SilenX EFX-09-15 - Ventilador de PC (Carcasa del ordenador, Ventilador, Rojo, 6 - 12, 92 x 92 x 25 mm)
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Descripción del producto
Adecuado para: Carcasa del ordenador
Color del producto: Rojo
Consumo energético: 1,56 W
Desempeño de ventilador: 42 cfm
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 92 x 92 x 25 mm
Intensidad nominal: 0,13 A
Nivel de ruido (alta velocidad): 15 dB
Velocidad de rotación: 1600 RPM
Voltaje: 6 - 12
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One star off for claiming "silent" when it is definitely not, especially at speed.
12/13/14 edit - down one more star.
Now that winter is here, ambient conditions in my house don't require the wine cooler, or its fans, to work so hard. Very often, the fans come to a complete halt. And that's fine by me, I understand that at some voltage the fan cannot overcome its own resistance.
But here's the problem: the SilenX, and >only< the SilenX, emits a whiny buzzing noise when it is stopped! The Artic stops at about the same time - very often I notice (walking down the stairs behind the unit so you can see the fans through the grille) both fans at a standstill, but only the SilenX is making any noise.
End of story: after only two months, the SilenX went into the trash and I installed a second Artic. Both red and white wine zone fans now stop at the same time, and both silently. If you need a fan running all the time, the SilenX is a tad quieter at a good deal more cost. If your fan may be slowing down sometimes enough to possibly stop, get the Artic and save some money.
The only gripe I have is with the rubber mounts that it came with, at some point they just failed completely and the fan was left hanging by its wires. It comes with screws in the package as well and is such a smooth running fan that there wasn't really any noticeable difference in noise when mounted with the screws.
Update: The bearing on this fan became noisy quite a while back,it has since been placed in a power supply that I rarely use.