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Xilence Red Wing Case Fan 8cm

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80mm Xilence Red Wing, Molex to PSU or 4 Pin to Mobo Header, Mounting Screws Included!

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 19864  
Stock code: FAN-COO-XPF80R
Manuf. code: XPF80R
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Inexpensive and efficient SILENT 80mm case fan, with red fins!
Technical Data
  • Dimensions: 80x80x25
  • Voltage: 12 VDC
  • Start voltage: 7 VDC
  • Power consumption: 0,84 W
  • Rated current: 0,07 A
  • Fan speed: 1.500 rpm +/- 10%
  • Max. air flow: 19,6 CFM
  • Air pressure: 1,12 mmAq
  • Noise level: ~ 15 dB/A
  • Weight: 65 g

    Warranty Information:

    Manufacturer xilence
    Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
    Manufacturer Website
    Manufacturer Phone 0906 47 00 309

    Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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     Excellent by Dom

    This fan really is silent and for the money you really cant go wrong, thanks aria

    212 of 417 people rated this review as helpful

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    Fantastic by William Anderson

    These fans are super-quiet. Ive got 5 of them in my case (2 front, 2 rear, 1 side). The only thing I can hear now is the stock retail fan on my Athlon 64.

    One slight problem by A. J. Moss

    These fans come with three-pin motherboard connectors *and* four-pin Molex connectors attached, but there is no pass-through on the Molex connector.

    If you don't have enough spare power connectors on your PSU, you'll need to buy some Y-shaped Molex splitters to go with these fans.

    Question  Brushless fan??? by Munk

    Hi there!

    A simple question for alot of you I guess, but I don´t really know much about electronics, so here goes:

    Is this fan what you would call a "Brushless" fan, cause I need some brushless fans for a project I´m doing...

    Would appreciate it alot if anyone could answer this question for me !_!

    Answer by robinm on Thursday, November 13, 2008
    Its a good question. However Xilence do not specifiy motor type on their webpage. I guess there is a limit on how detailed they need to be.

     One word: Wow! by Harry

    I used to have 6 case-fans in my tower (I know...but I have 10 HDDs+++), and it used to sound like a 747 taking off when it was on - a 747 with a full load that is - and a strong tail-wind - along with serious downdrafts... Struggling rather hard i guess you could say ;-)

    I still have 6 fans. These ones. And they sound like ONE of the last ones! YAY! Now I can sleep while leaving my PC on to run off a gallery during the night!

    Not sure if there are fans that are more silent out there, but i DOUBT they are this great value (ok, they are downright CHEAP!)

    Me likey! (I hardly ever write these things, but these were worth mentioning ;-) )

    269 of 577 people rated this review as helpful

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