NZXT launches a range of new fans at Computex 2024

NZXT reveals new F-series Fan Frames and F-Series Quiet and Pressure fans

Rounding off our NZXT coverage, we have a range of new fans from the company. For starters, we have the NZXT’s new F-Series of RGB Core single-fan fan solutions. These fan frames offer NZXT users up to three fans within a single, unified frame. This solution offers users a cleaner aesthetic than several individual fans, and simplified PC building by powering these fans with a single set of connectors.

NZXT’s RGB Core series of single frame fans will be available in three forms. The 2x120mm F240, the 2x140mm F280, and the 3x120mm F360. These fan frames will be available in both black and white and will be available later this month at the below prices.

F240: $44.99/£39.99 | F280: $49.99/£44.99 | F360: $69.99/£59.99

 NZXT F-Series RGB Core Single Frame Fans Key Features:

  • All-in-one integrated fans design streamlines installation, setup, and control
  • Only one cable required per unit, reducing clutter and streamlining connections
  • Fan blades are designed to balance optimal airflow and high static pressure, making them suitable for use anywhere in the case
  • Eight individually-addressable RGB LEDs per fan hub are brilliantly diffused through semi-translucent blades
  • Fluid dynamic bearings and anti-vibration rubber corners keep noise at a bare minimum, even at high speeds
  • Control RGB lighting and fan speeds with CAM when connected to the new NZXT Control Hub or NZXT RGB & Fan Controller (each sold separately)

NZXT has also revealed new F-series Quiet Airflow and Static Pressure fans. These new fans designs were redesigned to deliver higher levels of performance at any given noise level. These fans will be available in 120mm and 140mm fans at the following prices.

F120Q: $14.99/£12.99 | F140Q: $16.99/£14.99

F120P: $14.99/£12.99 | F140P: $16.99/£14.99

At Computex 2024, NZXT have also revealed new C-Series power supplies and their new H7 Flow PC case.

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