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2021/06/03 09:43:09 (permalink)
What are peoples opinions of the BeQuiet range of fans? I've had them in my rig for about 18 months and they've been great. Lots of research I did online originally pointed at Noctua fans but I have to say I've been impressed with the BeQuiet range.
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    projecthunder
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/03 15:08:08 (permalink)
    Both are great comes down to price and aesthetic really. I still think the best bang for buck are Arctic P14/12 range of fans.
    However, I also have a set of Scyth Kaze Flex RGB fans as well which are excellent, and get rave reviews. Little tricky to get hold of though as had to import from USA to UK.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/04 00:30:23 (permalink)
    it good for a silence focused  build , but other fans like noctua perform better
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/04 02:27:53 (permalink)
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    Both are great comes down to price and aesthetic really. I still think the best bang for buck are Arctic P14/12 range of fans.
    However, I also have a set of Scyth Kaze Flex RGB fans as well which are excellent, and get rave reviews. Little tricky to get hold of though as had to import from USA to UK.




    I've never really looked into them.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/04 02:29:50 (permalink)
    cris78
    it good for a silence focused  build , but other fans like noctua perform better




    That was my reason for buying the BeQuiet fans. It does make a huge difference in sound compared to my old setup. The CPU air cooler was HUGE though. Even though i measured my ace before hand, as I was fitting it I was pancaking that it wasnt going to fit.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/05 07:05:57 (permalink)
    Crisis_UK
    What are peoples opinions of the BeQuiet range of fans? I've had them in my rig for about 18 months and they've been great. Lots of research I did online originally pointed at Noctua fans but I have to say I've been impressed with the BeQuiet range.

    I have BeQuiet fans and they are not bad and not expensive at all... Nocturna is better tbh but their fans are pretty expensive.

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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/05 07:50:08 (permalink)
    I got a noctua nh-d15 in my system and besides it being absolute gigantic, it hasn't given me any issues whatsoever in these past few years. But as people have said, noctua in general is a pretty expensive brand, but I'd say it's nothing too crazy, except the color scheme. If you care about how your pc looks, their coolers aren't exactly the prettiest, but they get the job done very well, although from what I've seen it seems they want to slowly but surely move away from their older color scheme to a more classic black/gray one of other coolers.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/08 15:39:23 (permalink)
    you generally want bequiet, scythe kaze, arctic p14, noctua fans. the difference between there are not much. just buy the cheapest
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/08 18:42:37 (permalink)
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    you generally want bequiet, scythe kaze, arctic p14, noctua fans. the difference between there are not much. just buy the cheapest


    Agreed. I'm partial to Noctua though. I know the fans all test similarly but I really trust Noctua for some reason. I also like that they actually have black fans now. I came from crappy Corsair fans and the noise difference is amazing. Even though test don't show Noctua is the quietest, I can't hear my PC at all and it's three feet away.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/08 21:18:11 (permalink)
    BeQuiet's are fantastic. From a couple reviews I've seen Noctua's are marginally better, but if you're looking to save money there's really no need to pay for the top-of-the-line. Go for BeQuiet and don't look back.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/09 00:08:37 (permalink)
    Afaik they're pretty regularly recommended as a good option.
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/14 17:25:01 (permalink)
    bequiet is A tier fan case. i would recommend along with noctua and Scythe
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/15 00:29:33 (permalink)
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    Both are great comes down to price and aesthetic really. I still think the best bang for buck are Arctic P14/12 range of fans.
    However, I also have a set of Scyth Kaze Flex RGB fans as well which are excellent, and get rave reviews. Little tricky to get hold of though as had to import from USA to UK.


    I second the Arctic P12/14 fans. Bought the 5-pack for my PC for under 30 euros I believe and so far I'm satisfied with them. Noctua is a great brand but their case fans aren't the best and they're pricey.

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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/15 17:01:47 (permalink)
    cris78
    it good for a silence focused  build , but other fans like noctua perform better




    I can't really hear any of my fans unless my PSU fan kicks into gear. My noctua ones are pretty much dead silent.

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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/15 19:31:38 (permalink)
    Noctua is over priced. They could be more popular, but PRICE of greedy managers :)
    I found Corsair do the job as expected, may be because i use only 140mm fans. 120's will give more steady pressure and noise too.
    Cooler master provide the most crappy fans ever. On high speed they starts vibrate and touch frame.

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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/15 19:37:08 (permalink)
    Corsair definitely does the job. I got mine because most of my stuff is ICue compatible... Might break that when I get a waterblock for my 3080 Ti FE
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/16 16:34:57 (permalink)
    agreed: especially for control using iCue. The program improved and will let you to customize rgb as you feels.
    My fans w/t rgb and works perfect last 2 years with no noise.

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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/16 17:02:23 (permalink)
    I like Corsair fans and the software. But cable management is a pain in da….
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    Re: Case/CPU Fans 2021/06/16 17:29:39 (permalink)
    i do not use corsair hub. everything goes straight to MOBO. No needs, i don't have a lot of rgb.

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