Fractal Design boasts Dynamic X2 cooling fans

Fractal Design boasts Dynamic X2 cooling fans

Fractal Design has announced a new line of cooling fans, known as Dynamic X2, which has come to retire the current Dynamic lineup.

The Dynamic X2 series includes two models as of now – the 120 mm GP-12 and the 140 mm GP-14. Both fans are available in two color schemes – in black only and in black and white. Thanks to the usage of a special blade design the Dynamic X2 fans make very little noise and the LLS hydraulic bearings can last for up to 100 000 hours of usage. The 120 mm model spins at 1200 rpm and makes 19.4 dB of noise, while the 140 mm fan spins at 1000 rpm and emits 18.9 dB of unwanted sound waves. They also push 52.3 CFM and 68.4 CFM of air per minute, respectively.

The new Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12 and GP-14 cooling fans are available now for USD 12.99 and USD 14.99, accordingly.

Source: Fractal Design

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