Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master JetFlo 120 (R4-JFDP)
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Cooler Master Jetflo Fan Review
9 December 2013
Conclusion: Cooler Master calls their POM bearing a “Fourth Generation” bearing. After the Sickle Flow X, the Jetflo has what I am tempted to call the second generation of their POM bearing. Can something be the second generation of a fourth generation? The rubber corners work well to isolate a Jetflo’s vibrations from whatever it is attached to. Even better: under PWM control these fans did not click.
Pros: Attractive, PWM control, No PWM clicking, Comes with two “Silent Mode” Adapters, Jetflo fans come in four LED varieties: Red, Blue, White and unlit, Airflow output exceeds spec, Airflow output meets free-air spec when pulling air through a filter, Rubber corners do a good job in stopping vibrations, Screw holes use special screws for strong connections, Screw holes pass through to allow connecting the fans to radiators
Cons: At reduced speeds, the fans are not quite as quiet as advertised
Pros: Eindelijk een fan die mijn 140 watt phenom II processor met Big shuriken 2 koel kan houden in de HTPC, Voor zijn grote en hoge draai snelheid heel stil in vergelijking met andere fans, Idle 47 graden bij 970 rpm, Max 58 graden bij 2100 rpm, Zeer mooi gebouwde fan