Anyway, it is just as quiet as the Kingwins, don't know why you say it isn't unless something in the review misled you.
Well, I'm often a tad too much critical, and probably some scanning & skimming reading of the other SPCR reviews (a thing that I often do when I see your magical bad apposed on some piece of equipment) may have biased me.
At any rate, the Kingwin Stryker proved to be actually a touch quieter (than the Enermax), and the Lazer Platinum looks like more efficient (than the Enermax), per the tables at http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1220-page6.html http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1203-page3.html http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1203-page4.html
(and your note in the text)
As you always told us, 1 or 2dB are hardly discerned in a real life room.
However, if we take the LZP-550 as a reference, a noticeably overpriced unit (I mean the Platimax), with a lower efficiency (9% less at 20W, 4% at 40W, 7% at 60W, 7% at 80W, while 20-80W is probably the power range where Sandy Bridge and the likes will pass most of their life), and probably a bit (those 1 or 2dB quoted above) louder at least at full power, well, in my very humble opinion
such a unit (again, the Platimax) should have a somewhat/someway different "ranking" than the quoted "benchmark" (the LZP-550).
Eventually, thanks for the review Mike!