In Win's new RGB Aurora case fans sport daisy chain power sharing

In Win's new Aurora RGB case fans can be daisy chained together and adjusted with a wireless remote control.

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Published Fri, Jun 3 2016 7:54 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:59 AM CST

Computex 2016 - At Computex In Win showcased its new Aurora fans, the first-ever case fans that support modular power sharing. As an added bonus users can easily adjust fan speeds with a dedicated wireless remote control.

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In Win's new 120mm RGB Aurora case fans are pretty special: the fans can be connected to one another to share power and speed controls. Each Aurora fan is equipped with two 6-pin connectors that slot into other Aurora fans, effectively making a daisy chain. What's more is that the power and speed of the entire Aurora fan array can be finely adjusted with a remote control, allowing users an incredibly easy and flexible cooling solution. Fans can also be individually tuned and tweaked with the remote, as well as toggling different RGB effects.

The 120mm x 120mm x 25mm In Win Aurora fans spin between 800 RPMs and 1,400 RPMs in PWM mode, and up to 2,000 RPMs in Turbo Mode. The fans move 40.26CFM of air flow at a noise level of 23.7dB(A) and have a rated air pressure of 1.5mm/H20.

Pricing and availability for the Aurora fans have yet to be announced, but you can bet we'll watch out for these awesome spinners in the coming months.

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