Monday, January 21st 2013

ENERMAX Introduces 18/20 cm T.B. APOLLISH and T.B. VEGAS QUAD Case Fans

ENERMAX, leading PC case and power supply brand, has introduced their T.B. APOLLISH and T.B. VEGAS QUAD Case Fans.

The fans are 18/20 cm, giving a large size for better cooling performance and are compatible with 18cm and 20 cm mounting holes. Both fans are compatible with Enermax's Fulmo, Fulmo GT, Ostrog GT, Hoplite, and Coenus computer cases.


The fans feature Shift Speed Control providing 3 cooling modes. The T.B. VEGAS QUAD stands out with a Blue/Red/Green/White 4-color LED with 6 lightening modes and the T.B. APOLLISH sports a patented Circular Type LED fan with up to 18 diodes.

One distinguishing element is the patented circular type LEDs with 24 (up to 4x6) diodes and are up to five times brighter than any other fans.

A Vortex design is important for proper ventilation and both the T.B.VEGAS QUAD fan and the T.B.APOLLISH fan boast this enhancement. The Vortex frame design concentrates airflow to cool target areas and the blades are designed with a focus to center the light to increase the brightness of the LEDs.

The MSRP will be $24.99 for the T.B.VEGAS QUAD 18 cm fan and the MSRP is $18.99 for the T.B.APOLLISH 18 cm.
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14 Comments on ENERMAX Introduces 18/20 cm T.B. APOLLISH and T.B. VEGAS QUAD Case Fans

#1
Daisho
I wouldn't mind seeing an Enermax Magma version. Something without the ridiculous LEDs.

I wonder how these will compare with the Silverstone AP fans at CFM/dB
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#2
Relayer
I'm assuming twister bearing? Do they tell us?
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#4
james888
I have some CM megaflows that are 200mm. They move a bunch of air and are silent at 700rpm. I don't even use them anymore but I wonder how they compare to these. I did cut the led's of them too.
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#5
pdimar1
the big thing with enermax ot me is the removable fan blades, the t.b. silence line of fans look really good
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
Prices aren't too bad, and I do like the colors offered.
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LAN_deRf_HA
by: james888
I have some CM megaflows that are 200mm. They move a bunch of air and are silent at 700rpm. I don't even use them anymore but I wonder how they compare to these. I did cut the led's of them too.
You don't cut the led's out of vegas fans, you turn them off.
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#8
james888
by: LAN_deRf_HA
You don't cut the led's out of vegas fans, you turn them off.
That is a nice feature. Still though, the bigger question is specs.
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#9
Chevalr1c
If you cut or turn LEDs of, then why bother buying LED-equipped fans anyway?
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james888
by: Chevalr1c
If you cut or turn LEDs of, then why bother buying LED-equipped fans anyway?
When I went looking for a 200mm fan, the CM megaflows were the only ones on newegg. I bought a bunch a stuff and did not want to buy from another vendor. So in other words, I did not really have a choice. Every other fan I have bought does not have led's.
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#11
Chevalr1c
Mmmkay...

Although the question was general, not really aiming at you in person.
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#12
james888
by: Chevalr1c
Mmmkay...

Although the question was general, not rally aiming at you in person.
I could of giving you a general answer. "The person might not of had a choice." But I felt the personal answer was better.
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#14
james888
2.24 static pressure at full speed. Good fan for one of those 180mm rads.
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