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Need fans for Lancool K62

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  1. Igorius

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    Hi,
    I need new silent fans for Lancool K62.
    The case is equipped with 1 x 120mm and 3 x 140mm fans.
    The color of illumination blue.
    I've got about $12 for a single fan so I can spend about $50.
    Could you help me?
     
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    What stores (online) can you buy from in Poland?
     
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    Do you mind leds?
     
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    I'd like to buy in a Polish e-shop.
    Please let me know that not too expensive fans you shared - the prices are not so different after all (given e-shop in your country).

    I think about Revoltec Dark Blue 120mm, this: http://www.proline.pl/?p=REV DARK BLUE 120MM
    Is it more noisy than stock K62 fans?

    In my opinion very good fans are: Enermax UCTB12 and UCTB14, this: http://www.proline.pl/?p=EMX TB SILENCE 120MM and http://www.proline.pl/?p=EMX TB SILENCE 140MM
    What do you think about this fans?
    Actually I think that my fans need not be illuminated. Only on my new cpu cooler - Zalman CNPS10X Flex I'm going to mount Enermax Everest UCEV12, this: http://www.proline.pl/?p=EMX EVEREST 120MM
    It is a little expensive but...

    And about the top... Can I mount here 120mm? How? Can I use clamps?


    \EDIT
    In case I've got two blue cathodes from Revoltec, this: http://www.proline.pl/?p=REV KAT X2 30 NIEB
     
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    What do you think - is the Thermalright X-Silent 140 better than Enermax UCTB14?
     
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    But there is no ENERMAX UCTB14 :(

    The Thermalright X-Silent 140 and Ty 140 are best but the second one starts on 7.4v
    And suddenly Scythe Slip Stream 140 was very good.
     

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