Antec debuts TrueQuiet 120 UFO fans in Europe

Antec debuts TrueQuiet 120 UFO fans in Europe

The popular PSU and cooling fan maker Antec has introduced the new TrueQuiet 120 UFO line of cooling fans. The new line is available in Europe as of now and features a number of improvements that lead to better performance and lower noise levels.

The TrueQuiet 120 UFO combines two crucial features – the fans in the line sport extremely high efficiency and extremely low noise levels. This is due to the fact that the fans feature nine specially shaped fan-blades that prevent swirls and other unwanted noise. In addition the fans include rubberized contact points to the housing that help dampen vibrations and rubber fins that allow users to install the fans with no tools needed. 

Apart from low noise levels and high efficiency the new TrueQuiet 120 UFO fans are also beautiful. They come with transparent LED rings that help the fans illuminate PC cases in green, red, white or blue. The fans are 120 mm in size and offer two speeds – 1000 rpm at 19.9 dBa of noise and 600 rpm at just 8.9 dBa of noise.

The new TrueQuiet 120 UFO fan line is available now. A single fan from the line costs GBP 12.95 MSRP with VAT included.

Source: Antec

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