Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilent PRO PL-PS 120mm Fan Review


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    Mike.P
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    Introduction

    We’ve been reviewing some fans from Noiseblocker recently. After the eLoop B12-P and Multiframe M12-P, today we will be looking at the NB-BlackSilentPRO PL-PS 120mm fan. Unlike the previous two models we reviewed that were rated at 2000RPM, this fan is only has a maximum of 1500 RPM +10%. Hence, the fan is also engineered for silence just like the two previous models we reviewed. Let us see how the BlackSilentPRO PL-PS(link is external) would perform as we look at it today.

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    Buy at Amazon! – Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilent Pro PL-PS 120mm Fan (PWM) / 1500rpm / 24dBA

    #85915
    killjoyjim
    Member

    Good review Mike

    #85918
    Steve-O
    Participant

    Good review Mike.

    #85941
    Admin1
    Guest

    Good review Mike, nice fans I wouldn’t mine having 8 of them for my 480 Rads.

    #85942
    Bob2701
    Member

    Good review Mike, great pictures.  I like the way the gasket goes into the screw holes to keep it in place.

    #86004
    killerj
    Participant

    Awesome review

    #86024
    Sir-diealot
    Participant

    Awesome review

    Jeez James I wonder how you got here? lol Nice to see you here.

    #86025
    Sir-diealot
    Participant

    Nice review Mike. I wish I were more technical so I could do one.

    #86242
    ghostamongyou
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    System fans aren’t something I used to give a lot of thought to, but I take them more seriously now.  It isn’t always the best bet to go with the cheapest fans.
     

    #86426
    toby
    Member

    System fans aren’t something I used to give a lot of thought to, but I take them more seriously now.  It isn’t always the best bet to go with the cheapest fans.
     

    They may not seem like much, but try turning one on with hair and dust in it. It is not fun, then in my experience at least you can’t tell if it’s running like it should. Even when everything reads just fine on it, yet you are still unsure because of the noise coming off of it. Great Review, thanks.

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