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Airflow 3x 140mm vs. 2x 200mm

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If you have things that restrictive airflow (mesh, a cover that stops air directly but has gaps to it) smaller fans tend to have more air pressure since it spins faster than larger fans does. Though larger fans tend to be quieter since they dont spin that fast.

I'm lookin to put fans into a Cooler Master H500P Mesh and I was tryin to decide which would have better airflow: 3x 140mm Fans on the Top or 2x 200mm Fans - I'm goin to put 1x 140mm at the rear, but I'm not sure which ones to put up top; any useful info is appreciated!

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If you have things that restrictive airflow (mesh, a cover that stops air directly but has gaps to it) smaller fans tend to have more air pressure since it spins faster than larger fans does. Though larger fans tend to be quieter since they dont spin that fast.

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