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    I am getting the Phanteks Luxe and want to fill out the remaining fan spots and I'm not sure which would provide the most efficient cooling. I'm looking at adding the 200mm for the top exhaust and moving the 140mm to the bottom intake, or get 3 140's for the remaining mounts. Either way, the fans will be from Phanteks. The cooling will be air for the near future. My cpu cooler is the Dark Rock Pro 3, courtesy of TeeBlack, (made me an offer I couldn't refuse) and I just ordered the Sapphire R9 280 and a tube of Gelid thermal paste. When this is done, overclocking will commence and proper airflow will, of course, be required.

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    Default Re: Fans for the Phanteks Luxe

    Great case, little brother of Enthoo Primo, excellent cooling options:
    - Support for up to 8x 120mm / 7x 140mm / 2x 200mm fans
    with addition of these fans:
    1. Phanteks PH-F200SP Series Premier Fan

    110 CFM, 1.04mm H2O, 25 dB (A)

    2. Phanteks PH-F140XP PWM Fan

    40.9 - 85.19 CFM, 0.39-1.52mm H2O, 15.22 - 19 dB (A),
    will look even greater, and sure will have the adequate airflow in it.
    Congrats on your choice.

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    Default Re: Fans for the Phanteks Luxe

    Quote Originally Posted by Mystikhol9 View Post
    I am getting the Phanteks Luxe and want to fill out the remaining fan spots and I'm not sure which would provide the most efficient cooling. I'm looking at adding the 200mm for the top exhaust and moving the 140mm to the bottom intake, or get 3 140's for the remaining mounts. Either way, the fans will be from Phanteks. The cooling will be air for the near future. My cpu cooler is the Dark Rock Pro 3, courtesy of TeeBlack, (made me an offer I couldn't refuse) and I just ordered the Sapphire R9 280 and a tube of Gelid thermal paste. When this is done, overclocking will commence and proper airflow will, of course, be required.
    I have been through just about every conceivable fan setup with the Luxe, on my own and with several friends'. With air cooling, the optimal has been the same on all of the builds:

    Move the 200mm from the front to the top as exhaust, add two 140mm F140SP as front intake. If you are planning on leaving both HDD trays in, add a 140mm to the bottom as intake or a 120mm to the back of the HDD cage to help with flow.

    -Stock 200mm (from front) top exhaust
    -Stock 140mm rear exhaust
    -2 F140SP front intake
    -F140SP bottom intake (optional)

    The biggest change is replacing the 200mm intake with the dual 140mm, it makes a tremendous difference.

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    Default Re: Fans for the Phanteks Luxe

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I have been through just about every conceivable fan setup with the Luxe, on my own and with several friends'. With air cooling, the optimal has been the same on all of the builds:

    Move the 200mm from the front to the top as exhaust, add two 140mm F140SP as front intake. If you are planning on leaving both HDD trays in, add a 140mm to the bottom as intake or a 120mm to the back of the HDD cage to help with flow.

    -Stock 200mm (from front) top exhaust
    -Stock 140mm rear exhaust
    -2 F140SP front intake
    -F140SP bottom intake (optional)

    The biggest change is replacing the 200mm intake with the dual 140mm, it makes a tremendous difference.

    Should he look into a fan controller or use the included PWM fan hub?
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    Default Re: Fans for the Phanteks Luxe

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Should he look into a fan controller or use the included PWM fan hub?
    Depends on the MB. If it has two individually controlled PWM headers, no reason not to use the included hub. Even if it doesn't, most MB will be capable of running this setup with no need for an additional controller.

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    Default Re: Fans for the Phanteks Luxe

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Depends on the MB. If it has two individually controlled PWM headers, no reason not to use the included hub. Even if it doesn't, most MB will be capable of running this setup with no need for an additional controller.
    Mobo is the Sabretooth 990FX R2.0, so, plenty of pwm, however, I do have a fan controler, it's on my spec list on the side there, however I will be using fan hub. The controler is ok but it only has 3 speeds, high, low, and off. Didn't see that until I set up my system and turned it on, lesson learned. So, 2 140's it is. Just put in my Sapphire R9 280, so, it's time to go run it through some Unigine for a bit. Thank you all for your input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystikhol9 View Post
    Mobo is the Sabretooth 990FX R2.0, so, plenty of pwm, however, I do have a fan controler, it's on my spec list on the side there, however I will be using fan hub. The controler is ok but it only has 3 speeds, high, low, and off. Didn't see that until I set up my system and turned it on, lesson learned. So, 2 140's it is. Just put in my Sapphire R9 280, so, it's time to go run it through some Unigine for a bit. Thank you all for your input.

    Even with PWM, I prefer a fan controller so I can make quick adjustments without fiddling with software or bios. You seem to be st and ready to go! Post your oc results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Even with PWM, I prefer a fan controller so I can make quick adjustments without fiddling with software or bios. You seem to be st and ready to go! Post your oc results.
    Yeah, I agree, but the tower I have now is going to be for a second system. I still have the parts that got changed out for the parts I'm using now, so the controller's going with it. I'll use the fan hub for now until I can afford a Sentry Mix 2. I just hope it's still around when I'm ready, because I checked my list at newegg and it's gone. Most of the time when that happens, shortly after, it disappears everywhere else, so we'll see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Even with PWM, I prefer a fan controller so I can make quick adjustments without fiddling with software or bios. You seem to be st and ready to go! Post your oc results.
    I actually find the Sabertooth software easier than leaning over to turn a dial, and it's much more flexible than almost any fan controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystikhol9 View Post
    Yeah, I agree, but the tower I have now is going to be for a second system. I still have the parts that got changed out for the parts I'm using now, so the controller's going with it. I'll use the fan hub for now until I can afford a Sentry Mix 2. I just hope it's still around when I'm ready, because I checked my list at newegg and it's gone. Most of the time when that happens, shortly after, it disappears everywhere else, so we'll see.
    Hate when that happens. Was buying these 23" touch screens for the office. I picked up the first 10 then all of a sudden they are gone. The ones I can fine are 4x the price. Looks like Ill need a sub.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I actually find the Sabertooth software easier than leaning over to turn a dial, and it's much more flexible than almost any fan controller.

    Never played with that software so I cant speak on it. You very well may be right on this one. Since I dont care for the look of Sabrtooth boards I doubt I will be able to argue it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Never played with that software so I cant speak on it. You very well may be right on this one. Since I dont care for the look of Sabrtooth boards I doubt I will be able to argue it.
    I actually haven't used it on the 990FX Saber, only the Z77, Z87, Z97 boards. It's phenomenal.

    And as far as the look.....you just have no taste.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mystikhol9 View Post
    Mobo is the Sabretooth 990FX R2.0, so, plenty of pwm, however, I do have a fan controler, it's on my spec list on the side there, however I will be using fan hub. The controler is ok but it only has 3 speeds, high, low, and off. Didn't see that until I set up my system and turned it on, lesson learned. So, 2 140's it is. Just put in my Sapphire R9 280, so, it's time to go run it through some Unigine for a bit. Thank you all for your input.
    If I recall correctly.....those "PWM" headers on that board are the same "PWM" that they used on the Z77&Z87 boards, which means that they are VR with a fourth pin that does nothing. It could well be that only the CPU and CPU_OPT are actually PWM with a PWM signal on the 4th pin.

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    If I recall correctly.....those "PWM" headers on that board are the same "PWM" that they used on the Z77&Z87 boards, which means that they are VR with a fourth pin that does nothing. It could well be that only the CPU and CPU_OPT are actually PWM with a PWM signal on the 4th pin.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks for the heads up, I'll have to check on that. I'm curious though, on those boards you mention, is that supposed to be some marketing strategy, having extra "4 pin" headers, makes them more appealing to buyers?

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    My ASUS Hero board has two 4 pin headers. I dont use them.I use a controler.

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