Summary: The warranty service was good. I had the first fan rma'd np. Real nice folks. I didn't bother with the 2nd fan. The replacement has set on shelf for about a year now. I look at it sometimes. I wouldn't recommend these if you do not like to dust. Or if you don't like to do a lot of maintenance.
Pros: Sometimes they're the cheapest 140mm blue led on the website. They lit my CM 690 II quite well. The airflow was great. I could really feel it. All my parts were nice and cool.
Cons: I've been through 2 already. The first one just stopped spinning after good month. The fan blade assembly came off the pin for the second fan. It slid right off. It seemed pretty weird at the time. I noticed a slow decline of service after that. I came home from school one day. I noticed that one...
Pros: LED's are bright...Fans WERE quiet (see cons)
Cons: Came home from work 1 afternoon to find the fan blades sitting inside my case because the only thing attaching them to the motors is the weak magnetic field generated by the coil around the motor itself...putting the blades back onto the motor allows it to work again however even with flipping th...
Pros: Great lighting and it moves a lot of air while moving.
Cons: I removed an egg because when i got it the positive electrical feed to the fan was broken off from the fan. Because the fan need electricity to move it didn't work which was kind of frustrating because I had to do a lot of customization to get it in my case where i wanted it and it was very diffi...
Summary: If you want high airflow then this is it. I have always purchased Rosewill and Masscool because of their higher rpm and cfm ratings. Also, I believe fans spin clockwise so looking at the fan blades one can determine which direction the fan will blow.
Pros: Sucks air into my case, that is. Really can feel the air moving when you place your hand near it, and this is why we buy fans in the first place... to move air. Nice and blue but a fan controller reducing the rpm's also reduces the LED at the same time changing the shade of blue somewhat.
Cons: It is the loudest fan I have in my HAF 912 but the others are near silent. I had several 80mm fans in my other case and they were quite noisy and distracting so this "loudest fan" is relatively quiet comparatively. It is the large amount of air moving past the grate that makes this sound, not any...
Summary: This was installed in the front of my Nzxt Phantom case, if it wasnt for the multitude of screws that comes with the case this fan never would have been installed, luckily nzxt provides screws long enough to pass through one side to the other for install, 5 eggs for nzxt, 2 for this junk.
Pros: Cheap and quiet
Cons: the screws are ridiculous, one of the leds did not work, the wires are short
Pros: First off its pretty, second off its to the mark on accuracy as to how many rpms it cycles and is VERY great for cooling.! i would tell anyone and everyone that for a low cost 140 mm fan.. this is the one to have!!
Cons: uhm, the cables to me arent that long considering it is in the back of the case, the connection cables to me seem like that should be a lil longer, but like i said earlier... for the price.. this complaint is null and void.
Summary: I also installed 3 of the 120mm version of this fan, as intakes, and rear exhaust, and yeah, they work just as beautifully! :) kudos to masscool and new egg!
Pros: Moves a lot of hot air out of the case, I have two of these in the ceiling of my NZXT case, and they dropped my temps by 5 deg. C over the 120mm's I had prior. Blue light is beautiful, especially against te UV reactive cabling, and illuminates my room and my case perfectly!