Thermaltake ODIN 12 LED Fan Review 5

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In 2015 if you have not heard of Thermaltake it is probably fair to say that you are not very much in touch with the PC world. Thermaltake is a worldwide leader and manufacturer of PC hardware, components and accessories. From Case to CPU coolers, peripherals and power supplies, Thermaltake has a great catalog of products that are available for its loyal customer base. Thermaltake also has a couple of other divisions to the company that focuses on peripherals (Tt eSPORTS) and lifestyle products (Luxa2). Thermaltake prides itself on innovation and offering users the best experience possible and while its headquarters are in Taiwan, it has branches across the world so it can best serve its customers.

Recently Thermaltake has been at the forefront of innovative products with a wide range of highly modular cases from their Core series, their new ring LED fans and even their new and complete water cooling gear in the Pacific RL240 which allow users to create a custom water cooling loop in their PC using all Thermaltake hardware.

Today I will be taking a look at one of their fans by way of the Odin 12 LED. The Odin 12 LED is a 120mm fan that comes equipped with white LEDs 4x different coloured frames so users can have an easier time getting the fans to match their build. The frames come in white, yellow red and blue which covers a wide range of combinations to offer an aesthetically pleasing build. The Odin 12 features a 3-pin connector so it is not PWM enabled, but it also comes with a 3-pin to Molex adapter making it as easy to install and get using as possible.


P/N CL-F003-PL12BL-A
Fan Dimension 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Started Voltage 7.0 V
Rated Voltage 12 V
Rated Current 0.17 A
Power Input 1.92 W
Fan Speed 1200 R.P.M
Max. Air Pressure 0.63 mm-H2O
Max Air Flow 31.7 CFM
Noise 21.8 dBA
Bearing Type Sleeve
Life Expectation 40,000 hrs,25℃
Connector 3 PIN
Weight 119 g

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