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ADATA signs an agreement with Nidec to bring GentleTyphoon fans to their future XPG products

The GentleTyphoon series is making a return

ADATA signs an agreement with Nidec to bring GentleTyphoon fans to their future XPG products

ADATA signs an agreement with Nidec to bring GentleTyphoon fans to their future XPG products

ADATA has revealed that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Nidec Servo, allowing them to source the company's GentleTyphoon series fans for future XPG products. 

ADATA has confirmed that their XPG brand has liquid-based and air-based cooling products in the works, which are now due to include Nidec's GentleTyphoon fans. ADATA has already launched these GentleTyphoon fans in the form of their XPG VENTO PRO fan, reviving the GentleTyphoon legacy. 

Nidec Servo's GentleTyphoon fans are designed to deliver high levels of static pressure to force air inside and through a PC. This fan design is ideal for heatsinks and liquid cooling radiators, offering users high static pressures of up to3.15 mm H?O and up to 75 CFM of airflow. 
 
Below is a comment from Nidec Servo's President and CEO Masayuki Mohri;

  

    Nidec Servo is excited to be furthering its partnership with XPG to bring cutting-edge cooling technology to even more gamers and PC enthusiasts around the world.

We look forward to strengthening our collaboration and combining our respective competencies in gaming products and motor and fan design, as we have done with the VENTO PRO 120 PWM, to deliver gaming products with exceptional cooling capabilities.

ADATA signs an agreement with Nidec to bring GentleTyphoon fans to their future XPG products  
You can join the discussion on ADATA's plans to use GentleTyphoon fans on their future CPU tower heatsinks and liquid coolers on the OC3D Forums

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28-04-2021, 10:31:40

AngryGoldfish
These used to be one of the only neutral coloured radiator fans that were worth their salt, but nowadays there are plenty of good options.Quote

28-04-2021, 12:10:38

NeverBackDown
Agreed. I had 6(2 broke) and after getting the new Noctua 120mm fans they are no longer worth the money. Noctua simply pushes more air at a more quiet level. I saw temp drops on my AIO after switching.Quote

28-04-2021, 19:01:55

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Agreed. I had 6(2 broke) and after getting the new Noctua 120mm fans they are no longer worth the money. Noctua simply pushes more air at a more quiet level. I saw temp drops on my AIO after switching.
Doesn't automatically mean it was the fans, could be a number of different things.Quote

28-04-2021, 20:54:17

Bartacus
In Canada, we can already get these from Daz, he commissioned a pile of em under his 'Darkside' brand. Last batch I bought 10 of em, 1850 RPM, PWM, black blades, for $18.50CDN each. As far as 'bang for buck' goes, they cannot be beat. You're only lacking RGB, but then again that's a headache that some of us don't miss, LOL!Quote

29-04-2021, 00:30:08

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Doesn't automatically mean it was the fans, could be a number of different things.
Not complicated to do a simple temperature test with the only variable being simply swapping fans.Quote
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