Pros: Fan's feel solid, pump a good amount of air.
Great price considering that Corsair's is 100+ for 3 DRGB Fans
Cons: Plugged the D-RGB into my board, verified it was the 5V header, turned on the computer, and the fans lit up and there was smoke. Turned it off and found that the Ground wire on the D-RGB harness was completely melted. Fan's still work, just no lights. Currently in the process of RMAing the fans for a replacement.
Overall Review: Will update the review after I receive my new fans.
Pros: Cheaper than the newer daisy chained model. Look great and have deceint flow/dollar value.
Cons: Cables, cables, cables. When you are trying to manage multipule sets of these (2 cords/fan) like I did, your cable management will be sorely tested.
Overall Review: I am guessing peeps plugged either the 3 pronged pwm cord into a 4 pronged MB slot or similar issue with fan control cable and that is why they fried their fans. Hooked up properly, these function as expected.
Pros: - RGB's looked great overall
- ALMOST as quiet as my noctua p12 1700 redux's
- cables are argb led strip friendly too! so that's a big plus
Cons: - Manual imo isn't as forgiving for newbies like me getting into budget argb case fans
- the fear of previous reviews on this fan as sparking on boot (didn't occur for me but js)
Overall Review: - Overall good for the first day of setting it up
- will update in the future
- Very nice for a budget case fan, just remember that it is NOT like the UNI's in that they are daisy chained because they are not
- RGB's are beautiful and bright if they worked for you
- For newbies who don't understand the manual:
1) if you are using the pwm hub which isn't something i prefer cuz its kind of exposed, check the bottom of the board in case of bad soldering
2) after installation make sure each fan has its pwm port plugged in to either the pwm hub given to you OR you can buy a pwm 3 way splitter and use that instead
3) the argb female cable is a little funky looking and has grooves so you might accidentally not plug it in correctly so pay attention to if it is really in.
Pros: 3 pack Lian Li RGB fans at nearly 50% less than the black.
Cons: Their white. Won't work in every situation, but they worked for me.
Overall Review: I bought these because they were seriously on sale for a great price. I wasn't sure about them being white, but at about half the price of the black, I know I'd find a use for them. About 3 days after I it the purchase button, my wife told me she wants a new computer case. BINGO! We looked at some cases, and the one in the picture was the right price. When it came in, I saw the inside was black. I thought to myself, heck with it, I'll give it a shot. I replaced the standard, no option LED fans that came in the case with the Lian Li RGB fans. Everything fit perfectly, and I'm very happy with the end result.
Pros: 3 fans for 40$, comes with the rgb controller and fan hub
Cons: With a case with lots of fans means lots of wiring mess to cable manage
Overall Review: Overall these are great fans, good static pressure for my cpu aio and my gpu aio, keeps them nice and cool. As air flow fans the do the job(most modern fans these days move air just fine) and are decently quite, and I would recommend but if I ever do it again I will get the uni fans just for ease of cable management.
Pros: Easy to use, good lengths of wires and love the simple fan hub
Cons: None IMO
Overall Review: Great price, nice fans
Pros: Pushes a lot of air quickly
Smooth color transitions
Cons: Don't last long
Overall Review: I got these brand new four months ago and already three of the six have already stopped working. I can't afford to keep replacing fans this often.
Pros: Decent fans on the affordable side
Cons: Quite a pain to cable manage. Loud on full speed.
Overall Review: These are great sets of fans. Just difficult to cable manage.