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Enermax Releases T.B.Silence Series Fans

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Enermax today released its TB.Silence line of fans. The fans were first unveiled at this year's CeBIT event, earlier this month. T.B.Silence fans use a special wavy blade profile Enermax calls "Batwing", that improves air-flow to rotational speed ratio. The fan motor supports 4-pin PWM-based speed control, but is fully compatible with older 3-pin voltage-based control. In some "manual control" models, to the power cable, rotary speed control knobs are attached, which can be kept outside the case. The fans feature twister-type bearings that set the MTBF high up to 100,000 hours. The T.B.Silence series comes in four models, and in two sizes: 80 mm and 120 mm:
  • UCTB8A (80mm / manual control) ; 800 - 2500 RPM (speed) ; 10 dBA (minimum sound output) ; €6.99
  • UCTB12A (120mm / manual control) ; 800 - 1500 RPM ; 10 dBA ; €10.99
  • UCTB8P (80mm / PWM) ; 500 - 2200 RPM ; 8 dBA | €8.99
  • UCTB12P (120mm / PWM) ; 500 - 1500 RPM ; 8 dBA ; €12.99


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the fan in the pic looks suspiciously like a Re-badged Aerocool fan ive seen many times before....
 

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the fan in the pic looks suspiciously like a Re-badged Aerocool fan ive seen many times before....
The only Aerocool fan that comes to mind is the Shark; it looks somewhat similar...but definitely different, the T.B. Silence is not a rebadge in my book. As mascotzel correctly said, this adopts most of its feature from the Magma and Cluster series fans (i.e. the "Batwing" fins and "HALO" frame).
I have both the Aerocool shark and the Enermax Magma and I can attest to both of these fans being excellent choices, and I would image this TB Silence fan would also be an excellent fan.
 
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Looks just like the Enermax T.B. Silence I put in my case last year, just has an inline speed control now.