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Hey All, Ok here's a little bash at a review so wether you wish to call this a review is really up to you, I just thought that seeing as I havent seen anybody on here with these yet although correct me if wrong, I thought i'd post some pics, information, and my primitive testing results once there installed onto my Black Ice SR-1 240 and see wether they compare or better my Multiframe Noiseblockers and the Noctua's i had on before them.

Coolink-SWiF2-1201 120mm silent whisper Fan.
www.coolink-europe.com







The reason Iv'e aquired them is that my friend and PC shop owner in Tottenham court road London has been given 6 as a sample from a supplier who says these are going to be the next big thing like Noctua's NB-MF's, YL & S-flex are today.

Are they????? well I have the privilage of knowing the owner of the shop very well and he let me take one of every fan out of its box plug it into an open booted machine's fan controller to see what is what compared to one another.
Fans it was compared against were,
1, http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=p...s_id=12&lng=en
2, http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=p...s_id=25&lng=en
3, http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/002/sff21e.html
4, http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products...on-120-mm.html

flow, static pressure, noise etc, now obviously this is not a scientific based test, and all was done in a shop, with hands, face and ears as reading instruments lol but i was pretty shocked at the results, so much so i didnt believe it and went through all the 5 different fans i compared it against again. Well i now have 2 in my posession i think that tells you something.

It is without doubt the quietest 120mm fan ive ever heard spinning at 11v it even makes my Noise Blockers erm sound .. noisy and was noticably quiter than all the rest.

The Air Flow produced from it felt by far the most terbulant and was pushing the most air onto my face hands etc than any of the others.

So for testing this will be the basis of my test, wether its a good basis or not im not to sure but seeing as this is what my rig seems to spend 85% of its time doing atm then if i can see a degree or two drop off the temps posted below it would be an improvement and money well spent IMO.

and now the colour has grown on me rapidly and i love the neon yellow propeller!! beats them Noctua's weird colour schemes

Sig Rig \\/ details below

current fans with rad
Radiator BlackIce-SR1-240 with 2 120mm 1200rpm Multiframe-NB's

application
Linux BigAdv Smp 7 F@H Client running 24/7

Room Ambient temp 23'c thermo used 1/1'c fluctuation
Case Temp 35'c digi thermo same 2/2'c fluctuation
Core 1, 72'c Everest/CoreTemp
core 2, 72'c Everest/CoreTemp
core 3, 71'c Everest/CoreTemp
core 4, 70'c Everest/CoreTemp

So those are my temps to beat if possible when i install these fans in the next couple of days so i will be back to let you know
Edited by mtbmike777 - 12/24/09 at 12:39pm
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ok so i installed the fans today and im seeing massive improvements on my temps,
my case and room temps are the same as posted above,
nothing else has changed on the rig except a new temperary PSU while i wait for my Enermax Revo 85+ to arrive,

im currently f@h on the linux smp bigadv client as above, same wu 1920
core1, 63'c
core2, 62'c
core3, 59'c
core4, 59'c

all measure with everest/core temp again

so far im very impressed, i havent forsaken any level of noise for performance at all,
because if you have never folded on a heavily O.C Rig, you think you systems LinX,IBT, Stable leave it folding for a night then come back and tell me your stable so these bright little fans are turning out to be right little gems
mike
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Wow so much green How much is the fan?
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I've been looking for new fans for my Antec 900 and wanted something quieter. I wonder if these are in the states yet?
    
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Originally Posted by Thedark1337 View Post
Wow so much green How much is the fan?
retail here in the UK their £14.99 same sort of price range as the Noctua,Scythe and Multiframe NB's
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21 dollars for a fan? , so these are real quiet fans at stock?
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