Akasa 8cm Black PAX Silent Fan

80cm AKASA Black case fan, 3 pin, 2 ball bearing, Ultra quiet & Long life, Retail

Scan code: LN28131 Manufacturer code: AK-181BK-2B Request call
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Product Overview Ultra Quiet & Long Life 80 x 25mm paxfan, 12v, 3-pin, twin ball bearing. Features Improve the airflow in your case with an Ultra quiet 80mm Paxfan with 3-pin connector and twin ball bearing to give a consistent long life performance.

• Ultra quiet 8cm black case fan
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12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
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12 months
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Akasa 8cm Black PAX Silent Fan
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