Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Blade Master 80 (R4-BM8S)
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Why does the "pretty" side of all fans have to be the side that draws air in, instead of pushes it out?
Gary Z., Amazon
25 March 2015
Summary: Why does the "pretty" side have to be side that draws air in, rather than pushes air out???? I would like to find a fan that pushes air out, instead of pulls air and DUST into my electronics and computers. So why does the "PRETTY" side of all fans have to be designed to pull air in (AND DUST) in???
Summary: Not the best style of fan, but it is certainly the most affordable. It is 80mm from corner-to-corner NOT from center of screw to center of screw. Got this as a replacement for another spindle-type CPU fan that had got a lot of gunk in the spindle and could not be taken apart to cleaned or even...
Summary: My mobo temp dropped from about 40C down to about 30C replacing my old fan with this one. Whisper quiet, and since my box was in the bedroom that was of first important. Helped with the CPU temp as well, since there's more air circulation around that heatsink.
Summary: I bought this to improve the circulation in my case and improve cooling of components. The fan clipped nicely into a slot in the case which was designed for 80 mm fans. Seems to be serving its purpose well, as temps have remained low.
Summary: Before my fan that was on my CPU heatsink started sounding like a jet engine taking off. I looked around at local stores but no one had a replacement that went as fast and was quieter. This cut my noise level down by more than half and I believe it outperforms on cooling as well.