Thermaltake is introducing a new fan for all of your cooling needs. They are calling it Luna and it is much more improved than Thermaltake’s previous fans. And in typical Thermaltake fashion you have the choice of red, white or blue LED versions.
After experimenting with different options for fan blade design, Zalman has taken cue from the scientifically proven “shark fin” blade design that many manufacturers have adopted. This design is proven to reduce turbulance coming of the back side of the blades. With reduced turbulance, the blades are more stable, wear less on the bearings, and noise is significantly reduced.
This new CRYORIG XT140 is a high performance PWM fan and is 13 mm thick and has a 140 mm diameter. It makes use of the CRYORIG’s built in Acoustic Vibration Absorbers and features the HPLN (High Precision Low Noise) bearing. This helps to bring about the optimal noise to performance ratio.
Phanteks has introduced the latest PH-F140XP Series premium case/radiator fans. PH-F140XP with PWM caters in a way that it provides maximum performance with silent operation. PH-F140XP also encloses a 140mm mounting hole and offers fan upgrade option for users who want modified airflow for their cases and radiators.
There’s nothing more disappointing than building the ultimate gaming PC, and then finding out that peak performance is not being attained or maximum potential is being capped because of poor cooling. NZXT is proud to bring you the new FZ-200 – a monster of a fan so powerful, you could replace multiple fans with just one of it. Our engineers started off big. The new FZ-200 is 200mm large and boasts a 103CFM rating. This means you’re doing more with less. A single FZ-200 can provide double or triple the air-flow of smaller 120mm case fans. And because you’re using less fans you’re also reducing power usage and noise.
Noctua today presented the new, third generation of its signature S12 series quiet case fans, which have received more than 250 awards and recommendations from the international press. Featuring a further refined blade design with Anti-Stall Knobs that works in tandem with the new AAO (Advanced Acoustic Optimisation) frame, the NF-S12A improves the airflow/noise efficiency of its renowned predecessor by up to 8%.
Phanteks have been working in the cooling market for almost 20 years, but relatively recently they decided to breach into the consumer space with the incredible PH-TC14PE. Receiving rave reviews across the industry, Phanteks have made a name for themselves in very little time by dethroning the Noctua NH-D14, which was regarded as the king of air CPU cooling for quite some time. If you were to obtain a Phanteks PH-TC14PE, you’ll also be provided with 2 PH-F140TS 140mm case fans. These fans are rated to have very high airflow whilst not making much noise, credited to their Maelstrom Vortex Booster design on the blades of the fan itself. We’ve received the blue version of the PH-F140TS, but it comes in black, red, orange and white too. Keep reading if you want to see if this fan is able to blow away the competition.
Have you ever been working at your computer or laptop and felt a little hot? Being hot and uncomfortable makes working hard and you are less productive. I’ve had this happen to me on numerous occasions. Thermaltake has just the thing for this problem; they call it the Mobile Fan 12. It is a 12cm fan that sits on your desk and is powered by USB; there is even a speed control knob. Let’s take a look and see if this product is worth the $19.99 price tag.
Case fans really have not changed that much over the past few years. We have seen some different bearing types and of course LED and temperature display fans, but Thermaltake has something different for us today. Their new ISGC fans have a patented edge design that reduces 3% of total noise, a hydro dynamic bearing that reduces noise level and extends the lifetime of the fan up to 50,000 hours, and the fan blade shape increases air flow by 15%. Let’s check it out…