Reviews and Problems with Corsair Air Series AF140
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Silent fans, slightly frustrating installation
3 weeks ago
Summary: I love the silence of these fans. While I was testing my rig I had to keep looking to see whether or not they had actually turned on! My only problem is how annoying the fan screws are with the rubber inserts in each corner.
Corsair AF140 good performance, poor mounting solution
The Rev, Amazon
8 May 2015
Summary: This fan works very well and is fairly quiet. It manages to keep air moving nicely... But has a huge flaw... Too easy to break. The mounting holes have no threading so you have to use the self tapping screws.
Summary: Definitely a good value for $15 a fan on sale. Often you can find the twin fan packs on sale to save a little more. I am a system builder and I have used tons of Corsair AF and SP series fans and have yet to have one fail.
Pros: The fan works well, operates quietly, and really does a great job brightening my case. I have 3 of these fans in my Corsair 780T in addition to four SP120 fans on my H100i GTX, and I must say these fans are awesome! I get a lot of complements regarding the ascetics of my build. Beyond the looks, ...
Summary: Holy poop does this thing move air. Should be advertised as a turbine! But in all seriousness the product performs as advertised. The AF in the name stands for air flow as this line of fans from Corsair is optimized for moving unrestricted air through unrestricted space (exhaust/intake case fans,...
Summary: I am not a verified owner although these did come with my 760T.
Pros: -Very good airflow -Decent looking
Cons: -Looks like a swastika, once you see it, you can't unsee it. -Not nearly as quiet as I'd hoped. If you have your PC on your desk next to you, expect to hear them even at a low-medium RPM. Granted, I use headphones and it isn't too bad while wearing them.