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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-12-2020, 04:31 AM
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I took that foam out.

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I can also remove the foam. need to install another filter instead? the only mesh on the front panel won't give a lot of dust?
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In that case don't listen to me, I have a datavac so dust isn’t a concern for me.

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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?

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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.
What Ciarlatano said.

PH-F140MP and PH-F120MP are better fans than SP and XP.

MP have much bigger impeller so they make much more pressure at lower speeds than SP & XP do. And it's these lower speeds we are normally running our fans at.

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