Thursday, June 17th 2010

Enermax Intros Apollish Vegas Series Case Fans

Enermax released the Apollish Vegas series case fans. These bright-colored, illuminated fans are similar to the original Apollish series fans the company released last year, except that the Vegas is more efficient and features lighting effects made with its up to 18 LEDs. Available in glossy red, blue, green and silver, these fans are available in 120 mm and 140 mm sizes. The fans make use of Twister-bearing, and the blades are detachable for cleaning. The 120 mm models come in speeds ranging between 800 - 2000 rpm, 56.51 - 143.72 m³/h airflow, and as low as 16 dBA noise output, while the 140 mm ones spin at 700 - 1500 rpm, push 71.99 - 154.27 m³/h of air, with as low as 15 dBA noise level. The 120 mm model costs €21.14, and the 140 mm €25.84.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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19 Comments on Enermax Intros Apollish Vegas Series Case Fans

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Not bad, wonder what the silver looks like. I really do like their Apollish fans as I got one for my brother and not only is it silent, but it looks bad ass, and moves a lot of air.
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#2
Lionheart
haha you serious, I was gonna buy several of these fans last week but ended up gettin something else:cry: they have really good specs I think
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#4
mlee49
by: Live OR Die
to many leds for me lol
Me too man, Waaaay to expensive as well. 21 Euro is nearly 25USD.

I wonder if they thought more leds = higher price.

Kidding only
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#6
Live OR Die
by: mlee49
Me too man, Waaaay to expensive as well. 21 Euro is nearly 25USD.

I wonder if they thought more leds = higher price.

Kidding only
yer way to much for a fan dont like the coloring on the plastic ether
PS reminds me more of a cake then a fan :laugh:
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#7
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Fourstaff
Does it suck?
A fan can be used to both suck and blow (intake and exhaust).
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#8
claylomax
I have two of the normal Apollish fans, they come with a temp sensor and adjust the speed acordingly; if you don't normally like leds then this is not for you as they are much brighter than the average led fan.
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#9
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
these fans remind me of somewhat - have too many colours all at once & you could find yourself foaming at the mouth
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#11
Fourstaff
About 30CFM to about 90CFM, rough estimates
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#13
Rakesh95
I think there almost 50 bucks here is Aus, since when are hard drives cheaper then these fans.
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#14
Hockster
Detachable blades? Better get steel braided hoses for water cooled systems. You know, just in case.
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#15
Depth
by: btarunr
A fan can be used to both suck and blow (intake and exhaust).
So the fan blows and the price sucks?
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#16
inferKNOX
by: WarEagleAU
Not bad, wonder what the silver looks like. I really do like their Apollish fans as I got one for my brother and not only is it silent, but it looks bad ass, and moves a lot of air.
I got a silver Appolish pushing on my Mega Shadow and it looks simply stunning.
However, the temp sensor is either hopeless or my temps are too low (~30°C to ~45°C), coz my fan stays at ~750rpm and the sensor is pressed up right in there in a groove on the back of the Mega Shadow's contact plate and held by the retention kit...:confused:


(just example, not my rig)

Anyway, plan to get this to push and move the other to pull since this has manual fan controller.;)

Check the Appolish Vegas here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv2cDERvupg
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#17
inferKNOX
Here's some pics of my rig with the Appolish silver from when I was fitting it and the Mega Shadow (sorry for double post).
(Pics just don't do it justice though):cool:

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#18
Hockster
Expected street date for these?

That silver fan looks simply awesome.
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