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Nanoxia Unveils Their New N.N.V. Series of Silent Fans


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Nanoxia announces itself as the only brand in the PC industry allowed to make use of a specific piece of technology, employed by German car manufacturers to circulate air in the seat heating of their cars. This enables them to offer the first virtually vibration-free PC fan in the world.

You all know the effect what happens, when you connect a vibrating fan to a solid body - noise is generated. This is one of the main sources of fan generated noise. In order to counteract this effect, the user had to employ various forms of decoupling materials. With our fans of the Special N.N.V. series, this problem is solved once and forever. The new "No Vibrations" principle provides us with torques of a particularly pleasant nature.

Nanoxia's Special N.N.V. fans consist of two different frames. The outer fan frame offers mounting points to install the fan inside a case or on a CPU-cooler. The inner impeller frame holds the rotor and the motor of the fan - it's decoupled from the outer frame by four rubberized dampers. An absolute novelty in the PC business, which allows a very smooth and silent running operation.

"We only use materials of the highest quality for the production of our fans. Particularly durable plastics, a high-quality hydrodynamic fan bearing and a very quiet motor ensure that the fan has a very high life expectancy. The use of fluid dynamic bearings guarantees that the fans stay smooth running and whisper quiet all the time, even after years of operation. In lieu of screws we use a very reliable new mounting kit for our new fans. Included are four push-pin bolts, which can easily be used to install the fan in no time and without any fuzz. The leave no trace behind and can be removed without any problem. Thus the installation and removing of the fans is a real breeze."

The Special N.N.V. fan series will consist of four 120 mm models. We expect them to become available in stores by the middle of February. The first model to reach us will be the Special N.N.V. Fan 120 PWM. Shortly thereafter the versions with 800, 1,200 and 2,000 rpm will follow. The technical data and the MSRP for all the models can be found below.

Specifications for the Special N.N.V. Fan Series:

Model: Nanoxia Special N.N.V. 120 - PWM
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Rotation Speed: 400 - 1,650 rpm
Voltage Range: 7 - 13.2 V
Rated Current: 0.11 A
Rated Power: 1.32 W
Airflow: max. 52.6 cfm
Accoustical Noise: max. 24.6 dB(A)
Static Pressure: max. 1.38 mm-H²O
Durability: 50,000 hours
Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Connector: 4-Pin PWM

Model: Nanoxia Special N.N.V. 120 - 800
  • Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
  • Rotation Speed: 800 rpm
  • Voltage Range: 9 - 13.2 V
  • Rated Current: 0.03 A
  • Rated Power: 0.36 W
  • Airflow: max. 27.2 cfm
  • Accoustical Noise: max. 6.1 dB(A)
  • Static Pressure: max. 0.35 mm-H²O
  • Durability: 50,000 hours
  • Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
  • Connector: 3-Pin Molex

Model: Nanoxia Special N.N.V. 120 - 1200
  • Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
  • Rotation Speed: 1,200 rpm
  • Voltage Range: 7 - 13.2 V
  • Rated Current: 0.055 A
  • Rated Power: 0.66 W
  • Airflow: max. 44.7 cfm
  • Accoustical Noise: max. 17.7 dB(A)
  • Static Pressure: max. 0.91 mm-H²O
  • Durability: 50,000 hours
  • Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
  • Connector: 3-Pin Molex

Model: Nanoxia Special N.N.V. 120 - 2000
  • Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
  • Rotation Speed: 2,000 rpm
  • Voltage Range: 7 - 13.2 V
  • Rated Current: 0.17 A
  • Rated Power: 2.04 W
  • Airflow: max. 73.0 cfm
  • Accoustical Noise: max. 29.0 dB(A)
  • Static Pressure: max. 2.22 mm-H²O
  • Durability: 50,000 hours
  • Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
  • Connector: 3-Pin Molex

Regarding pricing, all of the listed models will carry a price tag of €21.99.

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120mm only? :(
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looks fantastic , just great , even with nothing of RGB garbage .. :|


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the title should be "Nanoxia Unveils Their New even more cheap N.N.V. Series of Silent Cheap Fans"
its difficult to get good fans for a good price.
I use papst industrial dc fans in my case
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I have some BitFenix fans from several years ago with dual frames, welcome to the party Nanoxia!

Hey, at least these will cost ~$40 here in Canada, cheaper than Noctuas :rolleyes: LoLoLoL

I wont be happy until fans cost $100/unit.

@SetsunaFZero 38mm Panaflos are my choice. Pabst, Sunnon, Panaflo, Sanyo Denki or Delta are the ONLY fans that should be over $20/unit.
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