Corsair has just announced the launch of an all-new line of performance fans, the iCUE SP RGB ELITE. They will feature Corsair’s patented AirGuide technology as well as eight addressable RGB LEDs. The iCUE SP RGB ELITE fans will be available in 120 mm or 140 mm and will be packaged individually or in multi-fan sets. See below for pricing and individual specifications.
Marking their first foray into the AIO market, Phanteks has announced the Glacier One all-in-one CPU cooler line. The new coolers will be available in 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm versions. The Glacier One features Asetek’s Gen7 water pump along with a tempered glass infinity mirror pump cap using D-RGB lighting. The pump cap will also serve to hide the mounting hardware creating a clean installation. Additionally, Phanteks has made improvements to it’s MP series radiator fans for higher speeds and increased static pressure. MSRP starts at $124 for the AIOs and is available in black or white. Here is the official news from Phanteks.
Today, July 30th, 2020, Xtreme Performance Gear, a division of Adata, unveiled several new components. First, is the XPG PYLON power supply is available from 450 Watts up to 750 Watts. Followed by a pair of XPG VENTO 120mm fans. Finally, an XPG PRIME ARBG LED light strip. Here is the official announcement along with the specs for the components.
In July, 2013, Enermax announced that they had updated their fans with new three-position “APS” switches, which allow a user to select one of three peak speeds. This, in essence, allows you to buy three fans in one. Today we will be looking at three of these fans: the T.B. Vegas Quad, the Cluster Advance, and the Everest Advance. Are these truly advanced fans? Are we really looking at nine fans masquerading as three? Let’s see.