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[review]Phobya Nano-G 14 Silent Waterproof fan

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Sponsored by Aquatuning.de

Technical details of Phobya Nano-G 14 Silent Waterproof fan are, as follows:
- Dimensions: 140x140x25mm
- Weight: 138g
- Nominal Voltage: 12V
- Starting Voltage: 7V*
- Current draw: 0.2A*
- Nominal speed: 1000RPM (+/-10%)*
- Airflow: 58CFM
- Noise level: 25dB/A
- Bearing Type: Nanoflux
- MTBF(at 25 deg.C): 100000 hrs.
- Connector: 3-pin
* – stated by manufacturer.

Volt vs. Amps. VS RPM




Pros:
- High-quality materials
- Easy cleaning
- Long power cord
- Low power consumption
- Great control features
- Strong airflow
- Low noise out-side the case
- Waterproof
- Price

Cons:
- No screws
- High starting voltage
- Additional noise when mounted on rad

Price 11.99 Eu

Overall, the Phobya Nano-G 14 Silent Waterproof fan does his work great, both as a case fan or when pushing air through high-density radiators.
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what benefit for under water?
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what benefit for under water?
It's a total gimmick, there's no reason for it lol...
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what benefit for under water?
This is what I would like to know... unless its just to say "well atleast when my rad leaks and blows up my computer, I wont have to buy new FANS too!"

lol

Or maybe to piss off feser?
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what benefit for under water?
If you want to build a boat and you don't have the right motor for it
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If you want to build a boat and you don't have the right motor for it
Haha. gives me the great idea of putting your radiator in a bucket of water and letting these fans push it in circles

Maybe glue a little monkey figure to the top just for kicks
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If you want to build a boat and you don't have the right motor for it
Well. I'm thinking I could stack these fans in series and make it as a "pump".
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