Coolink combines air cooling and silence
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 15, 2006 - 10:53 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
MODTHEBOX has discovered some of the quietest fans on the planet, the Coolink SWiF, accompanied by the Silent Saviour for cooling hard drives. There are many fans in the series, from 80mm to 120mm, with varying speeds, and the loudest one they have is only 26dB.
"The appearance of the Coolink SWiF fans are slightly different from what you would expect from
standard case fans that are currently on the market. The SWiF or "Silent Whisper Fans" have a
nice aesthetic appeal to them and are encased in a translucent clear housing with blue coloured
fan blades. Attached to the base of the fan is a 3-pin fan header that includes wire leads for
12V (red), ground (black) and RPM sensing (yellow). In the 80mm fan series,Coolink provides 5
different fans but provided models SWiF-801 and SWiF-803. The SWiF-801 is capable of pushing
23-38 CFM at 800-1500 RPM with a noise level of 9-11 dBA. The SWiF-803 is slightly faster than
the SWiF-801 and is capable of pushing 30-65 CFM at 1300-2600 RPM with a noise level of 14-26
dBA. As an added bonus the SWiF-803 also includes a PCI mounting bracket, 3 to 4-pin adapter,
fan screws and adjustable fan speed control knob."
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