In Win Aurora RGB Fans Review

In Win Aurora Fans Overview
As I mentioned we received the 3-fan Aurora Kit, which comes with three 120 mm fans. These fans run between 800 – 1400 RPM in PWM mode, pushing a max of 40.26 CFM, with a noise level of 30 dBA. There is also a max mode, which puts the fans at 2000 RPM with a air flow of 57.64 CFM, and a noise level of 39.2 dBA.

In Win Aurora RGB Fans

Each Aurora fan has a plastic black frame. On each of the mounting holes you have rubber pieces, which will help with sound dampening. The main fan fins have a smoked-clear design, which will allow the RGB LEDs to shine through. On the inside of the frame is where you’ll find the RGB LEDs.

In Win Aurora RGB Fans

On one side of the fans you’ll find “IN” and “OUT” connections. These allow you to easily daisy-chain the fans for less cable mess. On the other side of the fans you’ll find direction arrows, these show the direction of airflow so you install them correctly in your system.

In Win Aurora RGB Fans

In Win Aurora RGB Fans

The included controller box or fan hub actually looks really nice, with its brushed aluminum finish and Aurora logo on it. This is the central hub where you’ll connect the fans etc. You’ll find connections on one end which include output, DC in, USB, and 4-pin to motherboard.

In Win Aurora RGB Fans In Win Aurora RGB Fans

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