AeroCool are using a Young Lin DFS132512H 135mm. We have seen this fan used in quite a few units in the last year. It is a 7 blade, dual ball bearing fan rated at 12V, 3W, up to 1,700 rpm with a maximum noise output rating of 36.28dBa.
The design of the AeroCool GT-1050SG is by HEC, and the soldering quality is quite good throughout. The power supply has several rows of heatsinks separating the components. The modular daughtercard is attached to the main unit at the side of the PCB.
The AeroCool GT-1050SG uses two Teapo capacitors in the primary stage, these are rated 85c, 420V 390uF.
This is a little disappointing as we would expect to see premium Japanese 105c rated capacitors in a flagship unit like this. That said, we haven’t had any problems with Teapo in the past (although they are not popular with some enthusiast users). Capacitors in the secondary stage are all rated to 105c which is slightly more reassuring, especially as many of them are mounted in a low airflow position.
The unit complies with OVP / UVP/ OTP / OCP/ OPP / SCP / SIP Safety certifications.