Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master SickleFlow 120 (R4-L2R-20AR-R1)
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Value for money 8
Overall quality 6
Worked for a year or so
26 December 2013
Summary: Added 2 of these fans to my custom build in June 2013. One stopped spinning in 12 months and the other started making disturbing grinding sound after cold start (room temperature) They were good while they worked and were reasonably quiet, but now I need to replace.
Summary: I bought two of these to replace some cheap ones that were starting to die. The sound level with two of these fans running is really nice, I was impressed with the noise level. The LED lighting on this is not as bright as some others so don't expect a huge glow off of these. They are more subtle but still look nice.
Summary: I have a total of 5 of these. I replaced the 230mm on the side panel of my Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced with 4 to get more air moving through my case and it worked. My temps dropped 5 degrees which to me is a good thing. I used the 5th on my Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo because it only comes with 1. I also wanted a little more lighting in my case which was achieved. I just wish the the led's were a tiny bit brighter.
Summary: I have 5 of these in a gaming rig and moves air well. One fan is really quite but 5 makes a little bit of noise. However, quite fans make it possible to have 5 fans maxing out without it sounding like a jet taking off. I wish the wire leads were longer. Had to improvise to make the proper connections.
Summary: These fans are fantastic. I bought an additional one for my CM Storm Trooper chassis. It mounted easily, runs fairly quietly, and keeps the system cool. The red LEDs look fantastic. The one complaint I have is that I wish the cable was alittle bit longer, because it can be tedious if mounted on a side panel.
Summary: Installed fan within minutes, looks fine, and moves air well. does not sound louder than any other fan i have in computer.It's possible, it even sounds quieter. Red led is softer than some others. but then i wanted softer lighting, not outrageous.