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Delta AFB1212GHE-CF00 120mm Case cooler

  • 120mm
  • 5200 RPM 240.96 CFM
  • 2 Ball
  • 62 dBA

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  • Donnie T.
  • 1/26/2016 7:54:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsCool

Pros: Keeps my case cooler with lots of airflow.

Cons: LOUD!!!

Other Thoughts: If it is on more than an hour or so it just shuts off?

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  • Matthew A.
  • 11/30/2015 7:11:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNot for a stealthy pc

Pros: This has to be one of the most powerful case fans on the market, definitely the most powerful I have ever encountered. It's very heavy duty, made of very good quality.

Cons: If put at full power it sounds like a jet engine is inside of your computer. Like extremely loud.

Other Thoughts: I definitely recommend this fan for its shear power, but if you do decide to purchase this fan I highly suggest you hook it up to a fan controller so you can keep it from going full blast. I strapped mine to a Hyper 212 Evo heatsink for my cpu and plugged it into an nzxt fan controller. Now my cpu, overclocked by 450mhz, can run just about any program/game and not go over 36 degrees celsius.

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/20/2015 11:48:22 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsstellar

Pros: 4 of these hooked up to my mini atx via fan controller. All I need is a seat and some wings for lift and I'll have my self a flying machine.

Cons: loud?

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  • Anwar H.
  • 9/4/2015 7:35:39 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This is the best fan I've ever seen. Incredible airflow- I'm really impressed; it's awesome. I bought 2 of these for Corsair H50 CPU cooler for the purpose of assembling a push pull airflow and it benchmarks more than 10 degrees Celsius lower than the stock cooler.

Cons: Sounds like a vacuum cleaner is running. This is the loudest fan I've ever heard. This thing is so loud I couldn't do anything else but listen to it run. You would have to sit next to this thing to know how load it is- just buy one for the fun of it so you can listen to this thing whale.

Other Thoughts: It would be alright if the computer was in another room. I gave it a go. I would like the temperature results but without the noise. Maybe I can find something in between- I don't know what I'll ever do with these; it's too much of a hassle to return them. I'm not mad- I'm almost laughing about it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/2/2015 12:32:38 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsim using windows accessibility

Pros: I cant hear the phone ringing with the fake Indian pharmacy scammers calling me anymore

Cons: I have to use Windows accessibility now and captions on YouTube. Delta should get into the hearing protection business. you know govt approach to business, break their legs and give them a pair of crutches

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  • Mark M.
  • 6/27/2015 4:36:42 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWHOOOSH

Pros: Need MASSIVE airflow? This is the beast to do it. For maximum non-water cooling applications, these likely rank near the top.

Cons: No cons, but if I had to nitpick I would point out that they are pretty thick and might not fit in all areas.

Other Thoughts: LOUD, but you get what you pay for in airflow specs. Hooked up to a proper fan controller, they can run at low speeds and still push a ton of air, but have that extra oomph when needed.

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  • Timothy M.
  • 6/11/2015 11:22:55 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent

Pros: Not "jet engine loud". Pushes 240 CFM at a reasonable noise level, wattage. and cost. Actually, I feel like this is pretty cheap. I used to use a GFB, but it finally reached a point where it needed to be retired. It didn't push as much air and it cost like 30% more or something.

Cons: It's not a massive 120x72 dual motor fan and it doesn't push 300CFM. It also doesn't require its own power supply, so that's not a very good con.

Other Thoughts: Let's get serious for a moment. In the all important noise factor, fans like this are making two noises. There's the motor hum and the sound of airflow. Most (~85%) of the sound is just airflow. It's kinda like driving with the windows down. Figure out how you'll handle phone calls and you're fine. It's actually pretty easy to sleep in the same room with a fan like this.

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  • Robert R.
  • 5/14/2015 9:04:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGet A Fan Controler

Pros: This fan pushes a lot of air period. I have it cooling a Corsair H50 water cooler with a FX 6300 under it clocked at 4.3ghz and it does the its job well. I baught a NZXT fan controler with it and I'm glad I did. If you don't have one it will sound like your computer is about to take flight. But you can drop it down with the controller and it's quiet enough when your not gaming or under heavy load . Turn it up and watch the temperature drop it's awesome!

Cons: Very loud without fan controller.
So far none with it's performance

Other Thoughts: To use it on the Corsair radiator I did have to get longer screws to mount it. Just to help out the next guy.

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  • Brian W.
  • 5/5/2015 4:35:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExtremely powerful, but also very noisy—works great at lower voltages

Pros: Exceptionally powerful when run at the full input voltage. 240 CFM of raw airflow on tap makes this beast ideal for systems with very high airflow requirements, such as rackmount servers.

Very efficient at low input voltages. While the specified input voltage range is 6.0–12.8 volts, it'll run, albeit slowly, with voltages as low as 5 V. Below 6 V, the fan moves a good amount of air without being too noisy.

This fan is also designed to be safe and reliable. It uses double ball bearings and has a specified life of 70,000 hours, according to the datasheet. The fan has reverse polarity protection, preventing damage due to reverse connection of the + and - leads, as well as stall protection, which shuts down the fan in the event it stalls.

Cons: Unless operated at low voltages, this fan is very noisy. As specified on the datasheet, the noise output is 62.0 dBA, this value is measured in an anechoic chamber one meter behind the intake side of the fan. Needless to say, you'll want to use a fan controller.

The power consumption is also unusually high, unless you're running it below 6 V. This fan pulls nearly 30 watts at the specified voltage, with a peak draw (e.g. when spinning up or stalled) of about 50 watts. Fan controllers that can power this fan without burning out may be hard to find.

Other Thoughts: Something to keep in mind if you're powering this fan from a 5 V power source such as USB: At low voltages, especially below 6 volts, the fan speed can vary noticeably with small differences in voltage. At 5.25 V, the fan pulls about 0.36 A. At 5.07 V, it pulls about 0.25 A, with a commensurate difference in speed and airflow. Fan speed and power draw ramp up dramatically as you increase voltages from the low end of the operating voltage range, tapering off towards the 12 V nominal voltage.

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  • Sheri B.
  • 4/1/2015 4:43:17 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBig time Fan for a big time computer.

Pros: 120 mm. Does not make in 140mm, 200mm etc. I wish... fantasy of moving thousands of cooling CFM.

Goes onto the back of the case near the top behind the CPU, Memory sticks as a exhaust fan.

Cons: It's hard to find a con with this fan, after some thought I found three.

No grill, usually have them in a side box parts or buy them seperately. I consider these a health safety requirement as this type of fan can cut you to the bone.

They do not make this fan in other sizes such as 140mm, 200 mm etc.

Power. 3 something amps on 12 volts. It's awesome when you consider that it is more than what HO Scale model trains need in a multi diesel unit lash up.

Other Thoughts: I have a Ultra Kaze of similar class and strength working on the front of the case, exhausting forward outwards trying to cool 4 Seagate 2gig hard drives. Two of which are operational.

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