The fan apparatus itself seems sturdy and is about 8.5 inches long. This is long enough for the fan to reach most places in the case, but short enough to not be a nuisance in most cases. The fan is 70mm, which should provide a decent amount of airflow over any component at a fairly reasonable noise level. The fan also has 3 blue LEDs which light up when the fan is on. There is no option of turning these off, however, which might be annoying to some users. On the outside of the fan casing, a three value selector is located, allowing the user to pick from high, medium, and low settings. Finally, the 3 pin connector is 8 inches long from the side of the fan casing.
OCC Review: Antec SpotCool
Posted 02 August 2007 - 09:37 PM
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