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post #21 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-11-2020, 08:56 AM
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I want to buy Meshify C White for my [email protected],8Ghz;1.3V|M8H|True Spirit 140Rev.A|PalitGP 1080TI (custom mod cooling) |[email protected] 17-22-22-41;1.4V (custom HyperX radiators) |GamerStormDQ-850m
Please advise a good fan setup for this case. Now I have Deepcool Matrexx55 and I do not like the front window. I want to change case to Meshify C White
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For a Meshify, I will buy new fans. Efficiency is important.

I read a lot of information on this forum and watched real tests on thermalbench, CoolingTechnique, Gammers Nexus.
If I do negative pressure, then I need a 120 rear fan with good static pressure?

1) Priority for fan design is white. Maybe black.
2) Really like NB eLoop 12 / 14, but not sure of their static pressure. I’m thinking of buying a whole set of fans of their brand.
3) I am considering the TY-147b on the front and top. but what is the back then? https://www.reddit.com/r/hardware/co...ring_fans_are/
4) Rear 120 fan I do not know which one to choose.
5) I also consider Silent Wings 3.
I could be wrong.
Please suggest a good fans and set.
Please help me. There are no specialists in my country.
I am from Russia and my English is bad. Excuse me.
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Hello! I read a lot of your posts! Thanks for the information you give! May I know your opinion regarding my first post on this topic? Which fan set do you think is the best for this case? Which fans do you recommend? With more static pressure?
If you have not read my basic guide to airflow and how to optimize case airflow, link to it is below:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22319249-post5.html
With 2x 140mm good intake fans and closing off all openings in fan mounting panel not covered by fans so the air the push into case has to flow through case to get out instead of leaking back in front should be all the fans you need. Remove all PCIe back slot covers to increase rear vent area around GPU thus improving front to back airflow. Maybe a bottom intake would help, but I would try just front intakes first. A cheap indoor/outdoor thermometer, aquarium, turrarium thermometer with wired remote sensor works very well to monitor air temp into coolers. More info at end of case airflow guide.

Thermalright TY-147A are great fans, but have 120mm fan fan mounting hole spacing (105mm spaced hole) and are 140x153mm so might not mount into your case. Thermalright makes square model TY-147A SQ.

Silent Wings 3 are probably the very best, but also expensive.
PH-F140MP and PH-F120MP are very good and sometimes can ge bought at very low prices. Here in UK we can get Ph-f140mp 2 Packs for £16.26 making them only £8.13 each.

If you can give use website address to places with fans you can buy from we could suggest fans with best price and performance.

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This is how I have mine set up, nothing crazy. Big fans are on a controller, the others are driven by the mobo.
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The front inferior intake for me was 8-9°C in GPU and 2-4°C in CPU temps over just 2x140 sw3 intakes. That, there, it's big damn gap.

I'm pretty sure that sealing it how you saying, wouldn't have brought this kind of difference or even come close to it. After all with top PSU cover and 2x140, there's not to many places air can escape and go back in the fan again.

I did clear the PSU shroud there.
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The front inferior intake for me was 8-9°C in GPU and 2-4°C in CPU temps over just 2x140 sw3 intakes. That, there, it's big damn gap.

I'm pretty sure that sealing it how you saying, wouldn't have brought this kind of difference or even come close to it. After all with top PSU cover and 2x140, there's not to many places air can escape and go back in the fan again.

I did clear the PSU shroud there.
You sound like someone watching a football game from your chair claiming to know more about what plays the coach should be using than the coach does. Before you make more claims about how much or how little something I suggest will do, why don't you actually try it and see. I have done these things. It's one of they ways I learned what works and what doesn't. Just keep in mind airflow is a fickled witch that often does things we don't expect.

Even if you had the best single 140mm front intake vent and no fan in other vent in front will have much poorer airflow through case compared to two even mediocre 140mm fans in both front vents. It's simply because much of the air single fan is pushing into case can and will leak out the other front vent hole. Air flows the path of least resistance and open vent holes around a vent with a fan in it are paths of least resistance.

2 Silent Wings 3 are not 'just' 2 fans. Many think they are the best of the best. Just one Silent Wings 3 will give much better airflow than 2 stock fans.

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The top front on mine is there for two reasons:

To keep the air from the fronts from going right out the top.

And to blow on my sticks, even though the fronts do it for the most part anyways. Keep in mind my big fans spend most of their time at 7v, so I don’t hear them much. At 12v they sing, or scream..

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You sound like someone watching a football game from your chair claiming to know more about what plays the coach should be using than the coach does. Before you make more claims about how much or how little something I suggest will do, why don't you actually try it and see. I have done these things. It's one of they ways I learned what works and what doesn't. Just keep in mind airflow is a fickled witch that often does things we don't expect.

Even if you had the best single 140mm front intake vent and no fan in other vent in front will have much poorer airflow through case compared to two even mediocre 140mm fans in both front vents. It's simply because much of the air single fan is pushing into case can and will leak out the other front vent hole. Air flows the path of least resistance and open vent holes around a vent with a fan in it are paths of least resistance.

2 Silent Wings 3 are not 'just' 2 fans. Many think they are the best of the best. Just one Silent Wings 3 will give much better airflow than 2 stock fans.
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Not sure why you guys gotta give him a hard time. Out of all of us, he is one of the very few that has done the legwork, the research, and the testing. Most of us just slap **** in a case and call it the best.

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Not sure why you guys gotta give him a hard time. Out of all of us, he is one of the very few that has done the legwork, the research, and the testing. Most of us just slap **** in a case and call it the best.
No one is giving him a hard time. Quite the contrary sir.

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If you can give use website address to places with fans you can buy from we could suggest fans with best price and performance.
I can buy either TY-147b for $ 16, SW3 140 for $ 40, PH-F140MP for $ 16. The price is approximately the same in Russia.
The Phanteks warranty is 5 years, the bequiet is 6 years, and the Thermalwright is 2 years.
The price does not affect, but honestly, I do not really like the black and expensive SW3.

Please tell me, are PH-F140MP and 120 version in case cooling provided?
I have the opportunity to buy only those of all Phanteks models. Is this a normal purchase?
3 * 140 + 1 * 120.
For installation on pull and push in case. Meshify C has a thick foam filter in front, I think you need high static pressure.
But I look at bloggers and YouTube, many people put the PH-F120 (140) SP or XP - why?

Please bless me for a purchase ) Thank you!

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@Paradox42 - Given those options and pricing, I would recommend the Phanteks MP setup (two 140mm + one 120mm). They will be a cleaner mount than the Thermalrights for your usage. As for the YT guys....really just a case of the SP/XP being around longer, so you will see them in more videos. The MP are the better performing fans, and have a nicer sound profile.

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