One of world's most Silence fan with breakthrough technology and innovation
Beautifully finished "Dual Color and Dual Material" Fan
The world's first dual-layered fan blades - combination of plastic and rubber fan blades to absorb "Wind" noise
"Golf Ball" surface design on the back rubber side of the fan blades to minimize the air turbulence
Optimized fan blade angle design for a perfect balance of airflow and noise
Noise and shock reduction fan frame incorporating four Silencer Blocks and anti-vibration rubber pads on each mounting holes
Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) delivers longer life span, higher precision rotation and anti-shock function
Low starting voltage of 3V
Four Anti-vibration screws are included for easier installation
Power cables are "black" sleeved with both 3pin and Molex 4pin connectors
Low speed 7V Voltage Reduction Cable included for ultra-low speed with unrecognizable noise
Pantent - Taiwan - M 468707; Patent pending - USA/Germany/China
Fan Speed: 1500 ± 10% RPM
Air Flow: 81.5 CFM (138.1 m³/h)
Air Pressure: 2.29 mm H2O
Noise Level: 23.1 dBA
Fan Speed: 1100 ± 10% RPM
Air Flow: 62.5 CFM (105.9 m³/h)
Air Pressure: 1.25 mm H2O
Noise Level: 14.8 dBA
Bearing System: FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing)
Rated Voltage: 12V
Starting Voltage: â‰¥3.0V
Rated Current: 0.3A
Power Consumption: 3.6W
Power Connector: 3Pin w/ signal cable
MTBF: 100,000 hours
Dimensions: 120.0 x 120.0 x 25.0 mm
Weight: 170.0 g
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Reviewed by Michael Wilkerson from Escalon, CA on 02/28/15
It looks good but I have them mounted behind filters so they are nearly invisible. The leds shines through nicely.
They are pretty quiet but not dead silent.
These fans replaced Aerocool Sharks. The Sharks move a good amount of air but are a bit noisy. The DS are much quieter but don't move nearly as much air as the Sharks do behind filters. I was looking for lots of quiet air flow and only got the quiet. They need to provide air to an AMD 8350 @ 4.8ghz with air cooling and just so not provide the air needed.
These fans are ok if you value looks and quiet over performance.
Reviewed by Anonymous from Scottsdale, AZ on 10/25/14
It looks cool. It sounds... well, it hardly makes a sound; and the airflow is good. Believe the reviews.
It is somewhat more expensive than other 120mm fans on the market.
Having looked at the various specifications of fans, the amount of air that this fan moves for the amount of noise it produces, it is worth the extra money. I read the reviews and thought they were too good to be true... But I am glad I took the chance. I didn't think it could live up to the hype, it does and more.