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Antec TriCool 120MM DBB Case Fan 3-SPEED 1200/1600/2200RPM 25/28/30DBA 39/56/79CFM 3 & 4PINS

Antec TriCool 120MM DBB Case Fan 3-SPEED 1200/1600/2200RPM 25/28/30DBA 39/56/79CFM 3 & 4PINS (Antec: TRICOOL 120MM DBB)
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Antec TriCool 120MM DBB Case Fan 3-SPEED 1200/1600/2200RPM 25/28/30DBA 39/56/79CFM 3 & 4PINS
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Rating: 8.85/10

Review Date: 02/07/14
Cons: loud

Pros: speed control
low speed is 1200rpm, is pretty quietbut it will get louder when you turn on midsolid but no shock absorbtiongot it at $11.99 nice budget

Review Date: 10/31/11
Cons: None

Pros: - Silent- Controllable via fan controller without a itch
Good fan overall, nice looking, does the job. I bough 2 of them to replace two other tri-cool fan who has made their time! Will buy again and again!

Review Date: 05/21/11
Cons: Don't have the indication on the fan for the air flow direction.

Pros: AIR FLOW! Very quiet.
A good fan for completed my 2 Antec Tower, easy to install but the air flow direction isn't print on the fan, need to try and feel the air for be sure. Very quiet.

Review Date: 01/15/11
Cons: None

Pros: Quiet, good air flow, speed control
Another good quality Antec product. These fans are quiet and provide good air flow. There are also manual speed control functions (L-M-H).

Review Date: 03/25/10
Cons: -Fairly noisy when switch into "High" but then again it moves alot of air inside your case-Price is a little bit high compare to other similar fans

Pros: -Durability was always No.1 on my list-Has 3 speed fan switch-Quality made
I brought 3 of these fans to replace all 3 of my "Old" fans inside my P180 case.So far I'm really satisfy with these fans since I always buy antec fan for my computer.Fairly easy to install and what I like about this fan is you have a choice to either plug it into your motherboard or use the 4 pin molex.(By the way I plug all of my fans to the motherboard)

Review Date: 05/05/09
Cons: None so far

Pros: Quality,Adjustable speed
I bought this item to cool my HDDs but unfortunately it doesn't fit my Antec Sonata 3 Case space. My Videocard is too long so, I have no place for this fan.

Review Date: 12/15/08
Cons: Speed Control wire

Pros: QualityAdjustable SpeedSimple
This is a great fan to pick up. Kind of expensive at the price here, but if you price match its defineately worth it. The fan has no LEDS with it, which is good and is quiet on low and medium setting, but the sound is noticeable on high. The only bad thing is the wire to adjust the speed is very short. Would have been better if it was made longer. All in all, 4/5 Stars.

Review Date: 12/13/08
Cons: None!

Pros: Dual ball bearing, great airflow, speed control, silent on lowest setting and still blows 38-40cfm
Used this along with an 80mm DBB to replace the PS and main system fans in my Powermac G4. Simple well made fans that would be great for pretty much all cooling needs.

Review Date: 12/03/08
Cons: relatively loud

Pros: cheap, lots of air, simple design, fan control
I like these fans because you don't need to plug them into your motherboard or have an external fan controller to adjust the speed on them. Theyre really cheap, and isnt a fancy colour, or have leds. Theyre kinda loud compared to a scythe or similar fan while pushing the same amount of air though.

Review Date: 11/01/08
Cons: None

Pros: Nice and quite
Would strongly recommend the Antec TriCool 120MM DBB Case Fan 3-SPEED 1200/1600/2200RPM for using it within your case and can always be used with your heatsink.

Review Date: 07/15/08
Cons: -the can get loud if you let them

Pros: -pretty quite on low but get nticible louder on higher settings
i got 3 of these with my P182 and im pretty impressed with them actually at low they move a fair s=amount of air and aren't audible from more then a foot or 2 awaythey go for a decent price but id personally rather spend the extra and get noctua P12's

Review Date: 04/01/08
Cons: None

Pros: Ample cfm for your system
These fan's, compared to others, do the job, and keepgoing, compared to other brands that quit, or start, tomake noise after a few months.They also move all the air that you might want.

Review Date: 01/04/08
Cons: no LED's?

Pros: Reasonably quiet given the air it moves
Works great, used as intake and exhaust on my Sunbeam Transformer, sorta noisy at full bore as the tower is on the desk.

Review Date: 10/16/07
Cons: Could be a bit quieter on HIGH setting.Umm, this may sound silly, but if it is used for an intake case fan, you won't get to see the nice shiney Antec graphic on the fan, because it is stuck on the opposite side.

Pros: Antec Quality.Double Ball Bearing (DBB) increases fan life.3-Speed switch is convenient.Moves a reasonable amount of air.
I am using this on my CPU Heatsink (Thermal Right Ultra 120). So i need a quality-made, reliable fan to protect my CPU and keep it cool. From my research, the DoubleBallBearing fans Antec makes are some of the most durable you can get, and are made to outlast other regular fans. This 120mm fan works great.

Review Date: 05/29/07
Cons: Noisy at full speedBrings lot of mess in the computerLoose the rpm ability with 4pin (no splitter)

Pros: Good balance between performance and noisePriced okayBall bearing is durable.Includes adaptersNice transparent look
I use 2 of these in my Antec 3000Black case. One extraction, one intake in front. Works very well in medium. Cools okay my hard drives and vid card. I can use the outtake to cool the cpu.

Review Date: 12/06/06
Cons: no led

Pros: speed switch, long lasting.
I like this fan in my rig, though I wish they had a dbb led model since I have a side window :P The speed switch goes out a crack under my psu, so its outside of the case for easy acesess.. if you wanted to you could open up the switch de solder the wires, feed it out the grill of you intake/exaust, solder it back up and close the switch housing.

Review Date: 11/15/06
Cons: Speed switch isn't very long and you have to open the case to get to it

Pros: 120mmThree speedsFairly quiet on Medium/Low setting
These fans are pretty good for the price. They're 120mm, have three speeds, and the low/medium settings are pretty quiet if you've only got a few of them. With 4 in my case it does get a little noisy, but I don't mind. If I wanted silent I would have bought another fan; I wanted CFM with reasonable noise. These are great fans if you're slightly concerned about noise, but also want good airflow. The only bad thing about them is that the speed switch is very short and you have to open the case to get to it. This review was modfied by poster @ 11-15-06 10:20 PM

Review Date: 11/06/06
Cons: -Had trouble installing it in the front of my Antec case.-Have to open the case to change the fan speed.

Pros: -3 Speed setting.-Quiet at low setting.
Fan does what it advertises. 3 speed settings are useful, though I can only see myself using the first two. The third speed is much too loud for my tastes. The middle speed is loud as well, but definitely bearable. I had some trouble installing it on the front of my Antec case though. The fan mount is removable, you install the fan to the mount then shove the mount (with fan) into the case. I had some trouble routing the wires so I could fit the mount back in the case, but the power cable was very long and I had no issues attaching it to the motherboard. The fan speed switch is useful, though having to open your case to change the speed of the fan is not too convienent, but it's a nice option to have if/when I want higher airflow.
Bobtha Chow@NCIX

Review Date: 11/06/06
Cons: Does not move a lot of air compared to other 120mm fans

Pros: QuietSpeed controller
This fan does what I want it to do (got it for intake), but only does a noticable job at the highest speed setting. It is relatively quiet even at high speeds, but the CFM is somewhat lacking (my 80mm Panaflo kicks its butt easily).

Review Date: 11/02/06
Cons: Noisy!

Pros: Ajustable speeds, durable
This was a big deception versus my single Bering Tricool that I was replacing with this. It's noisy and not very efficient. For the price I should have bought Nexus fans.

Review Date: 09/30/06
Cons: price

Pros: QuietMoves alot of airdurablility
...this baby is my rear exhaust in my Stacker 830 and she moves one helluva lotta air...durable (double ball bearing), reasonable quiet even on high, the works...money very well spent...
Doctor House@NCIX

Review Date: 08/30/06
Cons: Noise is noticable at highest setting

Pros: QuietVery good airflow
This fan may be $17.55, but IMO it's 17.55 well spent. Keeps my hard drive's temps under 35C now after I noticed they were both running over 40C while idleing. The only problem with this fan is that the noise level becomes noticable when the speed switch is on high.

Review Date: 08/07/06
Cons: None that I can think of, it fit perfectly in my XP-120.

Pros: Three speedsNo LED.Long cable. (Long enough for me, anyway.)
I bought the Antec TriCool 120 MM fan for my XP-120 to cool my Athlon 64 FX-60, and it does the job. I'm going to purchase three more to replace the 120 MM fans that came with my NZXT Lexa case, because after 3 months they have started to die.Great fan.

Review Date: 07/25/06
Cons: none really

Pros: very quiet, 3speed, comes with mounting/wires
i had a 92mm antec fan and i was very happy with it, so i was expecting the same, which this is, quiet, good cooling, and if you want to crank up the cooling you can, but it gets louder of course, highly reccommended!

Review Date: 07/09/06
Cons: None

Pros: Very QuietThe control to adjust fan speed
Extremely pleased with this purchase. Met all of my expectations. Just have to experiement a bit to balance temps and speed.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

ModelTriCool 120mm DBB
Fan Size1 x 4.72"
Bearing Type2 Ball
RPM1 x 2000 rpm
Power Connector4-pin LP4 (Power Supply)
Physical Spec
DimensionsHeight:4.7" x Width:4.7" x Depth:1.0"
FeaturesNumber of Fans:1
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts3 Year

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