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can someone tell me the best 120mm fan out there, dont care bout cost or noise, the higher the CFM the better, i want lowest temps with air as possible.

unless someone knows a better cooler that will fit 939 socket.

i have a 3500 winnie 939 + neo 2 platinum board. i know bnout the 120 and the caps. so any help mucho appreciated.

 

so, xp120 + powerful fan? or another cooler?

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I,d recommend the thermaltake 120mm smart fan, it pushes close to 100 cfm and looks good plus all the gadgetery of the smart fan (for a small price at this store)

 

http://www.adpmods.com/case-modding/produc...1&cat=20&page=1

 

Of course there's always the tornado <_< but you'll be sorry :lol:

Edited by kobalt

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gona kill all the roumers of the xp-120 not fitting on the neo2 right now

 

 

i also have a diff hsf on the n/b and ram sinks on just about everything i could think of

 

 

dont worry about space as u can see from the pic i have aboue a mm at the bottom and about 1/2 a mm between the hsf and the ram , buy the way u can use all the ram slots as long as u install the ram first . and theres about a inch from the rear fans . so u could say it is snug .

Edited by k1e1v1i1n

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i use a Panaflo 120mm x 38mm FBA12G12M1A as a rear case fan (86.5cfm @ 35.5dB... there are a couple of high airflow models up from that one, they are absolute beasts and shift 103.8cfm @ 41.5dB (FBA12G12H1A), and 114cfm at 45.5dB (FBA12G12U1A) the decibel rating is not as loud in practice as it's quite a low frequency drone that the ear is not as sensitive to...

 

they'd be ideal for an xp-120 imo... with a fan controller i can bring mine down to 1000rpm and it's pretty much inaudible, at full speed it makes a nice gust of wind :)

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