In June, Antec released the Fusion 120 ARGB fan, a new high-efficiency case fan with addressable ARGB. It is equipped with 16 LEDs, which are distributed in a specially designed dodecagonal ring light strip, projecting different light effects from multiple angles, with fascinating visual effects, and the innovative flow acceleration channel design can provide better airflow.
Recently, the Fusion 120 ARGB fan has been launched. The price of a single fan is 17.99 euros and provides a two-year warranty. The product will be followed by three and five sets, and the set version also comes with an ARGB controller. At the earliest, the Fusion 120 ARGB fan was only available in black, and recently Antec has added
a white version. From the frame, the fan blade to the wire, white is used to meet the needs of some users to build a white host. Except for the different appearance and color, the parameters are the same, the overall size is 120mm x 120mm x 25mm, hydraulic bearings are used, and the speed is between 600±200 RPM~2000±10% RPM. The air volume is up to 57.93 CFM, the air pressure is up to 2.11 mmH2O, the service life is 40,000 hours, and the noise is between 17.02 and 31.24 dB(A).
Antec said that the fan’s well-designed fan-shaped structure, exquisite craftsmanship, and unique shape can improve the fan-shaped quality to a higher level. At the same time, there are eight enlarged anti-vibration pads on the frame, which can reduce noise even when the system is running at high speed. Coupled with PWM control, the fan can maintain a relatively quiet operation. The cables of the Fusion 120 ARGB fans are wrapped with braided wire for extended life and aesthetics. It uses a 4-pin PWM interface connection and a 3-pin ARGB interface (5V LED), which is compatible with the lighting effect control software of multiple motherboard manufacturers.