Gentle Typhoon Performance Radiator Fan - 1450rpm, 45.9cfm - Black Edition

$CAD 27.99


Part Number: D1225C12B4AP-72
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Gentle Typhoon - Black Edition. 

Attention: Custom sleeved fans are not returnable. Sleeving job is done at Daz best effort  and will delay your order for at least one business day (max 3). See pictures of complete sleeving for result looks. Heatshrink is always black color. Photos of available sleeving colors HERE.

 

Description

High Performance:

The GentleTyphoon achieves high airflow volume and low noise with special 9-blade impeller, enabling silent cooling of the latest devices which run very hot. 

Silent Operation: 
The GentleTyphoon has a different type of tone. The fan propeller is designed to reduce the disturbing frequency fan noise to human ears.

Innovative Technology: 

The unique designed motor and motor support mechanism of the GentleTyphoon uses custom double vibration reduction structure to greatly reduce vibration.

 

Specification:

  • Speed:  1450RPM
  • Air performance : 45.9CFM
  • Noise: 23db (25cm from the fan, free air)
  • Power: 12VDC, 0.049A (0.25A peak max)
  • Operational voltage range: 5-12V
  • Bearing: Ball
  • Expected life: 100000h/35c or 55000h/60c
  • Appearance: Full black
  • Dimensions:  119 x 119 x 25 mm / 4.68 x 4.68 x 0.98 in


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Excellent - By Teni E at 06/29/2016

This 1450 RPM model is somewhat of the sweet spot for these fans. I find that at 1450 RPM, even run at max, these fans are almost completely silent. The only other fans I find close to them are the eLoop fans and the Be Quiet Silent/Pure Wings, but the Be Quiet fans are not nearly as good for radiator usage. Put on a 360mm front mounted radiator in a customized S340 case, they are very, very quiet, and push enough airflow to have the air felt through the rear vents on the case. Very good, and no need to slow them down, so much easier to use without a fan controller and such. My favourite radiator fan, now that I've figured out easy fan blade removal for painting. Thanks to Daz for driving their return into the enthusiast market!

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