Talismoon Whisper Legacy Cooling Fan- Xbox 360 Red, Blue, Green

X360WHISPERLEGACY

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Talismoon – Whisper Legacy Cooling Fan- Xbox 360 – Red, Blue, Green

Talismoon – Whisper Legacy Cooling Fan- Xbox 360 – Red, Blue, Green

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Banish heat forever with the new Whisper Legacy. Sporting a newly designed, front mounted "Nitro Switch", the Whisper Legacy makes it easier than ever to expel unwanted heat. The Whisper Legacy continues to come with blue LED lights installed, although you can use no LEDs or switch to red or green lights (also included).

The Whisper Legacy also enjoys the status of being the "quietest rated fan" that Talismoon has ever produced thanks to the newest mechanism available, a sealed oil chamber that provides less friction than ball bearings.

Every Whisper Legacy comes with a bonus: the "Abzorber" noise vibration reduction system, in every package. To help reduce DVD drive vibration noise.

Features
  • No Ball Bearings: specially lubricated "sealed chamber" axis
  • Lighter impeller blades provide less resistance than earlier Whisper models
  • 42,000 hour lifetime - nearly 5 years of continuous uptime
  • Interchangable Blue, Green, and Red lights included (blue lights installed)
  • 68 CFM per fan in "Nitro Mode"
  • Full color instructions included




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