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Review : ThermalTake Smart Fan 2

Posted on Friday, November 15 2002 @ 05:28:29 CET by

The guys from Monster-Hardware have reviewed the ThermalTake Smart Fan 2 :
MHW reviews the ThermalTake Smart Fan 2 (A1357). Yawn I know what you guys are thinking because I thought much the same thing when I started writing this up for review. It actually turns out the Smart Fan 2 with its three modes of operation is actually somewhat interesting.

"The fan we are looking at today is the ThermalTake Smart Fan 2 (A1357). It's not a secret I didn't have much use for the original ThermalTake Smart Fan mainly because of problems with the thermal sensor. It was interesting to me only as a curiosity. This time around, though, I think ThermalTake may be on to something, lets see."
The ThermalTake Smart Fan 2

Review Link : Monster-Hardware


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Re: Review : ThermalTake Smart Fan 2
by Anonymous on Monday, February 18 2008 @ 22:23:29 CET
i use the a1357 smart fan on a rosewill rcx-z300 cpu heatsink it lowered the tempture 25 % degrees on my ecs 865gv m7 motherboard they really got a good fan here i,d recomend if you are having heating problems


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