• StarTech.com 92x25mm Ball Bearing Quiet Computer Case Fan w/ TX3 Connector - 3 pin case Fan - TX3 Fan - 90mm Fan (FAN9X25TX3L)
  • StarTech.com 92x25mm Ball Bearing Quiet Computer Case Fan w/ TX3 Connector - 3 pin case Fan - TX3 Fan - 90mm Fan (FAN9X25TX3L)
StarTech.com 92x25mm Ball Bearing Quiet Computer Case Fan w/ TX3 Connector - 3 pin case Fan - TX3 Fan - 90mm Fan (FAN9X25TX3L)
StarTech.com 92x25mm Ball Bearing Quiet Computer Case Fan w/ TX3 Connector - 3 pin case Fan - TX3 Fan - 90mm Fan (FAN9X25TX3L)

StarTech.com 92x25mm Ball Bearing Quiet Computer Case Fan w/ TX3 Connector - 3 pin case Fan - TX3 Fan - 90mm Fan (FAN9X25TX3L)

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  • A dual ball bearing design ensures reliability and longer life
  • A built-in tachometer allows for easy monitoring of the fan performance
  • Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support
  • Input Voltage: 12VDC / Input Current: 90mA
  • 3-pin connector with tachometer wire

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It works But... Its a good fan, plugged right into my MOBO with no issues, and started right up. It works but...This little thing is LOUD! I get that Its a High Air Flow fan, but it wasnt much larger than the stock fan in my Dell that died..But this fan is Super loud 100% of the time, it has no idle speed, or raised speed while working online, or with movies/games..Its just audible all the time, Like I can here it from more than 25 feet away, and over the sound of my homes air conditioner. But like I said its a great fan, but the noise is my reason for the 4 stars. Id have given it 5 if not for the jet engine sound it produces. Happy with my purchase over all, just gonna have to get used to the sound. 4Ordered to replace Zyxel NSA320 fans I ordered five 60x10mm to replace the cheap dead fans in my old Zyxel NSA320 storage devices. My WD Red drives were running extremely hot for a very long time before i noticed the problem. I cant believe drives survived the stress.The first fan i installed was DOA. I hope amazon has not been passing this fan back and forth. If so, it stops here. I will not return it, but will request refund and hope for the best. Amazon gave me refund for the one defective fan. Thanks Amazon.The other fans worked. They read 2800 RPM per Zyxel status view. CPU temp averages 115F.The other 4 fans are still working fine after 5 days. good enough for me. I am ordering a couple more fans for my other devices.Fan is labeled as EVERCOOL EC6010M12BA.All I can is, if you own a Zyxel NSA320 , check your fan status and replace. To open box, just remove top two screws on back. 4Simple, yet effective I had an old legacy graphics card running on my dual-boot Win 10 Pro 64 bit & Win XP Pro 32 bit. The card, and motherboard, started creeping into the high 70s, even with mild internet browsing or video watching - NO games or intensive power-hungry programs. While watching videos, or with more than two browser tabs open, the PC would crash.Installed two of these fans and the graphics card and motherboard are now operating around 40 - 50 degrees under load.The packaging was minimal, which is great for the environment, and the install was easy. I flipped the fans the opposite direction by inserting a narrow, flat-head screwdriver under the frame and using the screwdriver as I pry bar while simultaneously depressing the tabs which attach the frame to the fan body with a secondary screwdriver - you'll understand when you look at the units. Even with flipping the fans, install, including powering down and rebooting the PC, was less than ten minutes.Although there was a mild whirring sound, that soon faded. In fact, I no longer heard the fans after a couple hours; probably I had become inured, but it was a fairly quiet drone, nothing annoying.Purchased two SATA to LP4 adapters to power the units, an additional $14 total, with my entire outlay being less than $35. My system no longer crashes due to overheating components and my graphics card will easily last a few more years.Highly recommend the seller and these specific fans. Even if you've never cracked a PC case before, these fans are easy to install. 5Perfect fit for the (broken) fan in my Zyxel NSA325 dual NAS drive. I recently had a storm related power outage. After that my Zyxel NSA325 didn't come up right. I rebooted and it came up. I logged on and found the it had a fan fault with "0 RPM" and that it was getting REALLY warm at 148 degF. Um? Seems fair as it was build back in 2012 (but I got it in 2014 and have used it since).I tried to find ANY disassembly instructions in my saved manual and online. Google/YouTube failed me this time. But after I unplugged and looked at it, "I thought it can't be TOO hard," or could it? There were only a few screws: 4 on the bottom and 2 on the front (after removing the drive access door and bezel) and 4 holding the fan guard and fan to the case. Removing all of this, everything came apart quite easily. The fan had a 3 pin connector, which I unplugged. So I googled "3 pin PC fan" and found a lot of hits. I was curious about the 3rd wire and found that its for a tachometer output (which is how the NAS drive "knew" it was at 0 RPM). I tried the old fan on my power supply set to 12V and it did not spin. I pushed it a few times and almost ever time it tried, but gave up quickly.So, next I got my calipers and found that the square fan was 60 x 60 x 10 mm. I googled that and naturally, Amazon came up. And since I pay for Prime, I checked it out and then ordered this fan. It did come two days later (although other stuff was and still is delayed due to a local ice storm). First I verified the new fan's plug pinout, which was compatible, and then tested it.. it ran fine. Reassembly was a lot easier (except for dropping a screw a couple of times and having to search for them, which took almost as much time). Now my NSA325 is purring along happily at 2400-2600 RPM (not sure why it seems to vary so much, but I bet is the software) and a cozy 104 degF. Much better.I'll need to run full disk diagnostics soon, since the drives are nearly 2 years old (I already replaced the originals).Now, the next problem... 5Second one of these that I've owned. Needed a fan for the tuning adapter in my HTPC. This is the second one of these that I've owned. The first one lasted for 5+ years before becoming too loud and nearing a failure . That's more than an acceptable service period considering the low cost of the fan.As many other reviewers have stated, this fan is a little on the loud side. It's really noticeable when compared to the dB being omitted from the four other fans that are running inside my computer. Even with that, it's not so annoying when approximately 10 ft away from the HTPC. Hopefully I'll get 5 years worth of service from this fan as well. 4Movin Air I purchased these blowers specifically to pull hot air away from the pcie x4 nvme m.2 ssd boards sticking out of 2 pcie slots on my mobo. There are quantifiable results, only 3 degrees but that s pretty good considering it s passively cooling as the air is pulled by the heat sink.Is it noisy? Probably, I can t tell because I have 2-af 200mm fans on top 2-sp140mm pushing a 280 rad 2- sp120mm fans on a push pull 120 rad 2- af120mm fans bringing in air at the front 1- sp120mm circulating air to the wire management and 1- af 140mm bringing air in the back. 12 case fans aren t much louder than 10.Fun fact, the blower housing is held onto the slot cover by 4 plastic tabs that are mirrored on top and bottom so it s very easy to flip it over. 5Moves air like it s going out of style, easy to change intake direction Bought this fan originally to install in a MicroATX build for my wife, since her motherboard has few fan headers. The fan plugs in using molex, so no problems there. But I was not expecting what I got. This thing moves a massive amount of air and does so relatively quietly. You can hear it, but the amount of noise it adds when compared to the rest of my rig is negligible. I don t hear it anyway since I always game with a headset.I have an XFX RX 580 in my own build which can get extremely hot while gaming, so I did an experiment: I flipped the fan s intake to draw air from the bottom, by unclipping the case bracket on the fan from the plastic tabs and flipping it around, like other reviews have suggested. I then installed it just above my graphics card, so that it draws hot air from the top of the card through the PCB cover. It seemed a better idea than installing it underneath.I was expecting a difference but running this fan above my card cooled it by a whole 5C. Pretty significant! I m so happy with it s performance that I have ordered another one. Hopefully it s durability will match. So far I am absolutely stunned. 5Works, Easy to install, Worth the price! this thing works fantastic.I have a very very "light" overclock on my gtx 1070 ( msi after burner +173mhz core clock and doubled the Vram clock.)i run 2 1080p 60hz screens and a 4K 60hz screen which is always downscaled to 2K.pre fan instalationidle temp 34Cmax temp during gaming 70CMax temp during furmark testing and GPU test 77CAfter instalation idle temp is 28CMax temp during gaming is 64C and furmark testing does not pass 72Cwith the cooling fans already in my system and my headphones for gaming i dont notice any sound from the fan that is abnormal or loud, nor do my Mic's pick up any kind of sound from it.It's quite, it works and its easy to install, took my less then 3 minutes to take the side off my case, install the part and plug it in, all with the computer still running.this is installed directly below my graphics card and directly above my Wireless card, sucking air downward from the graphics card and out the back of the case. 5It Actually Caught Fire This little fan lasted 13 months - not bad when you consider that it was running 8-10 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, when it failed it failed spectacularly and actually caught fire. Fortunately I was right there when it happened, otherwise things would have been much, much worse. Catching fire is a deal breaker. So, regardless of its longevity, I'm giving this product the lowest possible rating and going to try a different brand as a replacement. 1Works Great...Just a few things different from original fan The fan works great. Very quiet and great CFPM flow. Had to replace my old fan which was making a lot of noise and was slowing down then eventually stopped. My CPU was getting hot and shutting down. This fan worked and fixed the problem. However, my older fan had about a 5mm extension on each screw location so it kept the fan off of the heat sink. Tried to read if a gap was necessary; i'm assuming it was so the plastic housing wouldn't melt on the hot heat sink. I did a DIY fix so I had a gap (again, not sure if that is necessary other than plastic housing and keeping the 3 wires that connect to the fan motor off the heat sink). Again, would definitely buy again. Will provide an update if the fan fails sooner than later. Look at the date of this post....if no updates then the fan is still working great. 4
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It works But... Its a good fan, plugged right into my MOBO with no issues, and started right up. It works but...This little thing is LOUD! I get that Its a High Air Flow fan, but it wasnt much larger than the stock fan in my Dell that died..But this fan is Super loud 100% of the time, it has no idle speed, or raised speed while working online, or with movies/games..Its just audible all the time, Like I can here it from more than 25 feet away, and over the sound of my homes air conditioner. But like I said its a great fan, but the noise is my reason for the 4 stars. Id have given it 5 if not for the jet engine sound it produces. Happy with my purchase over all, just gonna have to get used to the sound. 4Ordered to replace Zyxel NSA320 fans I ordered five 60x10mm to replace the cheap dead fans in my old Zyxel NSA320 storage devices. My WD Red drives were running extremely hot for a very long time before i noticed the problem. I cant believe drives survived the stress.The first fan i installed was DOA. I hope amazon has not been passing this fan back and forth. If so, it stops here. I will not return it, but will request refund and hope for the best. Amazon gave me refund for the one defective fan. Thanks Amazon.The other fans worked. They read 2800 RPM per Zyxel status view. CPU temp averages 115F.The other 4 fans are still working fine after 5 days. good enough for me. I am ordering a couple more fans for my other devices.Fan is labeled as EVERCOOL EC6010M12BA.All I can is, if you own a Zyxel NSA320 , check your fan status and replace. To open box, just remove top two screws on back. 4Simple, yet effective I had an old legacy graphics card running on my dual-boot Win 10 Pro 64 bit & Win XP Pro 32 bit. The card, and motherboard, started creeping into the high 70s, even with mild internet browsing or video watching - NO games or intensive power-hungry programs. While watching videos, or with more than two browser tabs open, the PC would crash.Installed two of these fans and the graphics card and motherboard are now operating around 40 - 50 degrees under load.The packaging was minimal, which is great for the environment, and the install was easy. I flipped the fans the opposite direction by inserting a narrow, flat-head screwdriver under the frame and using the screwdriver as I pry bar while simultaneously depressing the tabs which attach the frame to the fan body with a secondary screwdriver - you'll understand when you look at the units. Even with flipping the fans, install, including powering down and rebooting the PC, was less than ten minutes.Although there was a mild whirring sound, that soon faded. In fact, I no longer heard the fans after a couple hours; probably I had become inured, but it was a fairly quiet drone, nothing annoying.Purchased two SATA to LP4 adapters to power the units, an additional $14 total, with my entire outlay being less than $35. My system no longer crashes due to overheating components and my graphics card will easily last a few more years.Highly recommend the seller and these specific fans. Even if you've never cracked a PC case before, these fans are easy to install. 5Perfect fit for the (broken) fan in my Zyxel NSA325 dual NAS drive. I recently had a storm related power outage. After that my Zyxel NSA325 didn't come up right. I rebooted and it came up. I logged on and found the it had a fan fault with "0 RPM" and that it was getting REALLY warm at 148 degF. Um? Seems fair as it was build back in 2012 (but I got it in 2014 and have used it since).I tried to find ANY disassembly instructions in my saved manual and online. Google/YouTube failed me this time. But after I unplugged and looked at it, "I thought it can't be TOO hard," or could it? There were only a few screws: 4 on the bottom and 2 on the front (after removing the drive access door and bezel) and 4 holding the fan guard and fan to the case. Removing all of this, everything came apart quite easily. The fan had a 3 pin connector, which I unplugged. So I googled "3 pin PC fan" and found a lot of hits. I was curious about the 3rd wire and found that its for a tachometer output (which is how the NAS drive "knew" it was at 0 RPM). I tried the old fan on my power supply set to 12V and it did not spin. I pushed it a few times and almost ever time it tried, but gave up quickly.So, next I got my calipers and found that the square fan was 60 x 60 x 10 mm. I googled that and naturally, Amazon came up. And since I pay for Prime, I checked it out and then ordered this fan. It did come two days later (although other stuff was and still is delayed due to a local ice storm). First I verified the new fan's plug pinout, which was compatible, and then tested it.. it ran fine. Reassembly was a lot easier (except for dropping a screw a couple of times and having to search for them, which took almost as much time). Now my NSA325 is purring along happily at 2400-2600 RPM (not sure why it seems to vary so much, but I bet is the software) and a cozy 104 degF. Much better.I'll need to run full disk diagnostics soon, since the drives are nearly 2 years old (I already replaced the originals).Now, the next problem... 5Second one of these that I've owned. Needed a fan for the tuning adapter in my HTPC. This is the second one of these that I've owned. The first one lasted for 5+ years before becoming too loud and nearing a failure . That's more than an acceptable service period considering the low cost of the fan.As many other reviewers have stated, this fan is a little on the loud side. It's really noticeable when compared to the dB being omitted from the four other fans that are running inside my computer. Even with that, it's not so annoying when approximately 10 ft away from the HTPC. Hopefully I'll get 5 years worth of service from this fan as well. 4Movin Air I purchased these blowers specifically to pull hot air away from the pcie x4 nvme m.2 ssd boards sticking out of 2 pcie slots on my mobo. There are quantifiable results, only 3 degrees but that s pretty good considering it s passively cooling as the air is pulled by the heat sink.Is it noisy? Probably, I can t tell because I have 2-af 200mm fans on top 2-sp140mm pushing a 280 rad 2- sp120mm fans on a push pull 120 rad 2- af120mm fans bringing in air at the front 1- sp120mm circulating air to the wire management and 1- af 140mm bringing air in the back. 12 case fans aren t much louder than 10.Fun fact, the blower housing is held onto the slot cover by 4 plastic tabs that are mirrored on top and bottom so it s very easy to flip it over. 5Moves air like it s going out of style, easy to change intake direction Bought this fan originally to install in a MicroATX build for my wife, since her motherboard has few fan headers. The fan plugs in using molex, so no problems there. But I was not expecting what I got. This thing moves a massive amount of air and does so relatively quietly. You can hear it, but the amount of noise it adds when compared to the rest of my rig is negligible. I don t hear it anyway since I always game with a headset.I have an XFX RX 580 in my own build which can get extremely hot while gaming, so I did an experiment: I flipped the fan s intake to draw air from the bottom, by unclipping the case bracket on the fan from the plastic tabs and flipping it around, like other reviews have suggested. I then installed it just above my graphics card, so that it draws hot air from the top of the card through the PCB cover. It seemed a better idea than installing it underneath.I was expecting a difference but running this fan above my card cooled it by a whole 5C. Pretty significant! I m so happy with it s performance that I have ordered another one. Hopefully it s durability will match. So far I am absolutely stunned. 5Works, Easy to install, Worth the price! this thing works fantastic.I have a very very "light" overclock on my gtx 1070 ( msi after burner +173mhz core clock and doubled the Vram clock.)i run 2 1080p 60hz screens and a 4K 60hz screen which is always downscaled to 2K.pre fan instalationidle temp 34Cmax temp during gaming 70CMax temp during furmark testing and GPU test 77CAfter instalation idle temp is 28CMax temp during gaming is 64C and furmark testing does not pass 72Cwith the cooling fans already in my system and my headphones for gaming i dont notice any sound from the fan that is abnormal or loud, nor do my Mic's pick up any kind of sound from it.It's quite, it works and its easy to install, took my less then 3 minutes to take the side off my case, install the part and plug it in, all with the computer still running.this is installed directly below my graphics card and directly above my Wireless card, sucking air downward from the graphics card and out the back of the case. 5It Actually Caught Fire This little fan lasted 13 months - not bad when you consider that it was running 8-10 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, when it failed it failed spectacularly and actually caught fire. Fortunately I was right there when it happened, otherwise things would have been much, much worse. Catching fire is a deal breaker. So, regardless of its longevity, I'm giving this product the lowest possible rating and going to try a different brand as a replacement. 1Works Great...Just a few things different from original fan The fan works great. Very quiet and great CFPM flow. Had to replace my old fan which was making a lot of noise and was slowing down then eventually stopped. My CPU was getting hot and shutting down. This fan worked and fixed the problem. However, my older fan had about a 5mm extension on each screw location so it kept the fan off of the heat sink. Tried to read if a gap was necessary; i'm assuming it was so the plastic housing wouldn't melt on the hot heat sink. I did a DIY fix so I had a gap (again, not sure if that is necessary other than plastic housing and keeping the 3 wires that connect to the fan motor off the heat sink). Again, would definitely buy again. Will provide an update if the fan fails sooner than later. Look at the date of this post....if no updates then the fan is still working great. 4
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