The SilverStone Vista 140 ARGB promises for high airflow, although it doesn’t spin at high speeds, but can only go up to 1600 RPM. This is good news though, for users wanting something that won’t sound as a helocopter. The hydraulic bearing also helps in keeping noise ouput low.
I have evaluated several SilverStone fans recently, and today, I will look at another one, the Vista 140 ARGB. According to the official specs, this fan is destined more for chassis and less for cooling solutions since it claims a high airflow but not that high static pressure. The results I will obtain from the Longwin apparatus will show the complete picture and the comparison with other fans of similar size in the normalized noise tests.
The ARGB lighting will make some users happy, and you can control it through a compatible mainboard or an ARGB controller. Indeed, ARGB-lit fans look nicer than plain ones, especially if you have a chassis that exposes them, but usually, they cost notably more than non-RGB fans.