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Best Fans for A Corsair H115i?

MrReklezz

41 months ago

After much reading I found that static pressure fans are best for radiators. Now im having a helluva time finding good 140mm Static Pressure fans. Can anyone recommend any? I don't care much for noise as I almost always have a headset on, or music playing. I just want them to be as efficient as possible.

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  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

EK Vardar

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

This are the reasons I would go with noctua industrial over EK Vardar. If you compare the 2000 rpms noctua and EK Vardar fans

Noctua is rated for over 150,000 hours vs 50,000..

Noctua has higher static pressure 4.18 vs 3.15.

At 2000 rpms noctua is quieter 31.5 dba vs 40.7dba

Noctua has similar airflow 182.5 vs 184..

NOctua has a better warranty 6 years vs 2 years.

And both have similar price. The fans that come with the H115i have 3.99 of static pressure, so using fans with less static pressure will obviously make the H115i under perform.

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

Noctua industrials 2000 rpm.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Y9xfrH/noctua-case-fan-nfa14industrialppc2000pwm

The 3000 rpm would perform better but louder.. I would just go with 2000 rpms.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/ntXfrH/noctua-case-fan-nfa14industrialppc3000pwm

  • 41 months ago
  • 1 point

Highly recommend the below since it seems you're just really beginning to do research on radiator fans...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1491702/static-pressure-airflow-specs-on-fans-are-almost-worthless

Basically, like most things, static pressure ratings are meaningless. You should really be interested in how the pressure varies with RPM/airflow. Which quite a few manufacturers won't tell you.

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