ThermalTake Mobile External Cooling Fan, USB

MX29475 Mobile External Cooling Fan, USB
MX29475 Mobile External Cooling Fan, USB MX29475 Mobile External Cooling Fan, USB MX29475 Mobile External Cooling Fan, USB MX29475 Mobile External Cooling Fan, USB

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An "OK" desk fan

Submitted on Tuesday, August 01, 2017
By Adam
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Quiet, simple, compact.Spinning dial power selector.

Weaknesses of the product

There is no ON/OFF switch. You have to unplug it to turn it off. Weak air stream even on full power.

Additional Comments

The lack of an on/off switch is not good, weak air stream, but it's small and quiet.

Great For Cooling HDMI Board

Submitted on Wednesday, April 12, 2017
By Todd
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

I had an Onkyo HT-R591 7.1 Theatre system and the soldering became brittle from 4 years of heating and cooling. I had to buy a replacement second hand but this time I placed this fan directly on top of the Onkyo vent as the HDMI board sits an inch below. I am handicapped so my theatre system sees many 16 hr days and this fan is keeping my new system & HDMI board so much cooler than before. I expect it to add years of life to my theatre.

Weaknesses of the product

It does get quite loud when it is turned up past 2/3

Additional Comments

An inexpensive way to keep a HDMI board at a much lower temp thereby adding years to the life of to my theatre system.

Decent desk fan

Submitted on Friday, February 28, 2014
By Stacy
From Winnipeg

Strengths of the product

Keeps asics cool Grille allows for block erupters to rest on top of the fan Takes very little power, I have it powered with a generic 0.3A usb wall adapter Retractable cord Sturdy Stable stand Quiet

Weaknesses of the product

Doesn't blow as hard as I would like

Additional Comments

Great fan, moves air moderately well, and keeps my asics cool. I was worried my block erupters would not be cooled adequately by it, but I touched them after mining for a while and they were still cool. I have them in a ten port hub, which laid on top of this fan which is placed on its back with about 1cm between it and the surface. They are cool, and that is all I can ask.

Works better than anticipated.

Submitted on Monday, February 17, 2014
By Lorne
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Runs off USB Small footprint Low power consumption Retractable cord Fairly quiet

Weaknesses of the product

Sleeve Bearings instead of fluid dynamic bearings or ball bearings. Stand is cheap and not adjustable Airflow drops off as you move away from device Low powered fan

Additional Comments

I bought this fan to cool my USB bitminers running in a powered hub. The heatsinks went from an uncomfortable "Fresh cup o' Timmy's" hot to slightly warm. Thermaltake stuck a 5V motor in one of their low end 120mm case fans, added a speed control to a top corner, a bent wire stand to the bottom and threw a couple grilles on the front and back. This fan is priced extra for extras. Nothing novel, It just works. This low power consumption fan doesn't compete with a household 120V fan for airflow
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