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: 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.
Summary: I read a lot of reviews about the installation problems with the screws tearing out the rubber. I had no such problem. Install: 1- exhaust side is where the colored ring is. 2- I dipped the screws into a soap dish that had liquid at the bottom and then dabbed the bottom of the screws on a paper...
Summary: I was a bit hesitant about ordering these because of all the reviews about ripping the corners out with the self-tapping screws. My install went flawlessly on my Obsidian 650D. I replaced the 200 mm fan with 2 of these 140 mm fans using a 3 pin "Y" connector.
Pros: Quiet, easy install. Seems to move quite a bit of air.