ASUS ROG Releasing Its First PC Case Fans in April

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ASUS has announced that it will be releasing its first PC case fans in the month of April. Originally unveiled during the company’s Meta Buffs launch event in September, ASUS’ ROG Strix XF 120 is a 120-mm, 4-pin PWM cooling solution that features a speed range of 250 RPM to 1800 RPM and 62.5 CFM air flow / 3.07 mm H2O static pressure rating. Noise level is 22.5 dB(A).

“[…] it’s been built from the ground up to deliver high performance without a lot of noise,” an ASUS spokesperson said. “We added fiberglass to create a more rigid composite that improves performance. Then we shaped the angle and the curvature of the frame struts to minimize turbulence and maximize airflow. Then we selected a low rpm range of 250 to 1800 RPM. The lower range gives us more flexibility to create quiet fan curves.”

ASUS ROG Strix XF 120 Overview

  • MagLev bearing
  • Aerodynamic fan blades and frame design
  • 4-pin PWM, 250 RPM-1800 RPM
  • 62.5 CFM air flow / 3.07 mm H2O static pressure
  • 22.5 dB(A)
  • Anti-vibration pads and mounts
Tsing Mui
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