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How are these fans?

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233104

anyone have any experience with these fans?

how were they?
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I believe this is the same type of fan that came in with my xigmatek dark knight II CPU heatsink. they are quite decent quality and quite. i really have no complaints about them... its a 120mm fan i mean... its pretty basic biggrin.gif but also decent.

They are not the same type of fan that comes with the Xigmatek Dark Knight II CPU heatsink. instead these fans listed run at lower speeds (quiter) and move more static pressure. i believe they are better used for radiators and such than basic air cooling. but they should work fine either way.
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are these fans quiet? with lots of air flow? (or atleast a decent amount of airflow and quiet to some degree??)


i will be connecting them to directly to my MOBO, so that means it'll run at full speed. so it must be quiet. my stock case fan (corsair 200r) is really loud and i hate it
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post #4 of 4
connecting your fan to your motherboard always gives you the option to manage / change its speed through the BIOS.

I do not own the same type of fans, but from comparing their specs to the one i have, they should be quite, yes.
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