Thanks for that Tom now i know where to get some fans for my H100 that wont look stupidly out of place
Nice one Tom, great review. It's actually refreshing to hear something is quieter than the old Noctua's. Maybe these will somehow find their way into my build and I'll see what all the fuss is about first hand.
Finally some great performing fans with a pleasant colour scheme!
Playing catch up with some of your videos Tom, thanks for this review, properly convinced me to pick up a couple of SP120s! Out of interest, would you suggest getting the performance editions and turning them down (or attaching them to my 600T's fan controller), or just getting the quiet edition. Will be on a H50/2500K
P.S. Will you ever manage to end a video right?
Im a quiet freak though matey, if anything Id get the QE's and change out your ageing H50 that wasnt great when it was released tbh
Just picked up a H100 to replace it, I don't mind the noise so much, but I share you love of white hardware! Will get the QEs then - I assume you can't do push-pull with a H100 in the 600T, the fans are too thick if I remember rightly?
very good looking and nice performance fans. Price is much better than F12.
p.s. probably better to amend the price on first page to £18.49 a pair, I thought it was price for each.
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Will give this a read later as I'm interested in getting a few of these but not sure on which to select as yet!
At around £10 these fans are pretty decent but you can pick up better for a few quid more like those new Be Quiet! fans or the Scythe GTs.
Running the 1650rpm 120mm as exhaust at the moment, it's pretty annoying on max speed but fairly quiet on 7 volts.