High static pressure for efficient radiator or heatsink cooling
Cooling today’s high-performance PCs is a complex task, and a single fan design can’t meet every need. The fan you use to pull hot air out of your case might not be the best fan to mount flush against a heatsink or radiator.
Static pressure is the measure of how well a fan can push air in this type of highly restrictive environment, and this is where the SP120 excels. It’s an ideal solution for radiator and heatsink use, as well as drive bay intakes, and other locations where you’re mounting a fan directly adjacent to a heat source.
For high-volume cooling in less restrictive environments, like case exhaust or side intakes, check out our AF series of high-volume fans.
|SP120 High Performance Edition||SP120 Quiet Edition|
|Size||120mm x 25mm|
|Operating Voltage||7V - 12V|
|Performance at 12V|
|Airflow||62.74 CFM||37.85 CFM|
|Static Pressure||3.1 mm/H20||1.29 mm/H20|
|Sound Level||35 dBA||23 dBA|
|Speed||2350 RPM||1450 RPM|
|Power Draw||0.18 A||0.08 A|
- SP120 Quiet Edition High Static Pressure Fan
- Three colored rings in red, blue, and white
- Mounting Screws
- Voltage step-down adapter for lower speed operation
- Motherboard with an open standard 3-pin fan connector
eParcel generally takes 2-10 business days to be delivered depending on final destination.
eParcel Express generally takes 1-3 business days to be delivered depending on final destination.
Other prefered partner
• Local Express:Delivered in 1-2 Business Days
• Nationwide Delivery: 1-4 Business Days*
• Nationwide Express: Next Business Day*
*Allow extra days for regional areas
Following are the contact details of the freight companies we use:
- Australia Post - eParcel
Ph: 13 62 45
- Couriers Please (NSW)
Ph: 1300 PLEASE
- Fastway Couriers (NSW)
Ph: (02) 9737 8288
- Star Track Express
Ph: 13 23 45
- AIR ROAD Express
Ph: 1300 237 824
- Allied Express
Ph: 13 15 21
- Australian Air Express
Ph: 13 12 13
- Toll Ipec
Ph: 1300 865 547
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