Antec Advance TrueQuiet Pro 120mm Fan Review
Andy Ruffell / 432 days ago
Antec are renowned for making some of the best chassis, power supplies and cooling solutions on the market today with a firm foot in the door celebrating over 25 years of successful business. One of the key areas for Antec is the DIY solution that simply allows the user to customize their system to their needs and desires and stemming from this market, Antec develop some of the best selling case fans to date.
One of their best selling case fans was part of their TrueQuiet range with a selection of 120 or 140mm fans depending on your preference. Developing on from this sees a new era of fans built, branded as the TrueQuiet Pro featuring a specialist turbine fan blade design allowing for the very best airflow with the smallest amount of noise output.
This is done through a variety of ways including silicone mounting points which reduces vibration, a 2-speed switch which gives the user a choice of 600 and 1200 RPM speeds depending on your needs, and the overall technical design that Antec are truely famous for.
Sure, anyone can reel off a bunch of marketing and sales jargon but it’s up to us as reviewers to see what this bad boy can really do, and though we don’t generally focus on cooling to much, it’s still a vital part of any system that should not be missed, so let’s get straight into it and take a look at the Antec TrueQuiet Pro 120mm fan.
- Two-speed control
- Uniquely-designed fan blades increase air flow while reducing turbulence and noise
- Silicone grommets to reduce vibration
- Tool-less mounting pins
- Included 3-pin to Molex adapter
- Size: 4.8″ x 1.0″ / 122 mm x 26 mm
- Weight: 4.9 oz / 138.9 g