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Thermalright TR TY-140 140mm x 160mm PWM Fan - 900R~1300PM (Standard 120mm Fan Mount)
Part #: fan-755
Price: $13.99
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Average Rating: Results: 1-7 of 7

self correction about noise level
Reviewer:panta (21)
i reduce 1 star from original, when i got new fan i found out it is more then audible over 1000rpm. so if your fan is near opening vent and the pc sits on your desk, then you may want to restrict it or choose lower RPM if your noise sensitive.

UPDATE: after 1.5 years of ownership.
Reviewer:panta (21)
after contacting Thermalright i understand the TY-140 cannot be services & the warranty have passed. (1 year) how ever they was generous and offered me a new fan at 50% off! (even though warranty passed) i keep the 4 starts rating due to short warranty & non serviceable fan hinge. but, i definitely recommend this fan and ThermalRight generous & fast customer service!

review after 1.5 years of ownership.
Reviewer:panta (21)
simple yet high quality fan. air flow :very good for 1300rmp. noise: preformed flawlessly first year, nearly inaudible at full speed in a quiet room, however.. 16 months later it became quite audible above 900rpm, even though it was cleaned. (NOTE: I''m eXtremely noise sensitive person) not sure if this noise can be fixed by servicing the fan hinge. (will update) Highly Recommended Fan, I would gladly buy it again! *with the stated noise caveat

great fan for 120mm case holes
Reviewer:cool n quiet (2)
Moves more air than previous 120mm case fan and stays quiet with 4-pin PWM control. I use it as a VGA cooler connected to my ASUS Sabertooth 990FX MB on the side of my Antec 300 case and it works great!

Great exhaust, good intake
Reviewer:Sean C (5)
I bought this to put in my CM 690II Advanced in order to make it into a positive pressure cooling setup (to keep dust out). It''s currently taking in air at the bottom of the case, connected to a fan controller running at probably 600RPM. It''s inaudible under the sound of my Radeon 5770 Vapor-X''s fan idling. You will want a fan controller or an extra fan plug on your motherboard if this fan will be pulling air through a filter, because it gets obnoxiously loud at full speed. If you''re using it as an exhaust fan, though, you can only hear air moving even at full speed.

Best Noise/Airflow Ratio w/ minor issue
Reviewer:pocketdrummer (1)
This 140mm fan has the best noise/airflow ratio of the bunch. The closest is thermalright''s X-Silent 140 fan. The only issue with the fan is that it only mounts to 120mm holes unlike it''s competitor, Noctua (mounts to both). Also note that the fan is thicker than the standard 140mm x 25mm. Clearance issues may arise. If these two issues aren''t a problem for you, it''s the best you can get.

Great Fan
Reviewer:skypine27 (4)
Like it alot. Moves a lot of air (as advertised) and is quiet too (as advertisded). The fan unit itself is silent, the airflow it creates generates the noise. I run it on a 3 pin header at full RPM. Again, all you hear is the airflow. A tad bit ugly, but my case isn''t open for show anyway. A bit hard to cram inside a small case too.