ENERMAX Releases T.B. RGB Fans with 4-ring RGB Visual Effects

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    wasnt it nice, when fans were just used for cooling...
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    That remote control looks just like the very low end stuff they usually give you cheap LED products or at Ikea :D
     
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    Just turn them off and it will be nice again.. Or , don't buy them.. Wasn't it nice when Cases just held components and had no glass to show off your build. Really guy? Cmon..
     

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    This looks very much like that chinese off brand set of RGB fans I got for my brother's computer...The remote(aside from the Enermax branding on it), the controller, even the pin layout.
     
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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    @goat1
    showing off a case and its hardware is one thing, having stupid rgb crap on everything is for ppl buying 250$ cars and spending 5000$ to mod it.

    show me a case that was shown as rig-of-the-month or similar, that has more than 3-4 lights (from some exceptions).

    e.g. i can put 2 strips inside the case (top), that will light up everything.
    why would i then need everything else (components) to have lights also?

    besides that, they still have NOT designed ONE fan that doesnt click when throttled to min/low rpm, but "waste" money on R&D for some bling lights, right.
     

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