Enermax Introduces T.B. RGB LED Fans with 4-ring RGB Design

/ 3 years ago

Enermax Introduces T.B. RGB Fans LED with 4-ring RGB Design

Enermax is adding one more fan to their T.B. fan line up and this one brings RGB LED to the table. The Enermax T.B. RGB fans sport a 4-ring RGB LED frame design that compliments case lighting well. Unlike some RGB LED fans which drown out the system with light, the T.B. RGB fans are stuble, having only lighting on the frame ring. This LED light is properly diffused so that the resulting glow is even throughout.

Enermax T.B. RGB Fan Features

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In addition, these T.B. RGB fans are controllable remotely and compatible with the ENERMAX RGB control box. This control box supports up to 8x RGB fans and 2x RGB LED devices. The 3-in-1 remote control, also included with the T.B. RGB fan kit enables users to easily select RGB lighting effects, colors and fan speed.

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Moreover, users can synchronize the T.B. RGB fans with current motherboards with RGB LED headers. This includes support for ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock RGB LED.

The T.B. RGB fan series will be available in a 3-pack or 6-pack version. The fan itself uses Enermax’ Twister Bearings and has a detachable blade design. This makes clean up and modding extremely easy. It operates via PWM at a range of 500-1500 (±10%) producing 47.53 CFM (max) at 22dBA.

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