Titan GreenVision (TFD-12025GT12Z-LD3)
The Taiwan-headquartered Titan Technology offers a wide range of fans of different form-factors. The 120mm GreenVision (TFD-12025GT12Z-LD3) comes in a simple but practical package. The transparent wrap offers a free view of the fan. The back side of the paper insert provides exhaustive information about the device in several languages.
The accessories are scanty. Besides the fan, the box only contains four screws. There are no power adapters, no vibration-absorbing silicone pins, no DVD with some new game J. On the other hand, this fan costs a mere $4.9. Its warranty period is 1 year. The fan is manufactured in China, the world’s leading fan manufacture.
The Titan Green Vision has a transparent frame and a transparent impeller which are connected with four spokes. Three of the spokes are 5 millimeters in diameter. The cable spoke is 8 millimeters.
The fan’s impeller and rotor are 110 and 42 millimeters in diameter, respectively.
The 7-blade impeller doesn’t betray any innovations or GreenVision-specific features. It is just like many other fan impellers.
The fan is declared to have a rotation speed of 800 RPM, an air flow of 30.5 CFM, and a noise level of 16.1 dBA. There is nothing extraordinary in these specifications, but the dual ball bearing with a specified service life of 60,000 hours is quite a rare thing for fans in this price category. The rotor is covered with a film sticker on which the model name is indicated.
There are LEDs (red in my sample) on the rotor that produce a very bright light.
The Titan GreenVision fans come with four types of highlighting: red, green, blue and mixed (a combination of red, blue, green and orange). Despite the bright light, the fan has a peak power draw of only 1.5 watts, which is very good. Its start-up voltage is as high as 8.9 volts, though. The cable is 390 millimeters long.
Here are the test results:
Despite Titan’s rather lowly reputation as a maker of coolers, the Titan GreenVision is quite comfortable in terms of noisiness. It isn’t rattling or hissing in any position. It cannot produce a strong air flow, though, being at the bottom of the list in this respect.