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Looking for suggestions for a good setup of fans for the vetroo al900 case

So i am currently seeking out a good brand of fans for this case to full it up completely being it can hold up to 10 fans(i want to be able to liquid cool my 3900x) So aio also is welcomed in terms of brand. I do want all to be uniform and not mix match of brands if possible and i do want the least amount of wires possible

 

As for brands im not perticular about them the two ive looked at is lian li and the D30 phantek rgb but i am not sure what controller works best for them.

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Are you looking at regular fans or RGB/ARGB?

 

Unless you're going for the Lian li uni fans, all rgb/argb options will include more wires*, which can be a pain to manage, but can be well done and hidden, especially in these dual chamber style cases.

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*(phanteks and thermaltake have clip-on fans coming but are held up in patent courts)

 

For Non-LED fans, most people would point you to the 5 pack of Artic P12 fans for their great price to performance. You can get two packs (ten fans total) for the price of $62USD

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id prefer argb fans, also my issue with lian li is the inablity to find the controller for the infinity fans as a standalone on amazon regardless of what i try to find

 

I was also looking at phantek d30 but i have no clue if any controllers can support 10 fans rgb wise and or what pwm controller id want being there isnt alot of information on that out there 

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10 hours ago, MissAuroraKitty said:

So i am currently seeking out a good brand of fans for this case to full it up completely being it can hold up to 10 fans(i want to be able to liquid cool my 3900x) So aio also is welcomed in terms of brand. I do want all to be uniform and not mix match of brands if possible and i do want the least amount of wires possible

 

As for brands im not perticular about them the two ive looked at is lian li and the D30 phantek rgb but i am not sure what controller works best for them.

As far as coolers is concerned, there are lots of AIOs and air coolers, but it would help to know more about your PC.

 

As for fans, what are your priorities for: performance, noise and lights?

 

7 hours ago, MissAuroraKitty said:

I was also looking at phantek d30 but i have no clue if any controllers can support 10 fans rgb wise and or what pwm controller id want being there isnt alot of information on that out there

Depends on the hub. If it has power from the PSU, it should be able to handle it unless the load each header can handle is really low or the total load is. Just look for an ARGB hub that meets the requirements of the fans you choose. Lian Li and Phanteks are both pretty expensive when it comes to ARGB - you're going to spend hundreds just to get 10 ARGB fans, but they are fairly performant. They also, depending on the model, either use standard ARGB or SM JST connectors. LL usually includes an adapter to convert to standard, too, but I don't know if Phanteks does.

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performance and lights noise im not concerned with and rn i have a 3900x ryzen and a x570e strix mobo, 2 ssds, corsair ax1200i psu and case i currently have is a lian li mesh cool 2 and a 7800xt gpu

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9 minutes ago, MissAuroraKitty said:

performance and lights noise im not concerned with and rn i have a 3900x ryzen and a x570e strix mobo, 2 ssds, corsair ax1200i psu and case i currently have is a lian li mesh cool 2 and a 7800xt gpu

Well, then, are you happy with the performance offered by the two fans you mentioned, or are you looking for other choices instead?

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i dont mind spending alot but if i could get away with maybe less performance fans that also has rgb id be happy with it too

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1 hour ago, MissAuroraKitty said:

i dont mind spending alot but if i could get away with maybe less performance fans that also has rgb id be happy with it too

There are a lot of ARGB fans from various makers these days. Some are garbage and others are worth the money. So, are you prioritizing the LEDs over the performance?

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