|Item model number||R4-JFDP-20PB-R1|
|Item Weight||3.87 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 1 x 4.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.7 x 1 x 4.7 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||July 10, 2013|
Cooler Master JetFlo 120 R4-JFDP-20PB-R1 High Performance 120mm LED Fan (Blue)
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- Ultra-thin yet extremely strong fan blades - 800 to 2,000 RPM (PWM) +/- 10%
- High performance motor and fan blades - generating up to 95 CFM airflow +/- 10%
- Long-lasting and durable - Cooler Master's unique, self-lubricating polyoxymethelene (POM) bearing provides a lifespan up to 160,000 hours
- Stylish design with both LED (red, white, blue) and non-LED (black) options
- Powerful performance, graceful silence - registering in at maximum of approximately 36 dBA thanks to vibration and sound absorbing rubber pads and steel threads
- Smart Fan Engine that features a high efficiency motor, low starting voltage, dust and water resistance, and polarity proof
- Smart Jam Protection - Auto-resumes after blade obstructions are cleared
- Two silent mode adapters included to fix fan speeds at 1,600 RPM (28 dBA) or 1,200 RPM (19 dBA)
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JetFlo 120 is a high performance, long-lasting computer case cooling fan by Cooler Master. The high quality design of JetFlo 120 places emphasis on performance, style, and silence, critical areas of focus for today's DIY computer builders. The blades found on each JetFlo fan are ultra-thin yet extremely strong, enabling minimal resistance while maximizing performance, cutting through air at speeds ranging between 800-2,000 RPM (PWM functions supported). At full operating power, JetFlo is capable of producing up to 95 CFM of airflow. Longevity is a key feature in JetFlo as it utilizes Cooler Master's latest bearing technology, a self-lubricating polyoxymethelene (POM) bearing that allows JetFlo to be nearly dustproof and last up to 160,000 hours. LED equipped versions of JetFlo 120 feature high quality LEDs that spread light evenly, spanning from the motor and creating a more consistent ambiance. Registering in at a maximum of approximately 36 dBA, JetFlo is powerful while remaining extremely quiet thanks to rubber mounting corners that contain threaded steel inserts. These special materials absorb much of the vibrations and noises produced by the fan. If you're looking for some powerful, stylish, and quiet fans for your new rig, look no further as JetFlo is here.
Cooler Master JetFlo 120
The Cooler Master JetFlo 120 is a high performance, long-lasting cooling fan for computer cases, CPU coolers, and radiators. Longevity is a key feature in JetFlo as it utilizes Cooler Master's latest Polyoxymethylene (POM) Bearing technology. The blades found on each JetFlo fan are ultra-thin but extremely strong, enabling minimal resistance and maximum performance. JetFlo is powerful while remaining whisper-quiet thanks to rubber mounting corners that contain threaded steel inserts, absorbing most vibrations and noises.
Ultra-Durable, Self-Lubricating POM Bearing
Polyoxymethylene (POM) is a highly rigid and abrasion resistant material that self-lubricates and enables an incredible 160,000 hour lifespan for JetFlo. The POM Bearing is enclosed in Cooler Master's patented Oil Recycle Bearing System (ORBS), which provides IP54 water and dust resistance.
Cooler Master's POM Bearing technology helps reduce vibration and noise while offering consistently lower friction levels than traditional bearings.
Immensely Powerful Fan Blades
Ultra-thin fan blades enable minimal resistance and maximum performance - up to a staggering 95 CFM of airflow with PWM functionality. Unlike other fans that disperse air over a large area, JetFlo generates concentrated airflow in a tight radius.
JetFlo 120 Cooling Fan
Silent Mode Adapter x 2 (19 dBA/1,200 RPM and 28 dBA/1,600 RPM)
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They also still move a decent amount of air for a case fan at the lowest speeds. If you need something super quiet, look elsewhere I'd say, but if you can deal with a sight noise, they make great case fans, if you're ok with loud, they move massive amounts of air for such small fans when not limited. But they also sound like a hover craft is inside your PC.
I work with computers for a living and I build them for fun. I found this fan first to replace a 120mm rear fan that failed on me and I just plugged it RIGHT into a 4pin molex thus it ran at full speed ALL THE TIME. That is literally unacceptable because at 100% this fan WILL drive you insane. However technology has advanced and CoolerMaster KNOWS that this fan in insanely loud. So they were nice enough to include two cables that fix the speed of the fan to a certain speed. Trust me for a rear fan the low speed of 1200 RPM was enough for a simple rear fan. I bought a new MoBo since then installed a Cosair water cooler and mounted the radiator atop this fan. The air now pulls air though the radiator that is connected via tubing to the CPU block. The fan is plugged into the CPU_OPT (CPU Optional) slot on my motherboard. That specific fan bus is monitored and throttled via the ASUS Thermal Radar program to only speed up as CPU temps go up. As such this thing is almost NEVER running at 100% so it doesn’t bother me. Fast forward a few months and one of my two top 120mm fans were failing. So I decided I would replace them both with the version of this fan that had the red LED’s. I ordered them, installed them and immediately was gifted the wonderful gift of a headache from the 100% run speed of TWO of these fans running at full speed simultaneously. Wonderful, so I went into my MoBo to see if I could throttle them down. I could not throttle them below 60% in my MoBo. So I googled my issue, it is a known issue with my MoBo. And for a second I asked myself is it worth the headache to have a cooler computer. But alas I had forgotten that ASUS has its own throttling program that came with my expensive motherboard. So I went in and LOW AND BEHOLD there was an option to run the fans at 40% speed AND link the speed increase to anything I wanted. So I linked it to the temps of my DRAM set it to run at 40% until my DRAM reaches 40C and my issue is resolved. Now all this said, you are going to HAVE to throttle these fans somehow if you are going to install them in your computer. If you don’t know how to do this or don’t feel comfortable manually throttling them with the included cables this fan IS NOT FOR YOU. Buy a slower fan that you don’t have to throttle, because this fan will dive you mad.
+This fan has a GREAT range of speed on it. Very few other fans can match this one as far as how slow and how fast it can run in RPM. Higher RPM = more air flow= cooler temps.
+It comes in several options including LED and non LED. As far as I can tell there is no difference between the ones with and without LED's.
+This thing really keeps the temps down with my liquid cooler I bought and I have heard it running at all RPM's including all out when I was buffering video. SO my CPU temp was at 48C and the fan was running all out. Now at FULL RPM it is noticeable. But then again it is moving a TON of air, more than many other 120mm fans on the market. So to deduct stars for that is a little unfair. Like deducting stars because the V12 engine in your car makes more noise than the engine in your electric Prius. The two are a LITTLE different yes?
+At lower RPM's it is not noticeable at all, not more than any standard 120mm fan because it is running at standard 120mm speeds.
+Includes modulation cables if you don't have a fan port on the MoBo that can modulate the speed, or if you don't have a fan controller installed on your computer. So...use them? There are adapters that will allow you to take a fan port into a 4pin molex. You would just get one of those adapters and plug this fan via one of the two cables they included and you have a fixed speed fan plugged into a molex connector.
-This thing will get loud when it is running all out, and if you decide to just plug it into a 4 pin molex or a unregulated motherboard fan port it will basically just run to the wall unless you use one of the INCLUDED fan speed modulator cables. So CoolerMaster KNOWS this thing is loud and has decided to INCLUDE the cable you need to silence it.
-Can be difficult depending on your motherboard to regulate the speed of this fan. When I bought this fan I was not 100% sure of the noise level when this fan just runs 100% to the wall. But now that I know I am making sure to inform others. See my Caveat section above.
-Doesn't do dishes...yet
This fan really is great if you understand how to regulate it and what kind of performance you will get out of it. This thing WILL MOVE AIR more than you would expect from a fan this size, hence the higher than average price point on the fan itself. You can get fans for 9.99 that will move air, but this thing will move almost as much as two of those budget fans. And it will likely last longer too. So you have a trade off you want to make. More noise and lower temps? Or less noise and higher temps? You CAN moderate this fan to the middle speed cable included and be happy with it. If not just change it to the low speed cable and bingo! If you have a newer motherboard you can likely regulate the speed of these fans easily either in your BIOS or by software provided by your manufacturer. ASUS has great software for this purpose that they include with their motherboards. BUT if you don't know how or feel comfortable with modulating these fans I would in no way suggest this fan to you. Get another fan that makes less noise you will thank me and so will your head. Yes at the high speeds it is insane just how much air/noise is created. It isn't deafening but you will notice it. It is a high pitched noise that is likely going to cause you headaches. And if you hook up more than one of these unregulated...I hope you like headaches. But if you regulate these fans they literally are unnoticeable from standard 120mm fans.
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The really bad part was the noise. I could hear it in another room and that was when the system was controlling the speed to 1250 rpm.
I tried the supplied silent mode adapters and it made no difference which was bizarre. The two fans are on a splitter cable and I had on adapter per fan. I was about to disconnect them altogether when I tried plugging the adapter to the board then the spliter to the fans. This actually worked and reduced the fan speed to 1040 rpm and there has been a massive reduction in noise (thank god)!
So I can now hear myself think and my system is sitting at 35 while the CPU is 34 - oh and the red LEDs are quite pretty :)
Before installing these both my cpu and gpu were hitting their TJ max in less than ten minutes.
After installing these bad boys my i7 4790K runs at 65c under loads and my gtx780ti runs at 82c under loads. Be warned that these fans can get a bit loud at 100% but its completely worth it as before I installed these my system was pretty much unusable as a gaming rig.
I've been running these off a single motherboard header without a single problem using a spliter.
The red leds are very soft and you can tell by the build quality that these are top end fans.
10 out of 10.
Installed just fine, its a 4pin PWM fan and the motherboard will control its speed level which I suggest you do set it up like this as at 100% power its like a handheld mini vacuum cleaner in sound volume.
My motherboard is able to run it in silent mode and its still running around the 1000-1100rpm mark but its still very quiet and as noted in its air moving volume it does move a boatload of air into or out of the system.
Suffice to say after install I was able to get a i7 on idle going from 45C down to 27C with this fan replacing the old one on the radiator. At 100% load under a stress test to build heat from the CPU it had a hard time trying to push over 49C with the fan installed and running in silent mode, I suspect it could probably keep the i7 lower than that temperature if set to normal or full power but no real need in my case.
Due to the good performance I've had I'll probably be replacing my two top exshaust PWM fans with two of these so that I get overall better airflow and heat reduction, while the ones I have do the job they certainly don't have the same airflow movement capacity as this fan.
Once again, this is a 4pin fan and if you were like me hunting around for a 4pin then this will do suffice, alot of other ones sold here and elsewhere are 3pin and not 4pin as stated so atleast this is gurantee so to speak its a 4pin unless the stock has been muddled up.
Unfortunately the fittings aren't great which makes the simple fact of installing it a burden. Theres a rubber surround on every screw-hole which and I found allowed the hole to move when trying to screw it. Persistence pays off bit it is very annoying at the time. That said, once you get all the screws in and get it up and running there's nothing to complain about.
Before I had overheating issues with the VRM overheating and had a Cooler Master SickleFlow 120 Fan Blue R4-L2R-20AC-GP on the roof of the case but it was at 80% speed to cool it and it was very loud (not very good when all your friends can hear on Skype is your computer). This however only needs to be at 20% and it's doing exactly the same job and it's almost silent. Considering that these are both 2000RPM fans.
Overall a nice looking fan that's easy to install and not only has great airflow but is also quiet (unless you need to max it at 100% at which it will then be loud)
they doing a spot on job for what i wanted, which is to fill my pc tower with air, this stops most dust from going inside, used with filters it does work.
now to get some bread ready to toast on the jet outlet