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Pros: Couldn't tell you. It looks nice, but so far, that is all this board has going for it.
Cons: Board would not post, or do anything other that sit and spin, displaying only the 00 code.
Other Thoughts: Will RMA and try again. Should it fail a second time, I'll go elsewhere instead of ASUS.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ENERMAX T.B.VEGAS QUAD UCTVQ12P 120mm Blue/Red/Green/White LED Case Fan
Pros: For starters, this fan is great for what fans do, move air! The noise to air movement ratio is decent enough for any type of build, not to mention you can toggle what speed you are looking for. I have four of these in the front of my TH-10 Caselabs case and I couldn't be happier with the performance. The color LEDs are amazing! While not exactly what I was looking for, I took a little time to make some changes to the fan LEDs to meet what I was wanting. (Look in Other Thoughts.)
Cons: Some areas are pretty flimsy. The outer ring where the cutout Enermax is broke in many tiny little pieces. (Granted, I had taken the fan apart just to tinker, but it was extremely brittle.) I will not take an egg off for this since curiosity got the better of me.
Other Thoughts: I had hoped that with the TB Vegas, you could select which colors were on at any given time. This was not the case, but I wasn't to be discouraged! I only wanted the Red and White LEDs to be on, so I took electrical tape and covered the Blue and Green LEDs. Looks perfect now. :3READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I own 10 of these fans in my case. 4 for the front intake, 4 for the bottom intake, 1 for the exhaust fan, and 1 for the HDD bay. Not to mention 8 SP120 fans for the radiator.
Anyways, even with all these fans powered on 100%, you won't hear much from them in a decently enclosed case. For the air they push, the sound is very reasonable.
The colored rings that are included are a very nice touch. Even if the color you want isn't among them, it is easy to paint over the rings to create whatever color scheme you would like.
These fans are even better when paired with the Nexus Beamair fan focus-er!
Cons: Out of the 10 AF120-PE fans I own, I had one that came with a bent fan blade. When plugged in and given power, and caught the outside casing and snapped off. While obviously a quality control issue, I am not deducting an egg, since it was easily fixed with super glue. *nods*
Also some minor air/pressure loss from the side of the fans, but this is also something that can be fixed with a little creativity.
Other Thoughts: Perfect fit and aesthetics for the CASELABS Magnum TH10 case.READ FULL REVIEW