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Pros: Small. High quality braided cables. I must be lucky because the fan is silent contrary to many reviews. Runs very cool. True SFX form factor not the larger L.
Cons: Can't think of any, it is what it says it is.
Other Thoughts: Powering a GTX 970 and i7 5820k w/Corsair H55 AIO water cooler with no problems.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Phanteks PH-F120MP 120 mm PWM, High Static Pressure Radiator Fan
Pros: Whisper Quiet, Much quieter than Noctua
High Static Pressure with all of the above.
Other Thoughts: Using two in an NCASE M1 v4 ITX with Corsair H55 Quiet edition w/5820k. Silent and cool. Can't imagine a better fan for such tight quarters while demanding performance and silence.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Picked one of these up open box at a local reseller and I couldn't be happier. It's whisper quiet, even under load. Under heaven benchmarks maxes at 70 degrees, very cool. I have tried 3 other brands and had mild coil whine, too big heat pipes for my case and lots of heat. This has no coil whine and is very cool.
Cons: Not a con for me but it's length 12.2" can be a con for many. I think that's why I got an open box. It was actually still in the static back unopened with protecting film in tact. Someone probably didn't check to see how long it was.
Other Thoughts: Excellent metal backplate. LED logo is blue, and controllable with NVIDIA LED Visualizer. I have no coil whine but I game at 60fps (though benchmarks up to 200fps also produced no whine) and I have a 80 Gold Certified 500W power supply in an ITX case. The G1 uses quality sorted GPUs which is also a plus. Sticks closer to the reference output design with 3 Display Port, 1 HDMI, and 2 DVI outputs.READ FULL REVIEW