Monday, June 29th 2020

DeepCool Intros Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S Fans for Radiators

DeepCool today introduced the Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S fan sets optimized for liquid-cooling applications owing to high static pressure, and a frame-design that's better suited for mounting along radiators. These fans are an evolution of the TF-series fans DeepCool debuted in 2015. The TF-120S is a 120 mm fan that comes in pack of four fans; while the TF-140S is a 140 mm fan, shipping in packs of three. Both SKUs include 4-port PWM fan hubs so a single PWM signal can power all fans in the set.

Much like the original TF-series from 2015, the TF-120S and TF-140S feature "double layer fan blade" design, which when combined with the "wasp waist" fan frame design work to increase air-flow and static pressure. The TF-120S spins between 500 to 1,800 RPM, pushing up to 64.4 CFM of air, with a pressure of 2.33 mm H₂O, and up to 32.1 dBA noise output at max speed; while the TF-140S does 400 to 1,600 RPM, pushing 97.03 CFM of air-flow, with 2.00 mm H₂O pressure, and up to 39.8 dBA noise output at max speed. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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3 Comments on DeepCool Intros Gamer Storm TF-120S and TF-140S Fans for Radiators

#1
bogami
A little higher speed would not hurt. Medium grief. Yes the motor is also part of the fan. So they are at the minimum I would want to use on radiators.
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RH92
bogami
A little higher speed would not hurt. Medium grief. Yes the motor is also part of the fan. So they are at the minimum I would want to use on radiators.
Higher than 1800 rpm ? So i guess you are trying to simulate jet engines with your rads :laugh: . Jokes aside yeah , maybe some peoples enjoy their rigs to be loud but personally i wouldn't go over 1200 rpm on rads .
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MEC-777
The TF fans are really good. Have used them for years on air-coolers and rads. These are a slight update on the original TF design. Really good quality and really well priced.
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