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Old July 17, 2009, 10:17 AM
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Default Enermax Apollish Fans - Style and Refinement Come Together

Enermax is a company that rarely does anything in half measures. Staying true to this philosophy the Apollish Fans bring a fresh look and design into the market.Case Fans are an integral part to any cooling strategy for our hot running components. Making the decision on which one is right becomes a long drawn out process given the vast options. Ene... [ Read full article ]
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Freaking leds, how old must you be to put that in your case? It's like instead of watching the screen, you get mesmerized by the case.
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Not necessarily a bad thing. Depends on taste. There's no age limit to whether you should put LEDs in your case.

I find this hard to believe
"Allowing the Apollish to achieve up to 71CFM while giving off just 15dBa of noise."


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120mm and with that dBa of noise, i might just be interested in picking up a few of them if the price is right.

I enjoy how a lot of things will say 100 000 hours, if you break it down to something more tangible:

100 000 hours = 4 166.66 days = 11.42 years (assuming they are running 24 hours a day never been shut down)
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Not necessarily a bad thing. Depends on taste. There's no age limit to whether you should put LEDs in your case.

I find this hard to believe
"Allowing the Apollish to achieve up to 71CFM while giving off just 15dBa of noise."


Hey Jack hard to believe is right, if you check the website the rating is the same for both 80mm and 120mm measured at an RPM of 600-700RPM.

ENERMAX - Product

All I can say is nice try enermax posting min db(a) ratings.

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Maybe Enermax has some tricks up its sleeves. However from today's standards, it does look doubtful. We'll see how it turns out, maybe I'll pick up a few packs of them.
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They sure have that "pretty" factor, but nothing will replace my Noctua's expect bigger and better Noctua fans.

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LED fans are so 2004. (which is about when I last used one)
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Enermax Apollish Twister Bearing 120mm LED Fan - Blue Products Model: UCAP12-BL [UCAP12-BL] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come

Yikes! $23.95USD per fan. Better be a damn high quality fan at that price...
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