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SilverStone FM121 (White) Dual ball bearing Case Fan + 2400rpm Pro Use - Hi End

120mm SilverStone FM121 (White) Dual ball bearing Case Fan + 2400rpm Pro Use - Hi End

SilverStone
Scan code: LN10266 Manufacturer code: SST-FM121 Request call
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High End
Product Overview The FM121 is a superb 120mm fan package with manual adjustable fan controller. Equipped with 9 fan blades, it offers elevated quietness and performance levels beyond traditional 7 bladed fans. Finding a perfect speed for this fan in any given application is simple on the included aluminum fan controller. Constructed out of high strength white colored plastic and polished to a smooth shine, the FM121 is the ultimate solution for any PC and HTPC enthusiasts looking to upgrade their 120mm fan. Features • Unique 9-bladed design
• All white fan blade and frame
• 800rpm ~ 2400rpm speed range
• Long-life dual ball bearing motor
• Stylish aluminum fan controller
• 17dBA at 800rpm, 39.5dBA at 2400rpm
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747

Additional Notes:
1 year warranty back to Scan subject to manufacturer's warranty.

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