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deltatux April 6, 2013 08:27 PM

Cooler Master 690 II Advanced 140mm Fan
 
Hey guys,

Just a question, I have the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case and it only comes with 1 140mm fan for the top for exhaust.

I was wondering if I get this for the second 140mm fan, would it be a good choice?
BitFenix BFF-SCF-14025KK-RP
Canada Computers | Cooling | BitFenix Spectre All Black 140mm Case Fan (BFF-SCF-14025KK-RP)

or how about these?:
Cougar Turbine 140mm Hyper Spin Bearing Fan 1000RPM 64.5/109.6CFM
Cougar Turbine 140mm Hyper Spin Bearing Fan 1000RPM 64.5/109.6CFM 17.9DB 3PIN Black - OEM

Also, is it better to have two of the same fan (remove the existing fan and get two BitFenix's?)? The Cooler Master fan I have is the Cooler Master A14025-10CB-3BN-F1 (1200 RPM).

Mainly if I am to get a new 140mm fan, it must be quiet but able to expel the heat out of my case. Due to the installation of the H70 CORE, the two Arctic Cooling fans made my rear exhaust to become a rear intake, the only exhaust now is the top.

Thanks,
deltatux

great_big_abyss April 6, 2013 09:09 PM

The front fan (LED) is also 140mm too, FYI.

deltatux April 6, 2013 09:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by great_big_abyss (Post 701121)
The front fan (LED) is also 140mm too, FYI.

Yes, that's correct, but I'm only talking about the top fan(s) as that's where my interest is in replacing. I see no need to replace the front fan as it's doing its job.

deltatux


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