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Features

  • Unique Combination of two fan blades: Traditional fan blade and Dispersion Fan blade to increase it effectiveness
  • Hydro-Dynamic Bearing: Spinning smoothly on self-lubricating HDB, the fan has an extreme long lifespan under constant operation.
  • Integrated Anti-vibration Pad: Made from soft silicone rubber to reduce the vibration between fan and chassis, and prevent additional noise

Dual Fans supported for CORE FROZR L

An additional set of 120mm fan brackets is included to support the use of dual fans in a push-pull configuration for additional cooling performance.

* Second fan not included

Unique combination of two fan blades

Ensures that the cooler stays relatively silent under extreme load situations.

Dispersion Fan Blade

has a steeper curved blade which accelerates the airflow, increasing its effectiveness.

Traditional Fan Blade

pushes down a steady airflow to the massive heatsink below.

TORX FANS FOR MAX AIRFLOW

Using MSI’s patented TORX Fan technology which can also be found on our famous GAMING series graphics cards, a massive amount of airflow is generated for highly effective cooling.

Double protection for enhanced performance

Hydro Dynamic Bearing

Spinning smoothly on self-lubricating HDB, the TORX fan has an extreme long lifespan under constant operation.

Integrated Anti-vibration Pad

Made from soft silicone rubber to reduce the vibration between fan and chassis, and prevent additional noise.

Fits in almost any case

Standard size 120mm TORX Fan is supported by all major case brands.

 

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