Home > CPU Coolers and Fans > ARCTIC COOLING announces launch of ARCTIC F PWM case fans
CPU Coolers and FansNews

ARCTIC COOLING announces launch of ARCTIC F PWM case fans

Swiss based ARCTIC COOLING has launched the ARCTIC F PWM case fans. They come in 3 sizes (80mm, 92mm and 120mm) and incorporate the patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST). We reckon these fans will appeal to enthusiasts who have low tolerance for noise as these fans provide adequate cooling and improve the case ventilation silently.

Swiss based ARCTIC COOLING has launched the ARCTIC F PWM case fans. They come in 3 sizes (80mm, 92mm and 120mm) and incorporate the patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST).

They are designed to run at optimal speed, delivering maximum cooling capacity at the lowest possible noise level. The patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST) allows up to 5 fans (including CPU fans) to be connected to the ARCTIC F PWM fan to share the PWM signal. The speed of all the fans (connected to the ARCTIC F PWM fan) is then centrally controlled by a single PWM signal via BIOS.

When system load increases, fan speed of all fans connected in the PST system will be increased, thus lowering the temperature in the case. Similarly, when system load is low, these fans will operate at a moderately low speed for adequate cooling.

Some key features of PST are:

  • Control the speed of different fans with only one PWM signal from the motherboard;
  • Case ventilation can be improved in a quiet and efficient way. Fans run slower at low load and deliver ample cooling quietly without compromising on performance;
  • Enjoy better energy saving as fans run at optimized speed.

We reckon these fans will appeal to enthusiasts who have low tolerance for noise as these fans provide adequate cooling and improve the case ventilation silently.

[ARTIC] via [arctic-cooling.com]

TeamVR
http://vrzone.com
VR-Zone is a leading online technology news publication reporting on bleeding edge trends in PC and mobile gadgets, with in-depth reviews and commentaries.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Read previous post:
[Rumour] Nvidia may rebrand GT 200 parts to 300

Mr. Demerjian, perhaps Nvidia's harshest critic, reports that Nvidia is going to continue their notorious policy of rebranding GPUs between...

Close