Alphacool Susurro, fan for radiators

Alphacool Susurro, fan for radiators

Alphacool presents a new fan named Susurro, which has been optimized for the use on radiators. The name Susurro, which essential means whisper, already implies the focus on a low noise level. To fully satisfy the silent ambitions, the fan offers a very low starting voltage of only 2.5 volts. As a result a wide speed range of 350 – 1700 rpm is guaranteed.

Technical data:

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm
Rated RPM: 1700 U/min ±10%
Power consumption: 4,2 Watt
Conveying capacity: 164m³/h
Start voltage: 2,5V ± 10%
Voltage range: 2,5V ~ 13,8V
Loudness: 22,5 dBA
Static pressure: 3,88 mmH2O
Connection: 3 Pin Molex

Another extra is a new silicone frame to ensure a precise seal with the radiator. In addition, the frame also reduces vibrations and vibration noise. The Susurro thus has all the essential virtues that make a good radiator fan. Due to the high static pressure and the specific impeller design, the Susurro is of course also useable with air coolers or as a case fan.
With a price of only 12.95 € the Alphacool Susurro offers an excellent value for money. The fan is available from now on at Aquatuning and in the Alphacool webshop.


The responsible editor “Grinsemann” from writes:“With the Susurro Alphacool not just brings another fan on the market that features a great optic, the manufacturer managed to combine all the wishes of a water cooling enthusiast in his product: an enormously wide control range, an extremely low starting voltage, a long-life bearings, parasitic noise free operation in the low speed range and high efficiency, even at very low rotation speeds.”


About Alphacool

Alphacool as a pioneer and traditional manufacturer draws on decades of experience in the design of high-performance water cooling products and has a huge experience on the subject of water cooling. Besides the award winning coolers and radiators from the NexXxos Series Alphacool offers optimized pumps, high-low fittings and much more for water cooling enthusiasts.

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