Alphacool Announces its New Rise Aurora 120mm Fan

Alphacool has announced the launch of the Rise Aurora 120 mm, a powerful and PWM controllable fan that also features brilliant Digital RGB LED lighting. The Alphacool Rise Aurora fan allows for an impressive airflow of 118.9 m³/h and has a high static pressure of 3.17 mm/H₂O. Due to this, the fan is ideally suited for operation on radiators or as a particularly strong case fan.

Alphacool Rise Aurora 120mm Fan

Thanks to the 4-pin PWM connector, the fan can control the speed range from 0 to 2600 RPM. At 0% PWM control, the fan can be stopped completely. A soft start at start-up increases the life of the fan and reduces the risk of injury. At low speed, the fan is almost silent and provides significant energy savings compared to alternative cooling solutions.

The unique and classy lighting is created by 20 digitally addressable 5 V RGB LEDs distributed across the frame and on the hub. Thanks to recessed diffusers, the light is evenly distributed, spot illumination is avoided, and individual LEDs are no longer recognizable. The digital ARGB LED lighting is controlled via a JST 3-pin connector. An adapter can be used to allow you to attach the fan to motherboards and controllers.


Where Can I Learn More?

Alphacool has confirmed that its new Rise Aurora 120mm fans are available to purchase now, with consumers expecting to see prices in the region of €16.39. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about this cooling solution, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

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