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Antec Cyclone Blower, Expansion Slot Cooling Fan

by Antec
263 customer reviews
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  • Airflow: 22 CFM
  • Speed: 2200 RPM
  • Acoustic Noise: 28 dBA
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Antec
  • Model Number: CYCLONE BLOWER
  • Device Type: Cooling

Product Description

Product Description

Cyclone blower - exhaust fan.

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Antec's Cyclone Blower slot-mounted cooling fan measures just 89 x 21 x 111 mm (W x H x D) to ensure a comfortable fit in any expansion slot. The high-power (2,200 rpm/22 CFM), low-noise (28 dBA) fan is optimized for keeping your video and other expansion cards happy and cool inside your CPU.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 3.6 x 0.9 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000051299
  • Item model number: CYCLONE BLOWER
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (263 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 12, 2000

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Friendly_cl on July 25, 2006
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I have a Compaq SR1820NX desktop which is a very quiet machine in most time. Only when it has run for quite a long time and it is hot in the room, the system fan will run at full speed and becomes very noisy. Since I added a 7600gs passive heatsink card, the system fan needs to work at full speed more often. So I decided to add an additional fan and place it directly beneath my video card. This fan is really poweful, you can sense the strong wind flow coming out from it. And since this fan helps a lot in circulting the air in the tower, my system fan never needs to work at full speed again. Another good thing is my video card temperature ranges from 55-73 down to 45-55. That's a big drop! The only complaint I have is the 28db is quite noticable and a little bit annoying especially when the room is quiet. Overall I recommand this product. If you own a passive heatsink video card and you plan to OC it, this is a must buy.
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42 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Stanward S. M. Oshiro on June 7, 2001
For those of you who work on your computer for extended hours, this system cooler is for you. Flowing at 42cfm(Cubic Feet per Minute), there is a lot of air to go around, literally!
This easy-to-install Cyclone Blower can cool a very decent sized computer case. I have it installed in my full tower case, and this fan can pack a punch against heat! I noticed a drop in temperature by 4 degrees. That's enough to combat deadly heat!
I think it is definately worth it to purchase this item and place one in each computer.
You can place this sucker right below your video card if you are a gamer(that video card can heat up!).
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By denesK on May 4, 2013
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After ordering this item, I realised, that the fan size was facing into the wrong direction, competing against my GPU (dual crossfireX) fans. There is great news: you can easily pop the rear plate off, and simply turn the fan around, so instead of facing up in the case, it can be facing down (e.g. drawing heat away from a gnu-s back. I think they should include this at the description.

Hope it helps someone make a decision. The product is quality, it is not cheap plastic but it is fairly loud. Well, unless you are water cooled you are loud anyway with 2-3 GPUs stuck into your pc.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By John Williamson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 25, 2008
There's a vast amount of heat generated inside of a PC, especially if it's used for a lot of gaming and/or graphics activity. Add a few components such as an upgraded graphics card or sound card, and the temperature begins to climb even more. Adding extra RAM results in additional heat buildup. The original standard case fans help cool the system, but by and large they usually only provide basic airflow that's usually sufficient for the PC for which they were designed.

Heat erodes the life span of electronic components and devices. High case and component temperatures effectively making a PC more unstable and decrease the life of the components. If you increase air circulation, you will lower the case temperature. For cost-conscious shoppers and PC enthusiasts who want maximum bang-for-the-buck, use a cost-effective PCI slot fan. They work very well due to the fact that they exhaust the hot air directly out of the back of the case, instead of reticulating it.

Some of the best of these are the highly rated Antec Cyclone Blower Case Fan and the Cyclo PCI Slot Blue Led Fan from Thermaltake. Placing either of these in an open slot as close to a hot PCI video card or other high activity adapter board will usually give excellent results towards lowering the temperature inside of the computer case, and either is good for removing hotspots over PCI graphics cards.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Trevor K. Thomas on September 7, 2004
I popped this guy right in under my ATI Radeon card and it does a real nice job drawing the air out. I can't hear it at all. It was a great purchase for the price.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chris on May 20, 2003
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I have to say, the fan does have some noise to it, butnot enuf to be objectionable. It does the job well. I use it in poorly designed cases (such as the older Compaq Presarios) where there was never enough ventilation and there is no spot for a regular case fan. Place the fan as far up the motherboard's PCI slots as you can, heat rises and it seems to do a better job up there. If you want to cool your vid card, this is the perfect fan.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By rpg bob on July 25, 2003
I had been having a problem with my computer running really hot, so for quit awhile I had been operating my PC with the cover off. That helped the cooling but exposed my PC to dirt and the noise level was high. I decided to get this fan because I could place it in a vacant slot right under my video card. My only concern being that it may interfere with the video cards fan and damage the cards fan, but that doesn't seem the case so far. Time will tell.

I read someone is having noise problems with this fan. I haven't had any problems with noise so far (no buzzing like my video fan does at start up) and my computer is a lot quieter since I can put the cover on. Thats a load off my ears.

I would say you are safe with this fan if you can spare an empty slot to put it in.
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