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EK VARDAR F3-140ER 140MM FAN, or something similar, maybe the F4 version.

I'd get those if I were to be buying right now. But when I did my loop I already had so many phantek fans, I just added to what I had.
 

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Noctua Industrial 2000RPM series. Not too loud and has crazy static pressure. I use them on my high FPI HWlabs radiators. They are around $30 a piece and come in black instead of the tan and brown color scheme.
 

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Noiseblocker and Phantek fans have my vote.
 

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Noctua Industrial 2000RPM series. Not too loud and has crazy static pressure. I use them on my high FPI HWlabs radiators. They are around $30 a piece and come in black instead of the tan and brown color scheme.
I just ordered some 2000 and 3000 rpm Noctuas myself to test them out. Both have pretty high static pressure. They are loud at full throttle but with PWM will run quiet. The EK Varder are good in the 140mm size as well.
 

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I second this.
PH-F140MP is a good fan for case, cooler and radiator applications.
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Corsair ML140's have my vote...

But as you can see, there isn't one perfect solution. Every single one of the fans suggested here will do just fine for you. Just choose the one you think looks best and has availability and go with that.
 
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