Summary: Be careful with your fan grill choice. The lian li grill I have cuts down on the air flow I just have to get a different one. I would tell people to buy these, they really are that good.
Pros: They move a decent amount of air. I like that there is an option to turn the LED's off on the fans. That will be helpful if I get a fan controller so that they don't look dumb when they dim.
Cons: I bought 6 of these. I must have gotten mixed batches because the whites are different on the fans. I just put the ones that were close to the same color next to one another and they wash each other out.
Summary: There are two of these in a server with quad-core Socket F processors. The CPUs have 1U heatsinks (no fans) relying on the case fans to move air through for cooling. It's perfectly fine even when at 100% CPU usage for extended periods of time. A quiet server. Imagine that.
Pros: The LED lighting has an on/off switch. The packaging does not require the jaws of life to open. It's very easy. It is very quiet and provides adequate cooling. PWM control.
Summary: I'm debating on buying another one but this next one would be for a costume notebook cooler I'm making
Pros: I pretty much like everything about it. The white sleeve on the cables is a nice feature as well as the on off switch for the white LEDs... It's extremely quite and pushes a good amount of air. The rubber connectors are also a nice touch but for the amount of noise and vibration this fan makes it...
Summary: Please use good ball bearing or liquid bearing fans!! There are very expensive extremely quiet sleeve bearings fans out there (junk), and they go down hill incredibly fast, and may freeze up in heated environs in <yr (speaking from experience). (Get their Magma for hot exhaust.)
Pros: This is as good as it gets for air flow/db; easy blade removal for cleaning, and good bearing durability in heat has it challenge the S-Flex for tops on my list. This white looks INCREDIBLY CLASSY in my wife's new silver case! It is practically dead quiet at full tilt except for the air. Ideal fo...
Cons: Enermax, please make in a red and yellow in this same model. They make a blue Everest, which has no guts, made to be ultra quite with a thermistor turn turn down even more with temp. The Cluster is just as quiet at same RPM.