Phanteks release their new Halos Lux RGB fan frames

Make any fan an RGB fan!

Phanteks release their new Halos RGB fan frames

Phanteks release their new Halos RGB fan frames

 
Phanteks has today released their new Halos series of RGB fan frames, which are designed to turn any fan into an RGB fan and illuminate PC systems with support for existing 4-pin RGB LED control solutions like ASUS Aura, MSI Mystic Light and Gigabyte RGB Fusion. 
 
These RGB fan frames are available in 120mm and 140mm variants, making them suitable for most modern PC systems and fans. Thes fan frames will be available with PBT and premium aluminium designs, each of which will feature up to 21 RGB diodes. 

  


Phanteks’ Halos Series RGB fan frames complements any fans without compromising their performance. Using high density LEDs, the Halos Series can illuminate different varieties of fans including high quality fans made from PBT materials. The Halos Series RGB fan frames will bring elegance and style to your current lighting setup.

 

 

These new RGB fan frames are available starting today at Overclockers UK, with pricing starting at £9.95 for Black PBT 120mm RGB frames.  

 

You can join the discussion on Phantek's new Halos RGB fan frames on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

18-10-2017, 15:13:26

Vipermk2
These do look good and can improve the general aesthetics of your case, however the 140mm version reduces the airflow, the actual diameter of the the RGB ring is 125mm which is 10-15mm narrower than my Noctua fans. The restriction is obviously on the tips of the fans which reduces more airflow as they move faster than the rest of the blade. When comparing thermals on the CPU, there is a 2-6°C increase from stock temps. I'm seriously thinking of sending them back.Quote

19-10-2017, 02:59:13

Korreborg
But if the temp is manageable, is it then important?Quote

19-10-2017, 03:45:09

The_Governour
These do look great and gives off a nice glow. Like these.Quote
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