be quiet! have just announced their newest and latest revision of fans for the Pure Wings series, the Pure Wings 2. These new fans have been launched by be quiet! featuring a modified fan blade design and a freshly planned Rifle bearing.
Enermax is delighted to launch their latest five fan models along with their new patented technology i.e. APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) Control. As the name indicates, the highest speed of these fans can be adjusted as per your preference, and the speed will be synchronized automatically by pulse-width modulation (PWM) or by an integrated thermal sensor after selecting the specific RPM range.
Recently one of the Japanese PC cooling experts “Scythe’’ revealed a brand new high performance PC fan series known as the Grand flex. the company got on track with its 28mm-thick 120mm variants, out of which four are the fixed-speed variants that include; Grand Flex 800 RPM ( SM1225GF12SL), 1200RPM ( SM1225GF12L), 1600RPM( SM1225GF12M), and 2000 RPM(SM1225GF12H). All these four variants have the 3-pin connectors. Scythe also revealed another model called the Grand Flex PWM (SM1225GF12SH-P) which spins at a speed of 600-2500 RPM and includes the 4-pin PWM fan control.
So you’re putting together your all out custom build. You’ve got the best processor, motherboard, memory, GPU, and case you can buy. Now is the time you’re going to have to start thinking about fans and cooling. Whether it be air or water, you will need fans. This is often forgotten till the end, and this item is crucial to bringing all those bits together and helping them to perform to their fullest. While there are many options when it comes to choosing fans, it is very important to be selective in order to get the right fan for your configuration as well as a good quality fan. Today we are going to be taking a look at a broad selection of 9 fans from one of the most lauded fan manufacturers, Noctua.
Enermax has released 5 new fan models that use their new patented APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) Control technology. What this new technology does is it allows you to set the peak speed of the fans yourself so they will never go over a specific RPM speed. Then the speed will be regulated by a PWM or an integrated thermal sensor. The 5 new fan models include Cluster Advance, Everest Advance, Magma Advance, T.B. Vegas Quad and T.B. Vegas.
Coming to us from the frozen north of Scandinavia is a product from Fractal Design. The Adjust 108 is a 6 channel fan controller from this award winning Swedish company. The minimalistic controller looks great on paper, but how does it perform? Follow along as we test this controller and see if it’s up to par.
Today we are looking at a pair of 140mm fans, the Silent Wings 2 from a company that seems to be too good at their name: be quiet!. Yes that is be quiet, with an exclamation point, and if you are like me this is probably the first time you have ever heard of them. Looking at their website, they certainly have a fairly full product line. The problem seems to be that none of it is for sale outside of Germany. With claims of near silent operation, it’s time to find out if they can actually live up to their namesake.
Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions extends its range of Silent fans. Building on their success in the computer fan market, GELID Solutions expands their Silent fan product range to now include 40 mm, 70 mm and 140 mm sizes with fixed fan speed and a 140mm size with PWM module. The GELID Silent series was designed for silent enthusiasts. GELID Silent fans provide additional airflow without increasing noise levels and at affordable prices. Precisely balanced fan blades and long life Hydro Dynamic bearing guarantee ultra low noise.
ENERMAX, leading PC case and power supply brand, has introduced their T.B. APOLLISH and T.B. VEGAS QUAD Case Fans. The fans are 18/20 cm, giving a large size for better cooling performance and are compatible with 18cm and 20 cm mounting holes. Both fans are compatible with Enermax’s Fulmo, Fulmo GT, Ostrog GT, Hoplite, and Coenus computer cases.
A European powerhouse the silent storm known as be quiet! is finally making its ways to the shores of the United States. Known for quality products with a certain silent flare the be quiet! cooling and power options are nothing to scoff at. Intricate designs and meaningful functionality separate be quiet! from many of the other competitors in the EU but can they make a dent in a market already saturated with quality cooling/power companies? Players like Corsair and Enermax better watch because something quiet might be sneaking up on them.
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