Products on Review:
Antec TrueQuiet 120
Antec TrueQuiet 140
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Antec
TrueQuiet™ 120mm: £8.50 / $12.99 (At time of review)
TrueQuiet™ 140mm: £9.94 / $15.26 (At time of review)
Antec has been producing strongly-built cases for years. The fans they made for them – the Antec TriCool – came with a 3-speed switch that allowed users of their cases to customize their cooling effects. More recently Antec has switched to TwoCool™ fans. One suspects a play on words: ‘Too Cool.’ In any ‘case’ Antec fans are available retail. And apparently to maintain the ‘True’ metaphor (as in TruePower) Antec now has TrueQuiet™ branded fans. The frames are sculpted. The nine blades are a smoky translucent gray, with wavy tips. They come with built-in two-speed switches as well as vibration-dampening inserts in their corners. Vibration-resistant connectors are included in the package. It looks great.
Antec on their TrueQuiet™ fans:
Antec's TrueQuiet fans bring proven cooling and Quiet Computing™ to your system. Constructed for versatility, TrueQuiet fans include a convenient 2-speed switch that allows you to easily choose either silent or maximum RPM cooling. Because a functional computer relies on more than just cooling, TrueQuiet is equipped with silicone grommets and a uniquely-designed fan blade to reduce turbulence, vibration and noise for overall quiet operation. TrueQuiet comes in two models, 120 mm and 140 mm fan, and is backed by a 2-year limited warranty on parts and labor. Upgrade your fans and add optimal cooling and functionality to your PC with TrueQuiet.