Gigabyte Computer Fans

Case fans are a simple way of keeping your PC cool in order to maintain its health and performance. Mwave stocks a wide range of the best computer cooling fans, including from popular brands such as Noctua, be quiet!, Cooler Master, Arctic, Corsair and many more. We strive to provide our customers with choices in regards to both function and aesthetics – our computer fans range in size from 40mm to 230mm and come with all manner of features.
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  • Gigabyte AORUS 120mm ARGB Case Fan - Fan Dimensions: 120x25mm - Fan Speed: 800 ~ 1700 RPM +/-10% - Airflow: 18.52 ~ 40.85 CFM - Air Pressure: 0.37 ~ 1.48 mmH2O - MTTF: 73,500 Hours - Bearing Type: Sleeve (Graphene Nano Lubricant) - AR120FAN - 3 Years Limited Warranty
    SKU#: AC47641 Model#: AR120FAN
    $32.00
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  • Gigabyte AORUS 140mm ARGB Case Fan - Fan Dimensions: 140x25mm - Fan Speed: 800 ~ 1700 RPM +/-10% - Airflow: 30.3 ~ 60.64 CFM - Air Pressure: 0.59 ~ 2.18 mmH2O - MTTF: 73,500 Hours - Bearing Type: Sleeve (Graphene Nano Lubricant) - AR140FAN - 3 Years Limited Warranty
    SKU#: AC47640 Model#: AR140FAN
    $38.95
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Shop PC case fans from Mwave!

 

Mwave is your online store for computer cooling fans. Our range of PC fans are available in a variety of colours and with special features, including RGB lighting, PWM and speed sharing adapters, and rubber screws/dampers for low noise. Most fans are 25mm thick but we also stock low-profile computer fans that are only 15mm thick for those needing extra clearance or are limited on installation space.

 


Choosing the best fan

 

Our range of cooling fans has been curated to cater to multiple uses – whether you need a fan for a radiator/heatsink or an intake/exhaust fan in a case. Fans are typically optimised for airflow or pressure, with static pressure fans being better for radiator/heatsink use, while airflow fans are optimal for PC cases or chassis.
When selecting a cooling fan for your computer, it’s important to strike the right balance between temperature control and noise. Depending on your budget, there is a range of options that cater to both of these needs, but it is generally a matter of prioritising which function means more to you.

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