This fan moves a good deal of air and the PWM helps control the ...
Dale Alan, Amazon
3 July 2015
Summary: This fan moves a good deal of air and the PWM helps control the speed without altering voltage to the fan. With the BIOS set to silent, I can barely hear this fan and the PC has a total of 7 fans!
Replaced the fan that came with my Antec Kuhler H2O ...
Christopher L., Amazon
24 June 2015
Summary: Replaced the fan that came with my Antec Kuhler H2O 620. Seems to move about as much air as the relatively loud Antec fan it replaced while being dead silent and temperature controlled by the motherboard.
Summary: Best $ spent for noise reduction. I have 8 fans in total on my large case pc. Except the 2 fans on graphics card 1 on power supply I converted to four f8 and one f12 arctic fans on the other 5 fans and my computer went from jet engine to electric car lol much better...
Summary: I got three of these bad boys to replace the clunky molex fans that came with my p183. They work like a charm and I like that you can plug them all into the same place on the motherboard. Just make sure that you place them the right way!
Best fan for the price; exceptionally quiet, stable so far.
J. Inouye, Amazon
12 May 2015
Summary: This fan is quiet and effective. There's not much you can say about a fan. It hasn't saved my life (that I know of), it doesn't go out at night to fight crime, but it keeps my CPU from melting, so that's nice.
Summary: Very nice fan! Extremely quiet, well-made, and the right price. One thing about these fans that shows class is the very clear diagram on the fan box showing air flow direction. You need go no further to be sure of that.
Summary: Excellent fans, the PST features is great especially if your motherboard doesn't come with lots of fan headers. I purchased 2 of these and I am using them as exhaust fans mounted on the top of my Corsair 200R and they are extremely silent and exhaust a lot of air.
Summary: This is a very quiet fan, no whining just air. I'm using it on a heatsink even though it's described as a case fan. The original fan was just to loud. You only need one motherboard header. For 1 fan, plug the single yellow wire into the pigtail plug it into your PWM motherboard header.