EKWB Computer Fans
EKWB EK-Vardar EVO 120ER RGB 120mm Fan - Maximum speed: 2200 RPM (+/- 10%) - Rated Voltage: 12V DC - Power Draw: 2.16W - PWM Duty Cycle: 25-100% - ER (Extended Range) - Connector: 4-pin PWM header - Shaft bearing: Double-Ball bearing - Bearing durability: 50.000 hrs @ 40°C (MTBF) - Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm - Black cable length: 50cm - RGB cable length: 50cm - RGB connector classic 4-pin (12+ R G B) - Noise Level: 33.5 dBA - 3830046995452 - 2 Years Limited WarrantySKU#: AC14630 Model#: 3830046995452$45.98
EKWB EK-Vardar F3-120 120mm Fan - 1850rpm - EK-Vardar is the industrial grade high-static pressure computer cooling fan, designed and built primarily for highest-performance computer liquid cooling systems.SKU#: AB91073 Model#: 3831109867532$24.98
EKWB EK-XLC Predator 240 Push-Pull 2x Fan Add-On - EK-XLC Predator 240 Push-Pull Add-On is a set of two additional EK-Vardar F4-120ER fans for EK-XLC Predator 240 All-In-One to enable push-pull fan configuration.SKU#: AB91079 Model#: 3831109863671$48.98
EKWB EK-XLC Predator 360 Push-Pull 3x Fan Add-On - EK-XLC Predator 360 Push-Pull Add-On is a set of three additional EK-Vardar F4-120ER fans for EK-XLC Predator 360 All-In-One to enable push-pull fan configuration.SKU#: AB91105 Model#: 3831109863688$71.98
Buy fans and packs of fans from Mwave!
Fans are the most common part of any PC cooling solution - be it that your PC uses liquid or air cooling, fans will be used to keep things cool. Mwave stocks PC and case fans ranging from 40mm to 230mm from leading computer fan brands such as Noctua, Corsair, Cooler Master, Fractal Design and many more! PC fans are available in a variety of coolers and features including RGB lighting and rubber screws/dampers for low noise.
Choosing the best fan
First you will need to identify what size fan you require. Fan sizes are measured in ‘mm’. Different fan frame types such as round fan frames can allow you to use a larger fan meaning better cooling potential for your PC. Next you will need to know what you will demanding from the fan whether it is a fan for a radiator/heatsink or an intake/exhaust fan in a case. Fans are typically optimised for airflow or pressure - with pressure fans being better for radiator/heatsink use while airflow fans are better for PC cases/chassis. Next you will need to decide if lower temperatures or lower noise is more important to you. Finally, you will need to specify what your budget is to determine which fan is best for you. Just to note, some premium fans like this Noctua F12 PWM 120mm fan offer a middle ground of airflow and pressure along with low-noise but comes at a price premium.