Thanks Lawrance for the review, I own this mugen 3 and to me it was a very good option, specially because of the included fan, there is no need to swap it, as it has incredible range of operation, the only minus for me its the mounting bracket that imo isnt as good as thermalrights or noctuas, a little harder to get it in, but once you know it its not that hard.
I just have a small request for future SPCR reviews on fans, i love fanXpert2 and recommend it a lot, and i see why its so useful for reviews also, im even doing a database and testing all the fans i own. But on Asus motherboards, there is a limitation that for me its important to take into account, and its the motherboards only have 1 PWM fan header (CPU_FAN) and the rest are just voltage controlled (CHASSIS_FAN 1,2,3), even if its 4pin its not really a PWM fan header, the bios and fanXpert2 will control it via voltage, this is really imporant PWM fans have a range of operation design, in most cases, only reachable in PWM not in voltage control, this means a fan like Scythe Slipstream will not be able to drop as low testing on CHASSIS_FAN headers, as it was on this review. Also some people have said that the PWM fans are smoother being worked with pwm signal, the motor is quieter and the fan is smother... this i cant confirm as my hearing isnt as good, but worth mentioning since you guys test on the chamber where it might make a difference.
I'm going to show a couple of tests i did couple of days ago on Asus Maximus VI Gene, on Scythe KamaFlex PWM (very similar to slipstream),
So my petition is, if you find it worth it, to test with fanXpert2, PWM fans on CPU_Fan Header and 3pin fans on CHASSIS_FAN headers (or in CPU_FAN header but without Q-Fan Auto so it treats it like voltage controlled).