Sharkoon SE 800 Fan (140x140x25mm) - £10.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Very Quiet 140mm PC case fan.

" If you are looking for a powerful and high-performance but concurrently noiseless case fan, you will find a so far uncommon, however well thought-out solution in the Silent Eagle models: In comparison with conventional fans the unique surface structure of the Silent Eagle allows an improved airflow - at the same rotation speed. This principle is based on the surface texture of a golf ball, which helps to reduce air resistance and turbulence, resulting in particularly quiet operation while maximizing airflow volume. In addition, the rounded edges of the Silent Eagle's frame offer a markedly improved air intake.

Features:

Rated voltage: 12 V
Power consumption: 0.1 A
Fan speed: 800 rpm +/-150
Airflow: 55.24 CFM (93.853 m³)
Noise level: 12.4 dB(A)
Bearing type: sleeve bearing
Weight: 162 g
Dimensions: 140 x 140 x 25 mm (L x B x H)

Package contents:

Silent Eagle 800 (140 mm)
Adapter cable (3-pin/4-pin)
Set with Rubber Bolts
Fan screws "

http://www.sharkoon.com/?q=en/content/silent-eagle-800
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#1
http://www.sharkoon.com/sites/default/files/products/fans/big_SE_800_parts.jpg
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#2
isn't this expensive for a fan?
#3
ye i agree i wont pay a tenner for a fan cold from me
#4
these fans are completely overated,
some reason they are put in the same class as fans like noctua and scythe,
but they offer far less airflow, and cheap undervolted fans can be as quiet while
providing the same airflow
1 Like #5
I disagree that they are over-rated. I have 2 of the 80mm versions and although they don't push a large volume of air, they push a lot more air than many other fans would while being practically silent.
£10 sounds reasonable and is neither expensive or cheap. Neutral in my opinion.

The rubber bolts are a right pain to fit.

Edited By: mattclarkie on Apr 25, 2011 17:29
#6
12db at 800rpm ???
12db at 1200rpm and they would be ok
and cheap sleeve bearings
#7
140mm is a very strange size as most cases take 120mm.
#8
It's been on that price for a while. I got one about 4 months ago and I'm very happy with it. It has a great airflow and it's very silent.
And by "great airflow" I mean airflow/noise ratio.
#9
TaylorBA
140mm is a very strange size as most cases take 120mm.

many of the new top end cases have a mixture of 120mm and 140mm fans,
such as my case fractal design r2
#10
my casecom can take a 140 @ top of the case & 2 90-120mm on the sides. but they still have enough mesh holes so I can fit 2 140mm fans on. extraa coolness for the cpu & gpu
#11
I reckon for £10 you should be getting Panaflo FDB fans which are pretty much the absolute best for noise, quality and durability.

Though as 140mm is a strange size, maybe you do pay a premium?

But I guess it boils down to what people value more: noise, cost, temperature, etc.
1 Like #12
Noctua fans all the way they are the best!
#13
I reckon for £10 you should be getting Panaflo FDB fans which are pretty much the absolute best for noise, quality and durability.


Noctua fans all the way they are the best!


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