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Item#: N82E16811999012

ENERMAX UC-12FAB-B 120mm Cooling Fan

  • 120mm
  • 1800-2300 RPM 63.05-94.92 RPM
  • 2 Ball
  • 24.60-30.10 dBA
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Model

Brand
ENERMAX
Model
UC-12FAB-B

Spec

Type
Case Fan
Compatibility
Case
Fan Size
120mm
Bearing Type
2 Ball
RPM
1800-2300 RPM
Air Flow
63.05-94.92 RPM
Noise Level
24.60-30.10 dBA
Power Connector
3 / 4 Pin
Color
Black

Physical Spec

Dimensions
120 x 120 x 25mm

Features

Features
Fan Speed Manually Adjustable throngh Variable Resistor.Support Fan Speed Monitoring. Fan Speed can be Manually set by User.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/15/2005 1:09:25 PM
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4 out of 5 eggsLoud fan

Comments: I bought this fan to hopefully quiet down the stock 120mm rear exahust fan on my Antec SLK1650 case. Even on it's slowest setting, it was louder than the stock fan. If you need a hard blowing fan, it will deliver, but if you're looking for a quiet pc I recommend the Antec 120mm Smartcool.

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  • Mark F.
  • 11/9/2004 5:18:41 PM
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5 out of 5 eggsXP-120

Comments: This thing works great with the Thermalright XP-120... Get a dremmel and grind down the plastic, or do what I did and take a pair of plyers and rip the extra out.. it came out very evenly for me :) More importantly though, this fan is nice and quiet, pushes a good amount of air.. and it's pretty! My fan came with clear blades, can look right down into the xp-120.. it's a nifty site :)
Comes with a gold grill on it, the inspiration for me to replace all my chrome fan grills with golden ones, looks fantastic.

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/25/2004 6:51:28 AM
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4 out of 5 eggs

Comments: Reallly good fan that pushes a lot of air. Noise level is pretty good overall. My only complaint is that the speed adjustment is very cheap and cannot be adjusted easily since the cord doesnt reach around the computer. CAUTION: This fan will not work with the Thermalright XP-120 heatsink, it will not fit.

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  • John B.
  • 9/24/2004 8:34:46 AM
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3 out of 5 eggsSeems Not to Perform to Rated Spec

Comments: I tested this fan as part of an ongoing search of 120mm fans for CPU cooling. Obviously, if I was looking at 120mm fans for that purpose, I wanted to find a lower noise level with better airflow.

The Enermax UC-12FAB certainly lives up to its 30 dB noise rating. It is whisper-quiet, and there is no motor whine, nor does there seem to be much "white-noise" from air turbulence. But this raises another issue. You would expect to find more air turbulence with greater throughput of air in CFM (cubic feet per minute).

The Enermax is rated at 94.89 CFM. Where they came up with the decimal part of the rating, I can only speculate, but this fan is not pushing 94 CFM. Further, while rated at 2,300 rpm, it only seems to spin up to about 2,100 rpm. Most of these fans, like ThermalTake's 120mm Blue LED fan, seem to perform at slightly less than their speed specification. In TT's case, they at least provide a margin of error (+/- 10%) in the specs they print on the box.

So . . . here's the noisy (45 dB) ThermalTake with its motor whine, spinning up to 2,600 rpm and rated at 94 CFM. And here's the Enermax with no motor whine, spinning up to only 2,100 rpm. And here's my benchmark test of cooling at the same room ambient, the same heatsink and computer system, which posts a peak load temperature on the CPU of 111F for the ThermalTake and 118F for the Enermax.

If you want quiet, get the Enermax. Otherwise, continue the search for the Holy Grail of air cooling <font>-</font>- noiselessness with high throughput. I only hope the Grail exists. I'm still looking . . .

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  • Doug B.
  • 9/1/2004 4:58:35 PM
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5 out of 5 eggsN/A

Comments: Mobo and processor running a little warm with Antec SLK3700AMB standard fan. Ordered 2; put one up front pulling and one in rear exhausting. Set both manually to max speed and let Intel mobo control them. You don't hear anything until the mobo signals the fans to high speed. Great fans at a great price from Newegg! With ball bearings, these fans should last a long time. When manually adjusted, even at low speed, you can hear them running. When controlled by mobo, they're virtualy silent until airflow is needed. As always, Newegg dilivered ahead of promise!!!!

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/25/2004 6:15:02 PM
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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: Good fan. Replaced the sunon fans that came with my case with 2 of these. At low speed, they are inaudible over the nf7-s mobo fan, and push more air then the sunon. At high speed... well, the push a LOT of air. Set near mid they push a good amount of air and are barely audible. Also, much prettier through my case window. Good fan, does what it's 'sposed ta.

Pros:
Can be silent
Can push LOTS of air
Look nice

Cons
Not cheap

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/6/2004 7:45:24 PM
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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: Overall good noise to CFM ratio. It's a little loud at max speed. At about half speed it becomes rather quiet though.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/2/2004 8:09:49 PM
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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: This fan is great. I had two silenx fans and replaced them with these two and it lowered my case temp by 4C on highest setting. They blow a ton of air and really aren't that loud, esp with the comp cover on. I'm tempted to buy one and use it as a desk fan. Also, Newegg got it to me within 48 hours, Newegg is awesome!

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/22/2004 8:33:58 AM
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5 out of 5 eggsdrydog

Comments: Short and sweet. Great fan! Great Service from Newegg! Fits right on my Thermalright SP-97 Heatsink. Will by more!

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  • Kwok L.
  • 7/20/2004 8:16:00 PM
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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: Got two of these fans for both intake and exhaust. Helped lowered my temps by 2 degrees and it's only on the lowerest setting! Highly recommended!

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