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Hey everyone, If you've ever come across the situation where traditional fans are too thick for a specific area in your case - we've got the fan for you. In addition to being capable of fitting into tight spots, don't let the AF120 SLIM fan's figure fool you, as it packs sheer cooling performance. Here are a few quick highlights: With a 15mm profile, the AF120 SLIM is suitable for nearly any PC build - especially for our SFF (small form factor) builders. Experience minimal noise with the AF120 SLIM's low-noise fan blade design, fluid dynamic bearing, and zero RPM fan mode. Though low-profile, the AF120 SLIM hauls performance without compromises and is easily capable of its role as an intake, exhaust, radiator, or heatsink fan. Click here for more information. We’ve put together a quick FAQ below. Q: What fan controllers are compatible for zero RPM? A: Our COMMANDER CORE (provided with ELITE CAPELLIX/LCD coolers), and COMMANDER CORE XT (provided with 5000T RGB/7000X RGB, otherwise available standalone) controllers. With these controllers, our iCUE software grants the ability to easily adjust the cooling settings for each individual fan it is connected to. In addition to the preset cooling settings, you may also create your own custom fan curve. Skip having to go through a complicated BIOS! Q: Are radiator mounting screws included? A: Yep! Q: How long is the warranty? A: The AF120 SLIM fans carry a THREE-year warranty. Let us know what your thoughts are or if you have any questions!
Just bought a new watercooled mini-itx rig ft. corsair h100i v2 and everything is running smoothly except when cpu temps reach around 40 degrees, the pc begins to sound like a jet engine. How can i get my new pc to stop screaming at me? worth mentioning: The cooler is plugged into the cpu fan header as oppose to the aio pump header because the system wont boot with that slot empty and the rad fans are plugged into the cable coming off the cooler. the cooler is also not connected via corsair link because i ran out of usb headers :P thanks.