Man I got excited about this deal until I saw they only moved 44 CFM...too slow for my needs. The only slow-spinning 120mm fan I have in my machine is the one at the top that exhausts hot air from inside the case, and that fan doesn't need to spin that fast. As it stands right now, I need three 120mm fans for this computer...two high CFM 120mm fans (don't care how loud they are...the louder the better), and a low profile 120mm fan (20mm or less wide) to fit in the top of my Thermaltake V3 case.
The layout of this Thermaltake case is piss-poor to say the least, since most motherboards have RAM clips that block the 120mm fan mount on the top of the case. I'm probably going to end up getting whichever two fans I can find that are the cheapest and move more than 100 CFM to install on my Corsair H50 (push/pull configuration - currently using two Masscool fans that only move about 60 CFM) and a low-profile Yate Loon brand fan to mount near the top of my case.
Corsair Carbide 300R \ Corsair TX750 v2
Intel Core i5 4670k @ 4.7ghz \ Zalman CNPS10X Optima 2x Fans
Gigabyte Z87-D3HP \ 16GB G.Skill DDR3-1866
64GB Samsung 830 SSD \ Crucial m4 64GB SSD
AMD Radeon R7 240 2GB \ 24x Lite-On DVD Burner
SB X-Fi Xtreme Gamer \ SiliconDust Prime CableCard Tuners x2
Acer H233H 24" LCD \ HP S2031 20" LCD
Windows 8.1 Pro with WMC \ Microsoft Wireless Mouse and KB
Klipsch ProMedia THX 2.1\ 2TB, 4TB, 500GB, 1.5TB HDs