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Toughfan 14: Thermaltake announces a new 14 cm fan!

Toughfan 14: Thermaltake announces a new 14 cm fan!

At the Last August Thermaltake announced the arrival of a new fan with its Toughfan 12, this time the brand is launching the waist up with the Toughfan 14, a new mill without RGB.

Toughfan 14: 14 cm without RGB at Thermaltake!

Thermaltake Toughfan 14

On the program, the manufacturer announces the arrival of 14 cm fans. These have a sober design with a black frame with grey silentblocks. The blades will also be black and as for the 120 mm version, we will have a relatively imposing central hub.

Concerning the characteristics, this 140 mm version will benefit from a PWM power supply. In terms of speeds, it will operate at a rather high rpm and for good reason, the brand has a rotation range between 500 RPM and 2000 RPM. At full speed, the air flow will be consistent with 119.1 CFM and the static pressure will rise to 3.54 mmH2O.

Furthermore, if you have sensitive ears, you should know that with an L.N.C. adapter you can reduce its speed to 1300 RPM. However, we do not know the figures when the fan is running at this speed.

Thermaltake Toughfan 14

We end with the price of these fans. Here, you will have the choice between two packagings: one by one or in packs of two. On the price side, the Toughfan 14 can be found in the brand’s shop at $24.99 per unit against $44.99 in a dual pack.

Click here for the Thermaltake data sheet!

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