5 Stars By NM on 2017-09-11
This fan is the best 120mm fan I have ever seen.
Needed an "AC Powered Fan" for a small ventilation project, and looks like the AC Infinity brand was the correct choice.
I ended up trying to balance performance vs power, so from the models available ended up going with the 120mm/8 watt version. Downside is that this does not come with any means of control, although I see that they sell an optional speed control/power switch cable. I went with one of those Lutron "on/off" switches that you can plug directly into the power outlet and plugged the fan into that.
I would have to say the construction on the fan itself is amazing, as the fan spins with hardly any effort at all. The only downside is a minor one - the included screws assume one is going to run them through some thick wood - so the supplied screws are extra long. I will try the local hardware store to see if I can find some shorter screws.
5 Stars By Mike N. on 2017-08-03
Great product, exactly as described. I'm using it to quietly ventilate co-located but separate cable modem and router units. Without this fan, the router runs warm and the router actually hot. With it, they both run cool. They and the fan are on my desk, right next to my keyboard. Even so, the fan noise is only slightly noticeable. This is a low-speed fan, which keeps the noise down. Still, it moves enough air to keep my components cool. This is exactly what I wanted, at a reasonable price.
5 Stars By David Boyle Sr. on 2017-08-07
Well made, works fine!
Product works as specified. Manufacturing craftsmanship, fit, and finish are of good quality. Is reasonably quiet. Will proably not see much use as the fan is used to provide supplemental air flow for better convection cooling behind my new large LG French Door refridgerator. It is operated bya really neat digital thermostat, also from AlumiGogo. I did add some better rubber isolators on both sides of the fan where I attached the home made aluminum brackets.
5 Stars By Keith on 2015-07-25
TV turns itself off intermittenly! Try this first!
Our 42" Plasma TV had been overheating and turning itself off. I glued magnetic strips on the perimeter of the output side of the fan mounting box and suspended the unit with light wires from vent holes on the back of the TV. With very little effort, I aligned the fan over the TV's vent screen so its output was directed onto the power board. The magnetic strips lightly attract the fan to the rear cover so no vibration occurs. As a test, the TV operated for seven hours with 85 degrees (F) and no air conditioning operating in our home. The cooling fan works perfectly, is nearly silent, and the TV has had no overheating/self turn-off events. This is a simple fix for what would have been a very expensive power board replacement procedure.
5 Stars By Kyle H on 2016-04-19
Tried high and low speed fans, both are great.
I purchased two 120mm fans from AC Infinity, one high speed and one low speed. The short story is that both fans are awesome quality. The high speed fan is a little too noisy for a living room entertainment center but makes some impressive airflow. The low speed fan is quiet enough to use in the living room, 6 feet away, and not make a noticeable amount of noise while still moving plenty of air. If you are looking for a fan, buy one of these.
I built two stereo cabinets with intake filters and used these fans as exhaust fans. Since I had two cabinets, one for the shop and one for the house, I bought both the high speed and low speed fans figuring I would put the high speed in the garage if it was too noisy for the living room. Both fans are very high quality, sturdy aluminum surrounds. The high speed fan is about twice as thick as the low speed fan but otherwise they are identical. All the hardware necessary to mount them was included and mounting screws were long enough to mount through 3/4 inch thick plywood without problem.
The high speed fan did turn out to be more noisy than I wanted for the living room so it ended up in the shop. The primary purpose of the cabinet in the shop was to protect the stereo from metal dust and other nasty garbage, but I have no doubt that a single 120mm high speed fan will circulate more than enough air to cool any electrical component or series of components you could assemble. I am using a standard 16 x 20 inch ventilation duct filter from the hardware store and the fan generates enough force to hold the cabinet door (20 x 24) shut with a clean filter. Even now that the filter is getting clogged with sawdust and grinder dust the fan is still moving air. The only downside is the noise. For comparison, if you have heard a PS4 switch from normal cooling to high speed cooling, that is about how loud this fan is.
The low speed fan is perfect for my stereo cabinet in the house. It is quiet enough that you forget it's on as soon as you turn on the radio or TV and sit down on the couch six or so feet away. I have a receiver and a PS4 in the cabinet and the cabinet temperature has not risen above ambient enough that I can tell by feel, even after hours of movies or video games. This is in a small footprint cabinet with no room inside for internal circulation, so the PS4 gets hot very quickly without the fan on. I know the fan is doing all the work cooling and getting it done nicely.
I have little doubt these fan will last for years based on the quality and they are definitely worth the price.
5 Stars By Steven E. on 2017-03-27
The fans appear sturdy and well made
I purchased four of these fans to go into two Tripp Lite SR12UB cabinets. The fans fit the predrilled holes in the cabinets perfectly.
The fans appear sturdy and well made. Directions for fan rotation and air flow are clearly labeled. The mounting screws are long enough to easily mount the fan. These fans are low speed and quiet yet move enough air to adequately cool the cabinet.
I paired the fans with a Century Digital Cooling Temp Controller and the system works like a charm.
5 Stars By CR on 2016-11-25
Excellent 115VAC, 120mm fan
Great option for a 115VAC, 120mm fan. (Just be aware that many computer fans are DC powered and this is not.)
I used this fan to replace the cooling fan in a wine chiller. The original was growling and barely running, if at all. This product was an exact replacement. All the mounting holes were located per the specifications and installation was a breeze. (With a couple of electrical splices.) This product comes complete with screws, nuts, isolation pads, and two screens for both sides of the fan.
The new fan is very quiet and almost imperceptible when it is running. In fact, there is a second fan that circulates air on the inside of the chiller that runs fine - but I may buy another of these and replace it anyway because it is so much louder!
Please keep in mind that this fan is powered by alternating current while most fans inside computer cases are direct current.
I have no problem strongly recommending this fan.
5 Stars By AlumiGogo Customer on 2016-09-23
Excellent product. Very satisfied and happy with it.
I bought this a few months ago not knowing how this low-priced fan will turn out and after I had a bad experience with another brand. I was surprised by the workmanship, sturdiness (I have dropped it a few times, but has not resulted in even a minor problem) and effectiveness of this small fan. It is very quiet. With minor background noise it is difficult to even be sure that it is on, but it is. The protective grills make a big difference from the safety point of view and they are sturdy. The four bolts at each corner are long enough to meet a variety of different needs. Mine could have been met with even half the length.
I have used this fan on my 3D printer to suck up the polluted air. These printers take a long time to print and this fan has been working continuously for hours and hours without a problem. I have come to trust this company. I have bought several additional fans of different types. From my viw point of view, this is the best fan for any application where a small fan has to move quite a bit of air without causing noise.
3 Stars By Ronald Manning on 2013-11-05
Good fan, but a little loud
Bought this fan to keep the temps down in my media cabinet. It moves quite a bit of air and does keep the temperature down, but it's a little loud for my liking. The media cabinet it located in the back of my living room and I can hear the fan when I'm watching a quite scene in a movie. For some people this would drive them nuts, it doesn't bother me enough to go buy another fan.
I would say if noise is a serious factor, maybe buy a better, quieter fan. Otherwise, this fan does the job at a good price.
5 Stars By John D. Hanig on 2016-08-23
I can barely hear the fan and was at first concerned it didn't put out enough air to keep my equipment cool. But not to worry
I've got a Directv receiver next to my computer with a large wireless router sitting on top of the receiver. The combination generated a lot of heat which we all know is detrimental to longevity in electronics. My answer? One of these 120mm 115V muffin fans. I've just placed the fan to the side and let it blow across the two heat generators. I can barely hear the fan and was at first concerned it didn't put out enough air to keep my equipment cool. But not to worry, It keeps things perfectly cool. If you were to touch either of those pieces of equipment with your eyes closed, you'd think they weren't on. But they are.