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Scythe SY124020L
6.7 out of 10

Scythe SY124020L

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Overall 8
8.0

Not so good for REPRAP Layer Fans

R. Kumar, Amazon
2 June 2015
  • Summary: I had intended to use these as layer fans on my Rostock Max V2, but unfortunately, as other reviewers have pointed out, it simply does not have a lot of pushing power to it. It is, however, dead silent in its running - it might do well as a fan for a RAMBO or RAMPS board, or to cool stepper drivers...
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Overall 10
10

works for Cisco 2811!

Jamie Richardson, Amazon
28 May 2015
  • Summary: I used these to replace the Cisco 2811's noisy fans in a lab environment. A few things for this application: 1) The 2811 expects 3 pins, so I have to jam this 2 pin molex into the power source 2) Without the third pin, the 2811 complains about low fan RPM (since the 3 pin is open) 3) The fan is...
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Overall 10
10

The Freight Train has left the building!

The Real McCoy, Amazon
31 March 2015
  • Summary: Very pleased with the reduction in noise these have over the original factory installed ones. They were recommended by a coworker and I had my doubts, but WOW! surpassed any expectations I could have imagined! Whisper sound from freight train!
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Overall 8
8.0

good enough fan

Matt "M.A.R.", Amazon
21 March 2015
  • Summary: works as expected using it on a TAZ4 3D printer, my old fan burnt out... i cant even hear the fan going over the nuise of the printer. doesnt mean the fan is quiet, just quieter than the printer. anyways so far so good.
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Overall 4
4.0

Does what it says on the tin, not strong enough for servers.

Danimalx23, Amazon
2 February 2015
  • Summary: Purchased 4 of these to replace the noisy fans that came in my Nortel Baystack 5510 48 Port switch. The stock fans pushed 10.1CFM at 32.5dB, where these fans push 4.86 CFM at 19.56 dB. So yes, they make less noise, but sacrifice too much pushing power.
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Overall 6
6.0

Vibrates more than it should

Ralph H. Cross IV, Amazon
29 November 2014
  • Summary: I'm probably an outlier, but mine vibrates a lot more that it should. I had to cut a piece of anti-vibration mat and mount it with that in between the can and the panel. I'd return it for a new one, but at $5 or so, is it really worth it?
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Overall 2
2.0

One Star

ron akre, Amazon
11 October 2014
Overall 8
8.0

Quiet but not silent, short cord

Calif Guy, Amazon
23 September 2014
  • Summary: Usage ===== This is 40mm x 20mm fan. I bought it to replace a loud fan in the Mini-ITX power supply in my home server. This is the common size fan for a Mini-ITX PSU. Noise ===== The fan is fairly quiet, but certainly not silent, I have built several very quiet home theater PCs and have experience...
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Overall 8
8.0

A Silent Fan That Needs Higher CFM!

Damon, Amazon
7 September 2014
  • Summary: This is a great fan! It worked just fine out of the box and is very quiet. This fan would be good for a lot of purposes, one of which being a small case-mounted cooling fan for a Raspberry Pi. So why did I give it 4 stars? I purchased two of these fans for my 3D printer.
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Overall 10
10

Extremely quiet! But will it remain quiet for all 30000 hours?

J. Dlouhy, Amazon
6 August 2014
  • Summary: Ordered two of these for an older Mini ITX - Atom 330 based Shuttle machine. The PS is external, the only fan in the case (a 40x40x10 attached to the north bridge heat sink) was well past its prime.
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