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This is the DUMBEST question I've ever asked on here, but can any of you reccommend LOUD fans to me, that somewhat function correctly.

They do need to be 120/140mm fans, but there's just something about having a loud PC that screams power to me.

(of course they will need to be quiet if I choose to do so while providing adequate thermals)

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Corsair SP and AF fans are loud at higher RPM's, I speak from personal experience. They are the loudest fans I've owned but I'm sure there are louder fans out there though.


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13 minutes ago, JM21 said:

Corsair SP and AF fans are loud at higher RPM's, I speak from personal experience. They are the loudest fans I've owned but I'm sure there are louder fans out there though.

i have those and they are not loud for me. even at a high RPM

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8 hours ago, JM21 said:

Corsair SP and AF fans are loud at higher RPM's, I speak from personal experience. They are the loudest fans I've owned but I'm sure there are louder fans out there though.

They have rather low rpm compared to 3k-6k server fans...


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I would say the loudest fans you are going to find would be fans that run high RPM.

Ones that run over 2000RPM at the least.

Check sound in these for comparison:

This thing is just loud -at least to me.

https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NF-A14-industrialPPC-2000-140x140x25mm-2000rpm/dp/B00KESSI2A/

 

And if you thought that was loud -there is also a 3000 RPM version:

https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NF-F12-iPPC-3000-PWM/dp/B00KFCRATC/


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Just buy really fast or really cheap 80 mm and hook them up directly to the power supply. 

 

I have a few of the cooler master "jet flo" fans.

 

http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/case-fan/jetflo-120/

 

They may advertise silence... but they are not... at all... silent at max RPM. They sound like a jet. Unsurprisingly. Very, very well built fans though. Heaviest fan I've ever felt. (They're pretty quiet at low RPM though.) 

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1 hour ago, corrado33 said:

Just buy really fast or really cheap 80 mm and hook them up directly to the power supply. 

 

I have a few of the cooler master "jet flo" fans.

 

http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/case-fan/jetflo-120/

 

They may advertise silence... but they are not... at all... silent at max RPM. They sound like a jet. Unsurprisingly. Very, very well built fans though. Heaviest fan I've ever felt. (They're pretty quiet at low RPM though.) 

Yes.

Very quiet at low RPM.

Though the sound at high RPM almost sounds more like it is vibrating or shaking:

 


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I'm sure any cheap and fast chinese fans will be loud as fuck, and cheap so once the bearrings wear out, swap them

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On 11/5/2018 at 8:55 AM, LoGiCalDrm said:

They have rather low rpm compared to 3k-6k server fans...

Like I said they are only the loudest fans I have personally owned. I know there are louder fans out there.

 

On 11/5/2018 at 12:13 AM, shmoochie said:

i have those and they are not loud for me. even at a high RPM

Fair enough haha!


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On 11/5/2018 at 5:42 PM, Aprilfooldude said:

This is the DUMBEST question I've ever asked on here, but can any of you reccommend LOUD fans to me, that somewhat function correctly.

They do need to be 120/140mm fans, but there's just something about having a loud PC that screams power to me.

(of course they will need to be quiet if I choose to do so while providing adequate thermals)

Bro just get a Dyson fan and turn it to max 👌


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120mm will be louder i think? I also found out that thin plastic blades are louder then those more robust 1, and get one that has super high RPM
That should do the job.

On 11/5/2018 at 1:52 AM, Enderman said:

that thing is... 14lb...???
HOW IS IT GONNA SPIN???
 

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4 minutes ago, Ruo94 said:

that thing is... 14lb...???
HOW IS IT GONNA SPIN???

The thrust is 14lbs, it only weighs 865g.

Probably is in the tens of thousands of CFM btw.


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10 minutes ago, Enderman said:

The thrust is 14lbs, it only weighs 865g.

Probably is in the tens of thousands of CFM btw.

I'm stupid lol misread that. was really impressed for a moment.

maybe one day we will have 15lb 120mm fans that pushes 10k CFM at 30 dbs
maybe xD

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3 minutes ago, Ruo94 said:

I'm stupid lol misread that. was really impressed for a moment.

maybe one day we will have 15lb 120mm fans that pushes 10k CFM at 30 dbs
maybe xD

Yeah, well this one is probably like 90db :/ but OP asked for loudest so....


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