Reviewed by Cam B. Viray-Jr from Del Rey Oaks, CA on 04/16/10
As if you couldn't tell
Don't give me an opportunity to say something.
Reviewed by Thomas D McNeely from Gages Lake, IL on 12/24/09
Excellent pproduct runs very cool and quiet. Fantastic comunication and shipping was ultra fast.
I recommend two of these in every computer I build
great cheap fan Reviewed by John Lory from little rock, AR on 10/08/07
awesome awesome fan for the price. it almost is free, and it gets the job done. i highly recommend this fan.
You can afford this fan Reviewed by Anonymous from St. Louis, MO on 11/24/06
Check out the fans in your case. If they are getting old, you don't want to run your system with out plenty of ventillation. This is a great fan. Masscool has been around and is well known. Installation can be done by anyone. Usually 4 screws. Doesn't take a techy to do it. plugs into the motherboard or into a 4 pin connector. Nice and quiet. The 80mm fan is very common on the older cases.
Great fan Reviewed by Anonymous from Denver, PA on 11/16/06
Moves the air and gets the job done its supposed to.
If you get two of these and set them up the right way you can cool down your computer by 5-10º cooler.
Low cost and it moves the air Reviewed by Mo from Billings, MT on 11/12/06
The Masscool fan is nice and quiet and a stock size. 80mm is very common on most systems. Performance is great with a nice and quiet sub 30dba noise level. Airflow is perfect for a hot case.
Cheap 80mm Fan Reviewed by Anonymous from Cincinnati, OH on 08/25/06
This is a good fan that provides decent air flow and is relatively quiet. Sleeve bearing fans are generally quieter than ball bearing, but have a shorter life.
Quality Fan Reviewed by Blondie from Tulsa, OK on 07/25/06
I have used a ton of case fans over the years. This one looks like all the rest. Some are loud, some are quiet. THis one is decently quiet. Air flow is nice, basically what you want in a case fan. Good price!
Basic Quality Fan Reviewed by Tootall from Hot Springs, NM on 07/24/06
This is another basic fan, Great for cases, helps keep internal temps to a minimum. An absolute must for most computer users and overclockers. no fancy lights, just a fan. Has a bit of a hum, but not bad.
Ideal size - 80mm Reviewed by Spot from T or C, NM on 07/05/06
The 80mm is the most common fan. The newer cases have 120mm but often feature 80mm for drive cooling or other accessory cooling. For the price, you cannot go wrong here. Noise levels are pretty low too.
Not a bad option for a budget fan