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Pros: My CPU fan makes more noise than my case fans, which are more Cougar's. I bought these to remedy that problem.
Fast spin up with very little noise. Moves a LOT of air.
Cons: Do what they say they'll do so no cons.
Other Thoughts: Relatively speaking the cost of these fans versus what they do, you're getting a bargain.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quiet as a church mouse in my Antec P280 case. Moves enough air to keep my gal running nice and cool.
The rubber mounts are a nice touch. No vibration transmitted to the case from the fan.
Others have mentioned odd noises coming from the fan at this and that speed. I can hear dog whistles and haven't heard any odd sounds coming from them.
Cons: Well maybe give a price break for buying more than one at a time. They are a little pricey.
Other Thoughts: If you want a case or CPU fan that moves a lot of air and does it quietly, this fan is for you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec P280 Black Super Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: This atypical Antec.
Having cut my teeth on a P182se I came back to see what else they offer in the Performance line. This is it.
I found this case to be spacious and that's an understatement. Wire management is a breeze with all the holes Antec put in. The large opening behind the mother board make retro fitting a Cooler Master 212 evo cooler simple. I didn't have to remove the MB to install it. Yea!!!
If you want a case that does the job of housing your system and keep it cool this is the one.
Cons: Those 3 speed fans that come with it. They had to go. Replaced with PWM fans driven off the MB.
Other Thoughts: The design of this case shows why Antec is still one of the top dogs in the computer case game. Its simple lines belie what's inside. Lots of room, well laid out.
If the P182se was still available I'd snap another one up in a heartbeat. Hey Antec guys! Ya listening? Bring back the P182se. You have a customer right here that wants one. Please...