Alphacool Core 120mm and 140mm PWM Fans Released


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Alphacool has released the Core 120 mm and 140 mm PWM fans. They each offer three different models with speeds up to 4000 RPM for the 120 mm and 3200 RPM for the 140 mm version. Alphacool Core PWM fans feature a double ball bearing design and lack RGB lighting making them perfect for enthusiasts who abhor the rainbow glow.  Pricing starts at just $6.73 making them highly affordable too. You can purchase them directly from the Alphacool website by clicking this link. Below is the official press release.

Alphacool Core 120mm and 140mm PWM Fans

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Alphacool Core PWM Fans
Alphacool Core PWM Fans

Alphacool’s fan lineup gets a new addition! The quiet and efficient Core PWM fan is now available in 120mm and 140mm, each in 3 different speed variants. The 120mm version is available with a maximum speed of 2500rpm, 3000rpm as well as 4000rpm. The 140mm version is available with maximum speeds of 2000rpm, 2500rpm and 3200rpm.

The fan, which can be controlled via PWM signal, is not only suitable as a fan on CPU coolers or radiators. Thanks to its excellent performance values (throughput & static pressure), it can also be used as a case fan. The double-bearing fan axis (>2500rpm) is smooth running and allows for a long service life as well as quiet operation.

If you are looking for an affordable and powerful fan without aRGB illumination, you will find it with Alphacool’s Core PWM fan!

Features overview
– available as 120mm or 140mm version
– high airflow & static pressure
– wide speed control range using PWM
– durable smooth running bearing for quiet operation

 

-John Nester (Blaylock)

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