Fan Suggestions for my Corsair Carbide 300R

xmotionx

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The fans I have currently are:
Front: 2x Bitfenix 140MM
Rear: 1x Corsair SP120
Top : 2x Bitfenix (Spectre Pro?) 140MM
Side: 2x Corsair AF140

I'm looking to swap out the fronts. Corsair and Noctua seem to be popular, but as far as the different types of models goes, I'm super lost.
 

xmotionx

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Hey. Thanks for your reply. But I still don't know WHY any of these are good. Is there anything wrong with Corsair SP140 with what you've suggested?
 
just the performance.
Corsair SP140 - Air flow: 84.1m³/​h • air pressure: 1.17mmH₂O • Volume: 29.3dB(A)
Noctua AF-14 FLX - Air flow: 115.5m³/​h • air pressure: 1.51mmH₂O • Volume: 19.2dB(A)
Phanteks F140TS - Air flow: 130.9m³/​h • air pressure: 1.21mmH₂O • Volume: 19dB(A)
Phanteks F140SP - Air flow: 139m³/​h • air pressure: 1.33mmH₂O • Volume: 19dB(A)
Noctua NF-P14 FLX - Air flow: 110.3m³/​h • air pressure: 1.29mmH₂O • Volume: 19.6dB(A)
Cougar CFD D14HB - Air flow: 124.40m³/​h • air pressure: 1.4mmH₂O • Volume: 18.0dB(A) (actually slightly louder)
BeQuiet Silent Wings 3 - Air flow: 101.09m³/​h • air pressure: 1.08mmH₂O • Volume: 15.5dB(A)
BeQuiet Silent Wings 2 - Air flow: 102.6m³/​h • air pressure: 0.81mmH₂O • Volume: 15.8dB(A)

imo there's no justification to buy Corsair SP140 anymore.
they move less air than most decent 120mm fans, are louder than most 120mm fans and got mediocre pressure.
for a 140mm fan that's just straight poor.
 

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