60x10mm Replacement CPU Cooler Fan TX3

60x10mm Replacement CPU Cooler Fan TX3

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SKU: FAN6X1TX3

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This versatile 60mm fan is an ideal replacement fan for keeping your computer running cool. The fan can be powered through a TX3 connection, and features a dual ball bearing design that ensures reliable cooling and longer fan lifespan.
The fan can be used to replace the fan component of some CPU coolers or mounted to the side panel of a computer case and features a tachometer pin on the TX3 motherboard connector that provides the host system with fan operating status information.

Performance
Rotational speed (max)4000 RPM
Noise level (high speed)28 dB
TypeFan
Suitable forComputer case
Operating temperature (T-T)-10 - 80 °C
Fan diameter6 cm
Maximum airflow15.49 cfm
Mean time between failures (MTBF)56.609 h
Design
Product colourBlack
Technical details
Noise level (high speed)28 dB
TypeFan
Suitable forComputer case
Fan diameter6 cm
Maximum airflow15.49 cfm
Connector(s)1 - TX3 Female
Airflow15.9
Bearing technologyBall bearing
Sustainability certificatesRoHS
Power
Voltage12 V
Power consumption (typical)1.92 W
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)-10 - 80 °C
Colour
Product colourBlack
Weight & dimensions
Package depth115 mm
Package width65 mm
Package height32 mm
Width10 mm
Package weight48 g
Depth60 mm
Height60 mm
Weight38 g
Endurance
Mean time between failures (MTBF)56.609 h
Packaging data
Package depth115 mm
Package width65 mm
Package height32 mm
Package weight48 g
Other features
Rotational speed4000 RPM
Connector(s)1 - TX3 Female
Bearing technologyBall bearing
Airflow15.9

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