( 4.9 Average / 17 Ratings )
Very powerful fans , really recommend this fan for cooling and aesthetics
I like to think of this as civilized Delta fan that won't fry a fan header. It moves a ton of air with a ton of force behind it. Its loud but that is expected for a 3KRPM fan. The only real downside to this is that it requires a good amount of voltage to get started so a normal voltage reducer isn't likely to work for it.
MY GOD when i first installed these i had 5 of these and 2 120mm's hooked up to a silverstone fan hub, and they all went full tilt 100%, i swear to you i could barely hear myself think. I went to the backyard and i promise you i could easily still hear my pc with the back door shut and all windows closed, albeit i was sitting in a chair right outside the back door and my pc is in my dining room about 5 ft from the back door. after fixing this full tilt problem these fans still push a tremendous amount of air and are pretty quiet also, i would definitely recommend getting a few of these if you are looking at them #brwnFanMR
Expensive but amazing! I run it at 20-25% PWM at idle and never ever allow it to go above 50% it goes into server level sound range. If the compressor of your vacuum cleaner gives up, don't worry just put an NF-A14 in it you will not see the difference!
These are really good quality fan, but they come at a price. Just wish they didn't use ugly colours for there non-industrialPPC series.
Pushes a lot of air, and stays quiet once the fan curve has been adjusted correctly. Doesn't look like the normal Noctua fans, which was my main reason for going for this one.
Best Fans I ever bought so i got three of these for my Corsair air 540, control them with my NZXT sentry mix 2 and they keep my PC cool
Idle noise definitely went up a few dB. But worth it, considering my GPUs dropped 20C from getting colder air and exhausting the hot air.
I love them but they are loud when cranked up.
Quiet and made me ***