InWin today announced the availability of its new AJ120 high-performance case fan, mixing high-airflow, low-noise design and presented with a soft-glow ARGB lighting. The AJ120 extends InWin’s comprehensive case fan series that includes: Polaris RGB , EGO, CROWN, SIRIUS LOOP and now the high-pressure AJF series exclusively bundled with the SR-series AIO CPU coolers.The company also mentions that a 140mm version will follow in Q2 2012.
High Performance with Intelligent Speed Control
The Jupiter AJ120 uses a unique 7-blade, high airflow design, offering over 70 CFM and 2.62mm/H2O air pressure at maximum performance. Its wide speed range, 4-pin intelligent PWM control and shock-proof rubber mounting pads means it’s ideal for either CPU coolers or as part of an air-cooled PC. It’s equipped with sleeve bearings to provide lower noise output and a longer lifespan.
16.8 Million Color ARGB Lighting
There are approximately 16.8 million ARGB lighting combinations, meaning users can truly color coordinate to perfectly match their PC build. Piercing through the clear, frosted fan blades produces a deeply appealing soft glow to the surrounding hardware. The Jupiter AJ120 can sync with ARGB-enabled motherboard software from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI or ASRock. The lighting effects can also be controlled by using the InWin ARGB One-Click controller (bundled with the AJ120 3-pack).
Tidy Up by Daisy Chaining
The Jupiter AJ120 fans can also be daisy chained by both power/control and lighting cables, simplifying cable management, keeping PC builds clean and reducing the stress of routing cables for essentially the same purpose.
InWin Jupiter AJ120 ARGB LED fans offer daisy chaining
Posted on Friday, Mar 13 2020 @ 11:24 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
InWin introduces the Jupiter AJ120, a new line of high airflow ARGB LED fans with daisy chaining support. The AJ120 is a long-life sleeve bearing PWM fan that spins at 500 to 1800RPM, it offers up to 70.32CFM of airflow, an air pressure of up to 2.62mm/H2O, an a noise level of up to 35dBA. Pricing is unknown.