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    Default B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    in Red, Blue and non LED Black

    http://bgears.com/b-pwm.html

    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    Interesting... Not a huge fan of those clear wires personally, but I bet they are quiet! So. Many. Fan. Blades.

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    Default Re: B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    I prefer fans with only pwm connections, having those Molex plugs adds too much clutter in my eyes

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    Default Re: B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Interesting... Not a huge fan of those clear wires personally, but I bet they are quiet! So. Many. Fan. Blades.
    actually looking at the manufacturer specs, they don't seem so quiet at all, and their operating voltage is kinda high (~10.8V-13.8V)

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    Default Re: B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    Dont like.

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    Default Re: B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    actually looking at the manufacturer specs, they don't seem so quiet at all, and their operating voltage is kinda high (~10.8V-13.8V)
    I tried to be kind to them... Oh well, Looks like I just dont like them either aha

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    Default Re: B-Gears PWM LED Fans

    Too loud at: 37 and 38-dBa.

    The ones I buy are well under 20-dBa

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