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Antec TriCool 120MM DBB Case Fan 3/4 Pin

MPN: 761345-75121-6 | SKU: DT5637
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Keep your computer three kinds of cool with the Antec TriCool 120mm Case Fan. With a variable speed switch, you can find just the right balance between noise and airflow - but either way, you'll have plenty of airflow and not much noise, as the 2-ball bearing construction makes this transparent case fan run nice and quiet.

Antec 761345-75121-6

Fan Size
Fan Speed (RPM)
1200 / 1600 / 2000
Air Flow (CFM)
39 / 56 / 79
Noise Level (dBA)
25 / 28 / 30
  • 120mm
  • 1200 / 1600 / 2000 RPM 39 / 56 / 79 CFM
  • 2 Ball
  • 25 / 28 / 30 dBA


  • One (1) Antec TriCool Fan

Brand: Antec

MPN: 761345-75121-6

UPC: 761345751216

Compatibility: 120mm

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New

Product Details

Case Fan
Fan Size
Bearing Type
2 Ball
1200 / 1600 / 2000 RPM
Air Flow
39 / 56 / 79 CFM
Noise Level
25 / 28 / 30 dBA
Power Connector
3 / 4 Pin
Double ball-bearing design lasts longer than conventional fans
3-speed switch lets you balance quiet performance with maximum cooling
3-pin and 4-pin power connectors provide convenient connections to your motherboard or power supply
Fan-speed monitoring capability included (requires compatible motherboard)
120 x 120 x 25mm
Package Includes
Electrical Outlet Plug Type
Plug Type "A" (USA, Canada, Mexico, Japan)

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
75.93% (41)
11.11% (6)
9.26% (5)
0.0% (0)
3.7% (2)
By Maria Van Krieken
I got 3 of these to mount on my antec 300 case and now i have 4 x 120mm and a 140mm tricool fans running on the low setting. A lot of air is moved quietly with a low hum. I'm happy.
By Lily Lopez
Irritatingly noisy for the cost and air flow
I bought this fan to place in the side panel of a computer. I wasn't sure what speed i wanted and i liked the idea of having a switch to select lo/med/high. Now that i've gotten it i wish i'd selected something else. It looks like a quality fan, is priced like a quality fan, but is irritatingly noisy. I don't know that it's especially loud, but it's got a whine that would prevent me from using it on high.It may last forever, but i won't buy another one.
By Eeli Perala
Great replacement fan
I got these to replace fans in my dell demension xps 400 desktop. I think these work great, and you can adjust the fan speed with a switch, total plus in my book.
By Enni Lammi
Fan works great and quiet
It's too early to tell the quality, but we connected it to the front face of the computer to blow into it so the fans in back can suck out the air like a wind tunnel, this keeps the computer running cool. We like the three speed, which is set to medium right now but, if the computers geforce 465 firmi runs hot enought we can set the fan on high to help cool things down. It works great right now and it is nice and quiet.
By Jochem Paulsen
Can you feel it?
Set it and forget it. It's silent and moves air. I have one on the top of my case on low, and one pushing air in over the hd's set on medium. If i need to replace another fan, i'll get another one of these.
By Hasan Clausen
Good fan, terrible screws
Have 3 of these fans, and they have been just fine. Working well in my system. I keep them on low setting. The medium is just a bit too noisy for me since i'm paranoid and have the tower right up on the desk by my head. But installation was a nightmare. The screws are made from very soft metal and become stripped very easily. My advice:(1) use a phillips head screwdriver that has a lot of grip both in terms of gripping the screws and gripping leverage for you hand.(2) arrange your tower and your body so your pushing force is exactly perpendicular to the fan and surface it's going on.(3) push hard into the screws for maximum grip and minimal slipping/stripping.Do this and you'll have no problems. But if you're being lazy and doing it weakly or at an angle, you're question for problems. But seriously is it too much to question for hard screws? Woulda gladly paid a dollar more for them, just build it into the price.
Nice cool and quiet
Very quiet for the size and air flow. Selectable switch makes a great difference. Would buy again if i need another
Lovely fan, but mine wore out
I bought this fan in november 2010. It's been running pretty much nonstop on the lowest speed. Just recently it started squeaking and so i had to replace it.I don't know what the expected lifetime for a fan like this is running nonstop, but 2.5 years is how long it lasted for me.Other than that, it's great. I like the 3 speeds, the price was good, and it was quiet.
By Emilie Larsen
Exactly what i needed - quiet and good air movement
I like it quiet in my office, so when i had to prop open the door to the cabinet in which my desktop pc resides, and listen to the cooling and power supply fans all day, i started cogitating. I needed a fan to evacuate warm air out the back of the desk, and wanted it to be as quiet as possible. I knew that bigger would be quieter (for the same cfm), and figured i'd wire in a variable resistor for speed control. When i found this one with the 3-speed switch, and great reviews, it seemed too good to be true.After ordering and being informed it was going to take anywhere from 2-4 weeks to get the fan, i cancelled and purchased one off of a popular online auction site (sorry, outletpc. I received the fan three days later, and was pleased that it had a long power lead and an adapter that allowed it to plug into a spare 4-pin molex extension cable i had lying around. This made my life easier (bonus again), and the fan turns on and off with the pc, just as i wanted. I split a hole in the cabinet back, and fabbed up a mounting plate. I then mounted the fan in the back of the cabinet, and experimented with speeds vs. Internal air temps. It turns out that the lowest speed is adequate for my needs, and the fan is completely inaudible. Now i can close the cabinet door, and not fry the pc's innards.This is exactly what i needed!P.S. Those complaining that the fan is not dbb probably selected the wrong purchasing option.


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