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Best performance static fans?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

hey guys, just bought an EVGA 240mm AIO, I want to replace the fans though with better performing ones if there are? I know I'm looking for Static Pressure fans, 120mm each for a total of 2. Opinions?

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Noctua f12


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  • Noctua NF-F12 or NF-A12
  • Fractal Design Venturi HP-12 or Prisma AL-12
  • Noiseblocker eLoop B12
  • Arctic P12

They're all pretty great, but those are my favorites.

The Arctic P12 are amazing for their incredibly low price.
The eLoops are insanely quiet, the Noctuas are utterly high performance and if you just want something white or with LEDs that performs reasonably well and does have good noise levels, then get the Prisma AL-12 or HP12

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Senzelian said:
  • Noctua NF-F12 or NF-A12
  • Fractal Design Venturi HP-12 or Prisma AL-12
  • Noiseblocker eLoop B12
  • Arctic P12

They're all pretty great, but those are my favorites.

The Arctic P12 are amazing for their incredibly low price.
The eLoops are insanely quiet, the Noctuas are utterly high performance and if you just want something white or with LEDs that performs reasonably well and does have good noise levels, then get the Prisma AL-12 or HP12

And the noctua F12's are perfect for static air radiator fans? They look built for stating air flow but they don't mention it from what I read on amazon

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10 hours ago, Talunus said:

And the noctua F12's are perfect for static air radiator fans? They look built for stating air flow but they don't mention it from what I read on amazon

The fan blades have a large surface area, which makes them great for static pressure and therefor they're great for radiators.

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