Summary: Purchased this fan on sale for fairly cheap a little while ago as a new intake fan for my PC, works perfectly albeit a little loud, but I've heard far, far louder fans. Definitely worth the money.
Summary: I use it has a front fan and it is a very quiet fan. Would purchase again even if the silicon connector are annoying to install and look kinda weak. But with this price this fan works perfectly and does the job.
Summary: Great fan for the price considering it comes with grommets and a noiseless connector. The noiseless connector is great if you want to run the fans at a low speed but lack a fan controller to do so.
Pros: Inexpensive for 120mm fan. Comes with grommets and noiseless connector.
Summary: Works great. In a previous review I had written it had trouble in the silent mode, but it was just a bios configuration issue. If you have an Asus board (mine is the P5W DH Deluxe) with Ai Quiet enabled, it seems the voltage is too low on the fan to start it. After I found that, the fan is 100% working, and working really good! Nice airflow, acceptable noise level.
Pros: Good compromise between airfow and noise level. Comes with some accessories, a plus., Blow quite more air than the Antec TriCool (but maybe a bit noisier)
Summary: I purchased this fan as a replacement for the stock fan that comes with the Silverstone TJ-09. I swapped this fan into the center fan area which blows over the video card/PCI slots. It pushes a lot more air than the stock fan which I found quite dinky when it comes to cooling the very hot high end cards of today. The price is very attractive at only $10, and the fact that it goes up to ~1800rpm is a bonus since most fans in this category only go to 1600rpm and below.
Summary: The included pins are not screws, but rather silicon pins. These are somewhat difficult to install on my case. It's a fan, it moves air, and it has an voltage regulator so it can drop the RPMs. A good product (Cheap, too).
Pros: -Effective cooling, -Quiet compared to some solutions