Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master JetFlo 120 (R4-JFDP)
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But with 5 of these puppies it keeps it happy ( 4 on the case 1 on the CM ...
taylor anderson, Amazon
27 March 2015
Summary: I would give 4.5 stars if i could. Just because how loud they are. Even with the silent adapters. BUT worth it since it solved my heat "issue", i say "issue" because my fx8350 and xfx r9 290 DD were running around 50 and 60 respectively on mild games and now its about 45 and 55 *c on titan fall running on eyefinity for couple of hours. My case has piss pour air flow and cable management.
Summary: Ordered the fan to replace a CPU fan that attaches to an EVO Hyper 212 CPU cooler. After installing I noticed a couple of things: at max RPM (2100) the fan pushes some serious air, and is seriously noisy. But pushing 90+ CFM I would expect the fan to generate a considerable amount of noise, so no surprise there. Went into the UEFI and set the fan to automatic/60% and the RPMs went down to 1600ish.
Summary: For claiming to be a "quiet" fan, this is the loudest of three I installed. This one has a growl to it. I also have a red and a non-LED fan in the same series--the red is the quietest of the three, but none of these are as quiet as the fan that shipped inside the case, which is also Cooler Master! At 1200 RPM, these really start making some noticeable groaning or growling. (I expect a "rushing" of air when the fans are on, not mechanical noises.
Summary: I must say I really love these fans, the rubber mounting points are just amazing, and I wish it was something other fan suppliers would do as a standard now, since CM seems to be able to do it without adding crazy $ to the price of the fan. I have variable control of two of these fans for a twin radiator and they are pretty quite, not the most silent, but they are silent enough for me. Airflow seems pretty good as well.
I refuse to buy any other type of fans after getting these ones.
6 March 2015
Summary: This is my new standard fan, one thing I regret is buying other fans before this one. This can push a lot of air when I want to and quiet when I slow it down with my fan controller. Very nice blue LED illumination, sometimes I get dazzled staring at these fans inside my computer cases. One thing about these fans for me is the nice rubber anti vibration mounting.
Summary: I needed a a fan for the side of my Cooler Master HAF case so I picked this one up. I have had it for a few months now and it is working great. It is a little louder than the 200mm fans that the case has in it but not by much. It came with a couple extensions that you can lower the speed on to control the noise which I ended up doing. I was having some issues with my video card not cooling off enough. Once I put this in I didn't have that problem anymore.
Summary: After adding two Sickleflows to my case, I was impressed with the performance of these budget COoler Master Fans. So I thought I'd give the Jetflow a whirl, and try it as an exhaust. They use a new type of POM bearing, which supposedly is supposed to deliver better airflow. It certainly does well in that department, but clearly there was not enough testing done; this new bearing design is VERY loud, and emits an unusual, persistent humming which I've never heard from any...
Summary: I just mounted this to cool down my CPU.. it's definitely not a quiet fan, but it's not crazy loud.. It will definitely take some slight getting used to until it becomes background noise again. Beautifully packaged, LED works nicely. Came with extra cables, or screws if you're mounting elsewhere. Would definitely recommend and buy again.