GELID Release New SILENT/ SILENT TC/ SILENT PWM Case fan series

"Superior Silent Case Fan Series for Silent Enthusiasts"

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Superior Silent Case Fan Series for Silent Enthusiasts OC3D Official Press Release
Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions announces the launch of their superior Silent case fan series Silent / TC / PWM in 3 different sizes (80mm, 92mm and 120mm).

GELID PWM fanThe Silent series is designed for silent enthusiasts. GELID Silent case fans provide additional airflow without increasing noise levels and at affordable prices. Precisely balanced fan blades and long life Hydro Dynamic bearing guarantee ultra low noise. To add to the silence fan mounts replace traditional screws and are made of high quality, temperature resistant, extra long lasting rubber and stop vibrations from the fan motor from travelling into your PC case. For discerning Silent enthusiasts the Silent TC fans provide additional airflow by changing the fan speed according to your actual temperature needs, giving you no more noise than absolutely necessary and maximum cooling when needed. A superior IC embedded in the fan’s PCB allows smart variable fan speeds.

Designed for advanced users the Silent PWM fans provide additional airflow by using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to automatically adjust fan speed according to the CPU temperature. An intelligent IC had been integrated into the fan’s PCB to exploit your mainboard’s BIOS software. This technology is more efficient and convenient than using an external fan controller to adjust the voltage.

“We have been able to make significant improvements in the way which the fan speed is controlled for both the PWM and Temperature Control versions” said VC TRAN co-founder and Marketing Director of GELID Solutions Ltd.
MSRP                                                             USD                                      Euros
GELID Silent 8 / PWM / TC                   4.15 / 7.50 / 7.80                  3.10 / 4.70 / 5.20
GELID Silent 9 / PWM / TC                   5.05 / 9.00 / 9.20                  3.70 / 6.00 / 6.15
GELID Silent 12 / PWM / TC                 5.75 / 10.50 / 10.80              4.17 / 7.00 / 7.20
All fans are RoHS and WEEE conform and carry a 5 year warranty.
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08-08-2008, 09:08:29

i never had that issue with my saitek ....

08-08-2008, 11:11:57

dont leave out the relucsa, i have it and its a quality keyboard, looks good, great design and layout

also quite a bit cheaper than the G15

08-08-2008, 11:27:34

being quite large in the finger department I much prefer the G15 but I do prefer the Mk1 over the Mk2

Can't use the Saitek keep hitting wrong keys with my sausage fingers :D and the Lycosa sucks even worse

08-08-2008, 11:33:18


I HATE the spacebar on the saitek it needs quite a whack to work, crap design. I only ever had MS ones before that and never had issues... Next keyboard is going to be awesomely expensive to avoid any quality issues...

Oh, other than the spacebar thing it is a nice solid kb...

Eclipse or Eclipse II?

08-08-2008, 11:48:25

I can`t promote the G12 V2. Even tho I love the V1, the V2 just doesn`t offer anything +ve for me.

How can u screw up a model revision so much ?

08-08-2008, 20:34:48

Well I got my G15 today, and i'm really chuffed with it. It's a bit wierd to type on atm, as the keys are narrower than my previous labtec, so i keep pressing the wrong ones, but it's really easy to depress keys and they still give satisfying tactile feedback :)

The first thing i did was map G6 to Ctrl, as I keep pressing it by accident so it might as well be Ctrl for now as i don't have another use for it right now.

The "lock windows key" key is pretty useful for gaming, and the little LCD is not gimmicky at all, it's actually really useful for seeing where ur CPU is getting stressed, whether a game is using loads of RAM etc, as well as displaying songs which is handy without having to bring up your media player each time.

The backlight is OK, there are a couple of keys which imo look as if they could do with a little clean at the back to allow the light to shine through fully. It's really hard to get good pictures but this one kinda shows the backlighting.


08-08-2008, 21:17:12


Well I got my G15 today,
The backlight is OK, there are a couple of keys which imo look as if they could do with a little clean at the back to allow the light to shine through fully. It's really hard to get good pictures but this one kinda shows the backlighting.

That is looking alot brighter than my bros

09-08-2008, 07:39:15

dont like the colour

the blue version on the V1 was far better...

prefer the layout though

looks good :)

09-08-2008, 08:10:48

Colour is actually not too bad, kinda subtle and doesnt grab your eyes when you're lookin at the screen. I admit a blue V2 would probably be my fav choice [watch them bring one out next week now lol] but I guess I could always do something like this if I was too bothered about the colours, would be a challenging and interesting project I reckon.

09-08-2008, 09:00:43

I have the Saitek Eclipse II and I absolutely love it.
Extremely comfortable and I haven't experienced any issues with the spacebar.

If you have a girlfriend though, be prepared to accept the fact that the backlight is going to be set to purple/pink when she's around! haha!

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