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    Default High Speed 140mm Fan Round UP

    As we all know its hard to find good 140mm fans so i thought it would be a good idea to post a thread to see what we can come up with.I have had my fans for less than a week and already broke two of them by getting my fingers too close.Were looking for high rpms and CFM Thanks!

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    High speed 140's seem to be like rocking horse sh!*.....hard to find

    The whole Idea of 140 was slower and thus quieter fans

    I'll post my findings tomorrow
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    Bigger fans designed to rum slower/quiter than smaller fans.
    What CFM/RPM are you looking for?

    I haven't see anything over 2000rpm for 140mm fan yet.
    BTW, no other fans can handle your finger sticking at the blades....lol.

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    Hey Deton, maybe it is better we don't post results if we do find High speed 140's ...if we do we will have to call him Stumpy instead of James
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    LoL Grumpydaddy i still have all my fingers thank god the fins are plastic. Anyway when i was planning

    the build all i could find was yate loon 1400rpm @62cfm so i bought them and then i ran into the

    koolance 1700 rpm @ 91.2 cfm i fig a little better so i got them too, they are a lot quieter than my

    4 120mm door fans.Bottom line this thing sounds like a rocket getting ready for take off so what

    the hell might as well add the biggest 140s i can find! Rem 2 broken already!

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    Like I said; I haven't see any 140mm fan are faster than this one yet
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=24157, unfortunately it's a ground frame throught. So it's not suitable for radiator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Like I said; I haven't see any 140mm fan are faster than this one yet
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=24157, unfortunately it's a ground frame throught. So it's not suitable for radiator.
    And no one has them in the 1900 rpm ! Hope we can come up with some more !

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    Most 140mm fans are low speed. Here are a few more:

    http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g36/...ans-Page1.html

    Might wanna check some power supply 140mm fans........they typically operate at higher RPMs. If you can find a model number then you may be able to track down and order separately. Just a thought.
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    Found this thread while Googling for a replacement 140mm fan for my Corsair HX1000W power supply which has started to chatter. (Would rather not RMA the unit.)

    I haven't had much luck finding a vendor, but the Yate Loon D14BH-12 fan in the power supply has way higher specs than anything else I've found. 2800 rpm, 140 cfm.

    http://www.yateloon.com/style/conten...=8511&id=38839

    If anyone finds a supplier, please post here or PM me!

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    The highest speed I've found is a 5300tdh by ebm pabst. it is 9000 rpm delivering about 390cfm in free air ....trouble is it's 24v http://www.ebmpapst.us/aTCA/New%20Co...for%20atca.pdf

    Maybe stick with 1900rpm and around 100cfm http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...aru-140mm.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by morty343 View Post
    Found this thread while Googling for a replacement 140mm fan for my Corsair HX1000W power supply which has started to chatter. (Would rather not RMA the unit.)

    I haven't had much luck finding a vendor, but the Yate Loon D14BH-12 fan in the power supply has way higher specs than anything else I've found. 2800 rpm, 140 cfm.

    http://www.yateloon.com/style/conten...=8511&id=38839

    If anyone finds a supplier, please post here or PM me!
    Fitted to ikonik psu's too http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...roundup_8.html and in tx750's too it seems

    Might be worth looking for either "for repair" on ebay
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    The highest speed I've found is a 5300tdh by ebm pabst. it is 9000 rpm delivering about 390cfm in free air ....trouble is it's 24v http://www.ebmpapst.us/aTCA/New%20Co...for%20atca.pdf

    Maybe stick with 1900rpm and around 100cfm http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...aru-140mm.html
    The guy at CrazyPC said that Scythe has discontinued the 1900 rpm model of the Kaze Maru, they sold out about a month ago. (But it looks like Jab-tech may still have them.)

    One thing about the round Scythes is that the mounting holes don't line up with standard 140mm mounting holes. They may include adapter tabs (like the Noctuas), but I am leaning towards just replacing the high speed Yate Loon with one of their medium speed units, D14BM-12 or D14SM-12.

    The high speed fan on my PSU is thermally controlled and rarely runs over its idle speed, and never comes close to its full speed. I have the feeling the 62cfm rating of the medium speed will be plenty.

    I searched eBay for the Yate Loon part number but had no luck.

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