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CoolJag Mini LED Flash Review

Price: 20.00$


If you are anything like me, you are probably looking for some cool looking products that will make your case stand out from the rest, as well as making it as personal as possible. Have you ever tried to put your name on the side of your case? CoolJag is a company that has thought of this and has released a new line of fans that allows you to put your own personal messages on the fans. The CoolJag Mini LED Flash fans, which come in 120mm, 90mm and 80mm sizes, allow you to do just this. I wonder if these fans are going to just look cool, or if they are actually going to be able to cool the system well?


Closer Look:

The CoolJag Mini LED Flash fans come in a molded plastic packaging, that proudly displays the fan from the front of the package, as well as letting you know a bunch of the different features that CoolJag believes are the most important product features for the consumer to know about. The back of the package is where you are able to find the rest of the information that you wish to know about the fans. There is a nice little specification chart that they put on the bottom of the package.  






When you open up the package, you will find the fan and all of the necessary cables that come with the product. These cables include a 3-pin power to a 4-pin Molex adapter, as well as a USB cable to a 5-pin adapter. There are also a package of screws, an installation CD and an installation manual that come packaged with the fan.  



You are probably wondering how these fans work and how easy it is to use the software to transfer the message to the fan. Well let's continue on to the next page and we will take a look at the installation and configuration of the fans.  

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation
  3. Configuration
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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