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1200 - 2000 RPM
- 2 x Silent mode adapter(1600 RPM x 1, 1200 RPM x 1)
- 4 x Metal screw
- 16 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build First PC Build for Mild Gaming
Although not as bright through my tempered glass case however good colour fitting my build. I purchased 6 and switched all my fans.
- 3 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build My Ryzen 7 build
This fan is really disappointing, it says 95CFM but the fan doesn't seem to push that much air. When it pushes air, it seems to do so in a funnel shape, this may be decent as a regular case fan, but not for a radiator, especially in push-pull config.
Compared to my EVGA 400-HY-FX13-KR 113.5CFM 140mm fans I can really tell the difference. These fans work ok, build quality is nice too, but they do not give out 95 CFM.
- 1 point
- 21 months ago
from completed build Casual 4T
Moves a lot of air, but it's noisy as ****. The specs say it should do around 2000 RPM, but in a hot summer day it reaches 2100 RPM and stays there.
At around 1200-1600 RPM sometimes it wobbles and the sound is kinda irritating.
Good exhaust fan, but the MasterFan Pro 120 Air Flow 84.5 CFM is better because it has adjustable fan speed and is slightly quieter.