Summary: just find a drill bit that fits close to the size of the mounting hole. find out where you need the holes to be to mount your fan because maybe the holes are off just a tad. lay the drill bit on top of the burner until it gets really hot . take a pair of pliers and melt the hole where you need it.
Cons: Breaks very fast, had to replace two of these in under 6 months. After 2-6 months they seem to mess up and start making a very loud noise. Customer service was terrible the first time but it seems to have gotten a lot better since then when I called about the other one breaking. Still would not r...
Summary: The fan is very quiet and moves a substantial amount of air. It does NOT fit the HAF 912 however. The screw holes do not line up and I had to tie wrap it in as an exhaust fan, but it seems to be working great.
Summary: Would be great if they included an adapter for standard screw hole mounting on other cases, but otherwise a great fan for NZXT compatible cases.
Pros: Quiet, led looks great without being overpowering, moves a good amount of air.
Cons: If anything I would say it's NZXT's proprietary mounting holes for the fan. It works perfectly with the NZXT Phantom case that I bought it for (as it's really the only option for a 200mm fan for that case unless you get creative with a dremel), but your mileage may vary trying it with another man...
Installation for the thing was pretty straightforward - you open the panel
15 November 2014
Summary: So I have an NZXT Phantom case, and one of the most notable things about the case is that it ships with a few pre-installed fans. One of these is a 200mm fan that goes on the top of the case, with a slot clearly meant for a second fan of that size right besides it.