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AzenX X-Cruzer Flexible 70mm Fan Review

Sagittaria    -   February 26, 2007
Category: Cooling
Price: $20


Introduction:

    Today's high-speed computer hardware produces more heat than ever before, but how do you target a specific component while also looking good? This is where the AzenX X-Cruzer comes in with its highly adjustable neck and 360 degree rotational 70mm fan, allowing it to attack the heat at its source no matter where it's at.  All the while looking pretty neat with blinking LEDs and maintaining functionality with a built-in fan controller.

As far as AzenX goes, it is a new company with extensive ties to Dynatron, a highly respected cooling manufacturer. Ever since its founding, AzenX has been releasing unique cooling products never seen before, the flexible X-Cruzer being one of them.

Closer Look:

    The fans showed up in the usual annoying thick plastic packaging. Here you can take your first look at its unique design and concept.

 

After ripping apart the package, I found these:



On the left is the fan. As you can see, the fan is mounted on a spindle which in turn is on a flexible neck, thus allowing it to twist, turn, and spin to point at virtually anything in your case. The neck is the kind you would find on a desk lamp and is approximately 6 inches long. It uses a standard female to male molex connector so that it will not eat your valuable connections. The fan is hooked up by an extremely thin cable so that it will not get in the way.

Lastly, on the right are three 3M sticky pads. Their purpose will be explained later in the review.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued
  3. Installation & Specifications
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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