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Antec TriCool Ventola, 80 mm, Trasparente
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Non importa che tipo di fan che stai cercando, la linea Antec TriCool offre prestazioni affidabili e stabili. Disponibile in 80, 92 e 120 millimetri, ventole TriCool offrono il perfetto equilibrio di silenziosità ed efficienza. Ventole TriCool sono dotate di interruttore a 3 velocità in modo da poter trovare l'equilibrio ideale di quiete e di raffreddamento.
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On high speed I can definitely hear a whirring sound when I'm a few feet away from the entertainment cabinet, while on low I can't hear the fan at all unless I'm right next to it, which is what I was looking for.
The other problem I had was that the 3 speed High/Med/Low switch was about half the length of the original case fan. It wouldn't reach anywhere that was easy to adjust. I ended up routing it to the inside of the hard drive holding case through a slot in the side. If you had 3 drives in the case, you wouldn't be able to make it work like I did, but I only had one SSD in this case so it worked okay.
If you have the original Nine Hundred case, I'd recommend sticking with the original style or upgrading both of your front fans at the same time. I believe the original one is on Amazon as well, but it was a little more expensive which is why I went with this one.
I've been using Antec cases and fans since 1999 and I know their quality. I felt confident that this fan would last for at least a few years. I'm a designer and can be very picky about the details of my projects. First and foremost, components I choose must be reliable; but getting just the right design, look or color is also big deal to me. As a systems engineer, I have had to settle for function and stability over appearance way too often. I was happy to find these little gems because they meet both of these qualifications. I didn't expect the fan to be so inexpensive; nor did I expect it to have such perfect lighting. I ordered two of them!
~ Why did I buy these? ~
My family hooked me up with some great pc components for a new workstation build for Christmas. As I was putting this together I found that I needed to cool two key areas of the interior. Two of these red fans worked perfectly.
~ What are these fans like and what do the color options compare to? ~
This Antec 80mm red LED fan is brilliantly lit with a perfect red color that happens to match the ThermalTake Riing fans Thermaltake Ring 14 High Static Pressure 140mm Circular Ring Case/Radiator Fan with Anti-Vibration Mounting System Cooling CL-F039-PL14RE-A Red I am also using. I love the ThermalTake Riing engineering... you just can't beat TT Riing fans for the price but they don't currently have anything smaller than a 120mm product--that's when I thought to search for some of the Antec offerings. These are perfectly sized to stick in a recessed area or corner of a case to make sure target areas get sufficient cooling. These also work great as HDD bay cooling fans as they create very little noise and are super stable with no wobble or vibration. The speed selector also allows you to tune the airflow & resulting noise to the levels you need for your particular use.
~ Summary ~
If you are looking to build a system with red interior lighting, consider these.These come with all the necessary hardware to mount them. They don't rattle; are well balanced; and very quiet. The amount of air that these guys move can be adjusted to just the right amount. Even on low/silent the airflow is perfectly adequate. When I need to do some number crunching, I slide the selector switch a notch or two and the airflow increases plenty with only minimal noise increase.
I won't hesitate to recommend these to anyone looking for quality led fans that have adjustable manual speed options. Pair them with red ThermalTake Riing 140's / 120's for a nice matching interior color and constant, but quiet airflow.
** What else can you use these on?
I have used these and other Antec LED fans on microcontroller projects, PC mods, personal cooling systems, cooling units and power supplies for 12v LED lighting systems used indoors, in automobiles, on parade floats and also in house boat projects such as homemade led fixtures.
(1) Use a Phillips head screwdriver that has a lot of grip both in terms of gripping the screws and gripping leverage for you hand.
(2) Arrange your tower and your body so your pushing force is exactly perpendicular to the fan and surface it's going on.
(3) Push hard into the screws for maximum grip and minimal slipping/stripping.
Do this and you'll have no problems. But if you're being lazy and doing it weakly or at an angle, you're asking for problems. But seriously is it too much to ask for hard screws? Woulda gladly paid a dollar more for them, just build it into the price.
This thing sounds like a wind turbine on both these settings especial on high. Being Antec I was expecting it to be less noisy but I think the barrings and plastic itself is what contributes to the noise vs much more expensive fans which use a type that conducts less sound. I do use rubber fan mounts so the sound isn't from vibration. Also, the cable extension (the part with the 3 pin connector) does NOT conduct electricity though the molex part does, which makes the 3 pin connection completely pointless. I have another one from Rosewill and it doesn't work either so I think all these companies get these extensions from the same source manufacturers.Fortunately the 3 pin connection built into the fan reaches all of my motherboard fan connectors. I don't bother with molex because the power is GREATLY inhibited causing the fan to spin about 1/3 of the speed it gets when connected directly to the motherboard (I have a high quality PSU from EVGA BTW).
The wire for the speed control needs to be 3 times as long so one can have the option of extending them outside the case. Does NO good to have them INSIDE the case where you can access them. If you're like me you HATE how hard it is to reattach a side panel on most PC cases.
I'd still recommend this if you wear headphones while gaming and want the fans to run on high to reduce the heat produced by heavy loads. Though I'll admit you will probably tune out the high fan noise if you're gaming without headphones, but if watching videos on your computer you'll want to reduce the fan speed for sure.