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Scan code: LN24399 Manufacturer code: UCMAA12A

Enermax UCMAA12A Magma Advanced TWISTER Fan (M.B.T.) Batwing Blades 1.5k RPM inc Rubber A/V Plugs

120mm Enermax UCMAA12A Magma Advanced TWISTER Fan (M.B.T.) Batwing Blades 1000 to 1500 RPM inc Rubber A/V Plugs

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Scan code: LN24399 Manufacturer code: UCMAA12A
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Product Overview The Enermax Magma Advance is a fan for extreme conditions. Enermax uses high-quality, heat-resistant components, which are readily temperatures up to 85 ° C. Thus, the Enermax Magma Advance is perfect for use in servers, high-performance workstations or in overclocked systems. The new Shift Speed ??Control (SSC), the fan is also much more flexible than its predecessor UCMA12.

The maximum speed can be adjusted at the fan hub in three stages: Ultra Silent Mode (1,000 1/min) / Silent Mode (1,500 1/min ) / Performance Mode (1,800 1/min).

Enermax installed the proven Twister bearing which ensures a smooth and long lasting operation of up to 100,000 hours. The specially shaped Batwing fan blades increase the air flow and can be removed for cleaning as usual.


Package includes:
Magma Advance 12cm fan
4 Anti-vibration rubbers
3-Pin to 4-Pin Molex Adapter Features Shift Speed Control (SSC)
Multi-purpose fan with variable speed. With a small switch on the fan hub, the fan speed can be limited in three stages: Ultra Silent Mode (1,000 1/min) / Silent Mode (1,500 1/min) / Performance Mode (1,800 1/min).

For extreme conditions up to 85 ° C
and heat-resistant High-quality components ensure 100,000 hours cooling even at extreme operating temperatures of up to 85 ° C.

Twister Bearing
Smooth and persistent silent thanks to patented Twister Bearing Technology (min. 100,000 hours MTBF).

Batwing Blades
Powerful cooling by Batwing blades providing up to 20% increased airflow.

Effective vibration damping
isolator mounts reduce vibrations and facilitate installation of the fan.

Click Mechanism
Detachable blades for easy cleaning of dirt and dust.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
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