Looks like we’re in for a fantastic week for high performance fans, racing through the Antec Storm 120.

Its very name already tells us that we are dealing with a fan with the standard dimensions of 120 x 120 x 25 mm, which in this case offers a PWM design that allows it to rotate between the 600 and 2000 rpm generating an airflow at a maximum speed of 66.56CFM with a static pressure of 2.7mmH2O, making it ideal for supplying large airflow to the system, and even for air cooling systems. All of this is achieved at relatively low noise, and it’s at maximum rotational speed that we’re talking 25.8dBA.

Antec Storm 120

The information of the Antec Storm 120 complete with smooth dynamic bearings that promise at least 80,000 operating hours (just over 9 years old) before presenting a problem, it has anti-vibration rubber pads to prevent any kind of annoying noise or vibration from being transferred to the system, the 4-pin cable used for its power supply has a elegant design by a bed which simulates carbon fiber (in addition to aesthetics, improves durability), leaves behind any gaming theme (RGB), is backed by a 3-year warranty, and unfortunately the most important thing, its price, has not been announced, although at least we know that there will be discount packs with 2, 3 and 5 fans.