Starting off, we’ve got the ZG3-120C with a rather basic box. On the front here it tells us that this fan uses a new Hexagon Dimple Blade design and operates at a sound pressure level of 10.8dB(A). It also tells us that this fan uses the Duro Bearing made in Japan that’s designed for a long life, silence, and with cooling efficiency in mind.
|Dimensions||120 x 120 x 25mm|
|Bearing Type||Duro bearing|
|Max Airflow||52.85 CFM|
|Noise Level||10.8 dBA|
|Life Expectancy||60,000 Hours|
|Color||frame: transparent black ; blade: blue|
And here’s the front of the ZG3-120C; not much to say about this fan besides that it’s obviously a product designed for silence as the blades have a steep pitch to them with no curve, and obviously, the dimple design as well. I feel as though this may not be the ideal fan for a heatsink, but it could easily be a great contender for a case fan.