Sharkoon adds fancy SHARK Disc PWM and the SHARK Blades PWM fans

Posted on Tuesday, October 26 2021 @ 22:18 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Two new RGB LED fans from Sharkoon; the SHARK Disc PWM and the SHARK Blades PWM. These will be sold online for 9.99EUR.
Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals. With the SHARK Blades PWM and the SHARK Disc PWM, Sharkoon now presents its first PWM fans. Through the mainboard's control, and with a maximum speed of 1,400 revolutions per minute, these fans should enable an optimal cooling of the PC case. In addition to a wide range of illumination colors, the two fans have different designs: The SHARK Disc PWM is glass-transparent, allowing the illumination to shimmer through its borders. The SHARK Blades PWM, on the other hand, is kept in minimalist black and has fan blades with protruding lines for a dynamic display when in operation. Thanks to the RGB LED effects, the fans should blend seamlessly into the PC case with all the other illuminated components.

Precisely Tailored Performance
The SHARK Disc PWM and the SHARK Blades PWM each offer a speed of up to 1,400 revolutions per minute with an airflow volume of up to 94.8 cubic meters per hour for the SHARK Blades PWM and 82.35 cubic meters per hour for the SHARK Disc PWM. The speed can be controlled by the mainboard.

Smooth Performance
Even at full speed, both the SHARK Blades PWM and the SHARK Disc PWM are barely louder than a whisper in the room. Their volume is specified at around 24.8 dB(A). The fluid dynamic bearing also supports the smooth performance.

Creative Illumination
A compatible RGB controller for the mainboard can be used for setting the 9 RGB LEDs of the SHARK Disc PWM and the 20 different RGB LEDs of the SHARK Blades PWM. The lighting offers a selection of up to 16.8 million colors.

High Compatibility
The lighting effects of the SHARK Blade PWM and the SHARK Disc PWM can be controlled with the software Asus Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync and Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0 Utility. For the greatest possible compatibility, the RGB LEDs can be connected to the mainboard either via a 5V-D-G connection or via a four-pin 5V-D-coded-G connection.

Reduced Case Vibration
The rubberized contact points reduce the case vibration and further support the smooth running of the fans.
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