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Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans

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Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans

Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans

 

Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator, and manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals, today announced the Silencio FP Series, featuring brand new fans with Cooler Master's latest pressure optimized silent performance fan technology.

The Silencio FP Series brings in some new 120mm fan models to the Cooler Master lineup, all focused on quiet performance. These fans utilize Cooler Master's newest fan technology to bring quality airflow at extremely low noise levels. The Silencio FP Series use Loop Dynamic Bearing technology to push life expectancy up to an outstanding 160,000 hours. Next to that an all new patented driver IC on the fans provides both less vibrations to reduce noise and uses ultra-low current to save on power consumption. The driver is also more precise, providing more accurate RPM feedback for better fan management. The SmartFan engine backs up the driver with a low starting voltage and polarity proofing for less headaches when hooking up. The Silencio FP fans also come with protections against fan jams and an auto-resume function after any blade obstructions are cleared to help protect the blades and motor.

 

Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans  Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans  
 
 


The Cooler Master Silencio FP Series is kicking off with two 120mm models:

The Silencio FP120 3PIN model offers a 1200 RPM, 38 CFM, 1.2mmH2O output at 11dBA of noise to handle all case cooling needs.

Then there is the Silencio FP120 PWM which is for those seeking performance under silence. With a 6.5 - 14 dBA noise range, the Silent Edition can put out up to 44 CFM at 1.63 mmH2O of pressure at 1400 RPM.

These models of the Silencio FP Series all come with the 160,000h life expectancy provided by the Loop Dynamic Bearing and all of the power consumption and jam protections delivered by the Smart Fan Engine and patented Silent Driver IC technology.

The Silencio FP Series fans will be available in Europe beginning of the February. Price and availability may vary based on region. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information.

Silencio FP 120 3PIN

    • Exclusive LDB design with sealed construction features the highest dustproof level of IP6X and longer lifespan of up to 160,000 hours.
    • Patented Silent Driver IC:
    • o Ultra-low current to save more power
      o Lower vibrations to reduce noise
    • Smart Fan Engine:
    • o Low starting voltage
      o Fan jam protection
    • Auto-resume after blade obstructions are cleared
    • Polarity proof
    • o More accurate RPM feedback via Precise Driver
      o Higher air pressure and lower noise through special sickle blade design


Silencio FP 120 PWM

    • Exclusive LDB design with sealed construction features the highest dustproof level of IP6X and longer lifespan of up to 160,000 hours.
    • Patented Silent Driver IC:
    • o Ultra-low current to save more power
      o Lower vibrations to reduce noise
    • Smart Fan Engine:
    • o Low starting voltage
      o Fan jam protection
    • Auto-resume after blade obstructions are cleared
    • Polarity proof
    • o More accurate RPM feedback via Precise Driver
      o Higher air pressure and lower noise through special sickle blade design

 

Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans  Cooler Master Announces the Silencio FP Series Fans  

 

My Thoughts

Right now pc builders do not have a very large selection of fans which are both suitably quiet and is static pressure optimised to function well on water cooling radiators and CPU heatsinks. Right now the most popular fans for this function are from the likes of Corsair and Noctua, it is great to see another manufacturer joining the fray.

Previously the only place where these Cooler Master Silencio Series of fans were available were on Cooler Master's latest series of AIO water coolers, so those who wish to upgrade to a push pull configuration now have an cooler master fan to match up to their stock AIO.

Right now we do not have any pricing details on Cooler Master's new Silencio FP fans and we have not had a chance to test these new fans against the Corsair SP series and Noctua NFF-12 fans, so we cannot possible give any form of recommendation. Hopefully more details will be coming soon.

 

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master's Silencio FP series 120mm fans on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

27-01-2015, 10:58:01

Acike
I am interested in how do they perform against EK's new Vardar fans. Vardar F4 seems like a good choice for radiators.Quote

27-01-2015, 11:05:46

JR23
11dBA @1200RPM

Now thats big talk, quite frankly I don't believe that. If they prove me wrong in independent testing I will be impressed.

JRQuote

27-01-2015, 11:39:35

Atterae
Claiming 11dBa is quite bold indeed, but in a real case scenario anything below 15 (or even 20) is not audible right? Also static pressure is still in favor of Noctua, even with their L.N.A.. But then again, these are black/grey Quote

27-01-2015, 12:18:51

iBeInspire
[email protected]@1200rpm is not physically possible because the sound of air moving will be far louder than the stated 11dbA.Quote

27-01-2015, 12:52:34

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
11dBA @1200RPM

Now thats big talk, quite frankly I don't believe that. If they prove me wrong in independent testing I will be impressed.

JR
It could be 11dba. But it also depends on the frequencies that it outputs that our ears will pick up first. It's how a lot of companies get that super low dBA reading at higher RPMs because they measure for the lowest rating but the frequenices the motor outputs is high enough for our eyes to hear it. I remember reading an article about it but can't find it.Quote
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