SilverStone SST-FM and SST-FN high-end fans with Bullet Hub design

Posted on Friday, Jun 15 2007 @ 10:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
SilverStone presents two new fan series with a Bullet Hub design. The company introduces the SST-FM series with the FM83 and FM123 and the SST-FN with the FN83 and FN122 fans. The difference between the series is that the SST-FN fans feature a regular 3-pin motherboard fan connector while the SST-FM series have a manual fan controller.

One of the special features of these fans is the design. SilverStone claims the Bullet Hub design improves aerodynamic airflow and that the fan frame rifles of the FN83 and FM83 fans increase air pressure.

- The Bullet Hub design of the fan rotor allows an aerodynamic airflow toward the fan blades. This allows the new SST-FM and SST-FN series, to run with lower noise production.
- SST-FN83 and FN122 use a rifle mounting frame for an increased air pressure and more accurate airflow.
- New fanspeed control panel allows up to 3 fan controllers of SST-FM series and offer ON/OFF function for the fans.
- Wide regulation range of the fan speed to personalize the noise / airflow level.
- Long-life and Low-noise bearing motor.

Fan specifications:
- SST-FM123: white colour, 0.5A, 900 - 2600RPM, 40.7 - 106.3CFM, 17.5dBA (900RPM) to 39.5dBA (2600RPM). Priced at 14EUR.

- SST-FN122: black colour, 0.12A, 40.9CFM, 18dBA. Priced at 7.5EUR.

- SST-FM83: white colour, 0.65A, 1300 - 3600RPM, 25.6 to 74.5CFM, 19dBA (1300RPM) to 41.2dBA (3600RPM). Priced at 12EUR.

- SST-FN83: black colour, 1600RPM, 31.52CFM, 19.8dBA. Priced at 4.2EUR.

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