm, and the list goes on. It a well tried and proven performer.
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This Thermalright or the Noctua NF-A15 for NH-U14S cooler?

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This Thermalright or the Noctua NF-A15 for NH-U14S cooler?
TY-143 or TY-147A

Yeah....the little girl hentai avatar is really creeping me out....
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This Thermalright or the Noctua NF-A15 for NH-U14S cooler?
What ciarlatano said.

TY-147A (400-1300rpm) or TY-143 (500-2500rpm). Too bad they don't sell TY-143B (500-1800rpm) seperately. It only comes on Silver Arrow T8 for now.

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Just throwing this out there..

My TY-147A tops out at 1400 RPM, and my TY-147B tops out at 1300 RPM.

I have TY-147A in the lower front position on my Meshify C, I plan on putting the B in that spot, and putting the A back on TS140P.

The A is a bit loud at full speed, I can hear it over my Panaflos that are running @ 7v.

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