Insignia 120mm PC Case Cooling Fan - Black - Only at Best Buy
- 120mm PWM ball-bearing fan
- Super-silent chassis thermal solution
- High volume of air effectively cools your computer's internal parts
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Of the 314 reviewers who responded, 296 would recommend this product.
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- Better Than You Think- October 23, 2015
I needed a 120mm fan to finish up my mini itx HTPC and I really didn't want to wait for one to come in the mail, so I see this one at BB with solid reviews and competitive pricing and decided to give it a go. The packaging says that it is a "two bearing style", which was kind of Greek to me. A quick Google search told me that the two bearing fans are superior to the sleeve bearing and rifle bearing fans that I was looking at online for the same (or more) money. It is a solid looking fan with a nice sheathing on the wires and it is extremely quiet. I have to put my ear about a foot away from the HTPC to hear it. Plenty of air flow to keep my cpu and mobo cool and happy.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good fan for the price- July 3, 2014
I was looking for a 4 pin fan for my new gaming PC. My plan was to add 4 intake fans and use the two on the front of the case as exhaust, but... well not enough space. Any way, I wanted quiet fans, I'm not the type of person who complain about fan noise but my new over clock PNY 770 graphic card make a noise a little bit louder than the 2 front fans, so I dint want to add more sounds to that one. Also I want a 4 pin fan because I want my board to be able to control the RPM of then as needed. Bingo insignia have them and not a bad price at all. Running now at 650 to 666 rpm, as the box said that is only 50% of the speed. I got one today I will get a second one. Sadly they are not LED.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect for my unusual application- October 7, 2016
I have my Mac Mini in a cupboard and noticed the inside of the cupboard warming up. I decided to try an experiment to see if I could cool the chamber down a little. I took an old 12v phone charger cut off the phone plug and wired it directly to the fan. It ran just fine. Then I took my hole saw and cut a hole in the door and attached the fan. The results are great. I now have air moving across the computer and the cabinet now remains cool. I realize the fan was not designed for this particular project but it works like a charm!!!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.