A.C Ryan Blackfire 4 UV Led 120mm Fan

Looks

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 14/03/2005
Author: James Napier (XMS)
Hardware Acquired: KustomPC's


Looks

Now we get down to what these fans are all about.  Personally i havn't come across fans that are any more 'blinged-out' than the Blackfire range, and thats a good thing as i'm heavily into the looks of my rig!

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The great thing about these fans is they look great in daylight as well as in the pitch black.

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I encountered a slight problem with one of the fans as you can see above. One of the cables used to power the LED's was not secured with the others. Not a major issue, but it did make a slight vibrating noise when the fan was on.

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Props to AC Ryan for attention to detail here. Its great to see they took the trouble to sleve the cables in UV reactive sleeving, and also used UV Reactive cable ties to finish the job off.

You may be wondering why the cable is split in two? Its to allow you to run the fan and LED's seperatly. A very innovative idea, which means you can run the fans on a fan controller without sacraficing any of the LED brightness.
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15-03-2006, 08:27:58

llwyd
on page 4 it says 'looks cont' instead of 'looks count' nice review thoQuote

15-03-2006, 08:31:29

WC Annihilus
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='llwyd'
on page 4 it says 'looks cont' instead of 'looks count' nice review tho
Umm, he's kind of sayin "Looks Continued" man... Cont. is short for continued Quote

15-03-2006, 08:31:43

FragTek
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='llwyd'
on page 4 it says 'looks cont' instead of 'looks count' nice review tho
Thats what it's supposed to be

Looks Cont. = Looks Continued Quote

15-03-2006, 08:32:49

llwyd
hahahahahahahahahaha, go me! i should have read the lot properly, could someone delete that post it makes me look stupidQuote

15-03-2006, 08:34:42

WC Annihilus
Jus edit it out yourself... though there isn't any real point in general of getting rid of it. It was a perfectly valid point that just happened to be wrong Quote
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