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    Suggest some case fans...

    I'm looking for some decent 3-pin fans.

    -120mm fans (possible* intake and/or exhaust)
    -200mm fans (possible* exhaust)

    I say possible as I have not figured out what fan configuration I should have.

    Just suggest some models/brands and whatnot please.
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    Just any suitably-sized Corsair ones will do. Don't have to go over the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domokun_index View Post
    Just any suitably-sized Corsair ones will do. Don't have to go over the top.
    hmm... Yeah I know - I'm just looking for decent ones which i can choose from - because right now I have 0 info
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    Quote Originally Posted by FangedBeast View Post


    hmm... Yeah I know - I'm just looking for decent ones which i can choose from - because right now I have 0 info
    Well here's some suggestions.
    120mm
    Thermalright X-Silent 120mm x 25mm Stealth Silent Fan - 1000RPM - FrozenCPU.com
    Enermax T.B.SILENCE 120mm PWM Twister Case Fan - Newegg.com
    Nexus BASIC D12SL-12 Case Fan - Newegg.com

    200mm
    BitFenix Spectre Pro LED Red 200mm Case Fan - Newegg.com
    MegaFlow 200 Red LED Silent Fan - Cooler Master
    http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/d...200x200x70.pdf (280mm fan with 200mm mounts)

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    Noctua from my experience has some of the best quality fans, but you really dont need to shell out huge amounts for good fans. The air cooling in your case depends less on the fans, than it does the configuration and airflow as most fans can push enough air and be fairly quiet with no problem. Good cable management is important, and the rest depends on your case.

    Only things you should look for when buying fans is RPM, Size, dB, and the amount of air it can push (CFM). Most fans have the same specs, with some fans being slightly more efficient. You wont be seeing a huge difference in buying $20 fans, or $9 fans, perhaps other than some noise differences, and quality differences. S ythe and Noctua are the high quality ones, Corsair being pretty good, and other brands will work well, but not exceptionally so.
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    The enermax and the MegaFlow look good (high CPM compared to the other fans )
    edit: awww the enermax one is pwm

    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    Noctua from my experience has some of the best quality fans, but you really dont need to shell out huge amounts for good fans. The air cooling in your case depends less on the fans, than it does the configuration and airflow as most fans can push enough air and be fairly quiet with no problem. Good cable management is important, and the rest depends on your case.

    Only things you should look for when buying fans is RPM, Size, dB, and the amount of air it can push (CFM). Most fans have the same specs, with some fans being slightly more efficient. You wont be seeing a huge difference in buying $20 fans, or $9 fans, perhaps other than some noise differences, and quality differences. S ythe and Noctua are the high quality ones, Corsair being pretty good, and other brands will work well, but not exceptionally so.
    I'm looking for a fans which cost maybe £5 to around the £10 mark

    Also, what can configuration/fans do you suggest?

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