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Be Quiet! Intros SilentWings PWM Series Fans

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  1. btarunr

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    Be Quiet! is out with the SilentWings PWM series of case fans. Available in sizes of 80 mm, 92 mm, and 120 mm, the fans feature blades with ridged surfaces. The PWM controlled motor allows user cotnrol over the fan speed. The copper-core fluid dynamic bearing ensures longer service life of 300,000 hours. The fan frame comes with a screw-less mounting system.

    The 80 mm model comes with a rotational speed range of 500 ~ 2,000 rpm, 16.5 dBA of noise output, and up to 44.3 m³/h of airflow. The 92 mm model on the other hand, has a rotational speed ranged between 470 ~ 1,800 rpm, 17.5 dBA noise output, and 55.4 m³/h airflow. And lastly, the 120 mm one spins between 500 ~ 1,500 rpm, with a noise output of 18.5 dBA, and 85.5 m³/h of airflow. The three are priced between 11 to 14 EUR.

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    Source: TechConnect Magazine
     
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    These have been out for ages, I've been able to buy them of ebuyer for 2 months now :S
     
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    if we believe the manufacturer's specification, these must be superb fans..
     
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    Its just under 50 cfm by the by.

    Judging from my Be quiet PSU wouldn't be surprised if the specs were true.
     
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    Perchance is it the SilentWings USC and not the SilentWings PWM you're using? They both look the same. The PWM one comes with a PWM controller (like some Zalman CPU fans, for direct speed control).
     
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    Ahh yes, your right.

    Sorry heh.
     
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    So are these available anywhere?
     
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    And..........can't find where to buy them in Canada, le sigh.
     
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    Be Quiet needs to come to stateside me thinks.
     
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    I'm after a trade for my Be quiet psu at the moment :p
     
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    I don't know if I could buy a product that's so bossy.

    No! YOU be quiet! :roll:
     

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