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Pros: Decent Chipset (Atheros AR9271), and it didn't drop connection as much as my other USB WiFi adapter (Realtek RT8188CU), which was driving me insane.
Cons: The gain was about the same as that of my micro-wifi adapter. It also did drop connection one in an 8hr period (and I was in the same room as the AP). I did some tests with my laptop's Intel/Centrino chip.
TL-WN722N - Centrino
47db -- 31db
50db -- 44db
62db -- 59dB
Overall, I'd say it's a pretty Meh adapter, although the chipset is a decent one.
Pros: Moves a massive amount of air vs. my Lian Li stock fan (unlike the 120mm version), and much quieter. Good pressure too.
LED leads are exposed, so really easy to mod into non-glowing fans
A 3-pin fan to Molex adapter is included too.
Other Thoughts: Stay away from the 120mm version of this fan. But this is a great deal for a quiet 140mm fan--almost no motor or buffeting noise.
What's with the weird pricing between different colors?
Pros: Good airflow, good pressure.
Cons: Very loud motor noise, even on low speeds.
My OEM Lian Li fans moved about the same amount of air, with much less noise.
LEDs and leads are sealed into plastic--makes modding into non-glowing fans a bit of a pain
Other Thoughts: Non-threaded fan mounts are always a painREAD FULL REVIEW