1200 - 2000 RPM
- 2 x Silent mode adapter(1600 RPM x 1, 1200 RPM x 1)
- 4 x Metal screw
- 50 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build Scarlet (1st PC Build)
Great packaging, comes with two extensions. Moderate and satisfying hum.
- 35 points
- 55 months ago
from completed build The Steve Buscemi
Love these fans, they can push an amazing amount of air
- 22 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Black & Red (First Build) Custom Watercooled
Loud, but effective. They are amazing. But I took them out because they are far too loud my parents can hear them in the room on the other side of the house...
- 16 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build SOVEREIGN
Using as an exhaust fan, it makes my computer overall around 1.8x louder (perceived) when above 44% fan speed. And it is an annoying noise differing and overpowering from the rest of the build, but i think it's from the vibrations or something - because the youtube videos and that, it just sounds normal. My screws are tight but maybe I stuffed something up, I'll try reposition it or refit it within 2 weeks and I'll update this review.
It has an excellent build quality and moves a lot of air, great for cooling. The silencer/extension cables in the box were extremely useful for my SickleFlow intake fan, it would not of reached the mobo otherwise.
- 16 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build First build after 6 years
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO & CoolerMaster JetFlo's 95.0 CFM (Red LED) Great bang for the buck on this heatsink. Usually under 30 dollars on newegg. Stock fan does make an annoying rattle under 100% fan speed operation but honestly I don't see why you would need 100% fan speed mine usually idles at 25% and goes up to 40% while gaming which is still hardly even noticeable audibly speaking. I replaced the stock fan with dual Cooler Master JetFlo's in push pull orientation. These fans have some serious airflow and is a little bit overkill for this application but hey I like them and wanted to see what this fan technology was all about as they are close to the best of what Cooler Master has to offer fan-wise. I would highly recommend both of these to anyone and the Hyper 22 EVO especially for a budget build!
- 11 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build Crimson Build
This is the part where I jumped off the efficiency train for a sec, because RED LED fans!!!! I knew they would look great at the front of the case and my god, yes they do, absolutely, no regrets, will waste watts again. I was very impressed with the build quality, rubber connectors - these things are beasts though if you let them run on full throttle, noisy and make the pc sound like a jet (JetFlow - get it?). But being PWM fans - this wasn't just easily remedied, but resulted in some pretty sweet automatic temperature/fan controls of the system - so when idle/browsing it's just quiet - when gaming it starts whispering, beautiful.
- 9 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Ailurus .
Seem to deliver good airflow, but run a bit loud. Based on the specs, I'd expect them to spin pretty fast and generate a bit more noise than the average fan, but I kinda wish I'd gone with something like the LED Thermaltake Riing fans instead. Buy if you prioritize max airflow over silence.
- 8 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build Skylake
Incredible fans. Move serious amounts of air. Going to replace my other two fractal fans with these.
- 8 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Red Eyes Black Dragon - My Slightly upgraded build
can't go wrong with this case fan, as it cools great and has lights
PROS - good quality for its price; can't complain when it costs under $20 - moves alot of air - has lights to give your rig some flair - also quiet at 1200rpm; with 5 of these at my rig, i can actually hear coil whine from my gpu lol. Cons - lights are sadly static colored and not rgb; you can't control the color of lights, you have to buy specific fans(red, blue, and white only) if you want a specific color - lights are sadly not bright compared to other rgb fans; i guess this is the reason why its a cheap "rgb" fan - very loud at 1600rpm, and really LOUD at 2000 rpm; with 5 of these at 1600rpm, it sounded like several hairdryers in my rig. and with 5 of these at 2000 rpm, it sounded like a jet engine in my rig.