Thermaltake's iFlash+ Fan

"Thermaltake Technology officially presents you the iFlash+ (12cm) fan – the fan that is visually stunning.
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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 12/12/2006
Author: PV5150
Source: Thermaltake

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Official Press Release

Thermaltake Technology officially presents you the iFlash+ (12cm) fan – the fan that is visually stunning. The fan itself is an 120mmx120mm fan, spinning at 1800RPM, and the noise level is only rated at 25dBA. The near-silent construction and operation featuring high-volume airflow enables any user to install the iFlash+ (12cm) onto either chassis.

Unlike the standard traditional fans, the iFlash+ (12cm) utilizes a streamline cover on top of the fan. When the fan is operating, the fan blades will be able to display the word “Thermaltake” and the current operating temperature. The fan will attract anyone that sees the computer system under its blue background glow. The iFlash+ (12cm) will be able to display the temperature.

Thermaltake Technology’s iFlash+ (12cm) is greatly different from the standard LED fans on the market. As a result, there are no friction that would cause excess heat, wear, and tear of the traditional LED fans. The longevity of the iFlash+ (12cm) is another demonstration of the effort Thermaltake Technology puts in to provide the highest-quality product users will be able to use in the market today.

Features
  • 120x120x28 Fan (1800RPM. 25dBA)
  • Eight Red LED shining fantastic LOGO words
  • Real-time environment temperature display
  • Rotating and dancing “Thermaltake” Logo
You may view the specifications and additional info here

iFlash+ Fan

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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Most Recent Comments

10-12-2006, 21:41:30

Kempez
Looks sweet as. wish there were a few more pics tho

10-12-2006, 22:01:19

markkleb

Looks sweet as. wish there were a few more pics tho



Here you go...
http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/Products.aspx?pid=1275

10-12-2006, 22:12:10

Kempez
Looks nice tho I'm split

10-12-2006, 22:20:47

NickS
Yeah I've seen it, I like it much better than the regular Stacker 830. IMO you still cant beat the features and overall simpicity / moddability of the original Stacker.

11-12-2006, 02:48:53

PV5150
I actually liked the vented louvres on the front, along with the Nvidia green side panels. The Nvidia text and CM logo on the front doesn't really do a lot for me, as I dislike that sort of advertising anyway...Thermaltake is chronic for doing it. The only other thing I dislike is the fans they used for inside, they look ghastly imho. Other than that it looks like home to me :D

Yeah I've seen it, I like it much better than the regular Stacker 830. IMO you still cant beat the features and overall simpicity / moddability of the original Stacker.

I actually think they bettered the original stacker with the 830. Sure the 830 isn't as simple, but the as far as moddability goes it's just as worthy a subject.

11-12-2006, 05:49:11

Raging
:dribble: :dribble: quick get me a tissue!! lol :yumyum:
that case is s3xeh,i would defo consider that case as an upgrade.

I would haveto see about getting the mesh off in favour of a perspex side window-possibly uv reactive:cool:
the mesh is nice but i like window better:rolleyes:

only availbable at nvidia store tho? wtf?

how do we get ours?? rofl

no0bz:nono:

11-12-2006, 07:36:37

Nagaru
I hate to be the person but that thing screams over branding to me. I have never really been a fan of the stacker look, but that is even worse imo. I am not trying to start a war and I respect that everyone else likes it, but it asked for my feelings.

11-12-2006, 13:31:33

nathan

11-12-2006, 15:03:13

underclocker
first impressions...I loved it but the more I keep looking at it, the less I'm starting to like it, you can't beat a Stacker but I have to admit I still prefer the old one.

Still need to chose a case though starting to really annoy me I just need to make a decision :p

12-12-2006, 08:20:12

GrimReaper
:dribble: :dribble: what a beauty!

:eek: are they giving free shipping? It shows shipping as 0.0$ :D
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