Tuesday, December 29th 2020

Thermaltake Unveils TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce that the new TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan is available for purchase. The TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo is a PWM controlled fan that now performs at a maximum speed of 2500 RPM. These high-quality, great performance fans are made with our 2nd generation hydraulic bearing and metal reinforced hub, which are optimized for high static pressure while maintaining minimal noise levels. The liquid crystal polymer (LCP) fan blades are extremely tensile in strength; their low thermal expansion coefficient can reduce the fan's vibration when running at full speed. If you think you need some extra boost from the Thermaltake's TOUGHFAN series products, don't hesitate to try out the TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan.
Features of Thermaltake TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan:
PWM Controlled Fans
PWM-controlled fans allow the temperature sensor on the motherboard to send signals to the fans, allowing them to ramp up when needed or slow down when necessary.

High Air Pressure and High Air Flow
TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan is designed with a static pressure of 3.78 mm-H2O and with an airflow of 72.69 CFM.

Optimized Gen.2 Hydraulic bearing
It is equipped with an optimized second-generation hydraulic bearing. The hydraulic bearing's unique structural design stores the lubricant in tiny grooves of those easily abraded areas, which not only decreases friction significantly but achieves a longer lifespan.

Anti-Vibration Mounting System
The In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads dampen the vibration of the fan allowing the fan to spin at higher levels without compromising noise levels. The fan is designed with 80% coverage for all corners, maintaining low noise levels when in operation.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing
The TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Fan is available for purchase on December 29th, 2020, via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. Fans are backed by a two-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network. For up-to-date pricing of The TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo, please refer to the Thermaltake website or contact your local Thermaltake sales or PR representative.

To learn more about Thermaltake TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan, please visit:
https://www.thermaltake.com/toughfan-12-turbo-high-static-pressure-fan-single-pack.html
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16 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan

#1
micropage7
looks pretty good and we have something that non RGB :D
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#2
owen10578
So a faster and knockoff Noctua NF-A12x25
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#3
AnarchoPrimitiv
owen10578
So a faster and knockoff Noctua NF-A12x25
In every way, even down to the liquid crystal polymer and metal hub
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#4
Sihastru
owen10578
So a faster and knockoff Noctua NF-A12x25
Which in turn is a knockoff Sanyo Denki / NIDEC Gentle Typhoon.
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#5
Bones
Eh - I'd just get a couple of Delta's and be done with it.
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#6
Valantar
Sihastru
Which in turn is a knockoff Sanyo Denki / NIDEC Gentle Typhoon.
It really isn't. The GT has a rather different blade geometry from the A12x25, and lacks Noctua's stepped inlet frame design. Similar? Absolutely. They're both 9-blade static pressure optimized fans with heavily swept blades and large motors. But the GT had been surpassed in radiator cooling performance by most pressure optimized fans long before the A12x25 came and beat them all again (possibly save for the Arctic P12). This TT fan is kind of in between the two, but the sharp ends of the blades and the explicit marketing of liquid-crystal polymer blades (not that Noctua was the first to do that, obviously) does point towards them wanting some of that Noctua hype.
Bones
Eh - I'd just get a couple of Delta's and be done with it.
It's good to see that the deaf community is represented in PC enthusiast circles too! ;)
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#7
Rx771
Noctua copied Gental Typhoon, and hide A12x25 for 5 years, then said they made the best 120mm fan ever.
Thermaltake found their suck thermal solution all failed, then copy the most expensive fan to his product line for the same profit.

The poorest one, Nidec, develop""ed"" a best 120mm case fan, only authorize to few partner. Other no idea's poor manufactor just copy GT, like Noctua, keep profiteering.
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#8
puma99dk|
Who runs that small CPU air cooler on a Maximus board? :roll:
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#9
freeagent
Valantar
It's good to see that the deaf community is represented in PC enthusiast circles too! ;)
Nahh. You can run big fans quietly. I use 120x38s and they aren't loud unless I want them to be.
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#10
MDWiley
owen10578
So a faster and knockoff Noctua NF-A12x25
And it’s black, which is smart on TT’s part since Noctua still hasn’t made chromax versions.
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#11
TechLurker
I'm curious as to the performance of this fan vs the Noctua and GT, as well as the other "clone", CoolerMaster's MasterFan SF120M, which was also similarly rated for the same duties.
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#12
Oberon
TechLurker
I'm curious as to the performance of this fan vs the Noctua and GT, as well as the other "clone", CoolerMaster's MasterFan SF120M, which was also similarly rated for the same duties.
I've been asking for a review of the SF120M and this one for a while. VSG seems to be preoccupied with other reviews at the moment.
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#13
Crackong
MDWiley
And it’s black, which is smart on TT’s part since Noctua still hasn’t made chromax versions.
A12x25 chromax version is coming in Q2 2021 according to Noctua.

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Oberon
Crackong
A12x25 chromax version is coming in Q2 2021 according to Noctua.
Until it gets delayed for the... what? Fourth time, now?
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#15
DeathtoGnomes
Yea I'd like to see how this fan compares to other static pressure fans. 2500rpm would not be quiet enough.
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#16
Oberon
Oberon
Until it gets delayed for the... what? Fourth time, now?
Just here to say "I told you so" before TPU puts up the story.
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