|Item model number||TRUE QUIET 120|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 7 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10 x 7 x 1.5 inches|
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- 2-way switch to select fan speed
- unique fan blade and silicone grommets to reduce turbulence and noise
- tool-less mounting screws for quick and easy installation
- 120mm x 120mm x 25mm
- Low 600 RPM, 8.9 dBA, 0.6m³ / min (21.5 CFM) / High 1000 RPM, 19.9 dBA, 1.0m³ / min (35.8 CFM)
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 10 x 1.5 in||1.1 x 4.7 x 4.7 in||4.8 x 4.8 x 1 in||4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 in||4.73 x 4.73 x 1 in||4.73 x 4.73 x 1 in|
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Antec's True Quiet fans bring proven cooling and Quiet Computing to your system. Constructed for versatility, True Quiet fans include a convenient 2-speed switch that allows you to easily choose either silent or maximum RPM cooling. Because a functional computer relies on more than just cooling, True Quiet is equipped with silicone grommets and a uniquely-designed fan blade to reduce turbulence, vibration and noise for overall quiet operation. True Quiet comes in 120 mm fan. Upgrade your fans and add optimal cooling and functionality to your PC with True Quiet.
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I did not use the goofy "tool less" rubber band thingies to mount the fans, I used fan screws. I am not really sure about the need for a tool less item for PCs, I mean, how often do you change out the parts? In fact, if you use the rubber things, then you can't really remove the fans without cutting them anyway, so they are not really tool less.
One additional con is there are no markings on the fan itself as to which direction it rotates or blows air like other brands/models. You can only assume that the side the wiring leads from is the side that faces in.
Fan itself blows cool enough, but only using the higher setting (comes with low setting also, which is pretty useless). Quiet factor is quite good. The CoolerMaster around the same price certainly moves more air, but was much louder.
I actually got the fan with black rubber on the corners, not yellow like in the picture. But I like it black so that was perfect.
Max RPM is 800.
Cons: It is hard to fit in a case... if it were not for this, then I would have given this fan 5 stars.
So, I got this to go in my Cooler Master N200 case. I was wanting to put it in the back of the case to push air out, while moving the fan that was there to the front to have dual fans pulling air into the case from the front.
The problem is that most fans have the plastic in the shape of a square, and then the fan spins in that space, attached from the center. This fan has all the blades attached, and together they form a "disk" shape, rather than separate fans. The disk goes all the way to the edges of the fan without plastic between them, and whatever you are attaching the fan to.
So, because I was trying to fit the fan in a tight space, the edges of the disk blade were pressed against my case... thus preventing the fan from spinning. I ended up not being able to even use the fan for what I got it for.
Instead, I had to pull the fan off of my Cooler Master T4 CPU cooler and replace it with this Antec fan. Then, put the fan that WAS on my cpu cooler in the back of the case to push air out.
In the end, I was OK. But only because I could just put it somewhere else. Had it not been for that, I would have had to return it.
So, just make sure that your fan will not be in a tight space and you should be ok. The sides of the fan can't really be touching anything, or the blade will not spin.