Seasonic MagFlow 120 ARGB followers snap along with magnets

Background by Paul Pastourmatzis.

Seasonic has introduced the MagFlow 120 ARGB fan that includes a daisy-chainable magnetic connection for energy supply and pace/RGB management. It’s all about saving time, decreasing litter, and enhancing the look of your machine by avoiding seen cables.

Measuring 124.2mm (L) x 26.6mm (W) x 120mm (H), the MagFlow 120 ARGB followers use fluid dynamic bearings (FDB) carrying 9 blades created from LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer). Every fan gives 26 impartial LEDs organized in two separate gentle rings. Whereas subjective, the blue/gray accents are additionally fairly refreshing from the same old black or white decisions.

Seasonic claims this collection rotates as much as 2,000rpm delivering 49.47CFM of airflow and a couple of.28mmH2O of strain at 30.15dBA. The facility consumption supposedly sits round 1.2W.

Seasonic MagFlow 120 ARGB triple fan pack next to the box they arrive in.

The MagFlow 120 ARGB additionally is available in packs of three followers, together with all of the cables and mounting {hardware}. Notably, this pack comes with a fan-to-fan cable meant to attach separate fan segments collectively, like Corsair’s iCUE Hyperlink followers. For instance, you’ll be able to energy and management the followers on the high and rear of your PC case utilizing a single motherboard header.

Seasonic MagFlow 120 ARGB fan with magnetic cables and colourful lighting.

Phanteks and Thermaltake presently face a patent infringement lawsuit from Lian Li over their cable-less RGB followers, lately lined by Players Nexus. You is likely to be questioning if Seasonic’s design is totally different sufficient to keep away from any issues. It’s attainable the model has sidestepped scorching water as a result of it doesn’t use any fixation clips. As an alternative, MagFlow depends solely on magnets. Which means that you’ll want a minimum of a few screws to correctly safe every fan in place, in contrast to Phanteks’ for instance.

The MagFlow 120 ARGB followers will likely be obtainable in Q1 2024 at $34.99 / €33.90 for single followers and $99.99 / €99.90 for triple packs, backed by three years of guarantee.

Alex Reed

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