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Pros: Lot of cfm
Ill never buy a fan without PWM
I bought 2 of these for my newly built computer, one to replace my hyper 212 evo fan (defunct) and another for a side fan ( i hate side fans but results are nice.)
The one on my hyper, dropped my cpu temp at full load 15F (was pretty cool running anyways 105F)
The one on the side was to help cool my video card (EVGA 550Ti) which i will be doing SLI in the future and with the case im using is incredibly useful to have a good side intake.
Cons: None yet.
One makes a little more noise, but i believe its the side fan which i have set running a bit higher than the others
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan
Pros: Heatsink is large
Fan is easy to pop on and off, no screws
Keeps my cpu very cool
Cons: Now initially i was having issues with my purchased boards so i couldn't really tell much with it, but now that everything is hooked up and been running a while the fan does not seem to be the advertised CFM. It looked like it wobbled a bit so i imagine i just have a defunct one (it happens). Replaced with (supposedly identical, look the same but different material + it works)COOLER MASTER R4-BMBS-20PK-R0 Blade Master 120mm Case Fan, which dropped my CPU temp but 15 F. Was running very cool under full load (105F) anyways.
Other Thoughts: Comes with an extra bracket and hardware for those who want a push-pull setup.
Little rubber feet to keep vibrations on the heatsink a minimum.
This review is from: ASUS P8Z77-V LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
UEFI BIOS is pretty awsome
Cons: None that i know of at this timeREAD FULL REVIEW