Hello guys !
I'm looking for a good set os 120 mm fans for my coolermaster CM-690 but it's very hard to choose one.
I live in a very warm city (30 ÂºC fall/autumn, 20 ÂºC Winter, 35-40 ÂºC Summer), so my computer sometimer need a good airflow.
The problem are the noise and the price.
I have 2 fans with 30-33 dBA and definitelly they're too loud for my bedroom, despite their good airflow.
I was crazy to buy the Enermax Magma or the Noctua NF-P12-1300, but the first simply disapeared from Brazilian stores, and the seccond rised it's price to R$ 75 - 80. I'll buy at least 3 fans, so that's a lot of money.
I'm stucked between many models because I don't know if the specs are correct.
90 cfm, 19 dBA, R$ 19.
:cheap, good airflow, quiet
: many guys said that it's not a 90 cfm fan.
Sleeve bearing is a bad thing because my town is very dusty
44 cfm, 17 dBA, R$ ~ 35
looks nice, excelente bearing, quieter than I need, easy to clean.
44 cfm, 18 dBA, R$ ~ 35
good bearing, very quiet too.
low airflow, I thinks that's ugly.
ThermalTake TurboFan A2492
50 cfm, 17 dBA, R$ 30.
: aiflow, low noise.
sleeve bearing, I don't believe 100% in this specs.
Evercool Spider SFF-12
80 cfm, <25 dBA, R$ 25-30.
high airflow, looks nice, available here in town, excelent bearing.
some people say that's noisy, others quiet and others average. Hard to know..
Arctic Cooling AF12025
56 cfm, 24.5 dBA, R$ 27-30
: good aiflow, good bearing
: I don't know it the noise will be loud or not.
44 cfm, 19 dBA, R$ 55 (but that's for 4 fans)
: low noise, cheap, ball bearing
: low airflow
This coolers I beleve that are te same that's the CM-690 brings.
So.. someone have one of this coolers, know about a review or can help-me to choose the better price/performance/noise ratio ?
I acept any sugestions, but, the diversity of good parts here is limited, and the price oftenly is prohibitive
Thanks for any help.