VIZO Propeller II System Cooler

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VIZO Propeller II System Cooler
Testing and Final Thoughts

Product: VIZO Propeller II System Cooler
Provided By: VIZO
Price: Currently ~$19.00 Online


Today we are going to look at the Vizo Propeller II from Vizo Technologies; it is a small cooling unit that sits in an expansion slot on your case. I don’t expect this unit to get a lot of heat reduction from the computer but it definitely could keep that overclocked graphics card from overheating.

 Package - Front
Package - Front
Package - Back
Package - Back




Vizo Propeller system cooler features a powerful but quiet blower fan which is focused on increasing case cooling effect and making your system / VGA card work with excellent performance. It exhausts the hot air out of your PC chassis and keeps all your system components / VGA card cool. Real cool stuff in your PC.


  • Fits in an expansion slot
  • Blower fan provides the maximum airflow and air pressure
  • Exhaust hot air out of your PC chassis and keep your system components / VGA card cool
  • Make your system / VGA card work with excellent performance
  • Low dBA level
  • Easy to install


  • Dimensions : 131.7 x 87.4 x 22.5 mm
  • Fan Dimensions : 65 x 65 x 15 mm
  • Speed : 1500 R.P.M.
  • Bearing Type : Long-Life Bearing
  • Noise Level : < 20 dBA
  • Max Air Flow : 5.34 CFM
  • Rated Voltage : DC 12 V
  • Weight : 120g
  • Life Time : 40,000 Hours

Package Includes:

  • System Cooler
  • Screw Package


First Impression:

There really isn’t a whole lot to say, although I do find it amusing that in the specifications it says “VGA” card rather than video card, or something of the like.

Propeller II Profile
Propeller II Profile


The fan gets its power by a small Molex power connector; it’s actually a pretty fast little thing. At first I thought that the Vizo Propeller blew air into the case, but in reality the propeller sucks air out of the case by way of a little vent at the back of the propeller.

Slot Vents
Slot Vents


I think the main purpose of this fan is to promote airflow, which in turn cools down your computer, many cords make a hot environment because it blocks airflow.

On the next page we'll put the Propeller to the test and wrap up with some final thoughts.