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You only get one life.

Don't spend it being a fanlet.
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>>89944754
Very nice, lets see static pressure
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>>89944799
static pressure doesn't matter, you don't understand how fans work
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>>89944754
>CONSOOOOM
>t. noctua
no
/thread
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>>89944830
It DOES matter if you're trying to push air through thin cooling fans like I push my cock through your moms pussy you fucking permavirgin. YWNBAW
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>>89944830
>i didnt think of it so it doesnt matter
classic 4chins poster
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>>89944830
i used 200mm fans.
for a full week.
they are in the storage box now.

do not be silly billy.
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>>89944799
the right one in that picture is for static pressure
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>>89944799
Static pressure is overrated
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buying noctua makes you a fanlet because you overpaid
real manly men buy 5 packs of arctic fans and get the same performance for a fraction of the price
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>>89945677
brainlet here, how do you organize fans? How many should be sucking relative to blowing? should they all be sucking in air or should intake == exhaust
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>>89945735
If it's just for airflow, front+bottom are usually intake, rear+top exhaust
With top-mounted radiators you might want to have top intake instead
Don't put intake and exhaust fans right next to each other
Positive pressure (more intake than exhaust) combined with dust filters over fans means there will be less dust inside because negative pressure means the air is being sucked in through holes not covered by filters
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>>89944754
the best fans are black and cheap. they always outlast whatever they came with
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>>89945708
And the bearings of the Arctic wear after a year whereas the noctua will do a decade just fine
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>>89945735
you should have slightly more air coming in than going out, this helps with keeping dust out of some cases because it can create positive air pressure inside the case. if you have negative pressure dust will get sucked in through the cracks and corners of the case.
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>200mm

find me a fucking case that supports this retarded dimension
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>>89945929
nigga my 5$ fans from 2014 fans still work fine, your just a dumb consoomer
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>>89945929
i bought one used and its been running more than that 24/7 in my pc
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> blowing air out the back and not the top
> doesn't use the fact that hot air rises
The whole case and fan industry is a meme
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noooo mr niggerman i must spend 100$ on 6 noctua fans so my CPU can run 2C cooler ahhh im going insane
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Dont care about their large fans but replacing my small server fans their 40x20mm has really made them quiet for only a few degrees difference.
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>>89944754
>>89944799
Jesus Christ as an aviator engineer I hate seeing neetfags like you acting like you know everything.

Big fans and small fans have their purposes. Yes. If you have 2 slots 2 fans work better than 1 big one but that's only if the pressure vortex of intake can run through without resistance against the components running through the fans to the other side on the exhaust of a fans projected air flow.

Tldr big fans and small fans have their purposes
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>>89946315
hello mr. aviator engineer

is it better to have 3x120mm for intake or is 2x140mm better?
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>>89946363
What do you have to exhaust. And where is exhausted located. Back, top of back and top.
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>>89946393
*Back, top, or back and top.
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>>89945978
my case can take those on the side panel but im not sure if they should take in air or get it out
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>>89946393
1x120mm at the back and 1x120mm at the top

i could ad another 120mm at the top if needed
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>>89944754
WTF? Do I have to worry even about the sieze of fans in my PC?
>The wallet hurts.
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>>89945677
Why even have a case at that point?
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>>89945929
Really? I'm at year two with the five pack and I haven't had a failure yet. Not even PWM fans either, I have to use bios and DC.
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>>89946409
Good.

Get 2 140s for the front. No need for the extra too it will just cause dissolution in air over the other top one.
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>>89946003
>nigga my 5$ fans from 2014 fans still work fine, your just a dumb consoomer
I have 12 year old fans that still work fine too, only problem is that they make a lot more noise. There's a steady "tak-tak-tak" when they spin at lower speeds.

Only difference between nonames and noctua is that the nonames start doing that after a year of usage, the noctuas do it after a decade of usage.
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>>89946418
To funnel the flow and block the dust.
Wait, did you think I'm actually using it with all panels removed? Pic was made during assembly.
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>>89945677
what is the point of getting the fanless Noctua cooler if you gonna use 5 fans in your case?
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>>89947702
To run them at PWM 0%
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>>89945978
My PC case is small enough that 120mm fans feel like 200mm fans and I pretend they are because my CPU never goes above 60c.
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>>89948186
>500rpm
>passive cooler
WHY?
Get on my level shitkid
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>>89944754
A mere 30mm thick huh? Get real nerd.
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>>89948259
At this point why not reverse the fans so the CPU won't take in the hot air of the GPU?
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>>89948494
It already does. NVIDIA FE GPUs are hybrid blower / pass through. The fan on the right passes air up and through which then gets blown left and up out of the case.
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>>89948390
>500rpm
That's the lowest FD 140 fans can run. Might replace them with another pair of 180 later, since I happen to have spares. Though before that I was going to run some stress-benchmarks on the gpu with and without vertical mount.
>WHY?
To find out how hot it will be. And to shitpost about it.
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>not just liquid cooling everything and running fans on the radio and cpu ultra low with pwm
Why bother, my temps in games are 40c or lower.
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>>89948596
Neither one of your systems are audible dumbass he was just baiting you.
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>>89946474
nah mine don't have that. a bunch just had their mechanism jammed but most of them work just as intended. even the black oem fans i ripped out of random things work smoothly but they are naturally louder
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>>89947702
its placebo. you need to get the heat away from the brick somehow. its not going anywhere if you have it in a normal closed case with no fans
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Just don't use your side panels.
infinite airflow.
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>>89950001
my side panels have mounts for big fans but i don't know if they should be in or outgoing
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>>89944889
>I believe in fairy tales so they matter!
Static vs cfm fans hasn't been a thing for at least a decade because it barely makes a difference when you're not trying to cool your CPU with a used car radiator tied to an aquarium pump.
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>>89950087
lots of fans have measurements of both
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>>89946082
>Blowing air out from the top
>Likely also blowing air in from the bottom because midwit ricing instincts are on display
>Gee why is my $2k graphics card throttling
Enjoy your free dust collector
>inb4 case not on carpet
There is always dust on the floor even on bare floors. Relearn how to build computers.
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>>89950138
my bottom is full of massive cables that would block the blades. i don't really see any reason to put fans there when theres so many better places to put them in. 2 front, 2 top, 2 side and 1 back ought to be enough
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>>89950138
>not making your own dust filters from window screen and small magnets
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>>89944754
>You only get one life.
Source?
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>>89944754
I have 2 shit corsair 3 pin, 1 arctic 4 pin, 1 msi 4 pin, my gpu temp hasnt changed since only two front fans, i added a 240 aio arctic freezer to the top too. Will these pull more air in, reduce case temps, therefore reduce gpu temps? Im uncomfortable with 70c gpu and 85c hotspot.
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>>89948186
>>89948390
Just get dc fans and turn them off completely
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>>89948390
My aio does 250rpm. My cou doesnt go over 55 during intense wa... gaming session
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>>89946082
Found the brainlet
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>>89951122
Checkt n kurekt
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>tfw never paid more than 10$ for a fan
is this a meme? nmoctua shit is on sale
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>>89948186

Ah yes, the 60c junction idle GPU and 77c idle CPU.

Powerful setup. How many milliseconds do they take under load to throttle?
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>>89946315
nerd
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>>89950138
Take air in from front, exhaust from top. Simple ass.
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>>89950912
The thing is that it's more annoying to have them go on/off all the time than being on. Asus fanexpert doesn't handle on/off in a good way.
I can only hear the fans if i put my ear like 4" away form them, so they are practically inaudible.
>>89950922
What's the point when the pump is the loudest part?
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>>89950912
The change in background noise level from the fans turning off and on would be way more annoying than the sound of fans constantly spinning at 500rpm. I've used some spindown case fans in my previous build as well as a spindown option on the PSU fan and I've turned it off. Wich I could make GPU fans spin at ~300 instead of stopping too, but on a 5700XT it's either a minimum of very audible 1300rpm or spindowns.
Also some airflow is neccessary to cool motherboard components.
>>89951731
Cinebench score around 14000, which is normal for X3D



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