but I just wasted $50 on these because of some things not mentioned ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
24 February 2015
Summary: These fans have potential, but I just wasted $50 on these because of some things not mentioned on the website. Unfortunately, I threw out my packaging so can't return. First, they are quiet. VERY quiet. Which is great. I would say they are quieter than my Noctua Redux fans I also use.
Summary: First of all, this fan is extremely quiet and moves a good amount of air. Its not the best ever but it is cheap and simple. It also has a long cable, which can be a pro or a con, but something that makes it better for applications other than exhaust right at the motherboard.
Summary: This fans is pretty quiet. Quieter than the other stock fan that came with my Corsair 750D. This fan replaced the rear outflow fan and because I didn't have very many fan ports on my mobo, this fan would have to be plugged into my power supply. It does a good job. It has two settings, LOW and HIGH.
Screwless Mounted Fans, Be Certain of Mounting direction; one time use tabs once trimmed!
1 December 2014
Summary: I was not familiar with the "TruQuiet" mounting system with rubber brackets and no screws. Essentially, if you install the fan the wrong way the first time, you will have an extremely difficult time re-using the rubber pull tabs once the ends are clipped off.
Summary: True quietness. Doesn't move as much air as other fans, but this one really is quiet, I am using 2 of these fans as side panel fan. It has a switch for low or high speed, but there is no difference in noise, so set it to high. It is 4 pins, but comes with detachable 3 pin + mollex adapter.
Summary: It comes with some stretchy rubber fasteners that act like screws, they stick out quite a bit and I couldn't fit all four because my motherboard was in the way of one. The fan itself is good thus far.