Fractal Design Aspect fans ship with and without RGB LEDs

Posted on Thursday, July 01 2021 @ 14:41 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fractal Design introduces Aspect, a new series of fans consisting of eight different models. The firm offers 120mm and 140mm sizes -- each in a regular edition with a fixed speed, a PWM edition, an RGB LED edition with fixed speed, and an RGB edition with PWM.

The Aspect series has a number of features that promise to reduce turbulence and enhance blade efficiency. You can daisy-chain Aspect fans and the RGB versions feature six individually addressable hub-mounted RGB LEDs. You can find the specifications of each model via this link.
Building on the core functionality of market favorites like Dynamic and Prisma, the Aspect series brings an exciting new aesthetic to the Fractal range of fans. Available in regular and RGB versions, notable Aspect features include aerodynamic stator struts for lower turbulence, Trip Wire technology for enhanced blade efficiency, rifle bearings and built-in chaining support to simplify cable management. Additionally, the PWM models offer a wide RPM speed range, making them ideal for radiators. This makes Aspect an excellent fit for anyone looking for discrete or extravagant cooling that balances aesthetics and performance.

Notable key features of the Aspect fans include:
  • Less turbulence thanks to aerodynamic stator struts
  • Trip Wire technology introduces a micro-turbulent layer for enhanced blade efficiency
  • Supports chaining to simplify cable management
  • Rifle bearings – more efficient than standard sleeve
  • Combines aesthetic design and reliable performance
  • PWM control with a wide RPM speed range (PWM versions only)
  • 6 individually addressable hub-mounted RGB LEDs (RGB versions only)
  • Fractal Design Aspect

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