Summary: I've had the same four of these chuggin along for 2-3 years now. 2 of them have 2 out of 4 leds burnt out while the other 2 still look new. These are by far the longest lasting 80mm fan I have used.
Pros: CHEAP Reliable Cool looking
Cons: With 4 of them it gets a little loud. I never had an issue till I decided to move the pc on to my desk to help cut down on dust.
Summary: To not have this happen again, I'll secure the wires alot better just before the connection, maybe superglue the main wire right before the connection. Nice lights though. The other ones still doing fine. Thermaltake may want to add a little more solder.
Pros: It lights up great. Nice blue and not too bright.
Cons: The wiring came off. Two of the three wires came off the solder points on the fan. To be honest though, it was my fault as I had the fan on the window cover and it fell off the computer when I opened it. I should have been a little more careful, but now I need to solder them on.
Summary: Frankly, I chose this fan over the above 2 alternatives solely for the blue LED's. The CFM is also true on this fan, unlike others which claim higher CFM (often along with lower dBA) than the fans actually have. A solid buy.
Pros: At 21dBA & 27CFM, performs as well as the more expensive G***D. Excellent LED's. And a unusually long fully sleeved cable along with Molex adapter. So very good value for the money.
Cons: Sleeve bearing. Will probably last a third or less as long as the G***D or the N****a, so factor the TOC into your decision.
Summary: Thermaltake is a great brand, their stuff always works, and they as few other companies these days stand behind their equipment. Cords come encompassed in cloth binding to keep everything neat! Nice touch!
Pros: It works great as an exhaust with a system that has a 120mm intake, a PCI slot exhaust, as well as a a rear 80mm exhaust. Dropped temps another 5 degrees Celsius, and were stellar temps to begin with. Any colder, i'll use it for cool drinks. ;v) I highly suggest purchasing filters with your fans!...
Cons: Wrong color people, i ordered blue, got green, so now my system will be aqua-marine i guess? Won't deduct any eggs, as customer service worked something out with me. CANNOT beat Newegg customer service!
Summary: They come with a 3-4 pin adapter and some NEAT rubber mounts to use in place of screws. They come with LEDs, in three colors (very nice) blue, red and green. Newegg does not have the warranty listed in the specs but it is TWO years, many fans are only one year.
Pros: I bought these 3 weeks ago and I am running them on an ASUS motherboard, that has a heat/fan setup. Specs say 2,000 RPM +or- 10%. If I max mine out the ASUS "AI Suite" utility reports one at about 2400 RPMs and the second one at 2308 RPMs. With this ASUS AI Suite I can adjust the RPM's to change ...
Cons: NONE that I can see so far. FANs? What's the big deal? Two months ago I had one go OUT and FRIED my CPU! LITTLE THINGS can be VERY important!
Summary: Enjoy the Cool Blue Lights. Running as an Intake Fan. Replaced original case fan. Needed more air flow since I overclocked the CPU. Dropped Case temps slightly.
Pros: Cool Blue Lights Moves Sufficent Amount of Air 3-Pin power connector with adapter. Had to use adapter to plug in to main power connector as my mobo only has 1 system fan connector.
Cons: Noise- Slightly noisey. Have it mounted on rubber cushions. Probably caused by my case. I have a Q-Pack case which is small setting on my desk. Not as loud as the CPU running on High. But Noticalble expecially with a 120mm rear exahaust.
Pros: Well the name says alot. This fan replaced another fan on an Asus Triton 77 CPU Cooler that was going bad after a year or so. This fan is silent and looks like glass. I also bought two of the 120MM version of this fan and they work good to. So all in all I am very happy with this fan. Also I love...
Summary: I bought two of these at a local store to increase airflow around my WD black 1TB 7200 RPM HDD. I have 3 different brands of fans in my computer. Thermaltake is my least favorite, aesthetically and functionally. Apevia fans move decent air, are beautiful to look at, and throw off UV light.
Pros: They work and light up blue, an ugly blue though. The cords are neatly wrapped.
Cons: the color blue of the LEDs is ugly. Its a very pale blue, I was expecting a nice bold blue somewhat like my Apevias. I know that no two brands have the same color LEDs. The way they have you mount these is terrible. they give you long bolts with nuts. if you're trying to use them as front intake ...