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Cooler Master SickleFlow 69.7 CFM 120mm Fan

( 4.3 Average / 73 Ratings )



Cooler Master



Part #






LED Color


Air Flow

69.7 CFM

Noise Level

19.0 dbA


2000 RPM

Static Pressure

2.94 mm/H2O

Bearing Type

Long Life Sleeve


Transparent dark-gray fan blades for better LED effect
Long life sleeve bearing for longer life expectancy
Strong air flow to fortify cooling efficiency
Silent operation as an excellent choice for case cooling
RoHS compliance
3 to 4 Pin Adapter included
Recommended for V10, V8, V6, Hyper 212+, Cosmos, Cosmos S, HAF 912, HAF 922, HAF 932, HAF X, CM 690 II, CM Storm Scout and Sniper.
Air pressure (mmH2O): 2.94 mmH2O
Life Expectation: 50,000 hours
Rated Voltage: 12 VDC
Current (Ampere): 0.35A ± 10%
Power consumption: 4.2W ± 10%
Weight: 116 g
Screws: 4 pcs

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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build First Custom Build - Update

Between all of my Noctua fans, these were the cheapest and are also sleeve bearing - while I expect that these will be the first to die, for now I am more than happy with the tremendous amount of air moved by these inexpensive and surprisingly silent fans.

from completed build First Build (aka Broseph Stalin)

I actually have the blue ones, not the red ones. Quiet, moves some air. No complaints.

from completed build Zuri

Mothersuckers suck air like a thirsty, dying fish, minus the noise and guilt. Red LEDs are not VERY bright but do illuminate the innards. My case is all black, as are most cases, so not much reflection. I highly recommend putting these on the grated fans on the outer rims of the case as they let out a nice red glow compared to how they illuminate the inside. Also, screws they come with are super tight, so either get a very low tolerance screwdriver to put them in or use smaller diameter screws. I put foam padding on the four corners before I fastened them to make sure they were damped against any vibrations from imbalances in the fan. They're so quiet that I have to yell at them occasionally to make sure they're on.

from completed build Rairsorc

Its quiet, I can't even hear it at full RPM, has led's and moves a good amount of air.