[Review] Coolermaster SickleFlow 120mm Case Fans




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Aleksanteri Skaniakos: I just got my sickleflow today and it spins 3500rpm instead of 2000rpm and is like 40db

FancyMuffinz: I have used this in a retro fit case i built and it worked awesome for a while but once i mounted it to the front the case going in it made a wind tunnel effect. I recommend a fan controller of some type so when your in game mode you could spool it up 

craig855s: I've got two of these and even when run at 40% speed there is a noise (bearing) so I'll be getting rid of them soon in favour of some noctuas or corsair AF120s

Pallab Das: I am about to replace all my case fans with cm SickleFlow 120mm Case Fans / Corsair SP 120s, so what u think will cm sklflow helps me to cool down total pc? plz advice

black crow1234: you cannot use the mobo to control a 3 pin fan only a 4 pin can be control by using the mobo

Jack Ferriola: I was having a problem where the holes for the included screws weren't threaded and when I tried to install them I wasn't sure whether to force them in or what. She screws seem too big for the holes too. What do I do?

anoori9000 .: Mine is noisy as heck... Crappy

TheHorizonNL: it is noisy as hell also got one :/

Niels Defesche: Does anyone know how fast the air is going behind the fan?

Because I'm Batman!: will the fans still show up in bios if they are connect threw a molex connector? so i can enable smart fan, rather than straight onto the mobo?

hhgbb: how loud are they under "low load" like 1200 rpm- 800 rpm

Flaczyy: @homerthewhopper Yeah I've decided to go for it and it all ended ok. I didn't want to break it, but it was all fine :)

ComputerTechTV: @MN12BIRD I agree with a controller they are nice, and I really like the LEDs when in a case..

Samacle: I've got one of these and its pretty loud, gonna replace it soon hopefully :F

RaawrEpic: Yes there are really good fans :) but use fan controller or a motherbored that has asus ai suite ii

freaker5535: I am about to build my own pc. will anyone recommend these fans? ;) -Thanks..

SMG4LIFE01: does it come with the molex connector

Xipholaris: I think these are good fans for less than $10 and being 2000RPM. They are quieter then my 3-speed Antec which is much louder at 2000RPM. All though I

pqwoerituytrueiwoq: no, they wont blink they just dim down a little, depending on how low the controller goes the fan will spin with the leds off, at that speed it may as well be off though

Claude Rains: These fans are 2000 rpm so you will hear it. If you don't have a modern motherboard with GUI bios and fan headers on the MB you will hear it. I don't know how people are getting dust inside them, but I suggest getting some filters if your house is that dirty to start with! I like them overall they push/pull enough air to recycle the case air every 1.2 mins with just 2 in mid tower case. I have 6 120's and 1 200mm in my case. Well over enough air flow to keep it cool.

Samacle: :D*

Metallicajust: -.-

John Greek: 4 of them with a controller would be torelable ? How many RPM would you recommend me ?

SylentCommando: great review, i picked up 6 of these fans for my 320 rad for a push pull setup, for my up coming water cooling build.

tripplesouth: . . . what's the answer to that?. . . if it doesnt blow the right way, turn it around for your sought effect. And it blows the same amound of air either way. (P.S. it blows inwards from the LED side, if you didnt notice)

atom608: @SMG4LIFE01 yes

SApcGUY: @exsnozer yeah they also do a decent job at exhausting air, but for intake they are

SApcGUY: These fans are too loud, sure they push a lot of air. I had 2 of them and they are horrible at intaking air because they become too loud, unless you use some fan controller.

OzemMezo: no these fans are 2500rpm and are very loud although they have very good airflow and pressure well using these with fan controller would be okey but these gets dust inside thats a big issue :( so i would say avoid these fans buy xigmatek fans they are pretty awesome.

MN12BIRD: They are perfectly acceptable. I was just picky and wanted to stick with something quieter. I'm sure at ~1000 RPM they'll be just fine.

Flaczyy: I've never mounted a fan in the case before, I bought this one to try out. It comes with 4 screws, but the holes in the fan are smooth inside, there's no way to screw in the screws. Do I need to buy something additional, because I don't think I should force those screws in. I might just buy some rubber fan pins instead.

FirePikichu: are they compatible with the Cooler master cosmos ll fan controller ???

Claude Rains: These fans are 2000 rpm so you will hear it. If you don't have a modern motherboard with GUI bios and fan headers on the MB you will hear it. I don't know how people are getting dust inside them, but I suggest getting some filters if your house is that dirty to start with! I like them overall they push/pull enough air to recycle the case air every 1.2 mins with just 2 in mid tower case. I have 6 120's and 1 200mm in my case. Well over enough air flow to keep it cool.

XxViciousxX: Very nice fans.

thefuzz1669: just got six as well!

behems007: At the table.

TheArsori: depends on that how you install it

James Dunn: Thank You, I felt like I was the only one with this Problem. I also bought three of these .2 Reds and a Blue.

WaZaKi W.M.: taht reduce the nosie from the microprocessor??

TheDutyPaid: I love on the CoolerMaster site they list the airflow as 69.69 CFM

busa89: These move a ton of air but I have 3 and its loud

MrTacticalinuit: i know, i have them now. i got an intake on the side and an exhaust out the top :)

MrElAmpi: When I tried to install them onto my case for a new build, I realized that the fan's screw holes were not threaded and wayyyy to small for the included screws. I'm just wondering what's the best way to install these. Find smaller screws? Try and force the screws in? Use an electronics screwdriver/drill and drill the screws in? Is there a chance of breaking the plastic screw holes on the fans?

SApcGUY: @exsnozer you should consider the new 12f noctua fans for intaking

Robert Andersson: @SApcGUY I will use 4 as intake on my HaF 932 side, and two as outtake in the top. This will hopefully be worth the 600 swedish kr it cost ( this include the fan controller) . That in USD is aprox 90 usd including shipment.

randybolhuis1: yes i do they work great

ssmantri: i have these exact same fans in red led ... and they have a 90 cfm airflow,, if i am not wrong !!

cloudparter: The screws that come with this thing SUCK! The holes aren't threaded and the screws are cheap and way to tight. Did you buy screws for this?

aceshot: Hey do you need a power drill to install this fan? The sickleflow fans I bought weren't threaded so I'm guessing I just need to drill the screws into the fan myself

86BuzzSaw: lol! bet your one of these people that asks for a left hand screw driver
Rating:
[Review] Coolermaster SickleFlow 120mm Case Fans 4.8 out of 5

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hete snoepjes: i used mine but it hurt like hell and i never see bleeding ,is that normal ? does it have to bleed to work ?
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[Review] Coolermaster SickleFlow 120mm Case Fans