Fractal Design Launches New Aspect Cooling Fan Series

Building on the core functionality of market favourites like Dynamic and Prisma, the Aspect series brings an exciting new aesthetic to the Fractal Design range of fans. Available in regular and RGB versions, notable Aspect features include aerodynamic stator struts for lower turbulence, Trip Wire technology for enhanced blade efficiency, rifle bearings and built-in chaining support to simplify cable management.

Fractal Design Aspect Cooling Fan Series

The PWM models offer a wide RPM speed range, making them ideal for radiators. This makes Aspect an excellent fit for anyone looking for discrete or extravagant cooling that balances aesthetics and performance. Combined with the option of either standard or ARGB models as well, there is literally something available here to suit practically all aesthetic tastes.

Price & Availability

Available to purchase now, the Fractal Design Aspect cooling fans are available in a surprisingly large range and also come as individual of ‘kit’ packs to suit the consumers requirements:

  • Aspect 12 Black – $10.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 White – $10.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 PWM Black – $12.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 Black – $12.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 White – $12.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 PWM Black – $14.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 RGB Black Frame – $12.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 RGB PWM Black Frame – $14.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 RGB White Frame – $12.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 RGB Black Frame – $14.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 RGB PWM Black Frame – $16.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 RGB White Frame – $14.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 RGB Black Frame (3 pack) – $35.99 USD
  • Aspect 12 RGB PWM Black Frame (3 pack) – $40.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 RGB Black Frame (3 pack) – $40.99 USD
  • Aspect 14 RGB PWM Black Frame (3 pack) – $45.99 USD

Where Can I Learn More?

For more information on these new fan design, you can check out the official Fractal Design Aspect product website via the link here!

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

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