Included with each of the fans were four mounting screws and nothing else. There was no 3-pin to 4-pin molex adapters, vibration dampeners, or any other accessories.
We had tried out the Rexflo fans in several different systems and we were less than enthusiastic about these fans. These Rexflo products do support PWM functionality, but beyond that, there isn't much to separate these fans from the rest of the competition. The power cable was not sleeved and the 120mm fan is slightly shorter than what we are used to seeing. Below is a comparison of the Rexflo DF1212025BH-PWMG to an Arctic Cooling 120mm fan.
These fans did deliver on being very quiet and worked fine with PWM when connected to a 4-pin supportive motherboard, but there was nothing else to give this fan an added advantage. With the PWM support these fans are slightly higher in cost with the 120mm version setting you back about $20 USD and the 80mm and 92mm selling for $10~15 USD. One of the other very quiet fans we have looked at recently was the Noctua NF-S12 and NF-R8 and when it comes to innovation there is the Enermax Marathon Enlobal products.
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