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I wanna replace the fans in my HAF 922 with ones that can push more air.

Noise is not an issue, I just want the best airflow possible.

 

Where can I get some beefy 200mm fans?

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the RPM of the fan has nothing to do with how much air it pushes.

 

don't worry about rpm but instead check for "CFM" thats the amount of air it pushes.

 

worry about RPM when sound is more of a consideration versus airflow killaaaa!

 

 

i suggest get cheap yate loons i got mine for $2.99 ea with a nice high cfm

Edited by cirro

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Oops... I meant to say CFM :blush:

I was very tired when I made this thread.

 

I don't know the specs of the fans that came with the case, but they feel very weak.

 

It seems like with fans that size they could easily blow 200+ CFM at high enough speeds

 

make a duct from the cpu cooler to your current fan

That would be awesome, I just suck at building stuff. Probably would be easy though to make a duct from the rear case fan, to the cpu cooler, and then from the cpu cooler to a 120mm fan on the top top.

I have a Megahalems cooler

 

i suggest get cheap yate loons i got mine for $2.99 ea with a nice high cfm

Where did you get the 200mm? I can only find 140mm and smaller.

 

 

Do you think I could get more airflow with 2x 120mm fans, 110CFM each, instead of one 200mm?

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ah, i didn't realize you mean the side one, i figured you jsut wanted a 200mm because of more airflow.

 

i had a big like 220mm fan ont he side of mine i took off.. i doubt they make a yate loon that big..

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i've just replace mine with CM Storm Force200, a little bit noisy if you ask me but the air flow is just superb ^_^ i got almost 4C drop on every component

Edited by panjang110

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i've just replace mine with CM Storm Force200, a little bit noisy if you ask me but the air flow is just superb ^_^ i got almost 4C drop on every component

Thanks, I'll give it a go.

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Thanks, I'll give it a go.

 

 

oh, i forgot to mention another thing, the small 2 pin for led needs an auxilliary power any 12V molex. don't put it in your your led switch cause it will get overloaded ;)

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