Summary: If you want a stealth or quiet system use these.
Pros: These are great fans! They are super quiet and you can't even hear them run but they do move a good bit of air and keep my case nice and cool. They were a great price and seem like a quality product. They even came with vibration damping pads Way to go Silverstone and Newegg!
Summary: With other fans I have purchased, you can nearly destroy the fan attempting to get the fan out of the packaging. This one is great though: pops open on one edge and opens like a book - no scissors, no knives, no tearing plastic. Really, its just nice to deal with.
Pros: A good 120mm fan. Black, quiet, 3pin, works well in my case. I am very pleased with the packaging - mainly because it is so easy to open.
Summary: Should have sacrificed a little more noise for a lot more air movement with a different fan.
Pros: These really are very quiet fans.
Cons: I know how their tests are done, but it still just doesn't seem like this fan moves as much air as it's supposed to. I have 5 of these running in my new Zalman GS-1000 and during high-end gaming, I'm still getting pretty high ambient temps.
Summary: Hopefully Newegg understands millimeters, and does not advertise this fan as 120x120x125mm anymore, because that would mean is it even deeper as it is wide (120mm). The correct way to describe such an item is as follows: 120x120x12.5 mm, and in the case of this fan, 120x120x25mm.
Pros: OK, I'm not going to rate this down because I am sure it is an excellent product. But... Newegg has this fan specified as 120x120x12.5mm size, but it is not! It is actually 120x120x25... What this means is that it is not a Low Profile fan that is only 12.5mm deep... it is actually 25mm deep, maki...
Cons: So even tho it is a silent fan, it is NOT a low profile fan. So buyer beware. There is a low profile fan that is 12.5mm deep available at Newegg, but it is not this one, nor is it a Silverstone.