Summary: Some say these are difficult to install and you may need a drill... a tip to make actual install easier: before installing them in the case, tighten a screw into each hole then remove them and install in case. The screws will tap themselves and thread the holes making install in the case easier.
Pros: These made great panel replacement fans after the originals passed their prime. They move lots air and are within what I feel is a very acceptable noise range.
Cons: None, especially for $7.98 for two with free shipping.
Summary: I bought these to replace a fan that was starting to break and installed the second fan to replace the other so that I had a consistent airflow and no problems with RPM. You have to create the threads into the fans, which with a good enough screwdriver, it shouldn't be too hard, just make sure to...
Pros: -Good airflow. I bought two of them, one for the front of the case to pull in air and one for the back to push air out. -Quiet enough, definitely a much better sound than a fan with bad bearings.
Cons: -For some people, these are too loud, but with a headset on or speakers playing music or game noise, you can't really tell, so no egg off for this one.
Blue LED case fan, looks sweet behind my front mesh case.
James A., Newegg
5 April 2016
Summary: I want another to fill out the 2 120mm fans supported on the front of the case. I will buy again when my wife approves an increase in my personal IT budget. I will have to pick up some larger screws as I don't think I want to try to make the tiny screws work.
Pros: Great price Comes with 4 tiny screws for mounting. 3-4 pin power cable adaptor. Specs 120x120x25 mm, 2000RPM,29.28db(A), 12V 74.48 CFM I use at around 1700 rpms and I can't tell if the faint noise I hear is from the stock case fan or this. Very quite as I can hear my Full size freezer at the back...
Cons: Big con, no arrows on side to show airflow, only arrow on front to show clockwise/counterclockwise direction. Took about 20 minutes of internet research to verify that air flows towards the mount arm bracket with the wiring for the motor behind it. Power up verifies that the air flows towards the...