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Newegg has 4-Pack Cooler Master 120mm CPU Case Fan (R4-S2S-124K-GP) on sale for $12.77 - $5 Rebate = $7.77. Shipping is free. Thanks mouthforwar
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Newegg has the value 4-pack of Cooler Master 120mm case fans for $7.77 after $5 mail-in rebate. Already a deal for only $12.77 regularly made even better with the $5 MIR. For anyone doing a PC build that doesn't care about having LED illuminated fans, this is a great deal; 5-star (or egg) rating with over 1,000 reviews. Free shipping is also available for this item at time of posting.

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MIR: https://images10.newegg.com/uploa...cd12us.pdf
  • Higher air flow to enhance cooling performance
  • Ultra silent operation at 19 dBA
  • Economic solution for perfect performance
  • RoHS compliance for protecting the environment
  • 4 IN 1 Value Pack
  • Higher air flow to enhance cooling performance
  • Ultra silent operation at 19 dBA
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No LED. How am I supposed to let people know I am a serious gamer without them.
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Under 45 cfm, good price but kind of on the low side. Also 3 pin. Don't know why people don't post specs anymore, the ones that matter.
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Great deal, as a system builder for my family, you can never have enough fans.
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Great deal, as a system builder for my family, you can never have enough fans.
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Does anybody use these mounted horizontally? I wanted to pick up a few extra fans for my case but would be putting these on the bottom and top. It looks like these have sleeve bearings which most people seem to say should only be mounted vertically due to extra wear on the bearings when horizontal.
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Under 45 cfm, good price but kind of on the low side. Also 3 pin. Don't know why people don't post specs anymore, the ones that matter.
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I just retired 4 of these after 10 years of use so I can vouch for their durability. While these can be quiet on a fan controller they are not silent and certainly fall behind higher-end brands like Noctua and BeQuiet. Having said that, $7.77 for 4 of these seems like a steal if you just need some good general purpose 120mm fans that will last a long time.
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Does anybody use these mounted horizontally? I wanted to pick up a few extra fans for my case but would be putting these on the bottom and top. It looks like these have sleeve bearings which most people seem to say should only be mounted vertically due to extra wear on the bearings when horizontal.
I've never had sleeve bearing fans mounted horizontally last more than a year or so before they start making serious noise. Don't have experience with these specific fans, but I'd suggest some ball bearing or fluid bearing fans for horizonal mounting.

I've had good luck with Corsair, but they're pricey. IIRC, they have fluid bearings. They have nice rubberized mounting surfaces, too which helps with sounds that might be caused with vibration once the computer is a couple years old. Never yet had a Corsair fan go bad.
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You mean all the specs that can be found by clicking Specs tab on the product page? Wow, I didn't realize people needed to be spoon-fed these days.
Don't bother having a detail area of you can't put in simple details. You want me to thumb up a post when the op can't put in basic info relative to the product?
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Don't bother having a detail area of you can't put in simple details. You want me to thumb up a post when the op can't put in basic info relative to the product?
OP simply copied what was already on NewEgg's page, including the duplicate info:
  • Higher air flow to enhance cooling performance
  • Ultra silent operation at 19 dBA

Personally, I'd just stick with the cheaper non-PWM fans (3 pin) and use a PWM fan controller like the SilverStone PWM fan hub [amazon.com].
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Pfft, idc if you thumb up or not. If 2 clicks is too much work for you, move on. You've put way more effort into complaining than it took for you to find the info you desired.
You drank too much reddit for today, it's time for you to come home
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Noctua or nothin!
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Loud fans. No thank you
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