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SilverStone Unveils FHP141 High-Flow 140 mm Fan

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  1. btarunr

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    Hot on the heels of the NT06-PRO and NT01-PRO CPU cooler launches, SilverStone unveiled the SST-FHP141, a 140 mm high-flow fan. Measuring 140 x 140 x 38 mm, with mount-hole spacing of 120 mm, the fan features a 7-blade high-flow impeller, with rotational speeds ranging between 500 and 2,000 RPM. The fan supports PWM control, and features a 4-pin power connector. A small switch on the fan lets you select between two speed-ranges, P (performance) and Q (quiet). The Q (quiet) mode limits the fan's speed to 1,200 RPM.

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    It looks like I have found fans for my IFX-14... :cool:
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    At first I was like, oh yes finally a 140x38 fan, but then they decided to screw it up with 120mm fan mounts -.-
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    98.995% of 140mm fan mount locations also contain 120mm mounting holes. You must be pretty unlucky if yours dont, lol.
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    You must be new to water cooling, sir.
    de.das.dude says thanks.
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    seems pretty good for radiators
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    High Air Flow is not really ideal for radiators, static pressure is better
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    unless it can beat my panaflow 113CFM, its a meh.
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    Yes but it depends also how your radiator is. Many fins need high static pressure fans.

    These fans are good for less fins radiators such XSPC/Thermochill.
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    Being a 38mm fan helps a lot on the static pressure side of things, that's why I ranted about the 120mm mounting system.

    I mean we already have a lot of 120mm fans, I'm forced to use 120mm fans on 140mm radiators cause atm 140mm offerings are terrible.
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    looks good, Ill take 2.

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