Cooler Master slim down their popular Mobius 120 fans

Cooler Master reveal new 15mm Mobius Slim 120 fans at CES

Today, Cooler Master has a treat for Small Form Factor (SFF) PC builders, new fans that are designed to fit into tight spaces where standard 25mm thick fans cannot. Meet the Mobius 120 Slim, a new, thinner, version of Cooler Master’s popular Mobius series fans.

Cooler Master’s new Mobius 120 Slim fans are 15mm thick, and feature the same technological underpinnings of existing Mobius fans. The fans feature Cooler Master’s dynamic bearing design (with its oil reflow system), and a connected blade design that prevents back-pressure and reduces noise levels. With the slim, Cooler Master aims to deliver a quiet fan that can work in areas where thicker fans cannot.

(Video from Cooler Master)

Mobius 120 Slim Key Features:

  • Designed for Small Spaces: Ultra-slim profile fits tight spaces, ideal for small form factor builds.
  • Loop Dynamic Bearing Design: Includes an oil reflow system, dustproof wall and magnetic ring for enhanced performance and longevity.
  • Innovative Blade Design: Connected blades with an outer ring for stabilized airflow and reduced noise.
  • Top-Notch Quality Control: Produced on an AI-assisted line and rigorously noise-tested.

Unfortunately, Cooler Master has not revealed the full specifications of their Mobius Slim fans. We expect to hear more about these fans at CES 2024. OC3D will be present at CES 2024, which means that we may be able to have a closer look at these fans, and other products, at the event.

At CES 2024, Cooler Master will also be showcasing their V8 3DVC CPU cooler. Cooler Master’s calling this “the pinnacle of cooling technology”. The company will also be showcasing their X Silent Edge and X Silent Max power supplies.

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master’s new Slim Mobius series fans on the OC3D Forums.

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