Pros: Quiet, Cool, and Stylish.
Pros: Quiet, Cool, and Stylish.
Pros: Moves a massive amount of air but remains quiet, even through restrictions. Now in Black!
Cons: Rubber vibration damps still chocolate brown.
Pros: good build quality, looks great in my HAF932 case, white sleeved cables, LEDs can be turned off, flows a decent amount of air
Cons: dust becomes easily visible after a few months, fan required maintenance after a few years, LEDs do have a slight blue tint
“So I recently brought the Coolink SWiF2-80P, after using a generic 80mm fan for years I decided I wanted to try a new one, so I went searching online and found this fan to be the best I could get for the money. I hadn't seen many reviews on this so I took a gamble and brought it. This fan is silent and still pulls a lot of air into the case, it looks good too. When I first got it, I had to...” --M2NSLI
“I bought seven of these, six to use on a radiator due to the high static pressure ratings, one for case fan. Of the six I received, two had a dead LED (one totally dead, one that was intermittent). Three of the seven fans actually vibrate... like the blades are out of balance. You can fill the vibration when holding them. I compared them to other fans.. like Rosewill, Corsair, Akasa, and...” --cgipson1
“What can be said really about a fan? It's moves air, umm.....it is really pretty! Not much to be said, it is a good solid fan that does move air quite nicely. I have 4 of these setup in my build in strategic locations and they keep my case quite cool. The color is really nice, it is a good deep vibrant blue, makes for a cool looking scene when the lights are off and with these fans you do not...” --Ninion
“Just before I start this review, allow me to point out that: 1. This is an amateur review, with simple figures and the like. 2. I'm reviewing from the UK, where this fan is £2.99 ($5) This fan has changed my life. That may be a strange way to start, but stick with me and you'll find out why soon enough. About a year ago, I bought a BitFenix Shinobi XL, and a H100 on a refurb deal for £40....” --LukePilot152
“I replaced a loud fan in my Cooler Master Elite 430 with this. The other fan moved about the same amount of air with a far louder, higher RPM (I assume) device. This fan has a cool-looking metal ring around it and the blades are kind of freaky. It is definitely quiet, but it does not move air like a scythe gentle typhoon or a noctura. That said, you can pick these up for ten bucks on sale. It...” --SkipP
“If you want proper quality fan and not sleeve bearing rubbish products, this is one you should look for.” --frostbitten
“The Noiseblocker NB-Multiframe M12-P comes very close to being the perfect fan for me. It is quiet, pushes a ton of air, and works great on a heatsink/radiator. Noiseblocker always produces phenomenal fans, and this one is no exception. Here is the front and side of the box. The fan uses what "makrolon" plastic on the blades and features Noiseblocker's "Multiframe" technology. This reduces...” --WilliamGayde
Type: Case Fan RPM: 600 ~ 1600 (+/-10%) RPM Air Flow: 24.85 ~ 63.91 CFM Noise Level: 15 ~ 25 dBA Power Connector: 4 Pin PWM connector Color: Transparent Compatibility: Case Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm
Type: CPU Cooler Fan Bearing Type: UFB (Updraft Floating Balance) RPM: 600 - 1300 +/- 250 rpm Air Flow: 40.9 - 88.6 CFM Noise Level: 15.22 - 19 dB(A) Power Connector: 4 Pin Color: Black Blade Compatibility: CPU Cooler
Type: Case Fan Bearing Type: Sleeve RPM: 1000 Â±15% RPM - 1800 Â±10% RPM Noise Level: 20 Â±15% dBA - 32 Â±10% dBA Compatibility: Case Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm Features: High-intensity LEDs incorporated for illumination. No noise in Silent Mode. Pleasant computing environment with Anti-Vibration Silicone Pinsâ€™ effect.