When a golf ball meets a case fan

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 31, 2005 - 12:07 PM |

MVKTech has review up of Sharkoon's Silent Eagles.  Not only will it go well with that Golf themed PC you're working on, but an 80mm fan that moves 22.7CFM at 17.8 dB(A) is not something you have to yell over to be heard.

"Sharkoon came up with a new silent solution when it comes to fans, namely the Silent Eagle range.

The Silent Eagle comes in 2 different versions, the Eagle 1000 and Eagle 2000 where the number

stands for the rotation speed of the propeller. So what is so exciting about this new Silent Eagle

2000 and is it actually any different from many other silent fans on the market? Sharkoon itself

sets the trend, and differentiates themselves from the other brands. Let's find out together what

that means..."

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