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High performance 14cm fan with S-FLOW blades supplying 30% more airflow than a standard fan at the same speed. The greater performance combined with PWM automatic speed control allows the fan noise to be kept to a minimum.
The Viper fan creates more focused airflow providing blind-spot cooling, which makes it an ideal solution for a case or heatsink fan. HDB (Hydro Dynamic) bearings extend fan life and further enhances noise reduction. Killer Viper yellow color makes this fan distinctive and unique.
Total Reviews: 4 Average Rating:
Solid fans, great performance04-19-2013
Reviewer: Matt (1)
Very well built and sturdy plastic, not flimsy like some. Two of these replaced the stock fans from a Corsair H110 which were rattling at high and low speeds. These vipers are very quiet, no sounds from the motor at all. With higher pressure, these Vipers push more air through the radiator at a lower speed than the stock fans. Great buy overall, I may get a few more to replace my case fans.
Works for me04-18-2013
Reviewer: RickC (2)
Replaced the stock 140''s on my Kraken x60 with these, they''re working great. The stock fans had max RPM of 1750 but had intolerable rattle above 1500 which made them unusable. These have max RPM of 1550 so don''t cool quite as well as the stock fans, but with max CPU temp of 61C after 30 min of Prime 95, I''m happy. My rig: I7 2600k overclocked to 4.7 ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z/gen3 G.Skill Sniper 8 GB @ 1866
Best air flow / noise11-26-2012
Reviewer: 2dogs (9)
I have a box full of expensive fans, only have Vipers in my case. Look good without added heat of LEDs. Best pressure/air flow at low speeds -- dead quiet. Best fan on rads.
Worth every penny03-09-2012
Reviewer: thatferrariguy (5)
Have 4 of the 120mm in my case and 1 on the cooler, and a 140mm on top. With them at low speed they''re very quite and produce a nice breeze and when they''re turned up they definitely move some air, but are pretty noisy.