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Akasa Siliconized Rubber Fan Pins - 20 Pack (AK-MX003)

Stock Code: FG-053-AK
Manufacturers Code: AK-MX003
Write a ReviewCustomer Rating:Average rating of 5.0

The rubber mounts isolate the case fan from the PC chassis thereby stopping vibration and resonance transmission.


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RECOMMENDEDMuch easier than threading screw holes; easy to fit and remove.
At this price, I'd recommend them purely to save yourself screw-related aggro, even if they make no difference sound-wise.
I will never again use screw mounts.
01/02/2013

Superb productBeen using these for a while for mounting fans in various cases.
Prefer them to screws, less fiddly and not going scratch paint work with screws.
23/07/2011

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  • Mike01.02.2013 | 16:37

     

    RECOMMENDEDMuch easier than threading screw holes; easy to fit and remove.

    At this price, I'd recommend them purely to save yourself screw-related aggro, even if they make no difference sound-wise.

    I will never again use screw mounts.173 User found this Review usefullHelpful Review? Yes

  • gimpymoo23.07.2011 | 00:38

     

    Superb productBeen using these for a while for mounting fans in various cases.

    Prefer them to screws, less fiddly and not going scratch paint work with screws.157 User found this Review usefullHelpful Review? Yes

  • James06.11.2012 | 16:14

     

    A "must have"On my case (Antec P280) they noticeably decreased the noise from the stock Antec fans.

    Fitting is fairly easy but you'll need good access to the fan mounting holes - I removed my motherboard to fit.

    A good tip for fitting them is to stretch the rubber from BOTH ends to get the arrowheads through.

    Although they're quite long you can easily push the tips out of the way.

    The total effectiveness of this item may vary depending on your case and fans, but I think it's fair to say that it will ALWAYS produce better results than screwing a fan directly to a case. At this bargain price you'd be crazy not to use them.148 User found this Review usefullHelpful Review? Yes

  • Kuba07.08.2009 | 06:52

     

    good but not the bestI would go with zalman pins. They are shorter and better quality, more flexible and tends to keep their lenght. I had to cut some of these cuz they were way too long! blocking other fans and heatsinks. After all im happy ith this product. Thats why i give 4*147 User found this Review usefullHelpful Review? Yes

  • Gareth21.09.2010 | 01:00

     

    Press BuyThese cost pennies and they will solve any problems you have with unwanted fan vibration. Didn't take much to get used to fitting them and they do make a difference.
    The excess length of rubber you use to pull them through the holes on fans does stick out a fair amount, but that really is not a problem and you could always trim them down.136 User found this Review usefullHelpful Review? Yes

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