names of good 140mm fans ?

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Can someone list a list of 140mm fans that i coudl use to repalce the stock fans on my corsair 800d case ??. ive tried google but it lists somany fans i odont have a clue which 1s to buy. ideall 1s with alot of rpm, airflow and quiet :). this will be a intake fan to repalce the 140mm stock fan. Also i need it to be 140mm and not 140mm with 120mm connections.
 
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these 1s are actully 120mm fittings but 140mm fan so wont fit n the 140mm 1 but the other 1 is 140mm so will keep it in mind.

:o Sorry

Scythe make fantastic fans. Just note that you will probably only need the middle one as the high one will blow you away!
 

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I bought some d14sm yateloon which are 140mm for lian li ,haven't fitted them but yateloon seem quite popular

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I'm using 2 Acutake 140mm Whitewing fans in my current case,they are good quality,reasonable price and nice and quiet.
Volume: 14.5 dBA
Rotational Speed: 1000 rpm
CFM rating 58.30
Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Voltage: 12V
3 pin :)
 
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I'm using 2 Acutake 140mm Whitewing fans in my current case,they are good quality,reasonable price and nice and quiet.
Volume: 14.5 dBA
Rotational Speed: 1000 rpm
CFM rating 58.30
Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Voltage: 12V
3 pin :)

Thanks for the tip on them, I've been looking for some white finned 140mm's for a while. :)
 
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Try Looking for Sharkoon 140mm fans, got the silent on in my rig and it shifts alot of air whilst not making a bit of noise.
 
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ive gone with a ACUTAKE ACU-FAN140 SHINE for now ive loked its got the 2nd best air flow of all the above suggested fans but i got it mainly on the grounds its a 3 pin connector and does not require of have any molex on them. This may seem abit weird or maybe you dont have to use the molexes but keeps things simple and less to hide :).
 
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ive gone with a ACUTAKE ACU-FAN140 SHINE for now ive loked its got the 2nd best air flow of all the above suggested fans but i got it mainly on the grounds its a 3 pin connector and does not require of have any molex on them. This may seem abit weird or maybe you dont have to use the molexes but keeps things simple and less to hide :).

They are fine, just won't be needing them ;) Come with 3 pin and molex adapter
 
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OK im back to looking for fans again the company i tried to buy fans off the acutake 140mm ave taken the fans off due to the motors failing. So any1 whos has these fans or thinking of ordering them dont there motors may only last a few days.
 
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