Sharkoon released the latest fan in its Silent Eagle "golf ball" series.
Wednesday Sharkoon revealed the 140-mm Silent Eagle 800 fan, the latest addition to its "Silent Eagle" case fan series. What makes this particular series unique is that the rotor blades have the surface texture of a golf ball. Although the fan certainly won't help with your golf swing, the small, round dimples are said to increase the amount of airflow by reducing drag. [as proven by The Mythbusters--Ed.]
"The Sharkoon Silent Eagle 800 rotates at 800 rpm, moving 93.85 cubic meters of air per hour while at a noise level of 12.4 decibels," the company said in a press release. "The power usage is rated at 0.1 amps and 12 volts. The white propeller and black frame case fan rotates in a rugged metal bearing and weighs 162 grams."
The company said that the fan can be connected to the power supply or motherboard. Also included with the fan is a 3pin/4pin adapter cable, a 3pin connector cable protected by a rubber hose, and a separate cable for monitoring the number of revolutions. To help with the noise reduction, four fan screws and rubber bolts are also supplied.
The Silent Eagle 800 is one of many models offered in the Silent Eagle series. Other than this 140-mm version, consumers can also purchase an illuminated LED model or the SE version which includes a modular cable system.