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Vantec TF9225

92x92x25mm Double Ball Bearing Temperature Controlled Case Fan T Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Vantec TF9225

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I give this fan a thumbs up all the way!

COMPGEEK, TigerDirect.com
12 August 2014
  • Summary: I installed the fan expecting a 3 prong plug, and found I needed to use both the 3 prong plug with the yellow ground wire, and the white 4 prong plug with the red + and the black - for my system to recognize the fan, so take that into consideration. The fan is awesome with the temp. sensor. It runs very quiet at idle and even when it ramps up the speed when system gets warm still runs at a low decibel reading, can barely hear it.
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Great Upgrade for Dell

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: I used this fan as a upgrade on a Dell Deminsion 4300. Mounted fine in the oem fan shroud for rear tower exhaust. The fan is not as thick as the oem but worked fine with no audible vibration issues. Moves plenty of air and not too noisy, but I have not stretched it out by no means. Great buy for a fan with thermale detection built onto the unit. Thanks eWiz!
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Great fan

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: It really moves the fan better than an 80mm fan and i think that its quieter than an 80mm fan but not sure. It throws more air than an 80mm fan though and that is a fact.
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Not bad

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: The selling point of the ThermoFlow series of Vantec is the little thermistor in front of the fan, which detects the internal case's temperature and the fan will throttle its speed to find a balance between cooling and noise output. This fan blows a nice amount of air and is not too loud. The fan does get noisy at the highest speed, though not all that bad. Overall, a nice product for users that want a no-hassle case fan that will cool on its own.
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Decent

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: At it's lower speeds this fan is nice and quiet. However, as the RPM's start rise so does the noise leveland borders on being too noisy.
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Good Vantec Fan

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: Great case fan from Vantec that can change it's airflow output automatically depending on how hot your computer is. It is easy to install and is of the higest quality.
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Rather Noisy

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: This is a big airflow fan. Noise levels are decent. This is a 92mm fan that is a bit of an odd size. Very good quality bearings, and easy to install.
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great air flow!

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: This is a great addition to further cool your hot hardware! It moves plenty of air, while having the ability to automatically change speeds with a thermal sensor! This is one great buy!
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max airflow

John C., super biiz
8 January 2008
  • Summary: Designed for moving the most air possible - and it does move a lot of air for maximum cooling. However, its noisy compared to other fans. Good for servers where cooling is required and noise is a secondary concern.
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User Review

Anonymous, TigerDirect.com
24 March 2004
  • Summary: Not such a bad fan. Noise could be bothersome but tolerable. It occupies a power supply connector so take that into account. Overall is a good fan and gets the job done.
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