We had the Reeven Euros cooling fan review and we liked it, it’s a good fan and makes a difference to your system’s airflow. Now we have the Reeven Coldwing series, namely the Coldwing 12 and Coldwing 14. Just like the Reeven Euros, there are several models in the range, we have the Coldwing 12 RY1225S15B-RP and the Coldwing 14 RM1425S17B-P.
Be sure and check the model numbers are correct before ordering. As we are testing these fans back to back, we are going to be using the same test system and methodology which we will detail later. Reeven have a number of cooling fan ranges to partner their CPU cooler ranges, they also have fan controllers, we’ll be reviewing one shortly. Until then, on with the Reeven Coldwing review.
|Fan Speed||300~1500 RPM||300~1700 RPM|
|Fan Air Flow||16.6~82.1 CFM||16.3~92.4 CFM|
|Fan Air Pressure||0.003~0.067 inch H2O||0.002~0.091 inch H2O|
|Fan Dimension||W120 x H120 x D25mm||W140 x H140 x D25mm|
|Fan Noise Level||4.0~29.8 dBA||5.8~36.4 dBA|
|Current||0.25 Amp||0.25 Amp|
|Bearing Type||Sleeve bearing||Sleeve bearing|
|Mounting hole dimension||NA||105 x 105mm|
Back to the usual Reeven branding after the black and grey of the Reeven Euros fan. In the flesh it’s nice and not too bold a yellow, would really suit a watercooled system with yellow coolant for example.