Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake 12cm TurboFan
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Thermaltake A2492 Case Fan
12 August 2013
Excerpt: Quiet (initially) and has wonderful air flow. TT has good produts usually. Currently sounds like a berring is going out and I've only had it for 4 months. The final fan (which was the similar fan) lasted for just about 1.five years, so I got this one particular pondering I would most likely get...
Excerpt: Quite quiet - I essentially didn't notice it went out. Airflow was wonderful. Right after 9 months of use the fan bearing locked up. The energy continued to flow which generated a lot of heat. This didn't cause any harm simply because I caught the issue quickly enough. Also, it's not flashy.
Excerpt: The pro is thermaltake. I like the new design and style with far more fins, as this increases airflow. The RPM and 120mm size keeps the fan relatively silent. I only use 120mm fans since they are a lot more silent. I only trust my thermal management to thermaltake.
Excerpt: Speed is NOT a greater priority more than size when selecting a fan. That doesn't even make any sense. When selecting a laptop case or CPU fan, the ONLY two items that matter are dBA and CFM. In other words, how loud and how significantly air it moves.
Excerpt: Moves a lot of air. I could barely really feel the air flow in and out with my old fan. I can really feel this one particular. Keeps my case and CPU quite cool. Louder than expected, although I normally only notice at evening and the noise isn't too irritating.