Cooler Master expands its Mobius range with three new fan models

Cooler Master's Mobius 120P fans look great in white

Cooler Master expands its Mobius range with three new fan models

Cooler Master has launched three new Mobius series fans to deliver new cooling options to consumers

Cooler Master has expanded their Mobius lineup of fans with three new models, a new higher-end version of their Mobius 120 fan called the Mobius 120 OC, a white version of their Mobius 120P ARGB fan, and a new 140mm 140P ARGB fan model. 

With these new fan options, Cooler Masters are broadening the appeal of their Mobius series to attract a larger potential userbase, offering a new white model for fans of white components, new 140mm models to support a broader range of cases/heatsinks, and a new high RPM model to appeal to performance-minded PC enthusiasts. 

When we tested Cooler Master's original Mobius series fans last year, we were impressed with what Cooler Master delivered. Now, Cooler Master are offering this proven series of fans with new colour options, size options, and fan RPM options. That's great news for PC builders, assuming that Cooler Master prices these new fans well.

Below, are Cooler Master's descriptions of each of their new Mobius series fans and their specifications.

Cooler Master expands its Mobius range with three new fan models

Mobius 120 OC

The new flagship of the Mobius Series pushing performance to overdrive.

- Up to 3200rpm mode via a toggle
- Lifetime warranty
- Metal motor hub for increased durability and lifetime performance
- Double ball bearings
- The new Ring Blade design with interconnecting fan blades

Cooler Master expands its Mobius range with three new fan models

Mobius 120P ARGB White Edition

A White Edition of the performance-focused fan featuring:

- Beautiful White Edition
- The new Ring Blade design with interconnecting fan blades
- Engineered Pressure Acceleration Air Vents for maximum airflow
- New loop dynamic bearing design

Cooler Master expands its Mobius range with three new fan models

Mobius 140P ARGB

A larger Mobius Series fan with more performance and just as quiet featuring:

- Larger 140 mm proportions
- Newly designed ORBS (Oil Reflow Bearing System) utilize a thick oil film and lubrication formation for maximum running stability
- The new Ring Blade design with interconnecting fan blades
- Engineered Pressure Acceleration Air Vents for maximum airflow

Cooler Master expands its Mobius range with three new fan models

More information about Cooler Master's are available on Cooler Master's website on the product pages of their Mobius 120 OCMobius 120P ARGB White Edition, and Mobius 140P ARGB.

You can joint he discussion on Cooler Master's new Mobius series fans on the OC3D Forums.

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21-03-2023, 16:49:54

Dicehunter

22-03-2023, 07:06:12

Peace
Did Lian Li patent their daisy chaining or why is this not common for new releases today? I'd expect every new fan, especially ARGB ones, to be interconnectable via a simple click, so you only have one cable for fan control and one for RGB...


I've seen NZXT also having connections on their Aer fans, but you'll also need a cable for those to connect to each other.Quote

22-03-2023, 08:12:34

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
Did Lian Li patent their daisy chaining or why is this not common for new releases today? I'd expect every new fan, especially ARGB ones, to be interconnectable via a simple click, so you only have one cable for fan control and one for RGB...


I've seen NZXT also having connections on their Aer fans, but you'll also need a cable for those to connect to each other.
They patented the metal contact daisy chaining but the simple cable to cable daisy chains are open to use for anyone. Since its no different to the standard way of plugging the cable into a 4 pin connector.Quote

23-03-2023, 06:21:35

Peace
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
They patented the metal contact daisy chaining but the simple cable to cable daisy chains are open to use for anyone. Since its no different to the standard way of plugging the cable into a 4 pin connector.
That clears it up, thanks!Quote
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