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Pros: This fan oozes with quality. From the black wire coverings to the sturdy blades, everything seems meticulously crafted. I had always wondered why these were so expensive over other fans. As soon as I took it out the box, I knew why.
Cons: The specs say 64.37 CFM but the airflow feels almost identical to the Apevia fans I was using.
Other Thoughts: Much quieter than other fans I've used.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: APEVIA CF12SL-UBL 120mm Blue LED Cooling Fan
Pros: Good airflow, very minimal noise. Can't beat the airflow/db ratio.
Cons: Flimsy construction. One of the wires pulled loose from the molex connector with very little force. Had to fix it with electrical tape. -1 egg.
Other Thoughts: I like these fans but wish the quality was a little better for the price. Will probably go with a different brand next time.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake AF0032 120mm Blue LED Case cooler
Pros: Quality construction. Excellent cooling. Case temps dropped by 4-5 degrees over the Apevia fans I was using. These things move a LOT of air.
Cons: Way too loud. Not just loud, though. I can take loud fans. These have an odd high-pitched hum that I took for 3 days before I removed them and put the old fans back in.
Other Thoughts: Don't get me wrong, they're good fans. I just couldn't take the high-pitched hum as others have mentioned. I couldn't get used to it. The Apevia's move much less air, but as the temps outside get cooler and the AC isn't on to kill the sound, I can't take the noise they make in a quiet room.READ FULL REVIEW