We recently got a look at the Vantec Aeroflow FX 92 CPU Cooler, but today we get a chance to look at the AeroFlow FX 120 CPU Cooler also provided by Vantec. While they are both similar in design the FX 120 provides a larger, 120mm fan and is quieter and providers more cooling power than the FX 92. This CPU cooler also supports most all CPU socket types and is thin, lightweight, and simple in design. Read on further to see the battle between the FX 120 and the FX 92.
- Heat-Pipe Direct Touch Technology (HDT)
- Three 8mm Diameter Heat-Pipe
- Fan Vibration Dampener
- 120mm High Performance PWM Fan
- 3-In-1 CPU Mounting Bracket
- Thin & Lightweight Heat Sink
- Supports Intel Socket 775/478 & AMD Socket AM2/754/939/940 CPU
Model: VAF-1225 Heat Sink Material: Aluminum Dimension: 84x120x159mm Weight: 680 g Heat Pipe Size: 8mm in Diameter Number of Heat Pipe: 3 Fan Dimension: 120x120x25mm PWM Bearing Type: Fluid Magnetic Bearing Fan Speed: 1000 ~ 2200 RPM Airflow: 72.1 ~ 99.6 CFM Noise Level: 20 ~ 32 dBA
The Vantec AeroFlow FX 120 comes packed in a well designed retail package. Descriptions of the product features with small representative images line the bottom of the front of the package while the top lays the product name. A clear plastic takes up most of the front of the box by displaying the actual CPU cooler. The back of the package provides a description, features, details, and package contents in an easy to understand fashion.
Inside of the box there is the CPU cooler, installation parts, and the User's Manual.