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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by rahulyo, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. rahulyo

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    Hi Friends ....

    I want to buy new 120 mm silent (low price) fans for my case ...

    How is Cooler Master 120mm fan 90 CFM fan ???
     
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    This fan is used in my chassis. Here are some pros and cons I found.

    Pros:
    - Really high airflow (though maybe not 90cfm though I have no way of verifying it)
    - High value at low prices <$9.99
    - Quiet for what it does, I estimate about 70cfm airflow, and it is quiet
    - Cooler Master is known for high quality

    Cons:
    - When mounting, you have to thread your own screws as the holes are designed to lock tight. The screw holes are not threaded on the insides.
    - If you mount them horizontally instead of vertically (on the top of a chassis for example), my R4-L2R-20CR-GP kinda vibrates and rumbles. When mounted vertically there are no problems.
    - The LED's are not so bright (but I like them that way)

    In summary, they are the best performing LED fans on the market and I would buy them again. Scythe, Nexus and Gelid are nice fans but they don't have good LED fans. Antec tri-cools are good also but louder and more expensive.
     
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