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Illuminate your PC chassis with Enermax's new LED-bladed DIY case fans

Enermax shows off its new duo of DIY case fans at CES 2016, including a LED-bladed performance-grade model

Derek Strickland | Jan 8, 2016 at 11:34 am CST (1 min, 10 secs time to read)

CES 2016 - Enermax has just unveiled a new duo of DIY case fans aimed at merging high-performance cooling with stylish lighting, adding a bit of futuristic flair to PC builds.

Illuminate your PC chassis with Enermax's new LED-bladed DIY case fans | TweakTown.com

Enermax's new case fans consist of the D.F. Pressure and D.F. Vegas models, and represent a "giant leap forward" in chassis fan design. Both models utilize a combination of existing designs including Dust-Free Rotation, which allows the fan to spin in reverse for a small period upon system start up. Using DFR tech, Enermax's new fans are able to "greatly reduces the dust of the internal PC system or the fan blade".

The D.F. Pressure model is based on Enermax's existing TwisterPressure series and sports a static pressure of 3.845mm-H20. Adjustable Peak Speed PWM side controls ensure safety and easy cleaning.

The D.F. Vegas model mirrors its namesake by turning any chassis into a lightshow. The fan sports 12 circular LEDs along the fan blades, adding an illuminating spectacle to any PC build, and users can pick from three different lighting modes. The D.F. Vegas PC fan is also based off of Enermax's Twiser Bearing tech, featuring integrated DFR and Shift Speed Control side control configurations.

Pricing and availability have yet to be unveiled at this time.

Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 04:57 pm CDT

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