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Baumatic BV14

Baumatic BV14
alaAverage 4.8

20 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews from magazines and websites.

Review analysis

(Based on 20 reviews)

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Works in push-pull radiator


These fans have reasonably long and sleeved cables though my needs did not require sleeves (consider wiring eighteen fans in a limited space). I also did not need/want led's. Also, if you like a clean look, you can easily peel the brand sticker off of...

I needed eighteen 140mm fans to use in push-pull for my MO-RA3 420 radiator. With so many fans the price per fan is a very significant factor. I took a chance on the Blue Vortexes because the reviews were on balance good and were very inexpensive. So...

None so far

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quiet replacement for 120mm fan


Installed on the side door panel of my HAF 912, replacing a CM 120mm fan. Brought my GPU temps down 1 to 2c - awesome improvement for $9.99.

low price for a nice quiet 140mm fan - no LEDs

none that i can think of yet

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1Yr. Later still quiet and runs great.


1Yr. Later still quiet and runs great ; Using it for side intake ; I'd buy another



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Great fans, terrible screws


I'm still giving it 5 stars because although it was kind of a pain to install, these fans are the reason my case is usually with 2 degrees of ambient.

The blue look is pretty nice ; Low sound, high airflow; I can turn these to max in a Nanoxia DS1 and I hear my water pumps over these

The screws...where to start ; First, the screws are a shade too big. The threading is also way too loose; Prolimatech definitely could have threaded these tighter. The most annoying thing is the mounting points aren't prethreaded, so either you have a...

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Case fan


It was mentioned that this fan can be undervolted for slower speeds, but I don't think that is all that necessary when it's only running about 1100 RPMs.

For a one speed fan it moves the bulk of the hot air out through the top of my case. QUIET! Looks great through fan grills. Easy to install, like most standard case fans

One speed might be a con for some, but I don't mind it

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Very quiet fan


very low noise ; looks good ; moves decent amount of air


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I placed it on top of my case Apex EL 660 and guys this fan can take some air from inside that case in a beautiful way. I don't believe is loud at all even connected it straight to the power supply also the wire is long enough for my case which is...

Move a lot of air ; Avg to low noise

None so far

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Pretty good fan


3 out of 4 are perfect! They move lots of air, are very quiet, and look nice behind my black grilles, all at a very reasonable price.

Simple, understated design, attractive, not flashy. They move a lot of air and are relatively quiet doing so

Out of the 4 I purchased, three are very quiet, you can only hear them at all at max speed. One, however, gets fairly loud even at low speeds. Not obnoxious, and it could be my install (though I don't think so, used rubber grommets and everything), but...

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Quiet and powerful


I bought two of these fans to replace the loud fans that came with my Fractal Design Define R4 case. I have them hooked up to an NZXT Sentry 2 fan controller.

Pushes lots of air ; Quiet. Can't hear it at all under 80% load ; The blue color is nice. Looks good without being too flashy

The cord is a bit short (about 8"), which wasn't a problem for me, but might be for those using a big case

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Amazing blue 140mm fans


I bought 2 of these to add to the bottom and rear of my Fractal R4 after moving the exhaust to the front to have 2 front white fans in the front. I connected my front 2 and 1 prolimatech (mounted at the bottom) to be intake fans and connected to my fan...

Its blue, my case color theme ; very quiet ; sleeved cables ; pushes a lot of air ; comes with molex to 3pin (which I used) ; Cheap

had to thread the fan myself ; sleeve has a weird sticky residue on it