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Cooler Master has launched its latest performance fans in the form of the Mobius 120 (2,050 RPM) and Mobius 120P ARGB (2,400 RPM). Coming in a 120 mm form factor and featuring maximum speeds of 2,050 RPM and 2,400 RPM, respectively, both feature an enhanced Ring Blade Design, “eliminating vibration for stable and fluid fan operation.” Both Mobius fans are now available.

  • MOBIUS 120
    • Ring Blade Design (RBD)
    • Pressure Air Acceleration
    • Absolute Acoustics
  • MOBIUS 120P ARGB
    • Ring Blade Design (RBD)
    • Pressure Air Acceleration
    • Absolute Acoustics
    • Luminescent Light Effects
    • Addressable Gen 2 RGB

From Cooler Master’s press release:

Cooler Master launches the Mobius Series, the new line of fans designed with innovation and performance in mind. Optimized with enhancements of interconnecting fan blades to fine-tuned sound output, the Mobius Series is engineered with the perfect balance of quiet operation and unmatched cooling capabilities, perfect for enthusiasts and advanced users.

More Balance, More Burst

The Ring Blade Design utilizes interconnecting fan blades for structural reinforcement and fan performance, eliminating vibration for even more stability. The angled inner frame rim features chamfered side vents to boost airflow with force induced pressure draw for maximum airflow. The sound output has been fine tuned to sub 6dB prominence noise levels for optimal acoustics without performance sacrifice. The Mobius Series is designed with superior performance in mind to achieve the ultimate cooling solution of low noise operation and unrivaled yield.

Interconnecting fan blades fortify fan running operation for steady rotation and
targeted airflow.

New loop dynamic bearing design reflows oil return to the bearings for consistent lubrication for unhindered fan performance and lifespan.

The Mobius Series will be introducing the Mobius 120 and the Mobius 120P ARGB with the initial launch to market, with a maximum speed of 2050rpm and 2400rpm respectively.

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