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Antec 120mm TriCool 3 Speed Fan

120mm Antec TriCool Manual 3-speed switch 3-pin & 4-pin connector Fan speed monitoring

Antec
Scan code: LN29884 Manufacturer code: 0-761345-75120-9 Request call
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Product Overview No matter what type of fan you're looking for, the Antec TriCool line offers reliable, stable performance. Available in 80, 92, and 120mm, TriCool fans offer the perfect balance of silence and efficiency. TriCool fans feature a 3-speed switch so you can find the ideal equilibrium of quiet and cooling. Features • 3-speed switch lets you balance quiet performance with maximum cooling
• 3-pin and 4-pin power connectors provide convenient connections to your motherboard or power supply
• Fan-speed monitoring capability included (requires compatible motherboard)
• Package Dimensions: 4.6"(L) x 7.1"(W) x 9.9(H)
• 11.68cm(L) x 18.03cm(W) x 25.15cm(H)
• Package Weight: 0.5 lbs/0.14 kgs
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
14 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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