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High static pressure 140mm fans recommendations?

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November 10, 2013 7:04:03 PM

Looking for all black 140mm fans with high static pressure.

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November 10, 2013 7:27:08 PM

140mm fans won't have very good static pressure. the larger the fan, the worse static pressure, unless they're very deep - and nobody makes 50mm deep 140mm fans.

The best out there by far are Noctuas... but those definitely aren't black.

Your best bet is a Corsair fan, but they do have way lower static pressure than the notcutas. That being said, the reason you want static pressure is for a heatsink or radiator. If this is just a case fan, you don't really need it at all.
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May 27, 2015 4:13:57 PM

I don't have any personal experience with them, but NoiseBlocker BlackSilent-PRO 140mm fans come in 900, 1400, and 600-1500 (PWM) versions, with static pressures of .73, 1.24, and 1.42mmH2O max., respectively, which is close to the NF-A14 when running at similar speeds. May be an option if you can't find the NF-A14 for a reasonable price, or you don't care for the colors of noctua fans.

Just going by specs, the SP140s aren't that great, at 1.17mmH2O and a much higher 29.3dbA (compaired to the nf-a14's 24.6dbA and the NB BS-PRO's 23.7dbA). I'm sure they aren't bad fans, but I'm not confident they'd be quiet and performant after my experience with the SP120s that came with my H80i.
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May 29, 2015 11:41:17 AM

Nobu said:
I don't have any personal experience with them, but NoiseBlocker BlackSilent-PRO 140mm fans come in 900, 1400, and 600-1500 (PWM) versions, with static pressures of .73, 1.24, and 1.42mmH2O max., respectively, which is close to the NF-A14 when running at similar speeds. May be an option if you can't find the NF-A14 for a reasonable price, or you don't care for the colors of noctua fans.

Just going by specs, the SP140s aren't that great, at 1.17mmH2O and a much higher 29.3dbA (compaired to the nf-a14's 24.6dbA and the NB BS-PRO's 23.7dbA). I'm sure they aren't bad fans, but I'm not confident they'd be quiet and performant after my experience with the SP120s that came with my H80i.


Absolutely correct!

However, do notice that this thread was started two years ago. Back then, the Corsairs were the new kid on the block, nobody had gotten to test them out much yet... and I can tell you from personal experience that right out of the box, they're incredible fans, strong and quiet. Then after about three weeks, they start getting louder and louder.

Nowadays, Noctua, Noiseblocker, and Nanoxia are the three top contenders. The Noiseblocker eLoop fans are bloody incredible.
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May 29, 2015 7:12:21 PM

DarkSable said:
Absolutely correct!

However, do notice that this thread was started two years ago. Back then, the Corsairs were the new kid on the block, nobody had gotten to test them out much yet... and I can tell you from personal experience that right out of the box, they're incredible fans, strong and quiet. Then after about three weeks, they start getting louder and louder.

Nowadays, Noctua, Noiseblocker, and Nanoxia are the three top contenders. The Noiseblocker eLoop fans are bloody incredible.

Thanks--yeah, I realized how old it was after posting, but still good info for anyone who reaches this question from a search engine (like me).
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