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The BitFenix Spectre Fan is engineered for both silent operation and maximum airflow. The spectre will keep your entire system well ventilated without making it sound like an airplane hangar. Spectre Fans are designed with sickle fan blades, which enhance airflow without producing excess noise. Fluid dynamic bearings reduce friction for long life and quiet operation, while an attractive matte finish gives your entire system a look that's second to none.
Powerful yet whisper-quiet - The Spectre Fan Series.
Keeping your cool shouldn't mean having to make a racket at the same time. BitFenix Spectre fans are designed to cool silently, so you can keep you mind focused on the task at hand.
Spectre Fans feature sickle fan blades, which create a torrent of air without creating excess noise. This means that your system stays cool in the heat of battle without disturbing your computing environment.
Fluid Dynamic Bearings
FDB technology keeps things running smoothly by reducing friction for long life and silent operation.
Spectre Fans are made out of thermoplastic crystalline polymer, which lends a luxurious matte finish. Made from quality materials, Spectre keeps your system looking great.
Total Reviews: 2 Average Rating:
Reviewer: Jon (2)
I got two of these fans for my Bitfenix colossus side panel. I also got the ninja vibration reducers. The fans are a bit on the loud side but push a ton of air. Reduced the temperature of my 7970 about 3 degrees. The fans have a 4pin connector which i was unaware of. would recommend them.
Nice fan, low pressure not so nice.09-10-2012
Reviewer: Anon (3)
Not cheap. This one is a tricky decision to buy. The older spectre series fans don''t push as much air as the spectre pro fans but they are quieter and cheaper. That being said, unless you are really penny pinching and don''t need that much air flow/pressure, don''t buy this. Buy the spectre pro fan or another fan altogether. I used this in a thermaltake icage in a Rosewill Thor v2 and it is *satisfactory* for cooling hard drives because with hard drives a *little* bit of air moving over them goes a long way, so I don''t need the spectre pro. But, if I bought something a bit different like cooler master''s version of the icage that puts 4 3.5" drives into 3 5.25" slots, you would be well advised to get a spectre pro or corsair SP120 because you need more pressure. The pressure on the original spectre''s is very *LOW*, so be warned. Other than that, they are beautiful fans.