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The ultimate in airflow to noise ratio, iXtrema Pro Quiet Fans are the only fans in the industry to be designed with silence and optimal airflow in mind. Smaller, domed motor hub, larger, more dramatic fan blade sweep area, no other fans on the market come even close in performance!
The new Fluid Dynamic Bearings offer better fan life, don't burn up lubricant, and run quieter. One symptom of the note is that the bearing fluid becomes less viscous during disuse, so the fan may run slowly before it is properly warmed up. Regular usage will avoid this problem.
Foward Sweeping Fan Blades
The forward sweeping fan blade design increases static pressure compared to other silent fans and offers better airflow in areas where ventilation is restricted.
Reduced Motor Size
The reduced motor size and conical shape allows for the largest blade surface area of any fan and improves aerodynamics compared to the cylindrical dead-spot of other silent fans.
Rubber Fan Mounts
The silicone-composite fan mounts dampen motor vibration and prevents resonance or so-called "case rattle" caused when fan vibrations reaches the chassis.
Power Connector Converter
The included power connector converter cable lets the user choose to use either standard 4-pin power supply connectors or the 3-pin RPM monitoring capable fan connectors.
Total Reviews: 19 Average Rating:
Great fan so far!06-14-2010
Finally bought this to replace the Cessna engine in our G4 -- a little trial and error but figured out how to use the adapter and hooked it up to the P5 port under the HD carrier. Just a tip if you decide to upgrade.
Clear a few things up11-16-2009
Writing this review from the UK! Rather then writing a review, thought I would share a video of the fan in action, the only other thing running is my PSU. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmyL3SoYtag These fans are as quiet as Silenx make them out to be, I''ve no way to test the actual CFM but the fan performs as well as a 89cfm xigmatek. bare in mind the fans seem to have low static pressure, I would not use them as push fans on a rad.
Reviewer: Cannot Push Air (1)
I tried this fan with the Corsair H50 and due to the design of the fan blades, it cannot push air unless there''s no obstruction. It''s wimpy.
Reviewer: elvendawn (1)
As most mention, the pictured is the 25mm version, this is the 38mm fan, and I''ve used this fan for over a year running 24/7. So far its been a solid fan. Also for those who doubt the spec''s it definitely pushes out a lot more air then my 56cfm Arctic Cooling fans I have powering the rear of my case.
Quiet but not 90cfm11-29-2008
Reviewer: Hank (1)
Compared to a 120vac fan with 110cfm at 46dba the SilenX fans are extremely quiet but about half the cfm.