Xthermal BTF120PRO LED



Overall, if you’re after a fan which is very quiet, I wouldn’t hesitate before buying the BTF120PRO because it is, Mulnaz to say the least. But airflow is one area where this fan can be improved greatly, it simply doesn’t push enough air to keep up with competitor fans from makes such as Noctua and so probably isn’t ideal for water cooling enthusiasts or installation on a CPU cooler.

The price isn’t bad either at £10.50. Most other fans in this performance range tend to average at about £15, so if you’re after a quiet fan and are prepared to skimp a bit on airflow, the Xthermal certainly isn’t a bad buy.

Pros Cons
Silent Missing 9db/A adaptor – very loose packaging
Looks Good Airflow isn’t the best
Easy Installation
Anti-Vibration pegs



Thanks go to Xthermal for providing us with this fan.


Last modified: February 15, 2011

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