Temperature Control Sensor Adjusts Fan Speed Automatically
Low Power Usage and Low Noise Level
Double Ball Bearing For Extended Life
Rated Voltage: 12 VDC
Power Input: 2.0 ~ 3.12 W
Fan Speed: 1850 ~ 3100 RPM
Air Delivery: 34.8 ~ 58.5 CFM
Noise Level: 29 ~ 40 dB(A)
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearing
Connectors: 3pin to Motherboard; 4pin to Power Supply
Dimensions: 3.62 x 3.62 x 0.98 inch / 92 x 92 x 25 mm
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Great Upgrade for Dell Reviewed by John C. from Florence, MS on 01/08/08
I used this fan as a upgrade on a Dell Deminsion 4300. Mounted fine in the oem fan shroud for rear tower exhaust. The fan is not as thick as the oem but worked fine with no audible vibration issues. Moves plenty of air and not too noisy, but I have not stretched it out by no means. Great buy for a fan with thermale detection built onto the unit. Thanks eWiz!
Great fan Reviewed by puk from Denver, PA on 11/30/06
It really moves the fan better than an 80mm fan and i think that its quieter than an 80mm fan but not sure.
It throws more air than an 80mm fan though and that is a fact.
Not bad Reviewed by Duc from Saint-Laurent, PQ on 11/20/06
The selling point of the ThermoFlow series of Vantec is the little thermistor in front of the fan, which detects the internal case's temperature and the fan will throttle its speed to find a balance between cooling and noise output. This fan blows a nice amount of air and is not too loud. The fan does get noisy at the highest speed, though not all that bad. Overall, a nice product for users that want a no-hassle case fan that will cool on its own.
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