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- DUAL-LAYER RIGID BLADE DESIGN
- Nine dual-layer rigid blades generate more powerful airflow, air pressure & decrease wind shear noise
- COUGAR DIVERSION CLAWS DESIGN
- Innovative COUGAR diversion claws to provide focused airflow & reduce noisy air turbulences
- ANTI-VIBRATION PAD DESIGN
- Reduce the vibrations efficiently & silent operation.
- LED LIGHT VISUAL DESIGN
- Green LED with transparent orange blade generates energetic visual effect
- HYDRAULIC BEARING TECHNOLOGY
- HB runs more smoothly with no friction, make it quietly & durability
- TOOL-LESS FIXED PINS
- Rubber fixed pins also reduces vibrations (fan run more quietly) and tool-less makes it easy to mount, with no tools required
- 20 points
- 55 months ago
from completed build FEB 2018 Upgrade Blue Green Ninja "BGNinja" Windows 10 Gaming Build for my Youngest
Near Silent, Move a Lot of Air, Great Mounting, and Look Amazing.... If they had 4-pin PWM these Fans would easily have me looking for a 6 star rating !!
- 20 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build The Return Of The Jedi aka "Yoda Of Dagobah"
Well, I wanted PWM fans because it's the 21st century and my motherboard has a plethora of fan headers that support them. I don't normally care for the bling factor, but dishing out so much cash on such pretty hardware, I felt like it was only right to have it visible and illuminated properly. I like green and the only green PWM LED fans I found were BitFenix Spectre, but every online store was out of stock. I didn't want to wait for weeks, so I went with Cougars (these fans are not PWMs). Cougars are a tad more expensive but seem to be better than BitFenix in every aspect (minus the PWM), according to the reviews I stumbled upon. I also think that Dual-X Cougars look very sleek.
P.S. I just keep 'em running at full speed, they don't produce a whole lot of noise at all.
- 12 points
- 59 months ago
from completed build My multipurpose all in one computer.
Spare fan. Tested and works great, pretty quiet as well. Will be adding this to my heatsink and to a push/pull air flow