We can add Silent Wings 3 140mm high speed, PH-F140MP, TY-147A SQ, etc .. but all are square frame with124.5mm mounting hole spacing and not round frame with105mm mounting hole spacing.Originally Posted by ciarlatano
I would add the be quiet! Silent Wings 3 to that list, but it would require an alternate mounting method.
No, they don't look like that. Mine have cooler corner colours and are free of those eyesore (and fingersore) fan clips. Discrete ziptie screws or no clips at all. They fit on the D14/15 without issue - not lopsided, like your viewpoint.Originally Posted by doyll
@MicroCat, is this how our fans look on cooler?
ehume said square 140mm fans won't fit properly, and I'm too lazy to hunt down my D15 out of moving boxes and check how fan would fit.
Idk why phanteks didn't made F140P with black corner but white inside, only full white is avaiable...Originally Posted by spddmn24
I went with the Phanteks PH-F140HP II. I think i actually prefer their noise profile compared to the Noctua fans.
Black housing... looks good, but my whole fan setup has white inside and black housing... any fans like these?Originally Posted by GetToTheChopaa
I use Silent Wings 3 (tge 1000rpm ver) on my D15s. I did a couple of quick "tests" when I got it, few months ago, using Intel Burn Test with both stock D15 fan and SW3s. I remember SW3 were cooler by a few degrees, a the very least were equal to the stock Noctua fan. 5820k [email protected]
I used the stock wire clips to install the Silent Wings, they have to be stretched a bit, but they work.
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Not your garden variety setup. Very pretty. That arrangement is blossoming with possibilities. But, I think the OP is looking for an indoor cooling configuration. We appreciate your efforts to reduce global warming by setting up backyard air cooling stands wherever you can - even if your neighbours do not. They probably get upset by those unsightly fan clips that ruin the sleek look - I know I would.
Or clip them off at their knees on the way in.Originally Posted by MicroCat
Good point. Next season perhaps develop a decent low restriction intake screen - it would save the bee's knees.