Question Meshify C fans..Do I need more than stock?

Barty1884

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"Need", no.

Probably beneficial though, depending on the hardware you have installed.

The stock fans are fine - but adding a third 120mm fan (2x 120mm intake at the front, 1x 120mm exhaust at the back) would be a good idea - and won't break the bank either.
 

mazinyo

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"Need", no.

Probably beneficial though, depending on the hardware you have installed.

The stock fans are fine - but adding a third 120mm fan (2x 120mm intake at the front, 1x 120mm exhaust at the back) would be a good idea - and won't break the bank either.
I agree. wont break the bank. so which one would you recommend? this is my build

CPUAMD Ryzen 5 2600X Processor Box (Gen 2)1
MotherboardsGigabyte B450M DS3H1
RAM MemoryDDR 4 16G (8GX2) 3000 CL16 1.35V Vulcan Yellow Team1
CasesFractal Design Meshify C Blackout 1
Power SuppliesCorsair CX550 550W PSU 80+ Bronze1
Solid State Drives (SSD)Intel® SSD 660p 512GB M.2 PCIe 80mm1
Video CardsPalit Geforce GTX1660Ti STORMX 6G GDDR6 192bit DVI HDMI DP
 

Barty1884

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2x140mm in front would be a good choice too.

Pure Wings are decent enough fans.

With the blackout edition, you don't have to worry much about the aesthetic look - so even adding 2x 120mm in front would be fine (for 3x in, 1x exhaust). Top exhaust is an option too - but with 4 fans, you can play about with the layout and see which performs best. I wouldn't expect much variance though... 3x120mm front intake, 1x 120mm rear exhaust is probably the best setup there.
 

mazinyo

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140mm is the same price as 120mm, so for the same price i would rather take the 140mm. If I put 2X140mm in front, I will have a spare stock fan, so I thought about putting it Top exhaust
 

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