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Antec True Quiet 120mm Case Fan

120mm Antec TrueQuiet 120, 1000rpm, 35.8CFM, 19.9dB, Case Fan with Manual 2-Speed Switch

Antec
Scan code: LN37871 Manufacturer code: 0-761345-75250-3 Request call
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Product Overview Antec's TrueQuiet fans bring proven cooling and Quiet Computing™ to your system. Constructed for versatility, TrueQuiet fans include a convenient 2-speed switch that allows you to easily choose either silent or maximum RPM cooling. Because a functional computer relies on more than just cooling, TrueQuiet is equipped with silicone grommets and a uniquely-designed fan blade to reduce turbulence, vibration and noise for overall quiet operation. Features • 2-way switch to select fan speed.
• Unique fan blade and silicone grommets to reduce turbulence and noise.
• Tool-less mounting screws for quick and easy installation.
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Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
14 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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