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The fan silencer is the future of quiet computing. One of the more prominent causes of noise from a computer are the fans vibrating alongside the case and the fan mounting. With the innovative silencer sandwiched between the case and the fan, the silencer will then cut down significantly on the noise produced by such fans and without inhibiting airflow one bit.
Total Reviews: 5 Average Rating:
Best $3 I ever spent01-12-2014
Reviewer: DaveN (1)
These completely eliminated a most annoying noise as the fans vibrated against the case. I wish I''d bought them long ago.
Good, but not perfect.04-26-2012
Reviewer: The Goofball (1)
For a single fan, this is probably very close to perfect. If you need to install more than one fan side-by-side, however, you may have some additional work to do. I had to install three fans in a line for a 360 radiator. If you lay three of these fan silencers side-by-side, they will misalign with the screw holes somewhere, because they are a little too big. Three fans fit snugly together, but with the silencers, you''d need about an extra 32nd between the fans. Anyway, not that big a deal, and not THAT hard to correct for.
Reviewer: siramic (4)
I wasn''t sure what to expect, but it is very "rubbery" and limp. I first put it against my case and then put the screws through it, then screwed the fan to it. It did tend to want to move a little with the screws, but was manageable. I feel good about this gasket, and would order another one again.
Does reduce vibration11-14-2008
Reviewer: SquatcHman (3)
These will do exactly what it looks like they do. Provide a buffer between a metal chassis and a high RPM fan. It''s about 5 mm thick too so it will move your fan away from the grill it''s probably blowing against, reducing noise further. That said, if they were thicker and softer then they would perform much better.
Could be Gooier05-19-2008
Reviewer: MINDSCI (15)
These are not as soft as I had expected for silicon, but they seem to work.