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Unique and Stylish Shark Fin like 15 Fan Blades design with 4 Blue LEDs Shark 140mm Red FanInnovative Fluid Dynamic Bearing delivers longer life span with higher precision rotation and anti-shock functionInclude a Voltage reduction cable allow fan to perform in Duo Mode Operation either in Power mode or Silence modeAccessories include a Voltage Reduction cable and a 3 to 4 pin converter cable and 4 units of Anti-vibration Rubber Screws and 4 units of standard screws12V DC fan
Thanks just ordered three blue ones from E-bay. It was helpful :D because I am going to buy the blue version of it thx :D 2 of these cause they look beast Decent review but you should do a real comparison where you run it attached to a side panel or something, because fans don't really get loud until they are intaking air through a grille Sorry but you talk too much, I can't hear the fan because of you. Next time try not to speak for at least 30 seconds when the fan is on. which one do you think is better, the 12mm or 14mm? 14mm got higher cfm but higher db as well. depends what you consider as loud, i run them on 50% of power. in fact i only have 1 now, because H100 radiator was too big and i had to remove one fan.
but all in all i have 8 case fans and its still quieter than old PC that has only 2 case fans, but they run at 50% most of the time. Are those too loud? Can someone tell me how to take this fan apart? It doesn't have the rubber covering the bearings like other fans; it's all plastic. i honestly don't care that much about its sound cause i look for performance and can u please compare these to corsair led fans just a general comparison how they look and function!!!! @Troy Amhaz If they are kept on full power they do, you're right. I tend to let the system manage them and my system keeps them rotating slow and they are virtually silent. Whenever I am gaming they spin faster but the sound of the game drowns all of the fans noise. Thanks for watching :) these fans do have a hum to them i have 8 of them. i keep them on full power. i will tell you they are not the loudest i have heard but they are not silent either. you can easily drown out the noise with a tv or something. i mounted one of those fans under my desk to cool my balls down during intense gaming sessions 1:15
>a lot silent Good video :) these fans make a lot of noise for me though :( I'm using the voltage reducing cable and everything. however I think this is due to my case and setup more than anything as im using these as intake fans mounted on the side. If you use these as exhaust fans they make virtually no noise. are you portuguese? I was watching this as my window was open and felt a breeze, as if the fan was blowing it :) I have 2 of them. They are air flow fans. Good for getting air in or out of your case. Good where there are no obstructions. Push pull does not make a huge diffrence its definitly not worth it.Linus tech tips tested Do you think they sound loud or is pretty quiet when they are in the case? Thanks. is it noise when full rpm? i own 3 120mm versions of this fan they are pretty damn good push like 80 cfm and are not that loud plus they look sexy only thing is that they dont put out alot of static pressure if u using them for radiators