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Friday, 03 February 2012 12:23

Nanoxia to hit Europe soon

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Web page is still offline but products are available - silent fans



Although we didn't hear about Nanoxia lately, two days ago we heard news of its new FX EVO series fans. The company's web portal is not active as of yet (it should be in February), but the fans are already selling. PC-Cooling.de has listed the entire series of seven FX EVO fans, among which are five 120mm and two 140mm fans.

All the fans boast a 10 year warranty, with pricing ranging from €13-16. The fans also come with performance enhancing techs such as ECO traction, nano technology bearing, high-end polycarbonat makrolon, balanced rotors and precise scaling of speeds via Intelligent Fan Control. Three 120mm fans from the FX EVO series can, for instance, run at ca.300-1,000 RPM, 395-1,300RPM or 630-1,600RPM. The fans will run after restarting the system, regardless of whether the fan remained at the lowest RPM, i.e. voltage of less than 4V. The impellers can be removed and washed.

FX-EVO-Nanoxia

Five out of the seven listed fans feature “Intelligent Fan Control”, which is a manual RPM regulator that allows for speeds from 3.5V to 12V. Two fans are PWM regulated and come with 4-pin connectors. The PWM controlled fans run in the same power window, although Note their RPM changes linearly, which prevents sudden RPM changes.

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FXEVO 120mm IFC-1000
FX EVO 120mm IFC-1000 RPM

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FX EVO 120mm PWM 1000 RPM

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FX EVO 120mm IFC-1300 RPM

FXEVO 120mm IFC-1600
FX EVO 120mm IFC-1600 RPM

FXEVO 120mm IFC-1500-PWM
FX EVO 120mm PWM 1500 RPM

FXEVO 140mm IFC-1000
FX EVO 140mm IFC-1000 RPM

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FX EVO 140mm IFC-1500 RPM

Apart from the new series, Nanoxia now offers a large choice of sleeved modular cables.

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nanoxia sleeve cable



Last modified on Friday, 03 February 2012 17:25

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