NZXT Airflow Fans Review

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NZXT Airflow Fans rated 100% KICKASS by 3dGameMan.com

Video Review #1328 Summary

Sponsored by: NZXT
Review category: Cooling
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The NZXT Airflow Fans come with and without LEDs. The LED Airflow Fans are available in blue, green red, orange and white. They also come with 13 blades which push lots of air and are quiet. As well, they come with a long sleeved 3-pin power lead. These fans look great and perform very well.


 

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Anonymous

THIS IS MY MOST PREFERRED CHANNEL BUT I'VE A Q?
HOW CAN I DECIDE IF THE FAN IS INTAKE OR EX-HAIL CAN I JUST FLIP AROUND OR SHOULD I BUY ONE FOR EVERY USE ??

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Thanks a lot for the awesome review, they really look like awesome fans. I will have to keep a look out for them.

For those who want to get good fans but can't get these. I am very happy with the Aerocool Shark Fans with 15 blades which are available online and I recommend them to all of you.

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~Know you can~

Anonymous

if there not out yet, how did you get them?

Anonymous

I can't find this product anywhere, including your ebay website. i really want to add 4 140's white LED just for looks and of course, better push and pull.

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Since they are new, it'll take a while for them to show up at resellers.

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Anonymous

Ah darn. well, keep us posted. so hard in finding white LED fans that runs under 31 dBA. can't want for these babies to come out.

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Good fans, but I will stick with my CM Sickleflow's for the case. They move more air and have lower noise. Still a nice option with the white/black color. The other fans from NZXT are a bit better I think.

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Sleeving the cables like that should become a standard thing imo

Anonymous

59.1 CFM @ 26.8 dBA for a 12 cm fan? 40,000 hrs MTBF?? C'mon, 100% kickass, really?? There are much better 12 cm fans on the market. Although the 14 cm's seem a bit more reasonable in spec. These fans have to be sleeve bearing, henche the low MTBF. Look elsewhere.

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low? if you have your PC on 12 hours a day they wil last over 9 years !

3dGameMan
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And who keeps a computer system let alone fans for that long!

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Hey Rodney, not exactly about this product but which is the current most powerful 120mm fan out there ? i mean CFM power. Thx and keep up the great reviews.

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Check out the Mechatronics 120mm High CFM fan. It's 205 CFM, but super loud at 62dba, much to loud for average consumer use. A fan this loud next to you all the time will drive you nuts.

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I like clean looking fans and nzxt always deliver on the clean part. However this is good video and I'm looking forward to the next review.

Anonymous

what do you actually do with the products you review? have been wondering for some time
and what do you think about case modding?

3dGameMan
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Most products are sold to help cover site related costs and the fact is, I don't have the room to keep em.

Case modding rocks, if you have the know-how and time :)