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Fan setup for FD Meshify C

Hello everyone!
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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Quote: Originally Posted by Paradox42 View Post
Hello everyone!
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
Spoiler!

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.
If money is no concern, then just go for the SW3. Or the eLoop if you want white. Static pressure is not a major factor for case cooling since you're not pushing/pulling through a radiator. I would just get matching fans all around so they are controlled in the same curve/rpm. Personally, I'm going for Arctic P14s, but money is a factor for me.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Paradox42 View Post
Hello everyone!
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
Spoiler!

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.
The eLoops will likely howl in the front of that case, they hate any restriction close to their intake. The TY-147B and SW3 are both excellent choices. I've used both pretty extensively, and personally prefer the SW3 for their slightly better performance.

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Static pressure is not a major factor for case cooling since you're not pushing/pulling through a radiator.
You do realize that dust filters and mesh are restrictive.....right? Many times more restrictive than rads. And the Meshify C has both up front, so it is a major factor.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
The eLoops will likely howl in the front of that case, they hate any restriction close to their intake. The TY-147B and SW3 are both excellent choices. I've used both pretty extensively, and personally prefer the SW3 for their slightly better performance.



You do realize that dust filters and mesh are restrictive.....right? Many times more restrictive than rads. And the Meshify C has both up front, so it is a major factor.
Yes, but we're not talking like no name fans here. These are all well established fans that work well. If it's not the foam type of filter, it doesn't add that much resistance.
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Yes, but we're not talking like no name fans here. These are all well established fans that work well. If it's not the foam type of filter, it doesn't add that much resistance.
So....now brand of fan makes a difference on static pressure needs? Yeah....going to have to disagree with you there.

@doyll - do you have that handy resistance chart of dust filters and mesh you could post? Our young friend is terribly misguided and I can't seem to find it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
The eLoops will likely howl in the front of that case, they hate any restriction close to their intake. The TY-147B and SW3 are both excellent choices. I've used both pretty extensively, and personally prefer the SW3 for their slightly better performance.
I tried on my Little Devil case which has rectangular grate style openings for its fan holes and the 120mm has terrible howling but the 140mm does not so it may be worthwhile for him to get one and test to see if it does.

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I have the case, i have fans and been playing with it for the last whole year. Even recently.

Most efficient setup i found is this:
Full front intake, and 1 in the bottom, with storage mounted on the top grill of the case. Just make sure you don't go to much in the back if you have many. While the cooler won't heat them much, the VRM will do it because of the proximity.. So you will need to spin the intakes at 1k+ to keep that from happening.

Get sw3. They work great and they don't have a high pitch noise if you place them against a grill, filter, or they have to work against some resistance (Nf a14 and a15 do.... and I'm not the only one hearing them)

Ofc having a fan in the bottom implies that drive cage and top of PSU shroud goes out, and cable routing goes behind motherboard. Remove also the PCIe covers bellow the GPU.



Just replicate this and you will get the most put of it.....


For the GPU despite im using sw3, i think arctic p12s would do slightly better. Or nb eloops b12.

With this kind of gear and at 22°C ambient temperature, you should be able to keep the hardware (CPU and GPU) around 55-65°C at 700rpm cooler and intakes, and 1000+rpm on GPU in gaming loads......which is not inaudible, but it is pretty damn quiet. You won't notice without focusing on it, if you have any audio source (speaker or headphones) at conversation volume or higher.

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The only thing i haven't tried is removing the interior foam in the front filter, and just leave the metal grill act as filter.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Shenhua View Post
The only thing i haven't tried is removing the interior foam in the front filter, and just leave the metal grill act as filter.
It helps a lot .
I had Fractal Focus G case , with same foam filter as Meshify C . Man these filters are so thick, my BQ PW2 HS fans couldnt overcome the resistance , after i removed the Fractal filter and replaced it with Silverstone magnetic nylon filters ,the airflow was doubled .
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Just replicate this and you will get the most put of it.....
For the GPU despite im using sw3, i think arctic p12s would do slightly better. Or nb eloops b12.
Many thanx my friend! When I buy a case I will definitely try this option. I have a very similar GPU cooling system from yours. Very interesting setup! Its full positive pressure. You do not have exhaust fans? Does hot air passively pass through the rear hole, the holes near the GPU and the top?

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The TY-147B and SW3 are both excellent choices. *** And the Meshify C has both up front, so it is a major factor.
Many thanx!! 147b are suitable for placement on a case? Or just a radiator? For a case, do you need a square frame so that it does not let in an extra passive stream? Ok Well, if you imagine that one or two -147b will be on the front panel to draw air through the filters (or I will remove the foam), one 147b will be on top from behind, then which fan 120 to choose for the rear?


In fact, I still did not understand how best to build a fan installation...
A friend advises against using exhaust fans at all. I think this is very good, but I need to try this.
I still have not decided on models of fans.
If I still consider the Arctic p14 or f14 - are they good? Or will they start to hum, creak and make noise over time? p14 only for radiators or can be used to cool the case?
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