Raijintek releases their Iris 14 Rainbow RGB 140mm fans

These fan are now available to pre-order at Overclockers UK

Raijintek releases their Iris 14 Rainbow RGB 140mm fans

Raijintek releases their Iris 14 Rainbow RGB 140mm fans

Raijintek is a relatively new brand in the PC arena, primarily offering case and cooling product. Today the company has introduced their latest Iris 14 series of RGB fans, offering 21 diodes per fan to provide a huge range of lighting options.  

So far Raijintek's Iris series of fans have been limited to 120mm varieties, which also ship on their ORCUS RGB AIO liquid cooler, with this new fan opening the door towards RGBifying a broader range of cases or potentially creating a new 280mm AIO liquid cooler in the future. 

Iris fans support RGB illumination using a 4-pin RGB header, allowing these fan to be connected directly to a motherboard's 4-pin RGB header to into a Raijintek RGB controller. Raijintek's RGB hub can be controlled by the user's motherboard or using an included remote control, giving users several methods to control their system's lighting.  

Raijintek's Iris 14 fans are controlled using 4-pin PWM fan connectors and offer speeds of between 400 and 1,500 RPM, delivering a noise output of up to 30.8 dBA. 

Raijintek releases their Iris 14 Rainbow RGB 140mm fans  Raijintek releases their Iris 14 Rainbow RGB 140mm fans
Right now these new fans are available to pre-order at Overclockers UK as standalone fans for £13.99 (no hub included), a dual pack for £38.99 (includes RGB hub and remote) and as a triple pack for £48.95 (includes RGB hub and remote).

You can join the discussion on Raijintek's Iris 14 series of RGB fans on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

06-03-2018, 10:00:47

Is that a molex connector I'm seeing? Yuck.Quote

06-03-2018, 10:06:31

Originally Posted by Linchpin View Post
Is that a molex connector I'm seeing? Yuck.
Only on the RGB hub. Not that big of an issue, though you can get SATA to molex adapters if you want to avoid having the molex cable in your modular PSU.Quote

06-03-2018, 10:22:04

I was looking at these a while ago when I upgraded my rad from 120-240. In the end I decided on just blue LED as I figured I wouldn't change it much, if at all. They looked nice though and were a decent chunk cheaper than other fans Quote

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