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1200 - 2000 RPM
- 2 x Silent mode adapter(1600 RPM x 1, 1200 RPM x 1)
- 4 x Metal screw
- 26 points
- 49 months ago
from completed build Jon's 4K PC
Dead quiet, looks good, and I can definitely feel it moving a lot of air.
- 19 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build 1st Time, 2nd Place, Under K
Cool blue LEDs, 2 adapters for quiet (fixed 1600 RPM)/silent (fixed 1200 RPM) operation, good speed range (1200-2000 RPM). Uses M5 screws for securing to case.
- 17 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build Home Business / Music Studio PC
Will do for now - they are nice fans but are 4 pin with no adapter - had to modify them for a 3 pin fan controller.
- 16 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build The Potato Eater (First Budget Gaming Rig)
Very powerful pwm fan that's built to last. One of the highest airflow 120mm fans available.
Just be aware: This fan gets VERY loud at higher fan speeds. I keep it between 40-50% at gaming temperatures and it is quiet enough that I can't hear it with headphones on and my friends can't hear it in voice calls. Don't use it without some form of speed control if you care about noise.
- 14 points
- 57 months ago
from completed build The Brick
Absurd amount of airflow
If over 40% it becomes quite loud
- 11 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build OREO- A PC build for my mate
Moves a lot of air, has PWM function, has blue LEDs, what else could you ask for? Only problems some might have is the noise, but it's not a big deal to me or my friend. Cable is a bit short, I had to install both low-noise adapters and orient the fan in such a way that the cable could reach to the fan header.
- 10 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build The I.E.D. MK. 1 A1 (formerly just the I.E.D. MK. 1)
i nicknamed mine "Ang" cause it moves a lot of air quite well. quiet-ish as well in my case. used as primary intake to keep positive pressure which works well in my case
- 9 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Lounge Gaming PC
Some LEDs died long ago, fans still run
- 8 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Enter the Dragon
Does the job well and more. The only "con" is they are loud... as much as a vacuum cleaner.
After the fans started humming and buzzing too loudly under gaming loads, I stopped using the adapters which come with the CM JetFlo fans. Instead I plugged the PWM conectors directly into the motherboard "cha fan (3+4)" slots.
I also switched the CPU fan to the other side of the HS so that the top JetFlo fan can provide cool air for the cpu fan to pull through the HS and then blow the hot air through the back chassis fan out of the case. I think this is a much more efficient process.
Then I set up a custom rpm and temp profile with ASUS FAN Xpert software. This way my rig is now much more quieter than before. And the fans don't sound like vacuum cleaners anymore.
- Intel Core i7-4770K
- GeForce GTX 780 Ti (x2)
- AMD FX-6300 (@5.0GHz)
- Radeon R9 290
- Intel Core i5-4690K (@4.7GHz)
- GeForce GTX 780 Ti