Antec TriCool Case Fan

Antec TriCool Case Fan (TRICOOL 92MM)

92mm - 2200rpm

$6.69 In Stock
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Description

Balance Necessary Cooling With Quietness.

Main Features

  • Fan Diameter: 92 mm
  • Fan Speed: 2200 rpm
  • Air Flow: 38 CFM
  • Noise Levels: 27 dB(A)
  • Connectors: 3-pin TX3
  • Connectors: 4-pin LP4
  • Input Voltage: 12 V DC
  • Dimensions: 92 mm x 92 mm x 25.40 mm
  • Additional Information:

    Features:

  • Double ball-bearing design lasts longer than conventional fans
  • 3-speed switch lets you balance quiet performance with maximum cooling
  • 3-pin and 4-pin power connectors provide convenient connections to your motherboard or power supply
  • Fan-speed monitoring capability included (requires compatible motherboard)
  • Speed RPM:

  • 1200
  • 1600
  • Airflow CFM:

  • 21
  • 28
  • Noise dBA:

  • 14.6
  • 21
  • Application/Usage: Case
  • Standard Warranty: 3 Year
  • General Information

    Product TypeCooling Fan
    Brand NameAntec
    ManufacturerAntec, Inc
    Product NameTriCool Case Fan
    Manufacturer Part NumberTRICOOL 92MM
    Manufacturer Website Addresswww.antec.com
    Marketing Information

    Balance Necessary Cooling With Quietness.

    Fan Information

    Fan Speed2200 rpm
    Air Flow38 CFM
    Noise Levels27 dB(A)
    Fan Diameter92 mm

    Interfaces/Ports

    Connectors4-pin LP4

    Power Description

    Input Voltage12 V DC

    Physical Characteristics

    Dimensions92 mm x 92 mm x 25.40 mm

    Miscellaneous

    Application/UsageCase
    Additional Information

    Features:

  • Double ball-bearing design lasts longer than conventional fans
  • 3-speed switch lets you balance quiet performance with maximum cooling
  • 3-pin and 4-pin power connectors provide convenient connections to your motherboard or power supply
  • Fan-speed monitoring capability included (requires compatible motherboard)
  • Speed RPM:

  • 1200
  • 1600
  • Airflow CFM:

  • 21
  • 28
  • Noise dBA:

  • 14.6
  • 21
  • Warranty

    Standard Warranty3 Year
    February 25, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Works fine. Quiet on medium setting. Moves air well.
    Cons: High setting is noticeably audible. How 'bout an external fan control on a bracket, a-la Rosewill? Little internal thumb-switch is awkward.
    Works fine. Quiet on medium setting. Moves air well. High setting is noticeably audible. How 'bout an external fan control on a bracket, a-la Rosewill? Little internal thumb-switch is awkward.
    March 24, 2010 afish01 says:
    Pros: Good price, well-respected brand, Tri-Cool is easy to use and instantly lets you choose from three different speeds, moves a decent amount of air for a 92mm.
    Cons: Way noisier than I was expecting. This went into a customer's computer, and they didn't mind. If it was in my computer, I'd be returning it.
    Good price, well-respected brand, Tri-Cool is easy to use and instantly lets you choose from three different speeds, moves a decent amount of air for a 92mm. Way noisier than I was expecting. This went into a customer's computer, and they didn't mind. If it was in my computer, I'd be returning it. I may have gotten a bad fan, but even on low this fan had a nasty vacuum cleaner noise to it. The sound only got worse on medium and high. For some strange reason, the sound mostly went away when I put a dust filter in front of the fan, which restricted its airflow a bit. In the past, I've had great results from other Antec products, so these problems were a surprise to me.
    March 3, 2010 Eversoletech says:
    Pros: Good Reviews, good price, & good air movement
    Cons: A little noisy on high, but tolerable
    Good Reviews, good price, & good air movement A little noisy on high, but tolerable Had to look carefully to find the tiny 3-speed switch on the end of a lead...tried the different positions to see which position was high, medium, low
    August 17, 2009 Fury says:
    Pros: All 3 of mines work Great, Going strong for over 11 Months, just adjust them to the desired speeds hardware wise or software and you'll be totally satisfied
    Cons: hmmmmm, can't think of any
    All 3 of mines work Great, Going strong for over 11 Months, just adjust them to the desired speeds hardware wise or software and you'll be totally satisfied hmmmmm, can't think of any
    June 12, 2009 grizzly says:
    Pros: fans work just fine in my chieftech case just to cool the HDD's.
    Cons: it gets loud when switched to medium or max power.that's why only 4 eggs
    fans work just fine in my chieftech case just to cool the HDD's. it gets loud when switched to medium or max power.that's why only 4 eggs if run on minimum the fans are barely to hear and my CPU-fan is much louder. even on slow the fans manage to cool the drive quite a bit.
    March 18, 2009 testone says:
    Pros: Runs well, not noisy.
    Cons: None!
    Runs well, not noisy. None!
    January 13, 2009 Bill says:
    Pros: Nice manual control fan, 3 speeds.
    Blue LED's have nice glow if you care about that.
    Not too noisy, or whiney, good design.
    Cons: none
    Nice manual control fan, 3 speeds.
    Blue LED's have nice glow if you care about that.
    Not too noisy, or whiney, good design. none
    December 24, 2008 Anonymous says:
    Pros: -Keeps an old computer nice and cool
    -Quiet
    -3 Speeds
    -3 pin adapter for mobo
    Cons: Kinda expensive
    -Keeps an old computer nice and cool
    -Quiet
    -3 Speeds
    -3 pin adapter for mobo Kinda expensive
    December 18, 2008 Asmodean-the-Monk says:
    Pros: It's a fan, and it works. Having a switch to manually select the speed is a great feature, definitely worth the extra couple bucks.
    Cons: The included screws seemed too big and didn't comfortably fit into the plastic fan housing. They were so tight I only used two - I was worried about cracking the enclosure.
    It's a fan, and it works. Having a switch to manually select the speed is a great feature, definitely worth the extra couple bucks. The included screws seemed too big and didn't comfortably fit into the plastic fan housing. They were so tight I only used two - I was worried about cracking the enclosure.
    August 19, 2008 Ryan says:
    Pros: Fans work great! They give you self tapping screws so you can easily install this into your case. I used them as exhaust fans, and on high I can't even hear them over all my other components, but it definetly moves some air. Great product.
    Cons: none so far, works like a champ.
    Fans work great! They give you self tapping screws so you can easily install this into your case. I used them as exhaust fans, and on high I can't even hear them over all my other components, but it definetly moves some air. Great product. none so far, works like a champ. XpS 630i case.
    August 19, 2008 FEVER says:
    Pros: Tri speed control and easy to install. quiet even at high speeds keep mine on med. (best power if u plug it into the psu and the 3 plug connector) keeps my case cool after a whole days use.
    Cons: none can think of wish i could have more room for it
    Tri speed control and easy to install. quiet even at high speeds keep mine on med. (best power if u plug it into the psu and the 3 plug connector) keeps my case cool after a whole days use. none can think of wish i could have more room for it
    August 10, 2008 727Stretch says:
    Pros: Comes with a low/med/high speed selector. No cheesy LEDs on this model. Sturdy construction. Quiet even on high.
    Cons: None that are the fault of the product.
    Comes with a low/med/high speed selector. No cheesy LEDs on this model. Sturdy construction. Quiet even on high. None that are the fault of the product. This case fan may be a bit more than a basic one, but for the low noise level and the manual speed adjustment, it's worth the extra money.
    July 22, 2008 gcd says:
    Pros: Works like it should. Good airflow at low fan speeds, which leads to silent yet effective cooling.
    Cons: none
    Works like it should. Good airflow at low fan speeds, which leads to silent yet effective cooling. none Have this installed in an Antec NSK3840 case. They make a great team
    July 12, 2008 CMC says:
    Pros: Seuper quiet even on high setting.
    Cons: none
    Seuper quiet even on high setting. none
    July 2, 2008 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Runs quietly, especially on Low & Medium settings. Great replacement for stock rear cooling fan in Shuttle case.
    Cons: none so far
    Runs quietly, especially on Low & Medium settings. Great replacement for stock rear cooling fan in Shuttle case. none so far
    July 1, 2008 uncle-buck says:
    Pros: Quiet, well made, efficient, and inexpensive.
    Cons: None.
    Quiet, well made, efficient, and inexpensive. None. After reading some PC case products reviews, I bought two of these to put in the front of a new Antec case. They work great and are incredibly quiet. Highly recommend!
    June 29, 2008 Beorning says:
    Pros: Nice fan. Quiet. I have two of them mounted in the front of an Antec case and they work great.
    Cons: None.
    Nice fan. Quiet. I have two of them mounted in the front of an Antec case and they work great. None.
    June 20, 2008 jrob120 says:
    Pros: Even on high these fans are quieter than most other models I've tried while having a respectable airflow.
    When connected outside the case and held up about 1 foot from my ear there is a slightly annoying buzzing sound on high, which is barely audible on medium and completely disappears on low. Once installed I can't even tell they're running.
    Cons: None that I can find.
    Even on high these fans are quieter than most other models I've tried while having a respectable airflow.
    When connected outside the case and held up about 1 foot from my ear there is a slightly annoying buzzing sound on high, which is barely audible on medium and completely disappears on low. Once installed I can't even tell they're running. None that I can find.
    May 14, 2008 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Great fan, does not make any more noise than I expected. It is hard for me to hear anything over the rear 120mm fan anyway though.
    Cons: None...
    Great fan, does not make any more noise than I expected. It is hard for me to hear anything over the rear 120mm fan anyway though. None...
    March 30, 2008 Anonymous says:
    Pros: 3 speed selection switch, 3 or 4 pin plug-in, 2 ball bearing, low noise, low price.
    Cons: None
    3 speed selection switch, 3 or 4 pin plug-in, 2 ball bearing, low noise, low price. None This isn't the absolute quietest fan, but for the average person and a medium or low fan speed, you aren't going to get much better, especially considering the price. It just works, get it.
    February 29, 2008 Ben says:
    Pros: Whisper quiet, can not hear it even at HI setting. Three stage settings are a plus.
    Cons: None so far
    Whisper quiet, can not hear it even at HI setting. Three stage settings are a plus. None so far
    January 31, 2008 alpo52 says:
    Pros: Great product. Well thought out, quality seems high. Adaptors/connectors included allow it to work with virtually any computer and configuration.
    Cons: can't think of any.. well maybe, it's not free ;-)
    Great product. Well thought out, quality seems high. Adaptors/connectors included allow it to work with virtually any computer and configuration. can't think of any.. well maybe, it's not free ;-) Bought 2 of these.. much quieter, better bearings and better airflow than the fans that were included in my new Gateway computer.
    January 22, 2008 RW says:
    Pros: Purchased this as a replacment for my ailing case fan on my Dimension 2350. Reasonable price. Relatively quiet on Medium setting. Easy swap out and installation with included screws. Disconnected the attached 4 pin adapter and just plugged in the 3 pin socket to the MoBo. Worked from the start without any issues. I liked the fact that it has double ball bearing (suppose to last longer). The world is now a quieter place.
    Cons: This is a 3 speed fan, L, M, H. When set on High, I did notice the fan sound - not too bad but definitely noticable. I settled on Medium, to enjoy the lower fan sound but also have it move enough air from the cpu.
    Purchased this as a replacment for my ailing case fan on my Dimension 2350. Reasonable price. Relatively quiet on Medium setting. Easy swap out and installation with included screws. Disconnected the attached 4 pin adapter and just plugged in the 3 pin socket to the MoBo. Worked from the start without any issues. I liked the fact that it has double ball bearing (suppose to last longer). The world is now a quieter place. This is a 3 speed fan, L, M, H. When set on High, I did notice the fan sound - not too bad but definitely noticable. I settled on Medium, to enjoy the lower fan sound but also have it move enough air from the cpu.
    January 21, 2008 nick see says:
    Pros: can't hear the fan over PS and Processor cooling on low or medium setting.
    Cons: none
    can't hear the fan over PS and Processor cooling on low or medium setting. none didn't try the 'high' setting yet.
    December 26, 2007 Von says:
    Pros: Quiet!
    Cons: No cons!
    Quiet! No cons! I am using this fan in my Sonata II case. I put it in the air ducting to pull more air to the CPU fan for additional cooling. I put it on low speed for quietness. My CPU temperature dropped 5 degrees.
    December 20, 2007 85sfarunner says:
    Pros: Quiet on low/med speeds, good airflow.
    Cons: None
    Quiet on low/med speeds, good airflow. None I have two of these in my case and they work great.
    December 13, 2007 RC says:
    Pros: Extremely quiet on low & bearly audible on mid. This is simply the perfect fan. Now I need one in 80mm...
    Cons: None at all
    Extremely quiet on low & bearly audible on mid. This is simply the perfect fan. Now I need one in 80mm... None at all If you're tired of noisy fans, but need a good cooling solution, then GET this one!!!
    December 10, 2007 Anonymous says:
    Pros: It is quiet on low. You can connect it either directly to the power supply or to the motherboard.
    Cons: It is clear. You can't see this in my case so it is a bit pointless that it is clear, but if that sort of thing appeals to you this is your fan.
    It is quiet on low. You can connect it either directly to the power supply or to the motherboard. It is clear. You can't see this in my case so it is a bit pointless that it is clear, but if that sort of thing appeals to you this is your fan.
    November 25, 2007 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Silent on Low!! I have two of these in my case and with the case 6in from My head I have to look at them to see they are running!! and they blow pretty good too!
    Cons: None
    Silent on Low!! I have two of these in my case and with the case 6in from My head I have to look at them to see they are running!! and they blow pretty good too! None
    November 12, 2007 Md Rahman says:
    Pros: Excellent Fan. No Noise at all. I will recommend this fan.
    Cons: None
    Excellent Fan. No Noise at all. I will recommend this fan. None
    November 1, 2007 Tyler D says:
    Pros: Bought to put in a Presario SR2020NX (Compaq forgot to put a fan in). This thing is super quiet, even on the fastest setting. I don't know why you would bother turning the speed down.
    Cons: None so far.
    Bought to put in a Presario SR2020NX (Compaq forgot to put a fan in). This thing is super quiet, even on the fastest setting. I don't know why you would bother turning the speed down. None so far. You can either use the 3-pin fan connector or the 4-pin molex connector. Good thing about it is you can disconnect the 4-pin connector if you want to just use the 3-pin so you don't have extra wires hanging in your PC.
    October 13, 2007 Peace says:
    Pros: Using it on medium speed for an HR-03 cooling a 8800gts. Pretty quiet at this speed, cools the 8800 well.
    Cons: None works as advertised.
    Using it on medium speed for an HR-03 cooling a 8800gts. Pretty quiet at this speed, cools the 8800 well. None works as advertised. Its a fan
    July 15, 2007 Fan-Man says:
    Pros: triple selection for fan speed, connectivity to mobo, low noise, neutral color
    Cons: no LED
    triple selection for fan speed, connectivity to mobo, low noise, neutral color no LED Perfect on my Thermalright HR-03 Plus VGA Cooler on a eVGA Geforce 8800GTS.
    April 2, 2007 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Fairly quiet, better than any stock case fan
    Cons: None
    Fairly quiet, better than any stock case fan None
    April 2, 2007 Sal says:
    Pros: Pretty great title, I know, These fans are great, can connect them to the board, power supply, or a fan controller (depending on your board). Tri cool is great, I keep them on medium so they're pumping in about as much air as the 120mm I have in back pumps out.
    Cons: If you have them connected to the PSU, there are a couple extra wires hanging off, but they're easily hidden in one of the extra HDD cages.
    Pretty great title, I know, These fans are great, can connect them to the board, power supply, or a fan controller (depending on your board). Tri cool is great, I keep them on medium so they're pumping in about as much air as the 120mm I have in back pumps out. If you have them connected to the PSU, there are a couple extra wires hanging off, but they're easily hidden in one of the extra HDD cages. I have an Antec Solo case, all black, so no lights for me, these fans are amazingly quiet, I can barely hear them.
    November 27, 2006 Tecigno says:
    Pros: On lowest speed, it moves a reasonable amount of air for so little noise! It's a recommended case fan!
    Cons: Use the screws that came with it. They are the exact width. If you are using smaller but long screws, you can still use them.
    On lowest speed, it moves a reasonable amount of air for so little noise! It's a recommended case fan! Use the screws that came with it. They are the exact width. If you are using smaller but long screws, you can still use them. I was the first to review it! :)