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AzenX X-Cruzer Flexible 70mm Fan Review

Sagittaria    -   February 26, 2007


Closer Look Continued:


    Let's take a closer look at the base itself.



The base is nothing spectacular. The back of the base has a knob which allows you to control fan speed. The entire base is a translucent blue, and on the bottom you can see 3 small magnets. This can obviously be useful on steel cases, as all you have to do to mount it is just slap it on somewhere. However, some cases are aluminum, so the magnets may not work. This is why AzenX included those sticky pads mentioned earlier, which unfortunately, you may have to use.

But having magnets near sensitive computer equipment is bad right? Nope. As long as you don't slap it directly onto your motherboard, hard drive or any other sensitive components, you'll be just fine.



This is the actual fan. It is fairly thin, and as you can see, you can spin the entire fan around, giving it even more room to point. This, combined with the goose neck, gives it all kinds of flexibility and choice! And of course, the fan grill. I never understood why they put it there. Granted, it does somewhat work, but it is more of a nuisance than anything. It's thin, plastic, and will easily snap. I ended up removing it.

Let's install it!



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued
  3. Installation & Specifications
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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