Antec TrueQuiet UFO 120mm Blue LED PC Case Fan
The TrueQuiet 120 UFO case fan was designed to minimize sound while maximizing airflow in your PC. It reduces sound with nine low-turbulence fan blades and limits vibration with rubberized corners. Due to low vibration and minimal turbulence, this fan has a great airflow to noise ratio. It performs very well as an exhaust fan if builders are trying to create positive airflow within their enclosures. Antec’s TrueQuiet 120 UFO is backed by a 2-year limited warranty on parts and labor, so upgrade your fans for optimal quiet cooling that comes in a unique package.
The TrueQuiet 120 UFO accentuates all of these features with a translucent, glowing ring that comes in Blue. It is also available in Red, White, and Green Variants. The ring boarders the fan frame and illuminates its blades in the color of your choice. The lights allow users to customize the appearance of their builds while enjoying quiet and effective cooling.
Quick and Easy
Installation is also easy and quick thanks to the included silicone mounting inserts, which are easily inserted in to mount the fans to your case. Features • 2-way switch to select fan speed.
• Blue LEDs.
• Uniquely-designed fan blades increase air flow while reducing turbulence and noise.
• Silicone grommets to reduce vibration.
• Toolless mounting pins for quick and easy installation.
• Included 3-pin to Molex adapter.
|Edition||TrueQuiet 120 UFO Blue|
|Fan Depth||25 mm|
|Fan Speed||600 - 1000 rpm|
|Airflow||21.1 - 46.3 CFM|
|Sound Level||8.9 - 19.9 dB|
|Manual Speed Controller||Yes|
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