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Zaward Intros New 50 mm Fan

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. btarunr

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    Zaward introduced a new 50 mm fan for PC, server, and electronics applications. Measuring 50 x 50 x 10 mm, the fan spins at speeds of up to 5,000 RPM ± 10%. It uses a 9-blade impeller that pushes 8.9 CFM of air, with a noise level of 29.2 dBA. It uses a common ball-bearing design that gives it an MTBF of 50,000 hours. It is available in 3-wire, 3-pin connection, that draws 1.2W of power using 12V DC / 0.1A. It will be available through OEM and retail channels soon.

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    I don't want to be rude... but what the heck is that?

    Such lame specs. Ball Bearing? 29.2 dBA??

    I would like to recommend Sunon Maglev series, it seems these ones come from medieval age...

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    I have to agree, the specs compared to other server/industrial class fans are on the low side.
     
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    It's quite unremarkable in every possible way...
     
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    I could use a replacement 50mm for my wonky Fractal Designs fan. But this does not fit the bill...
     
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    Is this really worth the news? It's just some fan. I'd understand if it was a 50mm fan that spits fire and makes sheep noises while spinning and has pink LED's all over, but c'mon, a regular ball bearing black fan? I am disappoint.
     
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    are you drunk bta?
     
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    this is not that?

    the old cooler from this ati rage fury maxx card ?

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    Some people reinventing the wheel .... and it seems that it comes with corners:)
     
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    Does it even scream loud enough like a real server banshee shriek fan? lol
     
  10. de.das.dude

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    ooo. not cool.
     
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    50mm ball-bearing fans are truly rare ... heck ... I want one :)
     
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    maybe put some LEDs and maybe ill consider buying it
     
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  13. de.das.dude

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    i have 5 new ones. and they are cheap compared to larger fans.

    2$ a piece.
     

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