• Akasa 120mm Apache Fan
  • Akasa 120mm Apache Fan

    Author: Rhys
    Published: July 13th, 2009 12:06 PM
    Category: Cooling,Reviews
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main Akasa 120mm Apache Fan

Introduction

Cooling fans have always been a sector of the computer market which has always been improving. With advancements such as silent bearings, PWM control and mixtures of blade designs, it’s always very difficult to choose the very best case fan. But today, Akasa hopes to make the decision simpler with their ‘Apache Fan’.

Features

  • Super silent APACHE fans in camouflage colours
  • S-FLOW fan blade design delivers 30% higher airflow>
  • IP-54 military standard moisture and dust protection
  • Super silent with PWM auto speed control
  • Hydro Dynamic Bearing extends fan life up to 50,000 hours

Specifications

Dimension

120 X 120 X 25mm

Bearing

HDB (Hydro Dynamic Bearing)

Speed

600 -1300 RPM

Max airflow

57.53 CFM (97.74 m3/h)

Sound level

6.9 -16.05 dB(A)

Max static air pressure

26.40 mm-H2O

Rated voltage

12V

Connector

PWM-4pin

Akasa’s main unique selling point for this fan is the blade design; Akasa says it delivers 30% higher airflow than ordinary fans.

specs Akasa 120mm Apache Fan


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