- Featuring hydraulic bearings; a cost-efficient compromise between a standard sleeve bearing and a true FDB
- Equipped with a counter-balancing magnet in the hub that reduces the axial tension on the bearing, further protecting
- the longevity of the bearing
- Optimized fan geometry for a good balance between static pressure and maximum airflow, resulting in good performance
- in all usage scenarios
- Aerodynamically shaped thin stator struts (including wire strut), mimicking the design commonly found on airplane
- wings, delivering correct angles allowing for air to easily pass through reducing noise and unwanted turbulence.
- Stator struts are angled perpendicular to the blades, helping to reduce noise commonly emitted when the blades
- pass the struts. In effect, minimal noise that may be emitted will be constant and therefore almost inaudible to the
- Strategically placed notches near the fan hub on the trailing edge of the blades, further reducing and diffusing
- humming noise produced when the blades pass the stator struts
- Includes a “trip wire” on the rear side of the blades, near the leading edge. The trip wire technology, also commonly
- found in airplane wing designs, introduces a micro-turbulent layer that helps to combat the elements that negatively
- affect performance. The presence of the trip wire overall provides a more efficient and quiet fan environment.
- The customized design of the Dynamic Series fans contributes to a beautiful, cool build
- Available in 120mm and 140mm fan sizes
- 50 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Modest AMD Gaming/Productivity Build
Super quiet, and the all black makes it really easy to incorporate into the build vs. the standard black and white Fractal fans.