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Vantec TD9238H Tornado 92x92x38mm Double Ball Bearing High Performance Case Fan (Black)
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- Up to 100% More Air Flow Than Standard Case Fan
- Double Ball-Bearing Fans for Extended Fan Life
- Custom Made Cable for Fan RPM Detection
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I first bought the 80 MM version of this fan and put it on a voltage based speed controller. That was nearly silent on 3 volts and sent a dense narrow column of air on 12 volts across the van. 9 and 7.5 volts still moved a good amount of air without an ear bleeding volume.
So happy was I with the air moved, I bought this 92 MM version, and while it does move more Air, it is not that much more air. It produces a less high pitched roar at 12 volts than the 80mm version, but does not seem to move all that much more air. At lower voltages it is louder than the 80 mm fan, and vibrations are obvious whereas the 80 mm fan is much less so.
Either way both fans move air in a dense column in a straight line with no hotspots as other fans do, and at wider angles. They are loud, but with a speed controller can be suited for most any condition. If they made a 120mm version, I'd be all over it.
I use two in my computer room installed in my A/C vent to push cool air into the room. The room has a large bay window and gets very hot in the summer. I can easily keep the room 10F cooler using these fans to draw more A/C air into that room. Just need an adapter to use a 115 outlet that converts to 12VDC and has a molex plug on the end. I use two more for home made magnetic stir plates for yeast starters. For those I use the same adapter but swapped wires so I'm using the 5V side otherwise they spin way too fast. And finally I have one installed in my keggerator to circulate air. For that one I use the same adapter but I also have a speed controller to keep it quieter in that room (yeah, at full speed you can easily hear it inside the keggerator.
That said, these guys move a TON of air. I chopped the voltage down by rigging the fan up to a USB adapter wire (don't ask) which cut down the sound considerably. Still moves a lot of air and now I can just unplug it when I don't want to hear it.
Just an alternative use that appears to work very well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loud! Works great but holy crap! Get some sound proofing too if you're going to stream with this fan on.Published 6 days ago by Timothy Phoenix
MOVES A LOT OF AIR COOLS HOT PC PARTS MASSIVELY EPIC WIN , i myself don't care but others will complain that it sounds like a hair dryer ... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Trent A. Watson
Moves a ton of air, I have been using 9 of these in a generator shed for a year and they work great, even with a lot of heatPublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Moves crazy amounts of air but is way too loud in a normal household setting.Published 16 months ago by Brian Coles
Bought because of the flow rate. Very loud. Haven't noticed that it keeps things cooler. Will give you a headache working at the computer. Read morePublished on March 13, 2014 by Amazon Customer
so far keeps the dirtbike from boiling off it's coolant. how long it will stand up to shaking and powerwashing we'll see.Published on October 21, 2013 by James Knox