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Antec SpotCool

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Antec SpotCool

Antec SpotCool is a PC cooler that is specially designed to provide cooling on any type of motherboard. User is able to place the SpotCool on any motherboard as it is designed in small and simple device; user just need to simply mount it on a motherboard mounting hole, angle the fan as desired and power it from a motherboard fan connector.

Features

The SpotCool is designed in simple device as it only has a fan that can be angled as desired to focus the cooling on certain parts i…

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Antec SpotCool

Antec SpotCool is a PC cooler that is specially designed to provide cooling on any type of motherboard. User is able to place the SpotCool on any motherboard as it is designed in small and simple device; user just need to simply mount it on a motherboard mounting hole, angle the fan as desired and power it from a motherboard fan connector.

Features

The SpotCool is designed in simple device as it only has a fan that can be angled as desired to focus the cooling on certain parts in the desktop. Thus, it can be mounted at almost anywhere inside a case. It is able to cools RAM and expansion cards or wherever that user thinks the system needs it. Besides that, it also features 3 speeds that lets user to choose which fan speed works best to fulfil their requirement. Furthermore, it also features a blue LED that signals it is in operation. The Antec comes with a short cabled fan controller that lets user switch it between 1200, 1600 and 2000 RPM, powered off a three or four pin. The CFM ranges between 39, 56 and 79.

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