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Thursday, 14 August 2008 11:00

GELID launches Wing series fans

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Green Wing fans for gamers

After the recent launch of its Silent series fans, GELID Solutions has decided to launch a new Wing series that will be available in 80, 92 and 120mm sizes.

The new Wing fan series will feature green UV reactive fan blades and should give a touch of modding and pimping to any case. Due to the use of Nanoflux bearing this new series will have a life expectancy of 100,000 hours. Same as the previously announced Silent series, the new Wing series also comes with anti-vibration rubber fan mounts and a voltage regulator, something that silent series lacked.

The smallest 80mm, gives 28.1 CFM of airflow as it spins at 2000RPM and produces 21dbA of noise. The 92mm also spins at 2000RPM, but it gives 39.8CFM of airflow at 22.5dBA of noise. The largest in the series spins at 1500RMP and gives 64.3CFM of airflow at 25dBA.

The entire series is backed by a five-year warranty and it should retail very soon. Suggested price stands at US$12.50/€8.35 for the Wing 8, US$13.50/€9 for the Wing 9 and US$16.40/€11 for the Wing 12.

And here's how they look.

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Last modified on Friday, 15 August 2008 04:15

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