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XFX releases replacement fans for their RX 400 GTR and RS GPUs

XFX releases replacement fans for their RX 400 GTR and RS GPUs

XFX releases replacement fans for their RX 400 GTR and RS GPUs

XFX releases replacement fans for their RX 400 GTR and RS GPUs

XFX has released replacement fans for their RX 400 GTR and RS GPUs, making replacing a faulty fan a simple and tool-free process. These fans are now available in red, white and blue LED variants and come at the price of £20 here in the UK, offering users the ability to customise the colour of their GPUs fans and the ability to replace their fans in the event of a fault. 
 
These fans are 90mm in size and come in sets of two, with removal and replacement being as simple as pressing the two tabs on the fan and lining up the replacement fan's 4-pin power connection with the pad on your GPU.  
 
 
 
 
Right now these fans are available at several UK retailers. 

  

You can join the discussion on XFX's replacement LED fans on the OC3D Forums

 

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25-10-2016, 16:35:16

NeverBackDown
Pretty cool feature tbh. Bonus that it saves them money and in turn consumers too.Quote

25-10-2016, 21:27:47

Firedrops
This is pretty cool. Part of me hopes that this becomes an industry standard and aftermarket gpu fans becomes a thing.Quote

26-10-2016, 02:29:24

Gambit2K
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Pretty cool feature tbh. Bonus that it saves them money and in turn consumers too.
Wouldn't a switch to change the color of the lifhr lights of the RGB for the fans be cheaper for them and us? And then the replacement fans might just be 10£ instead?Quote

26-10-2016, 14:22:56

NeverBackDown
No that would add more costs. This way that it's being done now, they don't have to provide as much support which saves money and time. With adding aftermarket fans people can get replacements faster and pay the same amount as if they shipped it directly to XFX. Faster turnaround for both parties and you can save money for both parties, since not all consumers want LEDs, this saves money for a feature they may not want. Those who want it can pay for it. It probably wouldn't costs them anymore as if there was a switchQuote

27-10-2016, 07:03:41

King of Old Old School
I still think this is a gimmick and it's not really going to go anywhere.Quote
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