Model CL-N004-PL20BL-A

    Thermaltake Massive V20 - notebook fan

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    Specs

    Heatsink & Fan

    • Fan Diameter
      200 m
    • Rotation Speed
      600 rps
    • Noise Level
      31.7 dBA
    • Fan Height
      0.79 m
    • Air Flow
      70.4 cfm
    • Rated Voltage
      5 V
    • Rated Current
      0.4 A
    • Air Flow (metric)
      120 m³/h
    • Air Pressure
      0.44 mm

    Miscellaneous

    • Features
      On/off switch, LED lighting, anti-slide surface, adjustable backlight, adjustable speed, integrated cable management
    • Product Type
      notebook fan
    • Category of Accessory
      cooling and fans, notebook and tablet PC accessories
    • Color
      black
    • Product Material
      mesh, plastic
    • Features
      LED lighting, adjustable backlight, adjustable speed, anti-slide surface, integrated cable management, on/off switch
    • Color Category
      black

    Header

    • Brand
      Thermaltake
    • Product Line
      Thermaltake Massive
    • Model
      V20
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      PC

    Dimensions & Weight

    • Width
      14.4 in
    • Depth
      10.9 in
    • Height
      1.7 in
    • Weight
      24.69 oz

    General

    • Manufacturer
      Thermaltake Technology Inc.

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