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be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans Review

Light Wings ARGB Fans Overview

So first things first for those wondering what type of RGB fans these are, they are designed with 20 ARGB LEDs that are in a circle around the frame of the fan. The LEDs are covered by a clear diffuser and the blades and rest of the fan are black.

be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans

Each fan features a rifle bearing with seven silence-optimized fan blades for high airflow and low noise-generating turbulences. Each fan will spin up to 1500 RPM with a max airflow of 56 CFM and max noise level of 23.3 dBA.

be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans

For those wondering about thickness these fans are your standard 25mm so installing them in a case or on a radiator shouldn’t be a problem. The corners of each fan are rubber to cut down on vibrations.

be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans

Coming off of each fan is a set of wires which include a 4-pin PWM connector, 3-pin ARGB connector, and a 3-pin ARGB pass-through. This means that you can easily daisy-chain the fans together or even to other ARGB devices.

be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans

The included ARGB hub is a pretty simple device, it essentially is just an ARGB splitter. It supports up to six ARGB devices (3-pin), has a cable that connects to your ARGB connection on your motherboard, and is powered by a SATA power connection.

be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans be quiet! Light Wings ARGB Fans

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