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Vantec TD9238H
5.6 out of 10

Vantec TD9238H

Up to 100% More Air Flow Than Standard Case Fan Double Read more

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Overall 6
6.0

Good quality, too noisy

Anonymous, Newegg
15 January 2016
  • Summary: Before buying, try the following test for a few days: whenever you turn on your computer, also turn on your vacuum cleaner, leaving it on as long as the computer is on. If that noise bothers you, then find a quieter fan.
  • Pros: Good quality, lifetime guarantee, effective. Therefore, it could be a good choice in some situations
  • Cons: Many people won't want to be in the same room with this fan for an extended period, at least not regularly. So not a good choice for many people. The noise is similar to that of my vacuum cleaner, perhaps slightly softer. Also similar to my 20 inch three speed box fan on the highest speed, but hi...
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Overall 10
10

jet engine

Anonymous, Newegg
23 December 2015
  • Summary: Great if you can keep it away from ear level. Not sure how quiet it is at slower speeds, at max it's almost intolerable!
  • Pros: Moves a lot of air! Blew the papers off my desk on startup.
  • Cons: Jet engine! I had to bolt my tower to the desk. Loud at max, unfortunately my mobo won't allow me to adjust the speed. Super cool, extra loud!
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Overall 10
10

SUPERFAN!!!

george m., Newegg
15 September 2015
  • Summary: i am getting a speed controller to turn up or down at my choosing. sometimes they do get on my nerves being noisy.
  • Pros: moves air beyond belief !! my rig stays between 15 to 20 degrees cooler on idle for extended periods of time. i have an older custom system in a HP 6000 case. i use this fan on my stock heatsink with a 125W amd quad core. my case fan is the 92mm one. absolutely no complaints about my cooling. sys...
  • Cons: noisy fans. about half as loud as a vacuum cleaner. and thats because i have 2 of them thats the price you pay for great cooling. its not vantec's fault for the that. sometimes you have to make sacrifices for quality cooling. if you like a quiet computer, this fan is not for you.
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Overall 10
10

LOUD,FAST AND AWESOME

Ramona Z., Newegg
10 February 2015
  • Summary: These fans spin at 4800-5300 RPM's depending on the motherboard they are hooked up to my wife's compaq keeps at 4800 RPM's. However my computer's Motherboard keeps it at 5300 RPM's
  • Pros: Bought 3 of these fans! Yes they are super loud but anyone that thinks that fans that run off 1 amp,pull 15 watts,and push 119 cfm in a 92 mm size and are as loud as 56.4 dBa (decibels) are going to be quiet they are very mistaken!!! -Keeps my old 2005 computer running at 83 on idle and 104 under...
  • Cons: They are listed as running at 4800 RPM's but actually run at 4800-5300 RPMs Depending on the motherboard they are hooked up to my wife's compaq keeps at 4800 RPM's.However my computer keeps it at 5300 RPM's um Had to modify it to fit my cooler master hyper tx3 92 mm cpu cooler but that wasn't the...
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Overall 10
10

Great fan

THOMAS D., Newegg
5 February 2015
  • Summary: Used this to cool my AMD Thunderbird back in 2002 and it served me well.
  • Pros: Moves lots of air.
  • Cons: Loud at full blast but that's a given.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

kathleen m., Newegg
31 January 2015
  • Pros: i bought this fan in 2005, it REFUSES to die while my other fans drop like flies
  • Cons: like everyone else said, its loud
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Overall 10
10

great

Roger T., Newegg
30 January 2015
  • Summary: sure they make noise, but if you live in the deep south and don't have airconditioning you learn to live with noisy computers.
  • Pros: lots of airflow. keeps my a10 6800k frosty even in hot Louisiana summer without A/C.
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10
10

The 80mm fan of 80mm fans

Zach B., Newegg
10 January 2015
  • Summary: When reigned in with a decent fan controller this fan not only runs relatively quiet but still manages to push air better than some of the other fans I've dealt with. I use it to exhaust air out of the top of my case and I can't be happier with the difference this one has over the Rosewill I was...
  • Pros: Pushes some serious air, even when running at lower RPMs.
  • Cons: Sounds like a vacuum cleaner when running at full tilt. Also, it needs a Molex to 3-pin adapter to work with regular fan controllers.
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Overall 10
10

TORNADO WINDS AND VACUUM SOUNDS

RICHARD G., Newegg
17 September 2014
  • Summary: Be careful if you have anything lose, or, that could get loose in your case. I thought I had other case fan cables secure, and this thing blew them loose, just to show you what kind of strength this fan has!!
  • Pros: One of the best 80mm fans I have ever owned, when wanting strong, high pressure cooling for a computer. I say again, not just high speed, but, high blowing pressure, and powerful cooling capability. Pack a case full of these and set some OC records.
  • Cons: NOT really a con, but.... Thicker than normal 80mm case fans. I sadly could not fit in a few places I wanted to use it, due to thickness. If you put in a computer that is located in a quiet room/area, be ready for the vacuum cleaner / jet fighter-like sound it makes. I was aware of the sound up f...
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Overall 10
10

Powerful

Jared Y., Newegg
14 July 2014
  • Summary: I don't have these fans installed in a computer case. I'm using them instead installed in an innovative way that I may attempt to market at some point to keep my entire computer room cool. Yeah, they're that powerful. I also have one installed in my home made kegerator to circulate air.
  • Pros: This is a very powerful little fan. Moves a lot of air.
  • Cons: The noise level is high.
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