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Spire Introduces the DustGuard Series Dust Filters

Spire continues to expand their range of PC accessories, proudly introducing the DustGuard series. The DustGuard series dust filters are universal dust filters and fan guard combinations, available in various sizes, such as 80, 90 and 120 mm.

The DustGuard can be installed on any same size DC fan or free fan space in your PC chassis. The DustGuard can be opened to remove the filter, thus making it possible to rinse the filter in water. The cover design is made so that it provides a durable solutions while not blocking to much airflow. As always, quality is guaranteed by our 2 year warranty and service program.

LEPA Introduces the BOL.Quiet Series Case Fans

Two years ago, LEPA has successfully introduced the first fan series. With the unique LED effects of the Casino and Chopper models, the manufacturer has quickly won the hearts of gamers and hardware enthusiasts. In the meantime, the LEPA engineers worked on new products and technological advancements to boost up the cooling performance of the fans. As a result, the company now presents the BOL.Quiet series with three new 12cm models. They are now available for sale in Europe.

The patented BOL Bearing from LEPA
All LEPA fans are based on a patented bearing technology. In comparison with usual ball bearing fans, LEPA's "Barometric Oilless Bearing" (BOL) ensures a smoother and quieter rotation. Furthermore, the BOL fans are designed for an extraordinary long lifetime of 160,000 hours MTBF! To reach such high performance capability, LEPA applies a self-lubricating sleeve made from a high-tech nano material as well as a magnet which connects the rotor with the base. That way, the manufacturer minimizes the contact area and can avoid annoying rattling or grinding noises.

HP's Fanless Chromebox Isn't

HP is alleged to be falsely marketing its Chromebox desktop as "fanless." The company in its marketing material (pictured below), describes its Chromebox as being "silent, quiet, and efficient," and "dust-free" due to its "fanless design." When tested by YouTube-based hardware reviewer Lyon Siedman, he noticed a hum and vibration caused only by the presence of a fan. When sifting through HP's very own disassembly guide (PDF), you'll find a picture that reveals its fan-heatsink, used to cool the 17W TDP CPU. Since when is "fanless" a figure of speech like "silent?"

Source: FanlessTech

Zalman ZM-DF12 Smart Fans Begin Selling

Zalman's most advanced fan, the ZM-DF12, started selling. Built in the 25 mm-thick 120 mm form-factor, the fan features a 'dual-impeller' design, which works to increase air-flow, at lower speeds. The dual-impeller is basically two sets of blades spinning along a common motor. The motor features a nano-polymer bearing that has lower thermal deformation over time than common fluid-dynamic bearing types. The fan features a 'reversed' frame assembly. The frame holds the hub from behind, rather than the front. The back part of the motor hub hence doesn't spin along with the impeller. It instead features the fan's in-built controller, that lets you control speed in three steps - 800 RPM, 1,200 RPM, and 1,600 RPM. The fan takes input from a 3-pin connector. At its maximum speed, it pushes 63.76 CFM of air, with 33 dBA noise output.

Spire Announces the Air Force 120 LED Fan

Spire today introduced its latest cooling creation, the Air Force 120 LED case/CPU cooler fan. Seen below, this new 120 mm model features a Nano precision bearing, a fan blade shape designed for 'ultra-silent operation', silicon rubber anti-vibration pads, sleeved wires, and four crystal blue LEDs.

The Air Force 120 LED can operate at 600 to 1500 RPM and has a maximum sound output of 22 dBA. The fan is backed by a five-year warranty and has a price tag of $18.95/€14.95 (before taxes).

CRYORIG Previews New H5 Coolers and RIMS Fan Concept at Computex

CRYORIG, innovator of PC thermal peripherals is releasing a whole new line of single tower coolers as well as an innovative case fan concept. The CRYORIG H Series will for the first time feature CRYORIG's proprietary Hive Fin technology, which allows the reduction of the airflow turbulence. An even faster exhaust of hot air is achieved thanks to the new Jet Fin Acceleration technology. Beginning with the 160 mm tall H5 and later the 145 mm tall H7 cooler, the H series will fit into the mainstream range of CRYORIG's product lineup.

CRYORIG furthermore presented an exciting new concept of soon to be released case fans. The RIMS series allows users to replace the whole fan bearing on their own. Replacement fan bearing units, such as the FDB and Ball Bearing version, will be available on the market separately. Users will also be able to detach the fan blade unit of the RIMS fans for cleaning purposes.

Corsair Unveils the Hydro Series HG10 GPU Cooling Bracket

Corsair, a worldwide leader in high-performance PC hardware, today announced the Hydro Series HG10 GPU cooling bracket, a powerful new accessory that gives gamers the opportunity to replace a stock graphics card cooler with any of Corsair's Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers. The resulting upgrade unleashes the GPU's hidden graphics performance by reducing GPU temperatures by as much as 50°C (122F), cutting down on droning fan noise, reducing GPU throttling, and boosting overclocking potential.

In conjunction with the new HG10, Corsair also premiered new LED-infused versions of its award-winning Air Series SP120 and SP140 static pressure fans in five different colors - red, white, blue, green, or purple.

Noctua Unveils its Flocked Surface Fans

Noctua showed off its newest innovation in PC fan design, the Flocked Surface impeller. Simply put, these fan impellers feature fibrous flock layers along the surface, which creates a turbulent boundary layer of air, much like dimples do on golf balls, resulting in increased air-flow, and decreased air-flow separation (whiplash). Noctua is flocking its fans in two ways, flocked impeller, and flocked frame interior. Examples of both are pictured below.

LEPA Unveils Four New Barometric Oil-less Bearing Fans

LEPA, the LED fan expert, announces its new series of fans, including the LEPA CASINO 4C Advance; LEPA BOL.QUIET PWM; LEPA BOL.QUIET Tri-Speed and the LEPA VORTEX 88C.

The four series feature the patented BOL (Barometric Oil-less) bearing, a self-lubricating design with nano-particles. BOL bearing features for minimal friction operation and is quieter than traditional 2 ball-bearing designs; the special nano-particles are especially applied for using in a high working ambient, with MTBF≧160,000 hours.

Noctua Introduces Two New Fan Product Lines and Accessory Kits

Noctua today expanded its product portfolio with two new fan product lines and a wide range of accessory kits. Whereas the redux line addresses price-conscious users by reissuing some of Noctua's most popular, award-winning models and presenting them in streamlined, more affordable packages, the industrialPPC (Protected Performance Cooling) line is conceived for industrial heavy duty applications that require enhanced cooling performance and advanced ingress protection.

"Our new product lines allow us to address audiences we have not been able to reach in the past", explains Mag. Roland Mossig (Noctua CEO), "Coming at about 3/4 of the price of our standard models, the redux line is ideal for all those looking for a more affordable entry into the world of premium quality quiet cooling. The industrialPPC fans fulfil our industry client's requests for high speed models that are suitable for use in challenging environments. However, I think they will also appeal to PC enthusiasts striving for extreme performance. Last but not least, the introduction of the two new product lines allows us to respond to the recurring demands for Noctua fans in different colors."

Scythe Unveils the Kaze Master Flat II Fan Controller

Japanese cooling-expert Scythe is hereby announcing the successor of the Kaze Master Flat. The new version is using the classic design of the predecessor but omits the Protective Display Cover and replaces it with a solid front-panel with decently implemented buttons, offering users a clean appearance and fast access.

The big Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) covers most of the front-panel space and provides great overview of values that matter. Total of four touch-sensitive buttons are located in the corners, giving access to all the main functions of the Kaze Master Flat II fan-controller. The buttons on the right side allow users to adjust the fan speed in the range from 0 to 9.999 RPM, depending on the connected fan. Fan speed is adjusted by changing the input-voltage between 3,7 and 12 volts, as it has been done with other Scythe fan-controllers in the past. Each fan channel supports regular 3-pin and 4-pin PWM fans. Total consumption per channel has been tripled to 3 ampere (36 watts).

Aerocool Announces the Air Force Case Fans

Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of world's leading manufacturers of excellent gaming PC gear, proves once again that great ideas can push the air cooling market further. After releasing the successful „Dead Silence" case fan series, which innovated the market thanks to its great performance and dual-material design, Aerocool now presents the "Air Force" case fan series. The new series features energy-efficient fan blade design and the Air Circulator attachment for guided airflow and intense cooling.

Aerocool offers both 120 and 140-millimeter models, which are available in several color-variation. Users have the choice between a classic "black edition" without LED illumination and the colorful editions with LED illumination, such as blue, white, orange and red. Fancy design is not the only aspect of the new Air Force series. High airflow at low noise level is achieved thanks to the energy-efficient fan blade design, which reduces air turbulence.

NZXT Unveils the Sentry 3 Touchscreen Fan Controller

Take your build to new heights with the Sentry 3's perfect blend of precision and power. The Sentry 3 combines five powerful fan channels with an extraordinarily intuitive UI, giving you complete control over your entire rig's cooling with the swipe of a finger.

The Sentry 3's huge 5.4 inch color touchscreen is 33% larger than any other single bay fan controller screen on the market. The newly introduced PowerSlide Bar gives you ultimate control over your fan channels, letting you adjust speed on the fly. Channel linking allows you to join any of the five fan channels together and control the link group simultaneously.

ENERMAX Unveils the TwisterPressure 120 mm Fan

ENERMAX is proud to bring the latest fan innovation for the PC cooling market, the TwisterPressure. This new fan uses a high-pressure blade design which enhances the cooling performance and is the ideal choice for CPU coolers and any applications with dense grills. The TwisterPressure fan features APS PWM, a Twister Bearing design, and is one of the few world leading fans that can run at 85 degrees Celsius consistently.

High Pressure Blades Design
High Pressure Blade design is a precision engineering of the blade angle and shape calculation. The blades centralize dispersed airflow to the center of the fan and create extremely high air pressure, high airflow while maintaining outstanding quietness.

NZXT to Release the FN V2 Series Case Fans

NZXT is pleased to announce the release of the FN V2 series case fans. Today's high-performance PCs require high-performance cooling, but as fan airflow increases, noise is a growing concern. NZXT's new FN V2 fans were redesigned from the ground up to offer better acoustics and even better performance than old-fashioned case fans.

Stylish, Strong, and Quiet
In real-world tests, the FN V2 fans achieve a remarkable noise rating of only 21 dBA, while still outputting an impressive 45 to 50 cubic feet per minute of cool air to protect valuable PC components. You can rely on the FN V2 fans to protect your PC quietly and unobtrusively well into the future. But you won't want to hide these fans away with their classic white blades and sleek design.

Enermax Completes T.B.Vegas LED Fan Series

The Enermax fans with the patented circular LED light belong to the most popular cooling solutions for gaming and modding systems. With up to 48 diodes (depending on the model), the Enermax fans have an impressive effect - even behind tinted acrylic windows or mesh panels. While reflex stripes on the blades create the characteristic curved rays of light, the single diodes can be controlled via an integrated micro chip to generate five fantastic LED effects.

With a 50 cm wire, the button to select the lightning mode can be attached comfortably inside or outside the chassis. The integrated chip further provides a memory function. It will store the light effect which has been selected before the system shut-down. Three colour versions of the T.B.Vegas Single are available: Blue, red or white.

CRYORIG R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler, XF140 and XT140 Fans Go On Sale

PC peripherals new comer CRYORIG's first products, the R1 Ultimate high-end CPU cooler and XF140, XT140 system fans are available now in Japan and Korea. And to celebrate the launch of the brand, CRYORIG is providing one free XF140 140 mm PWM fan upon purchases of the R1 Ultimate for limited time and quantity.

The CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is the accumulation of years of research and design. Integrating multiple manufacturing and design patents, the CRYORIG R1 Ultimate is jam packed with multiple one of a kind features. The long list of features include our patented DirectCompress full contact soldering process, Jet Fin Acceleration System, Heatpipe Convex-Align and Displacement Optimization Systems. Featuring two XF140 PWM fans, and with the upgradability to go with three fans. Also offering one of the industry's longest, 6 year warranty upon product registration.

Thermaltake Announces Luna and Pure Series LED High Airflow PC Case Fans

Since 1999, Thermaltake, the specialist and market leader in cooling over a decade, also being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units announcing new case fan series- "Luna" and "Pure". Both series provide efficient, and quiet cooling whether used to pull cool air into the PC system or push hot air out. Particularly, Luna series is the new stunning focus for 2014 Thermaltake PC case fans, the advancing technology in-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads offer hassle-free usage 80% protection coverage with four corners included.

With precisely balanced fan blades and long life bearing, Luna and Pure undoubtedly guarantees ultra low noise. "Luna series" releases three colors of selection (Red, White and Blue), to add up styles into the PC case; "Pure series" is available in 120 mm and 200 mm sizes with varies LED lighting options.

SHARKOON Introduces the SHARK Blades 120 mm Case Fans

SHARKOON Technologies has today launched the SHARK Blades a new line of case fans that take a ' triple attack approach to a silent and cooler system'. Seen below these fresh fans make use of a curved 3D frame design that improves air flow, they feature air-stabilizing fan blades and a Fluid Dynamic Sleeve Bearing, and are set to operate at 1,000 RPM - speed at which their sound output tops 19 dB(A).

The SHARK Blades cost 13 Euro and come in four color schemes - black/red, black/blue, black/green and black/yellow.

Cooler Master HybridFlow Case Fan Pictured

Hybrid-impeller fans are the rage again, following its launch by ASUS in its DirectCU Mini line of graphics cards. Cooler Master launched a case fan based on the same concept of an impeller with both lateral and axial flow blades, called HybridFlow. Unlike in a graphics card, where air flowing laterally has an escape through the rear panel, a case fan typically doesn't, and so Cooler Master designed the frame of the fan to funnel lateral flow outside (or wherever the fan's airflow is directed at). For now, HybridFlow comes in just the one size - 120 mm. Depending on how it's received, Cooler Master could try out other sizes.

Prolimatech to Release the StaticBooster 14 Fan Accessory

Prolimatech will soon be rolling out an accessory specifically-designed to increase the performance of its Ultra Sleek Vortex 14 140 mm fan. The StaticBooster 14 attaches to the Ultra Sleek Vortex 14 and directs airflow so as to increase static pressure and overall performance. Moreover, the add-on is claimed to lower vibrations and operating noise.

The StaticBooster 14 will be available in black and white. No word on pricing.

Aerocool Launches the 140 and 120 mm Dead Silence Case Fans

Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of world's leading manufacturers of excellent gaming PC gear, is excited to announce the launch of its innovative Dead Silence case fan series, which includes a 140 and 120 mm axial-fan model. Dead Silence is not simply a name; it's the main focus of the newly established products series, which is bringing forth new technology to innovate the cooling market. After an intensive development period, Aerocool Advanced Technologies was able to create an impressive case fan that combines the sturdiness and advantages of plastic with the flexibility and vibration absorption of rubber!

Tony Lin, CEO of Aerocool Advanced Technologies stated: "The Dead Silence series stands for great products, providing outstanding performance at ultra-low noise level. Our new DS fan series brings innovation to the market and displays the potential of the Dead Silence series very well."

CRYORIG Also Unveils the XT140 140 mm Slim Profile Fan

CRYORIG is a fresh new comer to the PC peripherals and thermal solutions market but with a core team of veterans that have worked with some of the most renowned brands such Thermalright, Prolimatech and Phanteks. With our experience and drive for innovation and improvement we are proud to present our XT140 140 mm Slim Profile PWM fan.

The CRYORIG XT140 is a high performance 13 mm thick 140 mm diameter PWM heatsink and system fan. The XF140 utilizes CRYORIG's built in Acoustic Vibration Absorbers, as well as featuring our own HPLN (High Precision Low Noise) bearing to bring optimal noise to performance ratio. The XT140's Slim Vortex blades offers performance near identical to that of 25 mm thick fans, offering performance and compatibility in a slim package.

CRYORIG Introduces the XF140 140 mm Fan

CRYORIG is a fresh new comer to the PC peripherals and thermal solutions market but with a core team of veterans that have worked with some of the most renowned brands such Thermalright, Prolimatech and Phanteks. With our experience and drive for innovation and improvement we are proud to present our XF140 140 mm PWM fan.

The CRYORIG XF140 is a high performance 140 mm PWM heatsink and system fan. The XF140 utilizes CRYORIG's built in Acoustic Vibration Absorbers, as well as featuring our own HPLN (High Precision Low Noise) bearing to bring optimal noise to performance ratio.
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