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Sharkoon Silent Eagle 1000 120mm PC Case Fan

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About this product


Product overview

• Spinning at 1000RPM, just 19dBA of noise is emitted so it’s quiet
• Moves 62.5 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air, producing fantastic airflow around your system
• Standard 3-pin fan connector for connecting to almost any motherboard
• Black with white fan blades to suit any monochrome colour scheme

How much air does this fan move and is it loud?
This Sharkoon Silent Eagle fan is capable of moving a large amount of air throughout your case, while delivering little noise. It spins at 1000RPM, and with the golf ball based surface texture there is less air resistance and turbulence – which create a high airflow of 62.5 cubic feet per minute (CFM). The design also helps to keep the fan at a quiet 19dBA, with rubber screws included to reduce noise even further.

Where should I place these fans?
The high airflow of 62.5CFM means it is great for open areas of your case where very little is blocking the fan – for example it would be great for use as an exhaust fan, on the side panel, or on the bottom fan locations on your case.


Product Specifications

Fan Bearing:



Mount Included:



Black with white blades

Operating Specifications


62.5 cfm

Rotation Speed:


Static Pressure:

0.9 mm/H2Omm/H2O

Noise Level:


Adjustable Fan Speed:



1.1 WW

Operating Voltage:

12 VV



3-pin fan connector

Dimensions & Weight







Could you tell me the air flow for this fan?
Asked by: Peter Darnell
Fan Diameter: 120 mm Fan Height: 25 mm Fan Bearing: Sleeve bearing Rotation Speed: 1000 rpm Air Flow: 36.7 cfm Power Connector: 3-pin plug, 4 pin Molex connector Dimensions (WxDxH): 12 cm x 12 cm x 2.5 cm
Answered by: DB
Date published: 2015-07-17

I want to slot this in as a replacement, no hassle. So: Does it work on AC mains? What is the exact distance between the fixing holes? Thank you.
Asked by: Alan
This is a fan for use inside a computer case, it draws it's power from the computers motherboard, it is designed to fit a standard 120mm fan mount inside a PC case.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-07-17
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