EVERCOOL Thermal Corp., Ltd. the professional and well-known cooler and fan brand. The leading brand of cooling aesthetics-EVERCOOL is going to launch Silent Shark Fan- SSF12.
Through the many human and material resources with the most advanced hydrodynamic design, imitating the structure of the shark's body, the Evercool's R & D team achieves the principle of shark fins in the latest 12-cm cooling fan. EVERCOOL exclusive shark gills with rib blade design, which in the operation to create a smooth vortex. At the same level, SSF-12 specifications have better heat-distribution and superior airflow efficiency but offers outstanding silent sense. SSF-12 is the best choice which able to strike a perfect balance of quietness and efficiency.
Breaking through the traditional and typical fan, the new Silent Shark Fan with sawtooth-shaped vanes creates high air pressure and provides great cooling performance. The special fan design provides optimized airflow to enhance heat dissipation effect.
Shark gills with rib blade design
Shark gills-shaped wind guides generate outstanding vortex airflow, and reduce the internal air pressure to reduce the noise.
Silent Shark Fan, which two functions for silent / overclocking speed control make it convenient and affordable for users flexible using. In addition, SSF equipped with anti-vibration rubber nails, can absorb vibration and reduce noise generation, and effectively reduce the vibration
caused in the operation bringing users the quality and a quiet operation of your computer environment.
Equipped with exclusive long-life bearings (Ever Lubricate bearing type), which can reach more than 40,000 hours, Silent Shark Fan can be an excellent quality and reasonable price choice for the users by its superior airflow efficiency quality quiet cooling.
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