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    Default Enermax T.B. Vegas 120mm and T.B. Apollish 180/200mm Fan Review

    When you look at most of the LED case fans out there, they're largely uninspired. Sure the lighting is solid on many of them, and some of them even offer up good cooling performance to match their look, but the lighting effect is ultimately the same: just a blob of light that looks like it could come from any manufacturer.While that may work for some system builders, Enermax has a solution for those of you looking for something a bit different than the rest. Enter the T.B. Vegas and T.B. Apollish fan lineup: coming in 120mm and 200mm sizes respectively, these fans feature not only some of the most unique case lighting you will ever see, but offer a degree of performance that you will be hard pressed to find in any other standalone LED fan. Let's see if these factors add up to be greater than the sum of their parts, shall we?

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    Default Re: Enermax T.B. Vegas 120mm and T.B. Apollish 180/200mm Fan Review

    Nice to see a review on case fan's Good job Mike.

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    Great review Mike of some really cool looking fans

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    Great review Mike on some nice case fans thanks for posting

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    Great job Mike! Nice looking fans!
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    Default Re: Enermax T.B. Vegas 120mm and T.B. Apollish 180/200mm Fan Review

    I have a TBVegas fan here. It came with an Enermax CPU Cooler and it really is a good fan. Fairly quiet and what a light show it can put on! I just set it to red/non flashing mode and have been using it as a case fan for a long time.

    Good review, I wish I had a few of thos 200mm fans.

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