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Silverstone SST-FM123 120mm Cream Bullet Fan 900-2600rpm Inc Control Module Hub with on/off

120mm Silverstone SST-FM123 Cream Bullet Fan 900-2600rpm Inc Control Module Hub with on/off

Scan code: LN19025 Manufacturer code: SST-FM123 Request call
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Product Overview Silverstone are pleased to announce their FM123 120mm fan which provides aerodynamic and quietness in one package. Features • Bullet hub design for aerodynamic airflow
• All white fan blades and frame
• 900rpm~2600rpm wide speed range
• Long life dual ball bearing motor
• Control module with on/off function

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