In Win Polaris fans have RGB LEDs and can be daisy-chained

Posted on Wednesday, September 20 2017 @ 13:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
In Win introduces three new Polaris fan series.

First up is the Polaris LED, this model is the most basic variant. It's offered in white, blue, green, and red versions, and promises 50 percent more LEDs versus competing products. In Win says these sleeve bearing fans generate a nice light effect because the LEDs are embedded in the center of the fan, allowing the light to radiate through the fan blades to create balanced lighting. The fan has a round frame and provides an airflow of up to 43.31CFM at a noise level of 20dBA.

One step up the ladder we have the Polaris RGB fans, these are PWM models and they have six RGB LEDs. The Polaris RGB fans are compatible with RGB control features from the most common motherboards. Another special feature here is that these fans can be daisy-chained, this significantly reduces cable clutter in your case. Polaris RGB spins at 500 to 1280 RPM, has a maximum airflow of 43.31CFM and a maximum noise level of 20dBA.

The flagship model in the Polaris lined up is the Polaris RGB Aluminum, this product features a "diamond-polished" aluminum frame and aluminum fan blades. The other features are similar to the Polaris RGB fans.

Pricing and availability is unknown.

In Win Polaris fans

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