CRYORIG, innovator of PC thermal solutions is releasing it's new QF120 line of 120 mm PWM system fans. The new QF120 line features CRYORIG's proprietary Quad Air Inlet system. Four strategically placed air intakes line up the corners of the QF120 fan frame, allowing the static pressure optimized fan blades take in extra air from the sides of the fan frame increasing overall air output. HPLN High Precision Low Noise bearing from the XF140 line makes a return in the QF120 Series for low noise performance. The fans will cover a wide RPM spectrum with PWM control, allowing users to fine tune it to their liking individually. Integrated rubber Vibration Absorbers also come preinstalled to absorb excess vibration.
The QF120 will initially be released in three different models, QF120 Silent, QF120 Balanced and QF120 Performance. The QF120 Balanced features a moderate fan speed range from 330 to 1,600 RPM in order to offer good balance between performance, RPM and noise. The range is low enough for low noise use, and powerful enough for high load computing. The QF120 Silent features ultra low RPM speeds of 200 to 1.000 RPM with the minimum noise level of 5 dBA, virtually inaudible inside a PC chassis, while still pushing good airflow. The perfect solution for those who need near silence but still want their system cool and stable.
The QF120 Performance at 600 to 2.200 RPM is extremely fast and extremely cool. The RPM range is wide enough for the fan to be a multi-use fan, either as a CPU or a system fan. Once unleashed, the max 2.200 RPM creates nearly double the airflow of regular 120 mm sized fans and enough cooling force for even the most extreme overclocks. The QF120 will be release alongside the H7, scheduled for January 12th in the USA, Japan and Taiwan for 13 USD, 1.700 JPY and 390 NTD respectively. Other regions in Europe and Asia will soon follow in February 2015.
For more information, visit the product page.
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