Summary: Got one of these paired with a i7 920, Cogage TRUE spirit CPU cooler, MX-3 and a HAF 932. This cooler makes the i7 at stock idle at 30c and peak at 49c after 30 min of Prime 95.
It's quite loud at full speed but runs wisper quiet at 1200 rpm. Great static pressure also.
Summary: Ive got 4 of these in my water cooler super midi tower case. 1 Front Inlet, 1 Rear Outlet and 2 on Radiator SidePanel
Not seen machine rise above 35'c running Phenom II 940BE at 3690Mhz Awesome Fans
A Must Buy, Thumbs Up and Big Thank You to OcUk
Summary: These are brilliant value for money. Bought two of these to replace the standard fans on my case and they dropped the temp from 37c to 33c on idle.
Iv got a AMD B55 X4 3.2 oc'd to 3.8 and on Prime95 i never see over 50c.
Summary: I have 3 of these on a 360 rad cooling my cpu nb and sb i7 2.6@ 4.2 highest temp so far has been 53 on full load. they're great 2.5 years none stop use on 100% speed and 1 of them has just given up. pretty amazing really. ill be getting the same again to replace!
Summary: Well, they certainly push the air well don't they? According to the motherboard's RPM readout, these are actually more in the region of 2100rpm. Excellent radiator fans.
They are intolerably loud if you are just web browsing or whatever, though when gaming are great (I wear headphones, thankfully).
Summary: £7 = 110 CFM.
What more need I say, 110 CFM from a 25mm fan is absolute quality, a quick cable tidy and fitting one of these badboys as an intake has completely destroyed my temperature problems.
Summary: If you want fast, high airflow fans then look no further. These babies pump out a whooping 110.31CFM and they only spin at 1900rpm. The Sycthe Ultra Kaze which spins at 2000rpm and is thicker than these fans only pushes out 87CFM!
Summary: I replaced the Rear fan in my antec 300 case with one of these, and added on to the side vent in the case to cool down the GPU's. i am controling them with a Kaze Master fan controler, so when i do not need a tornado in my system, i turn them down, and the they run silent up around 1300 RPM.