Akasa Launches New Fan Bundle Kits!

Akasa has announced the launch of three new fan bundles which are available now for purchase. These fan packs are perfect for all applications, from high performance, low noise PC builds (Viper), a premium aesthetic with bright and vivid ARGB lighting (SOHO), or home theatre PC or compact, small form factor builds (Slim Fan). The Viper Fan also comes in a white colourway, which pairs seamlessly with all-white and pastel builds.

Akasa Fan Bundle Kits!

The SOHO AR has dazzling and exciting aRGB lights, which surround the rim of the fan. The stylish RGB boasts over 16 million lighting combinations and contrasts with the sleek fan blades and premium Akasa logo to create a classy, yet bold look to the fan. The sleek fan blade’s unique shape and design provides a vastly improved aerodynamic efficiency and optimises the airflow (52.91 CFM) and air pressure (1.75 mm H²O) for the fan.

The SOHO AR also contains MHD Bearing technology, which, when compared to normal HD bearings, increases the smoothness of the bearing lubricant using the power of magnetic fields. This leads to an improved smoother rotation, extremely quiet operation, and greatly improved fan life. This bundle comes with an ARGB splitter cable and a PWM hub cable to sync the fan speed with the motherboard PWM header.

Akasa has also released bundles of the popular Viper Black fan series and added the Viper White colourway to the line-up. These fan bundles are perfect for low-profile workstations, with the stealthy matt black-suited for this, whilst the Viper White is practically made for all-white builds. The high-performance S-FLOW fan blade produces 30% higher airflow than other fans in the price range, whilst HD Bearing technology provides the bearings with constant lubrication, extending the service life of the fan and reducing noise. A PWM hub cable is also included with the bundle.

The final multipack of fans is the Slim Fan. With a thin frame, it is able to squeeze into smaller spaces for home theatre PCs and slim chassis builds, whilst maintaining the 120 mm diameter that is able to provide a much higher airflow compared to 80 mm fans. They come in a twin pack, and includes a splitter cable for essential cable management in small cases.


Where Can I Learn More?

Available to purchase now, Akasa has confirmed the following price/s consumers should expect to see from retailers:

  • The SOHO AR bundle (AK-FN108-KT03) starts at £45.00/€48.00
  • Viper Black/Viper White bundle starts at £27.95/€28.95
  • Slim Fan bundle starts at £13.95/€14.95 (prices may vary by reseller).

If you do, therefore, want to learn more about these new cooling fan kits, you can check out the official Akasa website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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