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- Featuring hydraulic bearings; a cost-efficient compromise between a standard sleeve bearing and a true FDB
- Equipped with a counter-balancing magnet in the hub that reduces the axial tension on the bearing, further protecting
- the longevity of the bearing
- Optimized fan geometry for a good balance between static pressure and maximum airflow, resulting in good performance
- in all usage scenarios
- Aerodynamically shaped thin stator struts (including wire strut), mimicking the design commonly found on airplane
- wings, delivering correct angles allowing for air to easily pass through reducing noise and unwanted turbulence.
- Stator struts are angled perpendicular to the blades, helping to reduce noise commonly emitted when the blades
- pass the struts. In effect, minimal noise that may be emitted will be constant and therefore almost inaudible to the
- Strategically placed notches near the fan hub on the trailing edge of the blades, further reducing and diffusing
- humming noise produced when the blades pass the stator struts
- Includes a “trip wire” on the rear side of the blades, near the leading edge. The trip wire technology, also commonly
- found in airplane wing designs, introduces a micro-turbulent layer that helps to combat the elements that negatively
- affect performance. The presence of the trip wire overall provides a more efficient and quiet fan environment.
- The customized design of the Dynamic Series fans contributes to a beautiful, cool build
- Available in 120mm and 140mm fan sizes
- 48 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Chinchilla's CAD, Simulation, and Gaming Build
The fan is quiet, its airflow is okay, but it's priced well for a 140mm fan, mostly due to its hydraulic bearing.
- 29 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Worth the Wait | First-time Ryzen Build
I took these fans off another case I had purchased for my build because they fit my color scheme. That being said, they are super quiet at 7 volts and move a decent amount of air. This is likely due to the hydraulic bearing which transfers nearly no vibration to the frame in both vertical and horizontal orientation. At under $15, they offer a great noise to performance ratio.
- 27 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build Nano sRGB - small dev pc updated
Completely inaudiable. I can barely hear it even with my ear close to the fan.
- 26 points
- 39 months ago
from completed build Carbon Fiber Define S Build
Came with the case, very quiet, and look sexy. Well done Fractal.
- 21 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Project Blue Angel Rev 1.0 (Outdated)
10/10 Moves a good amount of air and stays quiet while doing it.
- 16 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build Windstärke V1
They are ok fans, move a ok about of air but they are dead silent and you can even stick your finger in them without it hurting. Its nothing I would recommend buying unless you could get it for around $5 or less.
- 12 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build "Red Lake" - My own dream machine
Great fan, matched the other two that came with my Define R5. Quiet too.
- 12 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Bergatroid
Came with the case and work decently well. I'm using them for front intake fans but I'm thinking about switching them out for some noctua fans with static pressure to pull more air in from the front.
- 11 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Bitfenix Prodigy Workstation v1
Good, silent case fan. The white is not yellowish as in many others.
- 10 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 1600 with Radeon RX 580
Case came with two of these and I chose to pick up two more to max out my motherboard system fan header capacity. These fans are super quiet and some of the best I have used in a while.
Only downside is they are not PWM