Phobya Nano-2G 12, G-Silent 12 Slim Edition and NB-eLoop Bionic 120mm Fan Reviews



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Phobya are a big name that we would traditionally associated with water cooling products like radiators, yet water cooling needs fans to work so it isn’t surprising that Phobya have an extensive range of fans to choose from. The fans we have today from Phobya cover a wide variety of usage scenarios with a Red LED fan, a slimline fan for space constrained systems and a Noiseblocker fan for a great compromise between noise and performance.

Phobya aren’t a brand we have encountered much before here at eTeknix and in fact I am not sure if we have ever tested any of their products before. But today we have a trio of fans from Phobya in for review. First up we have the Phobya Nano-2G 12 PWM 1500RPM Red LED fan. Next we have the Phobya G-Silent 12 Slim Edition 1800RPM fan and finally we have the Phobya NB-eLoop 1600RPM Bionic fan. We will be giving these fans our usual treatment and conducting tests with them in push-pull to bring you comparable results of 11 120mm fans in total.

Without any further ado let us take a look around each fan, its packaging and contents before giving you a performance and acoustic summary.

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  • Wayne

    I’ve heard of these guys but I’ve never encountered one of their products before over here.

  • Matthew Humpherson

    You can get PMW versions of these fans but they are NoiseBlockers. The exact same product though just a different colour. Im guessing they would probably be the best to get for a radiator fan. Just one thing I would like to ask is whether you would consider getting an airflow meter to test the fan output. I mainly ask this because not all fans are good at air pressure but still work well as case fans where pressure is not needed.

    • http://www.eteknix.com/ Ryan Martin

      Sure we could use an airflow meter, that is something for “the boss” to consider. I will suggest it to him

      • Matthew Humpherson

        Nice, I am really starting to like this site everyone always replies so fast to questions and the answers are always helpful.