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jmke 15th December 2005 22:06

So long Noiseblocker®, welcome Coolink: the originial blue fan is back
 
So long Noiseblocker®, welcome Coolink: the originial blue fan is back and more affordable

Taipei / Wien, December 15th 2005 - Rascom and Kolink today introduced
the new SWiF (short for 'Silent Whisper Fan') fan series of the Coolink
brand. The transparent-blue SWiF fans have so far been sold under the
brand name 'Noiseblocker® Ultra Silent Fan' (Rev. 1.0). From now on, the
popular fans are available in familiar Noiseblocker® quality but at a
much more attractive price! So long Noiseblocker®, welcome Coolink: the
originial blue fan is back and more affordable!

"As Noiseblocker® no longer obtains its 'Ultra Silent Fans' from Kolink
International Corp and cooperates with a different manufacturer for its
new models, we decided to continue the product under the Coolink SWiF
brand name in accordance with the high customer interest', explains
Kuo-Chen Chu , CEO Kolink International Corporation. Many versions of
the new 'Silent Whisper Fans' are identical in construction to the
proven Noiseblocker® 'Ultra Silent Fans' (Rev. 1.0) and hence possess
the same outstanding performance and operating characteristics that have
convinced hundreds and thousands of users over the years.

"The new SWiF fans are the perfect solution for those who want to
continue to enjoy the quietness, quality and design of the popular
'Ultra Silent Fans' (Rev. 1.0) at a significantly more affordable
price', Mag. Roland Mossig, CEO der Rascom Computerdistribution
Ges.m.b.H. says.

Models: 80, 92 and 120mm in various versions
The new SWiF fans are available in 80, 90 and 120mm formats, each in
various versions - depending on whether maximum quietness or higher
airflow is required. Within the 80mm series, the SWiF-801 corresponds to
the previous Noiseblocker® S1 (Rev. 1.0), the SWiF-802 to the S2 (Rev.
1.0) and the SWiF-803 to the S3 (Rev. 1.0). The 92mm fan SWiF-922
complies with Noiseblocker®'s SE2 (Rev. 1.0). Within the 120mm series,
the SWiF-1201 corresponds to the Noiseblocker® SX1, whereas the
SWiF-1200 is even more silent. All models are available both in retail
packaging and low-priced 'Basic' versions. While the 'Basic' versions
include just a set of fan screws, the retail version comes with fan
screws, 3:4 pin adaptor, manual fan speed control and a PCI mounting
bracket for adjustable fan speed knob. Detailed specifications and data
sheets are available at www.coolink-europe.com

Sales and distribution
International distribution is carried out by Rascom Computerdistribution
Ges.m.b.H.. PNL-Tech Ges.m.b.H. is responsible for the distribution in
Germany. All 'Basic' and retail models are available immediately.

About Kolink
Kolink International Corporation is a cooling specialist established in
1996 and well known among industry insiders. Throughout the years,
Kolink designed and manufactured many top-performing heat-sinks under
various brand names that succeeded in international markets. To name
one, Kolink's superior manufacturing technology greatly contributed to
the excellent reviews that CPU coolers of the Noiseblocker® brand
received in the German media for many years. An experienced R&D team and
ultra-modern production plants in Taiwan ensure continuous progress,
efficient manufacturing conditions and strict quality standards.

jmke 15th December 2005 22:08

I can confirm that the Coolink 92/120mm coolers are of high quality, on par with the best what Papst/Delta have to offer when it comes to noise/performance ratio.

More in my upcoming A64 HSF Roundup ;)

Rutar 15th December 2005 22:18

You did have to tease us even more for that roundup o_O


But yes, the Noiseblocker SX1 was my recommended fan alongside with the Papst GLL and had the ceramic bearing as advantage (longer lifetime). Silence is beautifull =)

jmke 15th December 2005 22:29

I checked, it's the SWiF-1201 I have here, that's the counterpart of the SX1.

Gothrek 29th December 2005 20:07

90 m˛/h = ???? CFM?

jmke 29th December 2005 20:10

http://www.google.be/search?q=conver...en-US:official

1 cubic meter = 35.3146667 cubic feet

90*35.3 = 3177CFH = 52.95CFM


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