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With the constant development of hardware getting better and better, the energy consumption of your computer rises because you want to get the full performance. Due to this the heat increases and so the requirements of your fan rise as well. To integrate several fans is not the right solution because your computer will get very, very noisy. Bigger fans are the optimal solution for modern high-tech systems. The MegaFlow fan has a diameter of 200mm and so it has a displacement volume of 184 m3/h - twice the volume of 140mm fans.
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Probably some rich people may even go for this: http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/dcfans/download/pdf/THB/THB200x200x70.pdf One of it is enough to create a tornado in your case, at thunder loud noise. A 20cm fan pushing 110CFM... Most people would rather have a table fan as substitute. The usual 400mm AC fan pushes 2k CFM at lesser price, which cools the whole PC + you. 1 point only for being silent, another for the look, LED, and poor but barely scored a pass for serving its function - considerable airflow at low power consumption. Sleeve bearing at that. Hopefully CM goes on for better quality and higher airflow.
Good quiet fan so far07-24-2011
Reviewer: HalloweenWeed (6)
I chose this fan bc I have HAF 912 and it did not come W/top fan. I also chose the lower RPM ver bc I wanted a quiet computer, and that''s what I got, I am happy W/it. For the first few days it made a tiny ticking/buzzing sound, not audible unless the room is quiet; but it went away recently, may be temperature-dependant IDK. The thing I dinged it for was conventional sleeve-bearings, not long-lasting. Unfortunately, the only other non-sleeve bearing 200mm fan I could find at my regular suppliers had the wrong mounting hole dimensions for my case. So I needed to buy CM to ensure compatibility WO/modding my case. As for the LEDs, I saw a reviewer complaining that they were too bright, I didn''t think so, if that was an issue then why did they buy an LED fan? It is large, if it is all lit up then quite a bit of light will excape. There was another fan out there that only lit four areas instead, but I could not find mounting hole dimensions on them. These mounting holes are on 154mm centers (square pattern) - yes less than the diameter. I could feel plastic being shaved as I installed the screws, so yes, make certain you start the screws straight too.