CRYORIG QF120 LED fans hit the sene

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 28 2017 @ 13:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
CRYORIG announces its QF120 LED series fans will hit the market in December. The company offers Silent, Balance and Performance versions of these new 120mm white LED fans. The color of the LEDs is fixed, these aren't fancy RGB LED fans.

The Silent version spins at 200 to 1000RPM, with a maximum airflow of 44CFM, maximum air pressure of 0.79 mmH2O and a noise profile of 5 to 19dBA. The Balance model spins at 330 to 1600RPM, this results in an airflow of 49CFM and static pressure of 1.65 mmH2O. This model has a noise level of 10 to 25dBA.

For those who care less about noise and want more airflow, there's the Performance edition which offers up to 83CFM. This model spins at 600 to 2200RPM, with an air pressure of 3.33 mmH2O and a noise profile of 13 to 37dBA.

The MSRP of these fans is 19.99EUR.
First released together with the acclaimed H7 heatsink, the QF120 system fans series is now getting a LED upgrade. This new line of white LED based system fans is based on CRYORIG’s innovative QF120 Series. Like the original QF120 it comes in three different models each with different RPM ranges, ranging from 200-1.000 RPM in the QF120 LED Silent, 330-1.600 RPM with the QF120 LED Balance, and 600-2.200 RPM on the QF120 LED Performance.

Innovative features from the existing QF120 line are also onboard such as the moniker Quad Air Inlet system and integrated vibration absorbers. CRYORIG’s proprietary Quad Air Inlet™ system uses four strategically placed air intakes line up the corners of the QF120 LED fan frame, allowing the static pressure optimized fan blades take in extra air from the sides of the fan frame increasing overall air output.
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