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Akasa 120/140mm x 25mm VIPER R PWM Fan w/ Hydro Dynamic Bearings (AK-FN073)
Part #: fan-1157
  
Price: $14.99
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Average Rating: Results: 1-3 of 3

Good high flow fan but it is loud!
04-09-2013
Reviewer:Will (2)
Yes this fan does have 100+cfm but the noise level aka db is nowhere near its stated 21db its more like 29-34db. I am using it as a heatsink fan so it might be slightly louder then if you used it as a case fan but still was louder then i expected it to be. If you want a quiet 140mm fan chose the Blue Vortex 140mm its 66cfm at 15-16db.


Took a chance on this fan...
03-21-2013
Reviewer:Josh (3)
I am preparing a move from my current *TERRIBLE* acrylic case into a CaseLabs S3 Mercury, and I am going to air cool the CPU first, but being as the mITX platforms leave baically NO room for high-quality coolers, I had to go with a smaller than desired Zalman for that task. I have other fans for intake purposes, but I wanted something beefy for exhaust... HOLY DANCING MOSES, this thing moves some serious air. I have this on a rear exhaust port, plugged into a PWM header on a splitter, and managed with Speedfan. Excelent folume, and while I usually run with the case wall open in this rig, I will append more data when I have the new setup going, where the case will be closed 24/7. Also of note; the blades are EXTREMELY strong and thick, IMO an excellent selling point. I dislike thin, weak fan blades, and these are not. A++ product!!!


Took a chance on this fan...
03-21-2013
Reviewer:Josh (3)
I am preparing a move from my current *TERRIBLE* acrylic case into a CaseLabs S3 Mercury, and I am going to air cool the CPU first, but being as the mITX platforms leave baically NO room for high-quality coolers, I had to go with a smaller than desired Zalman for that task. I have other fans for intake purposes, but I wanted something beefy for exhaust... HOLY DANCING MOSES, this thing moves some serious air. I have this on a rear exhaust port, plugged into a PWM header on a splitter, and managed with Speedfan. Excelent folume, and while I usually run with the case wall open in this rig, I will append more data when I have the new setup going, where the case will be closed 24/7. Also of note; the blades are EXTREMELY strong and thick, IMO an excellent selling point. I dislike thin, weak fan blades, and these are not. A++ product!!!