This week, ADATA introduced new XPG Hurricane ARGB PWM PC fans featuring a patented duallayer design for maximum cooling performance, ADATA reports. The main blade and sub blade work together to improve airflow and static pressure while minimizing wind resistance. This allows the fan to provide superior cooling with minimal noise.
XPG Hurricane ARGB 120mm PWM fans and XPG Hurricane ARGB 140mm PWM fans will soon be available for purchase from online retailers, although prices and availability have not yet been officially confirmed.
ADATA XPG Hurricane PC Fans
“With fan speeds up to 2000 and 1800 rpm, respectively, the 120 and 140mm models can create an optimized airflow environment that is much cooler and more efficient than competing products in the same category while maintaining high static pressures.
Hydraulic Dynamic Bearing (FDB) provides smoother operation, optimized cooling, less noise, lower power consumption and longer life. Similarly, the dualring arrangement of the LEDs provides a mesmerizing lighting effect with full ARGB customization, striking the perfect balance between cooling efficiency and aesthetic value.”
“XPG HURRICANE fans provide a level of control not previously available with XPG fans. With Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), these models monitor system temperatures in real time and smoothly and continuously adjust fan speeds.
It also allows the fan to remain off at lower temperatures, helping to reduce both noise and longterm degradation. XPG HURRICANE fans are also compatible with most major motherboard ARGB software applications, making it easy to adjust ARGB settings and synchronize multiple daisychained fans. Or you can configure the fans directly using XPG’s own product configuration software, XPG PRIME.”
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