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Fan Recommendation for CORSAIR 300R WINDOWED Enclosure


Pavel Yasko
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Hey guys,

 

I have a case 300R, and the arrangement of the fans is as follows:

 

Preview of the chassis 2 fans that pull in air, from one rear that pulls out,

I have the option of adding 2 more from the side and 2 from the top.

 

I am interested in replacing one of the front fans that is broken and adding 2 more.

That means I need you to recommend 3 fans, 1 to put in the front, one to put in from the side and one to pull out from the top.

 

Is there any recommendation for which fan to buy? (As I realized there are 2 types of fans, AIR FLOW and one with HIGH PRESURE)

I play in COD WARZONE and I did OC for a video card (1070gtx with 3 fans), it reaches 70-75 degrees maximum with open chassis (when it was closed the temp was probably higher).

I want to lower the temp as much as possible so I want to add fans.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

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* Please note if your chassis door fans are 120MM.

 

These are great:

https://www.plonter.co.il/detail.tmpl?sku=BL039&lang=heb&cart=1586214214747440060

 

And if you're really into investing:

https://www.plonter.co.il/detail.tmpl?sku=BL055&lang=heb&cart=1586214214747440060

The chassis door is where the chassis is open in the picture? (I'm just confused by the concepts already).

If so, then it is possible to put both 120 and 140.

Isn't it better to put 140?

And by the way, there are 2 of 140 on the front of the chassis (one of them broken so I need a new 140 for the front)

 

And did I see that the fans you proposed are air flow, are they superior to high pressure fans? 

 

(I don't have a set budget, as long as the temp problem is resolved I have no problem investing, and a quiet fan is also preferred because I leave the computer on at night sometimes)

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Let’s make it clear: there’s the front of the chassis, there’s a back side, there’s a top side.

And if you have any other fans aside I think this is about:

Only that I estimated the picture to be 120MM or even smaller

 

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Larger than 140, less noise and more cooling output

The be quiet is excellent on both the quiet and the other .

The same fan models I suggested for you are also available at 140 MM.

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And did I see that the fans you proposed are air flow, are they superior to high pressure fans?

In general, they are able to push more air to cool a specific place they are aiming at, such as radiators, or copper piping that dissipates heat, etc.

They will also do the job for the chassis, but they are not intended for it, but to cool the CPU etc. 

 And they are noisier.

Or in another aspect AIR FLOW should transmit a large amount of air (relative to high pressure) at a slower flow (relative to above)

Compared to a high pressure that pushes less air but more quickly into a certain place.

 

In short, AIR FLOW is designed to move MAX air volume through a vent to a certain opening, so they are better for the chassis and also quieter.

 

There is a case that has a high pressure suitable for cooling, in a case with a very small air opening, or in cases like an HHD cage that you want to cool spot, for this)

 

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In general, they are able to push more air to cool a specific place they are aiming at, such as radiators, or copper piping that dissipates heat, etc.

They will also do the job for the chassis, but they are not intended for it, but to cool the CPU etc. 

 And they are noisier.

Or in another aspect AIR FLOW should transmit a large amount of air (relative to high pressure) at a slower flow (relative to above)

Compared to a high pressure that pushes less air but more quickly into a certain place.

 

In short, AIR FLOW is designed to move MAX air volume through a vent to a certain opening, so they are better for the chassis and also quieter.

 

There is a case that has a high pressure suitable for cooling, in a case with a very small air opening, or in cases like an HHD cage that you want to cool spot, Modding for this)

 

Thanks so much, you closed me a lot of corners here.

For the image you added to the arrows, if you pay close attention, there are also holes for 140 mm.

In any case, what do you recommend doing, adding one side and one up or replacing only the broken fan on the front of the chassis? 

And what do you say about ml140? Simply because of the situation in the country all stores are closed so I prefer. Order from stores like ksp or ivory, and ksp has the fan that I named.

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In any case, what do you recommend doing, adding one side and one up or replacing only the broken fan on the front of the chassis? 

Regarding fans on the side, I did not experiment with their cooling output, although the logic oil indicates that each fan should contribute to the heat dissipation effectively. 

To see the differences in temp with or without a particular fan, here's the difference with \ without front / rear \ upper fans:

 

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what do you say about Corsair ml140?

What this means:

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Fans/Magnetic-Levitation-Fans/ml-pro-config/p/CO-9050045-WW#tab-tech-specs

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Regarding fans on the side, I did not experiment with their cooling output, although the logic oil indicates that each fan should contribute to the heat dissipation effectively. 

To see the differences in temp with or without a particular fan, here's the difference with \ without front / rear \ upper fans:

 

What this means:

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Fans/Magnetic-Levitation-Fans/ml-pro-config/p/CO-9050045-WW#tab-tech-specs

https://ksp.co.il/mob/item/34925

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This is to give little indication of how this business in general helps to cool:

 

 

 

This is a first suggestion:

https://ksp.co.il/?uin=69222

 

The guy's check in the country can be wrong, I didn't watch the second video.

In such tests, the processor must run at a constant frequency without boost, etc., because the processors alone lower a frequency to stabilize at temp.

Both the processor works this way and the video card can also affect the VRM and discs.

He may have done it that way, needs to be stressed.

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The noise depends on the type of bearing (the noise sleeve bearing grows more than others over time), the shape of the blade, which is more influential than anything else.

A. Wear a fan with less than 1200 rpm (very quiet considered 800).

B. Wear a fan with a 4-pin (PWM) that can be changed to your RPM according to your preference or curve.

(In principle it is also possible with 3 and even 2 pins that connect to the board, but preferably PWM).

** Usually if the type of bearing is not listed on the manufacturer's site it is a sleeve bearing.

Not that you can't buy it, but you should be aware before, its expected life is smaller than others and what I mentioned at the beginning).

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