Today we’re going to open a aerocool shark 14cm blue edition This fan can be connected to the motherboard via two ways: power mode with the standard connection, or with its voltage reduction cable in silent mode version. When the fan will be connected in power mode will have these main features: spin to 1500 RPM, Air flow 96.5 CFM, and noise will be 29.6 dBA. With the adapter, which will be this, the fan will go to 7V, will have a speed of 800 RPM, Air Flow 50 CFM, Noise 14.5 dBA. Now let’s open the package. Inside the box we find the voltage reducer, an adapter 3 pin molex, a set of screws, and then we find the fan. The screw set is composed of four anti-noise and anti-vibration silicon screws and the standard four metal screws. The reducer brings the speed from 1500 to 800 rpm. Inside the black case there is a resistance which take back the voltage from 12v to 7v. The fan is formed by a black tinted transparent body, while the blades are also their transparent and have a blue color. The blades are 15 and have the shape of a shark’s fins. Now we’re going to connect it to the motherboard. We said that is a blue LED fan and the 4 LEDs are in the four corners. This will connect with its three-pin connector to the motherboard. Here the four LEDs effect . The air flow is really remarkable fact is 96.5 CFM, and the noise is considerable, it is 29.6 decibels. Now we’re going to connect with his adapter. We link the fan to the three pins on the motherboard. Here it is. The air flow rate remains sufficient and stay at 50CFM, and the fan is really silent in fact has only 14.5 decibels. The LEDs are a little less intense because the fan receives less volts. Here the package and the accessories. Thank you for seeing the video and do not forget to subscribe to my channel MirkoPcBlog.