The 120mm fans come with the same brightly coloured box art. Once again the front is windowed to allow the multi finned arrangement of the fans to be viewed while the rear, as before, displays product information.
Vibrantly colourful box fronts.
Box back contains spec information.
The SWiF2 1201 is neatly packed alongside 4x solid metal screws, 4x anti-vibration bolts and a fully braided cable.
1201 front with box contents.
The SWiF2 120 is a standard 1200rpm unit with a 3-pin fan connector.
Finally we have the SWiF2 120P which, like its smaller brother, is supplied with a PWM fansplit cable, 4x solid metal screws, 4x anti-vibration bolts and a fully braided cable.
120P front with box contents.
It has an RPM range of 800-1700 and has a 4-pin connector just like the 92P.
The 92mm fans both use a fairly standard 7 blade design like much of the competition. The 120mm fans are quite different and feature a tightly bunched 11 blade assembly. Its going to be interesting to see how they perform in particular.
11 blades better than 7?