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i think the most comparable noctua fan is the NF-P12 redux-1300 ($14 on amazon). it has slightly higher peak rpm and noise, but they're both quiet enough that it shouldn't be an issue.

if your top priority is noise and you want the best value, i think this is it right now. but if you need more versatility (i.e, more performance when you need it), you can also look into noctua NF-P12 redux-1700. i use that, and it's still whisper quiet at idle, but i get more performance (and slightly more noise) when i need it.
You have never built a pc in your life then if you think be quiet! Is a no name brand.
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Be aware of RPM limit of this fan: 1100


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I pulled the whole spec from their site:
"Model Shadow Wings 2 120mm PWM
Dimensions (mm) 120
Fan speed @ 100% PWM / 12V (rpm) 1100
Air Flow @ 100% PWM / 12V (CFM / m3/h) 38.5 / 65
Air Pressure @ 100% PWM / 12V (mm H2O) 0.82
Lighting -
Noise level @ 100% PWM / 12V (dB(A)) 15.9"

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Great deal on good fans, thanks OP!
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Bought 4. Great deal! Much cheaper than the Corsair fans for even better quality.
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Perfect needed 3 nice fans to go along with the top of the seasonic case/psu combo that's on here
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How good is this compared to noctua
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FYI:
Be aware of RPM limit of this fan: 1100


Edit:
I pulled the whole spec from their site:
"Model Shadow Wings 2 120mm PWM
Dimensions (mm) 120
Fan speed @ 100% PWM / 12V (rpm) 1100
Air Flow @ 100% PWM / 12V (CFM / m3/h) 38.5 / 65
Air Pressure @ 100% PWM / 12V (mm H2O) 0.82
Lighting -
Noise level @ 100% PWM / 12V (dB(A)) 15.9"

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How good is this compared to noctua
i think the most comparable noctua fan is the NF-P12 redux-1300 ($14 on amazon). it has slightly higher peak rpm and noise, but they're both quiet enough that it shouldn't be an issue.

if your top priority is noise and you want the best value, i think this is it right now. but if you need more versatility (i.e, more performance when you need it), you can also look into noctua NF-P12 redux-1700. i use that, and it's still whisper quiet at idle, but i get more performance (and slightly more noise) when i need it.
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Looking for some fans that move a good amount of air. Noise is not a concern, will be using it to circulate air in my boat when I am not there. Power consumption is a slight concern but not much, will be running 3 of them off of a 100ah deep cycle and 150w solar setup with a MPPT charger.

any suggestions?
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Looking for some fans that move a good amount of air. Noise is not a concern, will be using it to circulate air in my boat when I am not there. Power consumption is a slight concern but not much, will be running 3 of them off of a 100ah deep cycle and 150w solar setup with a MPPT charger.

any suggestions?
i don't know anything about boats, but if you want high airflow computer fans without any regard for your eardrums:

https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-Bea...00KFCRF1A/

i linked a 140mm since they'll move more air than 120mm. they do make it in 120mm as well, if you're limited in size.

each fan uses 0.55a.
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i think the most comparable noctua fan is the NF-P12 redux-1300 ($14 on amazon). it has slightly higher peak rpm and noise, but they're both quiet enough that it shouldn't be an issue.

if your top priority is noise and you want the best value, i think this is it right now. but if you need more versatility (i.e, more performance when you need it), you can also look into noctua NF-P12 redux-1700. i use that, and it's still whisper quiet at idle, but i get more performance (and slightly more noise) when i need it.
Dang I bought these and just cancelled cause now I'm questioning if I should spend a little more for noctuas. Now I'm looking at 140mm instead of 120mm. I'm looking to mount them horizontal on
the top of the case. Looking at these now and wondering if I should spend more and get these or something else
Noctua NF-P14s redux-1500 PWM, High Performance Cooling Fan, 4-Pin, 1500 RPM (140mm, Grey) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KF7O...UTF8&psc=1

What do you think?
(for reference I just bought the seasonic case so the GPU will be mounted up near these top vertical fans.)

Also don't want to spend a whole lot because I already bought a case when I didn't NEED one.
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Dang I bought these and just cancelled cause now I'm questioning if I should spend a little more for noctuas. Now I'm looking at 140mm instead of 120mm. I'm looking to mount them horizontal on
the top of the case. Looking at these now and wondering if I should spend more and get these or something else
Noctua NF-P14s redux-1500 PWM, High Performance Cooling Fan, 4-Pin, 1500 RPM (140mm, Grey) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KF7O...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]

What do you think?
(for reference I just bought the seasonic case so the GPU will be mounted up near these top vertical fans.)

Also don't want to spend a whole lot because I already bought a case when I didn't NEED one.
with an inverted build with good ventilation at the top, your gpu should get pretty good airflow. the fans will assist the airflow for sure, but probably in the single digits for the most part. if you have a high end gpu that runs quite hot, then the 140mm noctuas should help move a lot of air without being obnoxiously loud while being relatively kind to your wallet.

for me personally, if i were using a 3080 or something similar in TDP, plus the fact that i spent so much on a gpu, i would want to also invest in decent fans to keep it nice and cool. in that case, i would get the 140mm noctuas that you linked. but if i were using a more low-mid range gpu, then these be quiet fans should be fine while always keeping your system quiet.

if you have a system with high end components that run quite warm, then i would also recommend maybe upgrading the exhaust fan to move out all the hot air more effectively as well.

others might have differing opinions, so don't simply take my word for it, but hope that helps.
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with an inverted build with good ventilation at the top, your gpu should get pretty good airflow. the fans will assist the airflow for sure, but probably in the single digits for the most part. if you have a high end gpu that runs quite hot, then the 140mm noctuas should help move a lot of air without being obnoxiously loud while being relatively kind to your wallet.

for me personally, if i were using a 3080 or something similar in TDP, plus the fact that i spent so much on a gpu, i would want to also invest in decent fans to keep it nice and cool. in that case, i would get the 140mm noctuas that you linked. but if i were using a more low-mid range gpu, then these be quiet fans should be fine while always keeping your system quiet.

if you have a system with high end components that run quite warm, then i would also recommend maybe upgrading the exhaust fan to move out all the hot air more effectively as well.

others might have differing opinions, so don't simply take my word for it, but hope that helps.
Have an Rx 6800 xt. It gets pretty warm. Price difference is $20 between these and noctuas.
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Got 2x of these. Great and quiet. But the rpm is limiting like others have said. This is why they are so quiet even at full blast. Full blast is not much more than quiet. I would assume they are fix fan speed if you are getting these.
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