Fractal Design has new Dynamic X2 and Venturi fans

Posted on Friday, Sep 21 2018 @ 16:57 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Two new fan series from Fractal Design are about to hit the market. The company reveals white Dynamic X2 fans as well as Venturi HF and Venturi HP fans with a black & white color scheme.
Fractal Design expand on the Dynamic X2 and Venturi fan series with new options giving users greater choice than ever before. Adding to the Dynamic X2, users will now have the option to purchase 120mm and 140mm variants of the fan with PWM support while an all-White non PWM version has also been added to the lineup.

In addition to the new Dynamic X2 variants, the Venturi series receives four new models in the classic Fractal Design Black and White color combination. Available in both High Flow (HF) or High Pressure (HP), these 120mm and 140mm options are the perfect companion for your system.

Fractal Design Dynamic X2 Series
The Fractal Design Dynamic X2 series are true all-purpose fans, offering excellent airflow and outstanding 100,000-hour life expectancy thanks to the new LLS (Long Life Sleeve) bearing.

Added PWM support offers precise fan control via a wide speed adjustment range of 500 to 2,000 RPM allowing users to select their ideal mix of silent operation and maximum airflow (PWM Only).

The customized design of the Dynamic X2 results in a beautiful fan that helps to keep your system cool, yet quiet. Designed together with Fractal Design's high-end Venturi Series, the Dynamic X2 incorporates aerodynamic elements of airplane wing designs for significant noise reduction.

Available in multiple color combinations including black, white, or the classic Fractal Design color scheme with white blades and black frame, the Dynamic X2 series are the perfect choice for those seeking an expertly balanced fan with exceptional dependability.

Fractal Design Venturi HF Series
The Venturi High Flow Series fans, HF-12 and HF-14, are optimized for low-restriction airflow environments, making them an excellent choice for computer case fans, or other low-restriction usage scenarios.

Designed with a variety of performance-increasing and noise-reducing features, these fans can move an amazing amount of air compared to other fans at the same, minimal noise level.

The HF-14 comes with two sets of solid vibration-dampening rubber corners: one for standard 140mm fan hole spacing (125mm) and one compatible with the standard 120mm hole spacing (105mm). The Venturi High Flow Series fans are ideal for those looking for a perfect balance between high performance and low noise built from sturdy, high quality materials.

Fractal Design Venturi HP Series
The Venturi High Pressure Series PWM fans, HP-12 and HP-14, are optimized for high-restriction airflow scenarios, making them an excellent choice for use on large heatsinks, on radiators, or in other highly restrictive scenarios.

Designed with a variety of performance-increasing and noise-reducing features, these fans can move an amazing amount of air through restricted environments compared to other fans at the same, minimal noise level.

The HP-14 comes with two sets of solid vibration-dampening rubber corners: one for standard 140mm fan hole spacing (125mm) and one compatible with the standard 120mm hole spacing (105mm). The Venturi High Pressure Series PWM fans are ideal for those looking for a perfect balance between high performance and low noise built from sturdy, high quality materials.

Available in multiple color combinations including black, white, or the classic Fractal Design color scheme with white blades and black frame, the Dynamic X2 series are the perfect choice for those seeking an expertly balanced fan with exceptional dependability.
New fans from FractalDesign


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