In Win now has the Aurora Fans available. The thing is, you can Daisy Chain these fans. Previously all fans need to be connected towards a fan controller, your motherboard FAN headers or use y-split cables right Well, here's something clever from In-win.
These fans actually have been announced on Computex 2016 already if memory serves me right. You simply can connect the 8001400 rpm PWM sleeve baring fans in series, which helps tremendously with cable management. An interesting point here to mention is that each fan still can be controlled individually. The RGB LEDs as wellc an be controlled independent. A separated controller obviously is needed to control it all, that connects towards a USB connector.
The MSRP is 89 euros for a set of a kit with three fans. The set will feature three Aurora case fans that are fully RGB and addressable LED fans, modular sleeved cables, two LED strips, a remote control to change the LEDs and a control box.
* To achieve the best thermal performance, assembling EGO fans along with a slim radiator is highly recommended for the thermal solution at the bottom.* You must remove the bottom dust filter to install the EGO fans properly at the bottom.
In Win, best known to most for their PC chassis, announced its new Polaris case fan series. The new Polaris fans differ from their Aurora fan lineup in a few ways. First, the frame on the Polaris is not square but uses a round transparent frame. Second, the Polaris lineup is made for silence, while the Aurora is made for performance (having slightly higher CFM and static pressure values), and a different overall aesthetic; more of a traditional case fan look.
The PWM controlled silent fan is said to produce only 20.2dB while pushing 43.31 CFM at 1.26mm/H20 static pressure at its maximum speed of 1280 RPM. Power use for the fan alone is rated at 1.2W/0.10A. Combined with the RGBs, it is 2.4W/0.20A. The light power can allow a couple to be daisy-chained together using the same motherboard header. In Win includes its own 8-pin connecting wires ( 800mm and 100mm) to connect from fan to fan and minimize cable clutter inside the chassis. A total of eight fans can be daisy-chained together.
One item to note when considering these fans: Users are required to purchase the two fan package before the single fan package. Per In Win, the Polaris RGB single pack will not operate on its own, you must the Polaris RGB Twin Pack first and daisy-chain them together. The twin pack includes the needed cables while the single fan is intended to be an add-on. MSRP on the twin pack is $39 while the single is $20.
Derived from the mystical skyline phenomena that is the Northern Lights, Aurora embodies free-flowing LED lights and its unique illuminated, unpredictable nature. Its modular connector design not only keeps builds nice and tidy with better cable management, but allows several fans to be linked together to create a more synchronized and customizable LED experience.
To provide a better RGB lighting experience, each led is embedded with a special IC Chip inside. Through this installation, the Aurora fans and the LED strips can present an array of colors simultaneously, which also creates various RGB lighting effects. 59ce067264