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The SilentiumPC Fluctus 120 PWM ARGB fan uses a hydrodynamic bearing with an MTBF of 100,000 hours.


SilentiumPC has introduced the Fluctus 120 PWM ARGB fan, designed for installation in cases with air filters or on radiators with high ribbed density. It uses an upgraded fluid dynamic bearing with a claimed MTBF of 100,000 hours, which allows the manufacturer to provide a six-year warranty on the fan.

The fan is decorated with addressable lighting. It can be connected to the ARGB connector and synchronized with many other SilentiumPC products including Aurora Stripes ARGB LED strips, ARGB fans (like Stella HP or Corona HP ARGB), and Astrum, Armis, Regnum, Signum and Ventum cases. The backlight is compatible with the software of motherboards equipped with a 3-pin ARGB connector.

The SilentiumPC Fluctus 120 PWM ARGB fan uses a hydrodynamic bearing with an MTBF of 100,000 hours.

The SilentiumPC Fluctus 120 PWM ARGB impeller consists of nine serrated blades. This shape is said to have produced a high static pressure. The rotation speed is regulated by PWM in the range from 300 to 1800 rpm.

The serrated leading edges of the fan blades make fan noise less noticeable to humans through the “patented psychoacoustic optimization” Synergy Cooling.

If the PWM duty cycle is less than 5%, the fan stops and automatically starts when the duty cycle rises above 10%.

The fan is equipped with a 4-pin power cable with a built-in splitter that allows you to connect another fan to a common power and control source. A 40 cm extension cable is included.

The Fluctus 120 PWM ARGB costs 16 euros.

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