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Xigmatek CLF-F1451 Blue Crystal LED Cooling Fan 140X140X25MM

Xigmatek CLF-F1451 Blue Crystal LED Cooling Fan 140X140X25MM (Xigmatek: CLF-F1451)
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Xigmatek CLF-F1451 Blue Crystal LED Cooling Fan 140X140X25MM
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Rating: 9.61/10
Truman
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Review Date: 07/26/13
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Really Quiet, nice LED lighting would be much better with speed control Ɣth wire)
Bain
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Review Date: 05/01/13
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Great fan, I got this and yet another to replace two in my case that stopped operating. With this in there I can really inform the difference in temp. None so far
Octavious
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Review Date: 03/25/13
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Really nice blue color, the fan is fantastic quality and feels strong. Searching at the fans in your case you can't help but feel like you place a excellent fan in. This was the finest fan I could come across spec sensible and 140mm appears huge in a mid size case. Cables are nice and come with suitable adapters. Seems type of loud to me, although this could be mainly because of the actual air hitting the grill or case. I also hooked them up straight to the energy provide so I believe they are operating at one hundred% all the time which may well be why they look to be so loud. Hunting at the fans now they really are a good shade of blue. HAhaha so deep proper?
Marisol
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Review Date: 03/02/13
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Low-cost, quiet, and surprisingly fantastic for a 'small' fan. Blue LEDs are a cool impact but aren't overpoweringly vibrant -- enough to accent your case, rather than make it look like a kid's toy. As is usual with retail-packaged fans, THE SCREW HOLES ARE NOT THREADED! Not worth docking an egg -- this is accomplished intentionally so that you can use screws that came with your case and may well vary silghtly from what came with the fan itself. You WILL need a power drill/screwdriver... I spent about 30 minutes attempting to get a single screw threaded, ended up with a blister on my finger as a reward, and ended up just going to a neighbor's and getting their drill anyway. You don't will need to in fact drill out the holes, but you DO want anything to genuinely get a lot of torque into the screw. Fits perfectly into a Cooler Master HAF 912's side grating. I completely advise you upgrade to a 140mm alternatively of going with the 120mm on that panel -- every small bit counts, and this IS a High AIR FLOW case.If you have a HAF 912 like me, I suggest you set up the 140mm as an exhaust (blowing out) fan, because it will help draw the heated air away from your GPU(s) and out of the case.
Ami
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Review Date: 02/07/13
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This fan is actually quiet, and moves a decent amount of air! I will be acquiring a different of these! The blue LED's look great in my LIAN LI K58 case, puts a good glow on all the hardware! none
Chaz
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Review Date: 01/03/13
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Good fans, keeps my cpu cool Not PWM, but I knew that when I ordered them
Merv
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Review Date: 12/08/12
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Nicely the pros are that its a incredibly quiet fan that does a fair job at moving air. The lights are good and vibrant but not to vibrant The xlf fans push a lot more air than the cfl but make much more noise as nicely. other than that I cant think of any. I will be putting this fan on a side panel along with a various 140mm fan to see witch is superior, then I might get yet another, Like I stated it is quiet And I like that, just wish it pushed a lot more air.
Hidalgo
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Review Date: 12/03/12
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Very good airflow, quiet, 4 vivid blue LED lights as vivid as my Thermaltake 120 mm fan. Low-cost. none I imply it's a fan, not much to get excited about, but you can't go incorrect with this 1. Moves far more CFM of air at similar dB levels as other fans.
Tilly
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Review Date: 12/01/12
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quite, moves good air, quiet, motherboard controls rpms none
Mirari
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Review Date: 11/19/12
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Moves air around.Its mounted on the leading of my case. None. Works very effectively. Silent. I wish my case supported a significant fan on major.I will surely get an additional xigmatek to replace the other fans in my case as nicely.
Li Hua
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Review Date: 11/10/12
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I bought this fan to replace the top rated exhaust case fan that came with my Rosewill Challenger case. The stock case fan was outstanding and silent, but I wanted one thing with a 3-pin connector and blue LED. I have the pc on leading of my desk, so for me it is crucial to have a silent technique.Looks to be of good make high quality.The blue LEDs appear excellent.Very good air flow at complete speed.Has markings for the fan rotation path and the air flow path.The fan cable is wrapped, which is a great cosmetic/cable management touch.Comes with case screws and three-pin to molex adapter. This fan is no exactly where close to as quiet as the specs say it is. I have it connected to my MB's fan header making use of the three-pin connector. At 100% it runs at 1,150 RPM's 鳖 far more than the specs say). At one hundred% it is moderatly loud, which is way above becoming anyplace close to silent. It sounds like a smaller, low pitched blower is in my case. At 80% ꀔ RPM, the rated speed according to the specs) you can certainly hear it. I have to drop it all they way down to 60% 鼤 RPM), which is the lowest my system let's me turn it down, prior to it becomes silent. The air flow is extremely low at that speed although. The Rosewill fan that came integrated with my Rosewill Challenger case was a much better fan. If the stock case fan came with a three-pin connector I by no means would have bothered changing the fan. But I so do hate the limitations of a molex only fan. I actually wanted anything I could monitor and manage from within Windows. Thankfully I bought the fan extremely inexpensive so I'm not overly disapointed.I would like to know exactly where these fan manufacturer's get their specs from. The only case fans I have ever purchased that had been as silent as they were rated to be were just the ones made by Scythe.Process Facts:ASUS Striker II Extreme MB3. GHz Core 2 Duo E8400ASUS Royal Knight CPU coolerArctic Silver fiveEVGA GeForce GTX 550 FPB 1GB4 x 2GB Kingston HyperX Blu RAMThermaltake Black Widow 850W PS2 x WD 500GB RAID drives in mirror2 x Lite-On DVD-RW burners3.5" drive w/ memory card readerRosewill Challenger mid-towerWin 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Gema
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Review Date: 11/01/12
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Fantastic Airflow, Fairly quiet, what more can I say? Not AS quiet as some reviewers would say I have it running at total speed, which is about 1000-1100 rpm. Its quieter than my coolermaster 120mm.
Luther
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Review Date: 10/19/12
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Cost, not to loud but it is the loudest fan in my set up but im also partical liquid. Cant turn the blue LED's off.
Vic
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Review Date: 09/29/12
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Blue LED is quite desirable. Quiet. Price right after rebate much less than 4.00 (assuming rebate shows up). Vibrates. Perhaps I got a poor a single but had to replace it with another cooler master 140 mm fan as it added a vibe to the complete laptop or computer.
Nalani
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Review Date: 08/30/12
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Ssshhhhh!!!............ Can you hear that??? "NO!!" That's funny neither can I, mainly because this fan is just that quiet thats why. I love this factor "silent and lovely," kinda like my girlfriend minus the silent element. When I first plugged it up, it had me like a deer in the headlights for about two minutes. There's just something about 140mm blue fans that turn me into bambi. My girlfriend is not as silent as this fan. Following feeling the output of this aerodynamically shaped bladed fan. I had no question as to no matter if it would hold my large NZXT Phantom supplied with a powerful flow of awesome air.
Havard
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Review Date: 08/27/12
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Awesome cooling, went from 75c at idle to 39c, no far more shut down although gaming due to the fact of processor hitting t.j. max. fan is slow, but all xigmatek fans seem slow, have employed rather a handful of. Excellent fans, and quiet, but slow Q9550ʃ.4ghz, xfx 790i ultra tri-sli mobo, three msi n275gtx's o.c. twin frozrs in TRI-SLI, silverstone st1500 psu, patriot viper ddr-three 7-7-7-20 1t , four wd 500 caviar blacks in raid , thermaltake armor plus case
Cid
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Review Date: 08/23/12
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Fan is quietLED functions as advertised Don't count on your rebate. * Rebate Sent in - and no response / from processor* Rebate Cust Service Number was unresponsive mailbox - no email on Rebate form to contact * I'd obtain another XFX fan - but wouldn't factor rebate into price tag consideration.
Noland
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Review Date: 07/03/12
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Looks excellent, quiet, pushes plenty of air, fantastic price on Newegg. I saw these for twice the value at my local computer parts shop. none
Desdemona
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Review Date: 07/01/12
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Runs quite, pushes air, looks fantastic, what far more can I say? Wish the screws had been black.
Arawn
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Review Date: 06/03/12
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Great excellent, great speed, no noise. I like the wire since it is pre sleeved in black. None.
Hisa
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Review Date: 05/13/12
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Very, quite quiet. Rifle bearings with brushless motor...you merely can not go incorrect with these fans.I bought two and every cost only Ū.99 right after rebate. What additional can I say except Xigmatek and New Egg completely rock baby! Certainly Nada! Stop procrastinating and just purchase it!
Emanuel
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Review Date: 04/28/12
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Quiet and is excellent color of blue none came with pointless screws
Bly
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Review Date: 04/14/12
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Does what it's suppose to, keeps points cool. Nice and bright(not too bright). Moves a decent amount of air and it's pretty quiet. None I have three in total for my Lian-Li Lancool k-58 case. 1 in the front for intake and to mounted up prime for exhaust. The case version I have comes with a window so now anything looks good with the blue leds.
Ilar
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Review Date: 02/02/12
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Top quality fan. three pin with sensor. Virtually Silent. None
Apria
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Review Date: 01/22/12
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moves a great amount of air and the fan leds are a good blue.not that loud at all absolutely nothing
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand XIGMATEK
Series Cooling System Crystal Series
Model CLF-F1451
Spec
Type Case Fan
Compatibility Case
Fan Size 140mm
Bearing Type Long-life bearing
RPM 1000 RPM
Air Flow 60.46 CFM
Noise Level <16 dBA
Power Connector 3 Pin
Color Transparent
LED Blue
Physical Spec
Dimensions 140 x 140 x 25 mm
Features
Features Performing max. Air flow and mini. amount of noise
Less power consumption.
Optimal static pressure and torque.
Reduce noise and power consumption.
Quad LEDs and transparent frame and blades
Reliable and outstanding performance
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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