GELID LYRA 140mm ARGB LED fan offers dual-ring with 24 LEDs

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 16 2020 @ 18:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
GELID informed us about the availability of their new LYRA fan. This 140mm PWM model features 24 ARGB LEDs that can be controlled via motherboard RGB led headers. The fan has a double ball bearing and spins at 750 to 1600RPM. It offers up to 70CFM of airflow, a noise level of maximum 35dBA, and a static pressure of maximum 1.8mmAq. GELID sells it via its webshop for $15.
The LYRA introduces a perfect mixture of top-notch technologies orchestrated in the 140mm fan size. It comes with 8 hub-mounted ARGB LEDs and 16 frame-mounted independent ARGB LEDs to illuminate stylish Dual Ring Lighting and create spectacular RGB effects. The fan also boasts Double Ball Bearing which adds to improve mechanics and ensures ultra-durable functioning.

The new impeller is optimized with a high-airflow blade profile to deliver enhanced cooling. And the carefully designed PWM IC, a core part of the LYRA, eliminates any clicking noise. Additionally, the intelligent GELID PWM (Pulse Width Module) drives the fan in the speed range from 750 RPM to 1600 RPM, it constantly keeps the fan silent but accelerates speed whenever higher airflow is needed. The LYRA also bears daisy-chain capable ARGB cabling with a male-plug adapter included to facilitate connection of multiple fans in your system.

The fan is RoHS and WEEE conform and carries a 3 year warranty.

“LYRA is crafted specifically for RGB enthusiasts. Robust build, spectacular RGB lights and low-noise operation all make it a perfect companion for your gaming rig”, said Gebhard Scherrer, Sales Director of GELID Solutions Ltd.
GELID LYRA


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