Cooler Master debuts Silencio FP120 cooling fans

Cooler Master debuts Silencio FP120 cooling fans

The Taiwanese maker of cooling solutions Cooler Master has released the new Silencio FP120 line of noiseless cooling fans. The list of new features starts immediately – all fans in the line come with the exclusive Loop Dynamic Bearing (LDB) technology which dramatically increases the fans’ longevity – they can work for up to 160 000 hours!

The Silencio FP120 fans also come with a crucial feature – the chassis of the fans fully meet the IP6X anti-dust specifications and sport the Silent Driver IC technology, which reduces power consumption, vibrations and noise levels. Thanks to the innovative blades the fans also provide improved airflow as well as special protection against fan jams and if this unfortunate scenario happens there’s an auto-resume function once the obstacles get cleared.

There are two models as of now and all of them come with 120 mm fans. The Silencio FP120 3PIN model spins at 1200 rpm and pushes 38 CFM at 11 dBA of noise. The Silencio FP120 PWM offers performance at minimum noise levels – it spins at 800-1400 rpm and pushes up to 44 CFM at 6.5-14 dBA of noise.

The fans will be on the European market in early February. There’s no information on the prices of the fans.

Source: Cooler Master

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