COOLER MASTER Silencio FP 120 PWM Fan Performance Edition (R4-SFNL-24PK-R1) Quiet The Beast!

Final Thoughts & Conclusion

The 5 COOLER MASTER Silencio FP 120 PWN Performance Edition fans we tested and installed in our X99 test rig severly lowered the noise coming from the rig. We went from a 70+ dBA level to below 40dBA which is perfectly acceptable to us considering we were jamming at 100% fan level on 6 COOLER MASTER fans total. COOLER MASTER really out did themselves on the design of these fans, the IP6X highest level of dust prevention and a whopping 5 year Warranty tell you how much engineering went into these fans. The 160,000 MTBF can be attributed to both the IP6X level protection, self lubricating Loop Dynamic Bearing and Silent Driver IC’s.

COOLER MASTER hit it out of the park with the SIlencio FP 120 PWM Performance Edition, silence when we need it and 67 CFM when we are hot and heavy into the benchmarks. We wouldn’t have a problem recommending the SIlencio FP 120 PWN Performance Edition to anyone wanting a combination of durable, quiet and high performance fans.

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Pros Cons
  • Quiet
  • 67 CFM
  • 4 Pin PWM
  • Static Pressure Fans
  • 160000 Hours MTBF
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • Loop Dynamic Bearings
  • IP6X
  • Silent Driver ICs
  • Conglomerate Cost

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4 comments

  1. Henddra Adriyadi

    Help me, where can I get driver ATI Radeon HD 4800 DDR3 256bit type?

  2. Can you please check how they perform on radiators with comparision to some popular fans like Gentle Typhoons? I’m really really curious! The Performance Edition is still not available here in Europe but i have the 3pin(1200RPM) versions and they are COMPLETELY SILENT at 12V.

  3. I have looked everywhere online and i couldn’t find it in stock anywhere. Can someone help?

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