Bunch of corsair pc fans reduced sp120 for 4.98 @ ebuyer
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Bunch of corsair pc fans reduced sp120 for 4.98 @ ebuyer

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Great price for the blue ML140. Very impressed with mine.
shame about the shipping cost
powerbrick8 m ago

shame about the shipping cost


Not that I would ever use eBuyer but you can get free delivery over £50
Heated, those SP fans seem really cheap. Don't imagine they would be bad as normal case fans too.
I got free shipping on a pair of the RGB 120mm fans for £20? Great spot btw :-)

(Edit, looking again I can see it's only on certain models you get free shipping)
Edited by: "Putterill" 2nd Feb
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Wouldn't use ebuyer, but this is hot for those who do. Great fans.
Be careful if buying for a mb header I believe the rgb ones are wired in a way opposite to most mb implementations
mattuk9 m ago

Be careful if buying for a mb header I believe the rgb ones are wired in a …Be careful if buying for a mb header I believe the rgb ones are wired in a way opposite to most mb implementations


I had that issue with some phantex rgb strips on an Asus motherboard, but it's simple to sort out in the aura software.
That's a great price on those Ml fans, heat added OP.
Wish they had em in red though.
Damn, no doubt the SP RGB one's are out of stock...
TY OP, 2 x 140 blues on the way. Heat from me.
just bought a couple of af120's from amazon 16.99 pair, to replace my failing gelid's....these are rubbish, quiet my backside!... and trouble is if you reduce voltage, the leds go dim.... expected more from a decent company!
Only fans I've been happy with personally are the Noctua ones, and when they are below 1,000RPM.. The only silent fans are slow/medium speed ones in my opinion. A bit pricey though. For case fans the NF-S12A ULN 600/800RPM ones are dead silent, only need 2-3 of them in the case.
Ended?

How do these compare to Noctua browns?
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