Enermax has released 5 new fan models that use their new patented APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) Control technology. What this new technology does is it allows you to set the peak speed of the fans yourself so they will never go over a specific RPM speed. Then the speed will be regulated by a PWM or an integrated thermal sensor. The 5 new fan models include Cluster Advance, Everest Advance, Magma Advance, T.B. Vegas Quad and T.B. Vegas.
While the current Twister Series have been introduced into the market for more than 5 years, ENERMAX decided to refresh the series by adding the new Twister Advance series offering three different RPM modes which can be selected with a small switch at the fan hub. Users can then easily adapt the ENERMAX fans for various applications. For instance, the new Cluster Advance 12cm version fan runs within the ranges of 500 to 1200, 500 to 1500 or 500 to 1800 RPM, so that users can select the best combination for their chassis. Other features such as the patented Twister Bearing, carved halo frame and batwing blades are still retained to offer users the best cooling performance.
On the basis of the design of the APS control that allows end users to have different RPM settings and specifications, ENERMAX has released two new Vegas fans, the 4-color LED (blue, red, green and white) and single-color LED models coming in blue, red or white. These two series have 48 LEDs and 18 LEDs respectively, and each contains 6 lightening modes. These LED specifications truly make ENERMAX Vegas fans the brightest and shiniest fans in market. In addition, this is the first time that ENERMAX Vegas fans have the patented carved halo frame to allow more air in to enhance the cooling performance.
Furthermore, just like all other ENERMAX fans, all of the above five new models utilize the ENERMAX patented Twister Bearing, a magnetic bearing technology, which helps prevents the abrasion which mechanical bearings such as Sleeve or Ball-Bearings have. This design helps to give these ENERMAX fans a long lasting lifetime of more than 100k hours.
Nov 25, 2015 0