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Newegg has 4-Pack Cooler Master 120mm CPU Case Fan (R4-S2S-124K-GP) on sale for $12.99 - $5 Rebate = $7.99. Shipping is free. Thanks andrewpeterlim
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COOLER MASTER R4-S2S-124K-GP Silent Case Fan (4-Pack)

Price: $7.99 After $5 Rebate

Purchase between 12/19/2017 and 12/25/2017
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01/24/2018

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Fantastic fans. If you need no frills cooling and don't want to RGB all the things, these are an excellent set of fans. I use these in all my builds and gladly pay the full price.

Specs:

1200 RPM +/- 10%
44.73 CFM
19.1 dBA
Air pressure: 1.65 mmH2O


Quiet, good CFM, and decent air pressure. For comparison, these fans make less noise, move more air, and have a higher static air pressure than the Corsair SP120 Quiets [amazon.com]. The only issue some may have is that these fans are 3-pin and not PWM.

Good deal OP. I'd buy a set, but I already have 4 sitting in storage and I hate rebates.
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Fantastic fans. If you need no frills cooling and don't want to RGB all the things, these are an excellent set of fans. I use these in all my builds and gladly pay the full price.

Specs:
  • 1200 RPM +/- 10%
  • 44.73 CFM
  • 19.1 dBA
  • Air pressure: 1.65 mmH2O

Quiet, good CFM, and decent air pressure. For comparison, these fans make less noise, move more air, and have a higher static air pressure than the Corsair SP120 Quiets [amazon.com]. The only issue some may have is that these fans are 3-pin and not PWM.

Good deal OP. I'd buy a set, but I already have 4 sitting in storage and I hate rebates.
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Bought these last time. Really quiet but there's no way they're 44 cfm. I assume all pc fan ratings are fake.
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Just replaced my 120mm cpu fan (which came with Hyper Evo 212) from them. Gave out after 2 years when its rated for 40,000hrs (approx. 4 years if ran 24hrs a day)...and ofcourse warranty is over. Replaced it with a Noctua NF-F12 way better cpu fan w/ a 6 year warranty. Won't use Coolermaster again.
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I've been needing a case fan for a while so this is right up my alley. And the rebate is so minuscule I won't even bother with it.
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Can somebody help? I want to run these on/in my bug out/ zombie apocalypse vehicle where my inverters and deep cycle batteries are (2 blowing in, 2 blowing out, just to circulate hot air out). Are these 12V? Do you recommend anything that might work better for my application. And yes, I'm being serious ( for the most part).
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Good fans and cheap. Quiet. Maybe not the highest airflow but I enjoy silence. I've bought these 4 packs twice now, and when I got a new case the first order of business was to ditch all the fans and install these.

I'm more interested in moving up to 140mm though. My Antec p100 supports 120 or 140, I used 120's since that's what I had.

edit - just looked and ONE 140mm fan is the same price as this 4 pack. BOOO
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I have these. Great fans, decent airflow and definitely quiet.
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I'd rather blow on my computer than deal with this garbage
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Quote from WaltonsMountain
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Just replaced my 120mm cpu fan (which came with Hyper Evo 212) from them. Gave out after 2 years when its rated for 40,000hrs (approx. 4 years if ran 24hrs a day)...and ofcourse warranty is over. Replaced it with a Noctua NF-F12 way better cpu fan w/ a 6 year warranty. Won't use Coolermaster again.
If you want fans that last, buy fans with Ball Bearings or newer technology. Sleeve Bearings are not made to last. This applies to ALL brands.


The Basics of Case Fan Bearings - Which Bearing is Best?
https://www.gamersnexus.net/guide...ifferences
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Can somebody help? I want to run these on/in my bug out/ zombie apocalypse vehicle where my inverters and deep cycle batteries are (2 blowing in, 2 blowing out, just to circulate hot air out). Are these 12V? Do you recommend anything that might work better for my application. And yes, I'm being serious ( for the most part).
Almost all consumer case fans are 12v DC, like these. The voltage can be attenuated, so they run slower and quieter.
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What I like to do is use a pmw hub and use all pwm fans as case fans. That way they run at low speed most of the time but when you really start working you rig they automatically ramp up.
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Thank you worked great for my mining rig
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Gonna replace my led blinky shit fans with these. Desktop computers need a stealth mode so you can sleep.
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