Asetek Vapochill Extreme Micro 92mm PWM Fan, Black, 3800rpm (DC Brushless) OEM

92mm Asetek Vapochill Extreme Micro PWM Fan, Black, 3800rpm (DC Brushless) OEM

Scan code: LN22034 Manufacturer code: AD0912US-A7BG Request call
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Product Overview A Quality Fan - Ideal for Case or CPU Cooler Use. Designed for Extreme Use. For Case and CPU Coolers.
Patented Fan design for Max Air Flow.
73.656 CFM Air Flow!
DC Brushless Fan made by Panaflo

The Fancontroller is also available - LN22032 Features The Fancontroller is also available - LN22032
Pack Information
Pack Type  
Individual Fan Specifications
Fan Diameter 92mm
Fan Depth  
Fan Speed 3800 rpm
Fan Blades  
Fan Specialization  
Airflow 73.656 CFM
Air Pressure  
Sound Level (dB) 29 dB
Sound Level (Sone)  
Motor Type  
Bearing Type  
Manual Speed Controller No
Material Plastic
Fan Colour Black
LED Colour  
MTBF 51000 Hours
Fan Fixing  
Cable length  

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DOA Period:
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RTB Period:
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Additional Notes:
1 Year with Scan and Total 5 Years Direct with Asetek

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92mm Asetek Vapochill Extreme Micro PWM Fan, Black, 3800rpm (DC Brushless) OEM is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredibly powerful fan for smaller/older cases I needed this odd fan size in a high rpm for a replacement faulty part in an HP 1070uk, works perfectly well and ramps just like the old fan using cpu control. A+ all around.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from case fan does the job well excellent service as always from scan nice fan good price and does trhe job
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth a look Bought two of these to replace the fans on two Xigmatek Cobra heatsinks which were spinning up to 2800rpm and were not quiet . You could say that they are noisy at full speed but with PWM they really don't have to , mine run run at 1700 rpm idle [inaudible] to 2350rpm [you can hear it but not by much with all the gunfire going on] playing Battlefield 4 with a FX8320/Phenom 965 and have much more range than the standard fan if it needs it , they can spin at up past 3500 rpm but so far it has not been needed . It has turned the Cobra in to a better cooler than the Noctua NH-C12P SE14 which I bought to replace it . With Prime 95 it was 52 degrees and rising with the Noctua versus 50 degrees and falling with the Cobra , all at less than 2600 rpm . For the money one of the best fans I have bought . Recommended .
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing airflow for such a small fan.... but noisy Bought 2 of these to make a custom chipset cooler for my overheating Gigabyte VRMs. At full speed these fans are LOUD, but restricted down to about 1600rpm they are barely audible, yet still give an impressive amount of airflow. At the price, these are excellent value for money
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As an exhaust, pretty good. Spins fast though. Make sure you plug this into either a mobo fan header or a fan controller, this thing does spin at 3800rpm and that will no doubt create some noise. Turned out 2mm too large for the case I used it in; held in by one screw and 3 cable ties; it seems to be working just fine, not vibrating audibly and a great exhaust fan for a moderately-sized system.
Date published: 2015-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of both worlds and a bargain! Because of having a PWM input, you can choose the speed anywhere from almost silent hardly turning to noisy but blowing a lot of air. It draws about 480mA, (6 Watts) on full power (full/no pwm input) and 33mA on minimum power (Minimum PWM/grounded PWM wire) Wires are : Black 0V Yellow +12V Green tach output Blue: PWM in (0.6V threshold)
Date published: 2015-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of airflow and noisy The fan is used to cool R9 290 AMD GPU and it does it quite well.
Date published: 2015-02-05
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