Thermaltake Debuts Luna and Pure Series LED Case Fans

Thermaltake has introduced two new lineups of fans that will be known as either the Luna LED series or the Pure LED series.

The Luna series of fans will feature anti-vibration rubber pads, as well as frame coverage along certain parts. They will first become available in a 120 mm variant, feature a starting voltage of 9 V, and are designed to spin at 1200 RPM. At this speed they'll push 50.44 CFM, make 20.7 dBA of noise, and produce a static pressure of 1.32 mm of water.

The Pure series of fans are a bit more basic, featuring a simple frame. They will come in 120 mm and 200 mm versions. The 120 mm version will spin at 1000 RPM and push 38.89 CFM at this speed. It'll make up to 17.78 dBA of noise, and produce a static pressure of 1.34 mm of water. The LED Pure version will push up to 29.7 CFM and make up to 17.3 dBA of noise, yet spins at the same 1000 RPM speed.

The 200 mm version will spin at speeds of up to 800 RPM and will push up to 129.639 CFM while making 28.2 dBA of noise. It'll also produce a static pressure of just 0.996 mm of water.

There was no word on availability or pricing.

Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • Zachasaurs
    these are pretty cool maybe ill pick some to upgrade my current crappy ones #RonPaul2012
  • falchard
    Not impressed. Where is the over 100 CFM fan that sounds like there is a cesna plane in your room?
  • BlankInsanity
    Wouldnt these be better?$7.750 each1200RPM60CFM and 17DBA.