Summary: The wiring, while sturdy, is a tad long. Keep in mind you may have to find some way to tuck it away or around other components. Keep in mind it is a 3-pin fan, so the speed can not be adjusted. Being used as a rear exhaust fan, the orange color is not apparent from most vantage points, though most clients do indicate an interest in the coloring upon inspection.
Pros: Silent, compared to 4-pin fans running at higher speeds in the same system. Higher airflow and quieter performance compared to the stock rear exhaust fan it has replaced.
Pros: What a great fan for the cost! I replaced the stock Cooler Master fan from the Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced. This fan blows quite a lot more air, and is much quieter! I really don't hear this fan going. Case temps didn't really move at all, mainly because I have really good cooling with the 230mm fans in the front and side of the case. I can see how if this was one of the main fans in a case that it would reduce the case temps a lot vs. other fans. Includes a few ad...
Summary: I have 2 of these in my case along with 6 120mm courgar vortex fans, all 8 fans are bearly audible, tried many other brands, such as phanteks, scythe, coolermaster, antec, and silenx but preferred these due to air/noise ratio
Pros: study construction, quietest fans I've tried so far with good ariflow
Cons: price, buying multiple fans can be expensive, but if quietness is your goal, they're worth it