Thursday, December 23rd 2021

Thermaltake Unveils TOUGHFAN 12 and 14 High Static-Pressure Radiator Fan White Edition

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, unveils the new TOUGHFAN 12/14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan White to add some flair to the original TOUGHFAN series while continuing to achieve superlative cooling results. The multicolored TOUGHFAN series become more comprehensive with a series of colors including Black, Turquoise, Racing Green and White for the TOUGHFAN 12, and Black and White for the TOUGHFAN 14.

Alike all the TOUGHFAN series products, the TOUGHFAN 12/14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan White Edition guarantees quiet cooling performance, outstanding stability, and superior lifespan. The TOUGHFAN 12/14 White features a high static pressure fan with PWM-control, allowing the fan to perform at a maximum operating speed of up to 2000 RPM while maintaining a low audio noise level of only 22.3 dB-A. The centerpiece of the TOUGHFAN 12/14's motor hub is made of full steel and copper housing that reinforces the shaft, which can help to enhance the stability and durability as well as lower noise level while the fan is operating. The anti-vibration rubber pads attached to the corners also helps dampen the vibration and protect the fan as well as the case. Besides, an optimized second-generation hydraulic bearing in a unique structure design allows lubricant to concentrate in lubricating the critical areas, better reducing friction and further extending the fan's lifespan.
The fascinating appearance of TOUGHFAN 12/14 White is a highlight which cannot be neglected. Installing the white-color fans is like putting the finishing touches on your PC builds. The fan blade is made from liquid crystal polymer (LCP) compounds that are very tensile in strength; their low thermal expansion coefficient can reduce the fan's vibration under full-speed load. The fan blades of White Edition are in the color of light gray with a pearl reflection, being elegant and extremely stunning for an all-white build.

The TOUGHFAN 12/14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan White is available for purchase now. PC enthusiasts who are looking for both functional and beautiful fans for your PC, or those who are keen to build an all-white setup, don't miss out!

Availability and Warranty
The TOUGHFAN 12/14 White High Static Pressure Radiator Fan is available for purchase 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.
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24 Comments on Thermaltake Unveils TOUGHFAN 12 and 14 High Static-Pressure Radiator Fan White Edition

#1
koaschten
manufacturer releases "high static pressure" fan, does not tell the static pressure in press release. :kookoo:
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#2
bogami
Certainly a high pressure fen , has a price that exceeds five times the normal value ! :wtf: and the description is full of snake milk ! 22.3 dB is very hair-raising, maybe in the next room as you breathe louder and the background has more noise.
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#3
TheDeeGee
Noctua better have Chromax versions ready of the A14x25 in Q2 2022, and not just brown.
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#6
Blueberries
Mom: We have A12x25 at home
A12X25 at home:
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#7
INSTG8R
Vanguard Beta Tester
Nobody should consider buying any fans until GN get they’re new 60K fan testing rig up and running.
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#8
TheDeeGee
INSTG8RNobody should consider buying any fans until GN get they’re new 60K fan testing rig up and running.
And then buy something i don't like because it's good.

The data will be interesting, but i will still buy Noctua.
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#9
INSTG8R
Vanguard Beta Tester
TheDeeGeeAnd then buy something i don't like because it's good.

The data will be interesting, but i will still buy Noctua.
Oh I’m a hardcore Noctua guy myself run 2 2K Industrials in my case and frankly that’s all it needs. I don’t hear them because I game in 5.1 but that piece of kit it gonna once and for all give us the absolute no variables hard numbers that can’t be disputed.
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#10
Skylinestar
TheDeeGeeNoctua better have Chromax versions ready of the A14x25 in Q2 2022, and not just brown.
Waiting for A15
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#11
Tigger
I'm the only one
TheDeeGeeNo, the new 140 MM fan based on the A12x25.

This photo is from 2019, so it will be looking way different once it comes out.

I like that
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#12
Zareek
INSTG8ROh I’m a hardcore Noctua guy myself run 2 2K Industrials in my case and frankly that’s all it needs. I don’t hear them because I game in 5.1 but that piece of kit it gonna once and for all give us the absolute no variables hard numbers that can’t be disputed.
With the prices on the redux series, it's hard not to be a Noctua guy. Where else can you get the quietest, best built fans for mainstream fan prices. I just swapped a few older Corsair fans that I paid way too much for, for a pair of the 1700rpm redux 120s. They are quieter at the same speeds and move just as much air. Oh, and they no longer are the color of something that came from the toilet, I'd prefer black but the gray is alright. I also happened to need some fans for a second chassis I'm bringing back to life for the wife.
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#13
Caring1
koaschtenmanufacturer releases "high static pressure" fan, does not tell the static pressure in press release. :kookoo:
2. 41mm-H2O for the 12cm
3.54 mm-H2O for the 14cm
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#14
junglist724
ZareekWith the prices on the redux series, it's hard not to be a Noctua guy. Where else can you get the quietest, best built fans for mainstream fan prices. I just swapped a few older Corsair fans that I paid way too much for, for a pair of the 1700rpm redux 120s. They are quieter at the same speeds and move just as much air. Oh, and they no longer are the color of something that came from the toilet, I'd prefer black but the gray is alright. I also happened to need some fans for a second chassis I'm bringing back to life for the wife.
Aside from the NF-A12x25 and NF-A14(to a lesser degree), Noctua fans don't perform all that well in airflow or noise. The NF-F12 is especially bad. Just look at the fan reviews on this site. They are extremely reliable though.

What I really want is a 140mm version of the Phanteks t30-120
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#15
Zareek
junglist724Aside from the NF-A12x25 and NF-A14(to a lesser degree), Noctua fans don't perform all that well in airflow or noise. The NF-F12 is especially bad. Just look at the fan reviews on this site. They are extremely reliable though.

What I really want is a 140mm version of the Phanteks t30-120
I find fan noise to be extremely subjective and 90% of the time these fans will be at 500 rpm anyway. At this point, the only top case fan I've had that lasted was a Corsair ML Pro and for the price of the ML Pro which is still going strong, I got two redux fans. I guess we'll see how the redux fans hold up, if they don't last for at least 3 years, I'll get a few more ML Pros and call it a day.
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#16
bonehead123
The tagline should read "White, but with black & grey accents" :cry:

so sadd that nobody can seem to make any pc parts 100% white.....
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#17
Nephilim666
bonehead123The tagline should read "White, but with black & grey accents" :cry:

so sadd that nobody can seem to make any pc parts 100% white.....
Thankfully it looks like the accents would all be removable.
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#18
AnarchoPrimitiv
bonehead123The tagline should read "White, but with black & grey accents" :cry:

so sadd that nobody can seem to make any pc parts 100% white.....
I feel you, I have a white build....

On another note, I honestly don't see the point in fans of this tier....I have a Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic and have 12 cheap fans in it, 3 on top, 3 on bottom, and 6 in a push/pull on my 360 AIO mounted vertically to the right of the mobo...my 2700x never gets above 55°C gaming and video editing, and even stress testing, it never gets above 70°, my 5700XT Nitro never gets out of the 50°s no matter what, and that's with fans that cost $89 for nine of them...what I'm saying is, what would spending $30 per fan offer me? I'm not hating, I'm honestly asking what consumer use case warrants the price of these fans
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#19
bonehead123
Nephilim666Thankfully it looks like the accents would all be removable.
Perhaps with the vibration dampers and the TT badge in the center, but I doubt anyone would (or could) wanna try to remove those grey stripes/textures or whatever they are in the fan blade's plastic material.....
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#20
TechLurker
Considering the Toughfan 12 more or less is in dead heat with Noctua's A12x25 and similar RPM Gentle Typhoons across many reviews, but at a generally cheaper (than the A12x25) or equal (GTs) cost, it's no surprise that TT is taking advantage of Noctua's slow color release and Nidec's lack of interest to corner the particular niche the A12x25 and GTs dominate through color options (and we know that many PC builders can be vain enough to pick by color than performance or longevity).
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#21
Nephilim666
bonehead123Perhaps with the vibration dampers and the TT badge in the center, but I doubt anyone would (or could) wanna try to remove those grey stripes/textures or whatever they are in the fan blade's plastic material.....
I think that's the texture in the liquid crystal material used to make the impeller. You're right definitely not removable.
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#22
Memmento Mori
TheDeeGeeNo, the new 140 MM fan based on the A12x25.

This photo is from 2019, so it will be looking way different once it comes out.


Looks pretty much the same shape.... tl-c14x
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#23
fluxc0d3r
I hate how every manufacturer has every other color: black, white, blue or whatever, BUT NO RED case fan.

What happened to red?

I mean you have Turquoise, Pink, or Green...and still no red fan.
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#24
Adam Krazispeed
look just like a black version of a noctua fan.... just like coolermaster..... do these companies just but these from a chinease mfr and put thier lable on them?// SEEMS LIKE IT TO ME NOW!!! look identical to noctua fan?
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