Friday, March 11th 2011

Enermax Releases T.B.Silence Series Fans

Enermax today released its TB.Silence line of fans. The fans were first unveiled at this year's CeBIT event, earlier this month. T.B.Silence fans use a special wavy blade profile Enermax calls "Batwing", that improves air-flow to rotational speed ratio. The fan motor supports 4-pin PWM-based speed control, but is fully compatible with older 3-pin voltage-based control. In some "manual control" models, to the power cable, rotary speed control knobs are attached, which can be kept outside the case. The fans feature twister-type bearings that set the MTBF high up to 100,000 hours. The T.B.Silence series comes in four models, and in two sizes: 80 mm and 120 mm:
  • UCTB8A (80mm / manual control) ; 800 - 2500 RPM (speed) ; 10 dBA (minimum sound output) ; €6.99
  • UCTB12A (120mm / manual control) ; 800 - 1500 RPM ; 10 dBA ; €10.99
  • UCTB8P (80mm / PWM) ; 500 - 2200 RPM ; 8 dBA | €8.99
  • UCTB12P (120mm / PWM) ; 500 - 1500 RPM ; 8 dBA ; €12.99

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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4 Comments on Enermax Releases T.B.Silence Series Fans

#1
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
the fan in the pic looks suspiciously like a Re-badged Aerocool fan ive seen many times before....
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#2
mascotzel
It looks like Enermax vents from Magma and Cluster series.
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Aether
by: FreedomEclipse
the fan in the pic looks suspiciously like a Re-badged Aerocool fan ive seen many times before....
The only Aerocool fan that comes to mind is the Shark; it looks somewhat similar...but definitely different, the T.B. Silence is not a rebadge in my book. As mascotzel correctly said, this adopts most of its feature from the Magma and Cluster series fans (i.e. the "Batwing" fins and "HALO" frame).
I have both the Aerocool shark and the Enermax Magma and I can attest to both of these fans being excellent choices, and I would image this TB Silence fan would also be an excellent fan.
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