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Replacing the chassis fans in the Noctua case


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I have a case p101 silent, with only a pair of lower storage cages assembled.

It comes with 3 * 120 Stoke fans at the front and 1 * 140 at the rear.

They have two the strong mode they are a bit noisy to me (Antek's main support does not know how to provide any data on them beyond a rotational speed of 1500 rpm).


I want to replace them with noctua-3 * nf-s12a pwm fans and the rear with nf a14 pwm ..

Will there be an improvement in the level of noise and cooling (even if at the level of 1-2 degrees)?

Is there a recommendation for other fans?

A12x25 will do a better job? Because it seems that with a rotational speed of 2000 rpm they will be much noisier ..


Thanks in advance.

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