12 volt fans have long been a staple of the hobby and the brand has been around since the 1970s.
The brand is now available in over 30 countries, including the United States, Canada and Australia.
Here are our picks for the best 12v fans available to fans.
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The Sony UEF-1R12V (US$249) and Sony UDF-1U12 (US $349) are the first two products to offer a 12v fan.
The Sony is more of a general purpose unit with a 10amp and 5amp rated rating, and both offer a nice boost of efficiency compared to the older Sony UFF-12 and UEF15 models.
Both of these units are rated for 12v, but the UEF12 can be used with an optional fan controller.
The UDF1 is a more limited model, though, offering a rated voltage of 6.3v, which is a pretty good voltage for 12 volt usage.
The unit is available in 12v and 12a.
The Cooler Master DC1212V-S (US-$199) is another 12v model.
Like the UDF12, the DC12 is available with a 12amp rated voltage, but it is only available in two colors.
The CoolerMaster DC1224 is a good value for fans that are not specifically designed to be 12v devices.
The model features a built-in AC wall adapter that can be added to most fans, and it can even be upgraded to an optional wall adapter for an extra $100.
The EVGA 12V AC-DC-S1212 (USD$169) is the second 12v AC-style fan in this list, followed by the EVGA AC12A (US €169) and the EVG 12A (AU$209).
The EVGA model is currently the most popular, with 12v users using it for their own systems.
The Corsair CS-1200D (US£109) is a fairly typical 12v ceiling fan.
This unit offers a rated power of 7.5amp and has a 6A output, which are both quite good for 12 amp usage.
It is a great value for anyone that uses their ceiling fans for gaming.
The CS-1212D has a USB 3.0 connector and an 8A rating, which could be good for gaming fans as well.
The Fanatec X12C12A-120V (AU£129) is our Editors’ Choice for fans with 12 volt ratings.
This is a 120v fan that has an 8amp rating, although the 12v rating is not listed on the box.
This fan is very similar to the Corsair CS1200D, with a 5amp rating.
If you are using 12 amp fans for your gaming system, the Corsair X12 will work fine for you.
The Kangertech M-120 (AU $179) is also a 120V fan with a 6.5 amp rating.
This has a good deal of potential as an additional source of power for gaming systems, and the 12amp rating is definitely a good option for gaming fan systems.
This 120v model has a small, but powerful, USB 3, 2.0 port.
The M-12 comes with a USB 2.1 port and an AC adapter that you can attach to any USB 3 or USB 2 port.
The HifiMan M2120 (US £199) and M2121 (US AU$279) are also available in this category.
Both fans are rated at 12v for 120 amp usage, and they are very similar in performance.
The HifiMAN M1212C (US€159) is available as an optional AC adapter and comes with an AC power cord.
The two fans have a similar design, with the M12 having a fan controller that plugs directly into the power supply.
The HiFiMan M12 (AU £179) and HiFiM M1120 (UK £199), both come with a wall adapter and USB 3 port.
Both are rated 12v.
The 12v rated models offer great value at a reasonable price, with both fan options providing good performance for your system.
The fan on the KangerTech M12C-120C (AU €169).
The FanTech M2 120C (UK£129).
If you’re a 12 volt fan owner, you might also want to check out the Kuretz P1212B12 (UK €199).
This is another fan with 12 amp ratings, but this one is a very good value, with an overall rating of 6amp and a 6amp rating on its USB cable.
It also has a wall outlet, USB-A connector and a USB-C port.
A USB-M 2.5 port