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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am looking for good static pressure 140mm fans that are quieter than 37dB (preferably much quieter) for a decent price.

 

Amazon UK or Overclocks links only please :)

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You probably won't like them? No one ever does :0(

 

http://www.akasa.co.uk/search.php?seed=AK-FN063

 

3.12 mm H2O at 26.01 dB(A) (110.61 CFM)


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Jaztwocents just did a video about Vader? Fans they look good. I'll post a link when I get to my pc. Also what's your price range and how many?

I would need 2 and preferably under £30 for both.

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Jaztwocents just did a video about Vader? Fans they look good. I'll post a link when I get to my pc. Also what's your price range and how many?

Vardar :P


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You probably won't like them? No one ever does :0(

 

http://www.akasa.co.uk/search.php?seed=AK-FN063

Yeah I heard those were good and if they were black I would buy them without question but it would completely ruin my color scheme.

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1.35 mm H2O at 21 dB(A)

Could be better..

 

1.35 mm H2O at 21 dB(A) (110.16 cfm)

 

These are...

 

http://www.akasa.co....p?seed=AK-FN063

 

3.12 mm H2O at 26.01 dB(A) (110.61 CFM)

 
Spray them Black?

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http://www.akasa.co....p?seed=AK-FN063

 

3.12 mm H2O at 26.01 dB(A) (110.61 CFM)

 
Spray them Black?

 

I wouldn't trust myself to do it right or end up clogging the fans lol

 

EDIT: They are only £10 too :o

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1.35 mm H2O at 21 dB(A) (110.16 cfm)

3.12 mm H2O at 26.01 dB(A) (110.61 CFM)

 

Keep in mind just because that's what it says on paper doesn't mean it'll actually perform like that irl

 

black akasa if you really want one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Akasa-AK-FN062-14cm-Apache-Fan/dp/B005O65190


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Keep in mind just because that's what it says on paper doesn't mean it'll actually perform like that irl

 

black akasa if you really want one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Akasa-AK-FN062-14cm-Apache-Fan/dp/B005O65190

 

Sure, but that's the same accross the board, and the only fan manufacturer I know of that's been pulled up for lying (by the online fanatics that run their own tests) is Silenx.

 

http://www.akasa.co.uk/update.php?tpl=product/product.detail.tpl&no=181&type=Fans&type_sub=PWM%20Control&model=AK-FN062

 

2.76 mm H2O at 22.19 dB(A) (89.55 CFM)


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I wouldn't trust myself to do it right or end up clogging the fans lol

 

EDIT: They are only £10 too :o

Spend the 3 quid more each and get these

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/noctua-NF-P14S-redux-1200-Noctua-NF-P14s/dp/B00KHRGWLM/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1425504473&sr=8-7&keywords=noctua+redux


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Sure, but that's the same accross the board, and the only fan manufacturer I know of that's been pulled up for lying (by the online fanatics that run their own tests) is Silenx.

Cooler Master and Bitfenix come to mind.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Keep in mind just because that's what it says on paper doesn't mean it'll actually perform like that irl

 

black akasa if you really want one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Akasa-AK-FN062-14cm-Apache-Fan/dp/B005O65190

Hmmm they are only slightly worse than the other ones..

 

I'll bookmark it, any others?

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Sure, but that's the same accross the board, and the only fan manufacturer I know of that's been pulled up for lying (by the online fanatics that run their own tests) is Silenx.

all in all hes probably not looking a very big delta t maybe 1c to 5c by changing fans, best reason is less noise.

Edi:t sorry didn't mean to quote you. what you said is very true.

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