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The Scythe "Gentle Typhoon" 120mm x 25mm Fan achieves high airflow volume and low noise with the newly designed impeller, enabling silent cooling of the latest devices which run very hot. This fan is also silenced by the newly designed motor and motor support mechanism of the Gentle Typhoon uses a double vibration reduction structure. The new support mechanism uses coil dampers to greatly reduce vibration.
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Total Reviews: 18 Average Rating:
Reviewer: Ultrasonic2 (7)
As i''ve said in previous reviews when reviewing Fans manufactures seem to just make up the DBA''s and in this fase the fan is WAY quieter that other fans rated at the same value. The most important thing is this fan is still quiet when it''s restricted by a rad unlike other fans that make heaps more noise. these are replacing the 4250 versions of this fan on my rads it was to loud and wasn''t able to spin slow enough without motor noise. These i can run at 100% all this time as they are far quieter than the other fans in my fans. Looking back the new 2000+ fans would have been better . i may just run these at 15v (+12 -3v) for now.
Reviewer: Ryan (2)
Just a note, the 4-pin adapter is a 3-pin fan header to 4-pin Molex. Not to a PWM fan header. Good air flow with low noise.
Really good fans!07-23-2012
Reviewer: ctrl_alt_del (0)
I have 5 of these pushing 2 EK XTX radiators - at 1850RPM (max speed) there is a hum but really quiet. at 1000RPM, they are inaudible. Still a lot of airflow at 1kRPM. Recommended!
Loud, but cool.06-18-2012
Reviewer: TheInternal (1)
These fans are NOT quiet, and I''ve yet to find a way to lower their RPM via software or BIOS solutions. They apparently don''t like to play nice with fan control software and hardware. If you like your computing silent like me, I can not suggest these. They seem to do a good job at moving air though.
Reviewer: Jason (1)
I installed these in a push/pull configuration on a Corsair H60. One of them has begun to make a quite loud and annoying "whirring" noise. To verify it, while the fans were running, I unplugged one fan, and the whirring continued. I unplugged the other fan, and the whirring stopped. I made need to replace this one fan, as even though it functions just fine, it whirs at a high enough pitch to ruin movies, music, and just about anything audio other than videogames (which are generally loud and full of sounds that drown it out). Oh well, guess it''s the luck of the draw on defective ones...