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Pros: Makes a nice LED image, with the lights curving inward and all.
It blows decent air.
It's not that loud, the volume is just justified by the power settings of the fan.
Cons: It doesn't glow as much as I expected it too. The light that is curved as shown in the picture is all that there is.
The screws that come with it are also very fragile, especially when the holes are tight, not pre-threaded and forces more power into the screws, making the screw notch erode. I ended up having to buy extra screws cause one of them got too wore down I couldn't twist it.
The nice LED pattern is only shown in the front of the fan, so it's a good intake fan if you want your case to look nice.
Other Thoughts: If you want a better glow of LEDs for your case I'd rather buy Rosewill fans. I have both fans (both red LED) and the volume and airflow of both is relatively similar.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Thin, slick, good looking
Touch controls for power and settings very easy to use
Very vibrant and nice display
Not bad for Dell
Cons: No HDMI, but I honestly don't think it's not something to be upset about
Dust tends to cling onto the border quickly, a quick rub with the side of a finger will clean that up
Other Thoughts: Using this for my very first build and as a first timer this monitor is great.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bright LED, very nice looking.
Sufficient air flow.
Cons: Noticeably loud. At first I thought it was my cpu stock fan, but I took out my fan and the noise level is way lower. I guess it's what the price gives you though.
Other Thoughts: Used this in my very first build. If anyone has recommendations on quieter, affordable case fans it'd be much appreciated!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Andrew P.
Date Joined: 06/22/12
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