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NF-A4X10 FLX by noctua
NF-A4X10 FLX by noctua
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The accessory kit for this little fan was impressive. Screws, rubber nubbins, adapter cables, extension cables, the works. The noise level was pretty standard though, I wouldn't say it was especially quiet unless you compared it to a broken fan or something that moves a lot more air.

Mine lasted 14 months of continuous use before the bearing went and no amount of lubricant would bring it back.
Scythe - Case Fan - 40 mm - 04 CFM - 3500 RPM - Mi&hellip by Scythe
3.0 out of 5 stars Quiet enough, but..., 8 Mar 2014
This fan is quiet enough for my needs, about the same as the Noctua NF-A4X10 it replaced. It came with a 2-to-3 pin adapter cable, which saves some soldering. It also came with absolutely nothing else, particularly no screws. Given that the holes in the fan were smaller than any of the previous ones (Sunon and Noctua), none of my existing screws fit and I had to go scrounging, which was annoying. Let's hope it lasts for some time.
Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM AH IPS 27 inch Widescreen &hellip by Dell
That was disappointing, Michael. After 7 years my old Dell 24" monitor looked a little dated but steadfastly kept going with not a single dead pixel, so the brand definitely had scored major points with me. Therefore after a glance at the specs, I did not hesitate to buy this one, thinking it would be another quality monitor for a fair price.

That was not the case. Instead, I got a monitor that out of the box had significant yellow back-light bleeding in the bottom left and top right corners. Some research showed that this was caused by the front bezel being manufacturer so poorly that it was pressing onto the panel, twisting it out of shape. The solution was to pop off the… Read more