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APEVIA (ASPIRE) CF12S-UBL Blue Case Fan

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APEVIA (ASPIRE) CF12S-UBL Blue Case Fan
55%
Excellent
21%
Very Good
10%
Average
10%
Below Average
4%
Poor
Rating: 8.26/10
Wolfe
Rating:

Review Date: 09/17/13
Comment:
Does its job. Not extremly noisy but definitly louder that the 120mm cooler master fan that came in the back of my case. decent acquire.
Jolanta
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Review Date: 09/16/13
Comment:
It spins quietly and blows air in or out, whichever you're utilizing it for. Sure it may not be fancy but its a quality product and performs fantastic if you don't want any high velocity loud fans. none. it functions as it must
Petra
Rating:

Review Date: 09/05/13
Comment:
Comments: This fan is a bit loud. Fantastic acquire although...Moves air just fine for me. I didn't have difficulties with the screws that came with it...
Vilhelm
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Review Date: 09/02/13
Comment:
Blows alot of air. I also thought it was Blue LED since I didn't study into it too a lot. It is UV reactive, fascinating, every thing is glowing blue in my computer other than this, but it nonetheless seems like it is glowing blue anyway. Nothing at all. Good for the price!
Dario
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Review Date: 08/10/13
Comment:
moves a lot of air, is affordable quiet at 7-ten V, and is truly loud at 12V. four fans in case at low speed hold every little thing really cool. UV lights them up genuinely excellent. Yeah, dumb me didn't study any reviews and so I didn't get LED fan like it believed I would. Ordered new ones with LEDs. UV + LED appears very best.
Wafa
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Review Date: 08/01/13
Comment:
Has very good airflow, keeps my case cool.had for five months, no challenges none so far not LED fan, they have another 1 that is but this one isnt.
Adam
Rating:

Review Date: 07/28/13
Comment:
The fan has been working for far more than a year with no breaking or producing any noticeable noise. I've observed numerous fans get noisy over time, but this tiny blue wonder is carrying out its job completely. None!
Michi
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Review Date: 07/18/13
Comment:
These are quiet for the amount of air they move. I didn't comprehend that these have been 4pin molex, because most fans come 3pin with an adapter. I purchased a fan controller, but it only performs with 3pin fans. I'm going to see if I can reduce it, and repair it up so it works. Make confident if you are utilizing these with a fan controller, that the fan controller functions for 4pin molex fans. Intel Pentium four 3.0ghz w/HT, Antec Nine Hundred Case, 2GB DDR2 800mhz, GeForce 8800GT 512mb 256-bit, 200GB Barracuda. 6 Case fans ƕx120mm, 1x200mm) Tri-Cool for Proc 鲸mm)
Brady
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Review Date: 07/14/13
Comment:
good fan that is nice and fairly and does a superb job of cooling.Like the U.V as well.works wonderful with Raidmax powersupply picks up the light from it none other than the energy cable is akward.has a quick molex cable
Bedros
Rating:

Review Date: 07/08/13
Comment:
These are fantastic fans and provide decent airflow. None. LEDs are adequate.
Cosette
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Review Date: 07/07/13
Comment:
affordable, no annoying LED's, pretty quiet screw holes not pre-threaded, integrated screws are inexpensive Neither of the two cons i pointed out, by themselves, are specifically terrible, but in conjunction, they can make factors rather difficult. As the holes are not pre-threaded, you have to put a fantastic bit of strength into driving screws in to secure the fan. On one particular hand, this provides you a nice snug fit. On the other, as cheap as the screws are, you'll be lucky to get them in before stripping the screws. Hope you get it proper the 1st time, due to the fact if you need to switch a fan from exhaust to intake or vice versa, you may well finish up with then fan stuck, unable to eliminate the screw
Larue
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Review Date: 06/22/13
Comment:
Moves lots of air, keeps the noise on the down-low. Inexpensive, sturdy, has an adapter with each male and female connectors. Can't be beat for the value. Get a blacklight :) Clearly says it does not come with LEDs. Don't buy if you want them.
Tamanna
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Review Date: 05/17/13
Comment:
Quite strong UV-reactive glow, appears to move a fairly substantial amount of air (though my opinion is far from professional on this matter), and isn't as well loud in my environment. It's possibly nonetheless a little noisy for men and women who are obsessed with silence... On the other hand, if you're operating in an environment with a substantial source of ambient sound (some A/C installations can get noisy... An office in general would also fit the bill), you possibly aren't going to notice it. I'm a tiny sad that this didn't come with the 3-pin adapter to run this to your motherboard for potential computer software-primarily based controlling. For many, 120mm is going to be your most significant fan, and consequently is likely to be the the fan that you most want to adjust the speed on. Oh properly, I just stole one of the adapters from a different fan, not that huge a deal. Nonetheless would've rather paid an additional buck or two to have it included with this, though. UV-reactive is *not* equal to LED... In order for this item to be worth your even though, you need to program on also obtaining a source of UV light (generally cathode tubes). It's almost certainly not that a terrible a deal even if you never ever utilize this function, but the UV-reactivity is what tends to make this a good solution for the value variety Newegg is selling it for.
Amber
Rating:

Review Date: 04/30/13
Comment:
Appears fantastic, specifically beneath uv lighting. Wonderful price tag with shipping. None, does what intended. Used a single of these as a 3rd fan in a spending budget gaming rig I built for an individual, appears good and does the job.
Garland
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Review Date: 04/19/13
Comment:
Cools my case considerably! big, quiet, and moves a lot of air with tiny energy! None Simple to install for those less tech savvy persons out there.
Zachary
Rating:

Review Date: 04/08/13
Comment:
well what a lot more can u ask for its a fan that moves alot of air, good and bright. dont make intel cpu's any more rapidly... but it on a XCLIO A308 Twin Engine Complements the case nicely
Iolana
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Review Date: 04/06/13
Comment:
I place it on the back blowing in, but I could modify it about and see if temps are better that way, led's match teh colour scheme of an aspire x-gear case, it was inexpensive, well worth it, huge, and it's not as loud as my cpu fan so I can't hear it. Well, I opened this infant up (it came in bubble wrap, not a box) and I couldn't uncover any screws. I looked through the box and all that and was considering they jipped me, but then, there comes my 5 year old nephew with a tiny baggy and I ask him exactly where he got them and he stated "I took them from the box" ..... So, umm yeah, no cons spend a petty 5 dollars and maintain your program cool baby!
Lina
Rating:

Review Date: 03/29/13
Comment:
it functions, i mean its spinning consistently and its silent... so far, my case temp appears to be low(mid 30 C), so i'm delighted. none i'm not positive if this is superior than stock??
Cheng
Rating:

Review Date: 03/26/13
Comment:
Not actually certain.. Does move some air. Fan does not move a lot air at all. It does perform, just not very powerful for this size. No way to spin up the fan. Operating speed fan it spins around 1250rpms. @ one hundred%. Not confident how some individuals got theirs up to the advertised loud but effective 1700.
Ros
Rating:

Review Date: 03/25/13
Comment:
Comments: I had a small trouble holding the fan and putting the screws in, but no stripping challenges. Guess the other guys just have major muscle tissues, or don't know how to operate a screw driver..
Oceana
Rating:

Review Date: 03/20/13
Comment:
Moves a lot of air, wonderful color if UV reaches it. Certainly not bright. The Green version is significantly significantly brighter, but is additional money. If you get this and want a nice look, make sure you have a UV above and under it within an inch from best/bottom.
Channary
Rating:

Review Date: 03/09/13
Comment:
Surprisingly quiet for a low cost fan. none that I can see
Marilu
Rating:

Review Date: 03/03/13
Comment:
Low-cost. Didn't last me a year. It began to slow down and make a grinding noise spinning at like 50 RPM unless I hit it or press the middle of it. You get what you pay for. It's rapidly, but they don't final very long.
Sharla
Rating:

Review Date: 02/27/13
Comment:
Quiet and UV reactive if you have any cathode lighting. Weak. Airflow is barely noticable, but thats just me. You get what you spend for. Newegg rocks.
Gent
Rating:

Review Date: 02/27/13
Comment:
It's quiet and blows properly. Good led lights! none If you're pleased and you know it, clap your hands. I have no difficulties with this fan.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand APEVIA
Model CF12S-UBL
Spec
Type Case Fan
Compatibility Case
Fan Size 120mm
RPM 1700 10% RPM
Air Flow 63.85 CFM
Noise Level 29.67 dBA
Power Connector 4 Pin
Color Blue
Physical Spec
Dimensions 120 x 120 x 25mm
Features
Features UV blue reactive material
Ultra quiet and powerful
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
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