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be quiet! SilentWings 3 High-Speed 73.33 CFM 120 mm Fan

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Specifications

Manufacturer

be quiet!

Model

SilentWings 3 High-Speed

Part #

BL068

Manufacturer

be quiet!

Size

120 mm

Color

Black

RPM

2200 RPM

Airflow

73.33 CFM

Noise Level

28.6 dB

PWM (4-Pin)

No

LED

None

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    Reviews

    Jussn
    • 27 points
    • 25 months ago

    I was also interested in the Strix for the FanConnect 4-pin headers, but I could not get GPU fan control software to change their fan curve. GPU Tweak would only adjust the PWM of the mini header used to control the original fans; fortunately, this adapter, that I was originally using with my R9 Nano mod, worked fine.

    The two 120 MM Silent Wings (high-speed, model BL068) on the bottom are mounted in exhaust, each connected to a Noctua low-noise adapter, connected to a 2-way PWM splitter, to the VGA adapter, and finally to the card's mini fan header. In retrospect I should have gotten lower RPM fans. Right now even with the low-noise adapters they are running at 10% PWM at idle and 33% under load which keeps the 1080 Ti under 80 C in Furmark while staying soooooo quiet.

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