Monday, July 20th 2009

Enermax Rolls Out Apollish Series Coloured Fans

Power and casing specialist Enermax released its Apollish series of coloured case fans. Available in standard 120 mm (model: UCAP12), and 80 mm (model: UCAP8) sizes, the fans have two attractive features apart from one which enhances its functionality. To begin with, the fans come in four colours: red, blue, silver, and green. Apart from being translucent, the fans have a chrome sputtering coating that gives a metallic sheen. Illumination is care of a patented circular LED design that gives it brilliant, radial streaks of light. In terms of functionality, the fans feature the company's twister-bearing design that extends product life. These fans are rated to serve for 100,000 hours. UCAP8 spins at speeds between 600~2100 rpm, pushing 12.48~33.04 CFM of air, while the UCAP12 spins at speeds between 700~1700 rpm to push 28.98~71.76 CFM. Both fans have a rated minimum acoustic footprint of 15 dBA. The UCAP8 and UCAP12 Apollish fans have recommended price tags of $13 and $19.5 respectively (before applicable taxes).

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24 Comments on Enermax Rolls Out Apollish Series Coloured Fans

#1
1nvisible
What no 140mm, 140 is the new 120.
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#2
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
agreed 1nvisible. I'd like to see more offerings in the higher sized fan segment. 140mm to 300mm.
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#3
Meecrob
what about 400mm fans?
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#4
tastegw
by: Meecrob
what about 400mm fans?
if your shopping 400mm fans, you should be looking for watercooling :D
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#5
MRCL
Mmmh a bit too shiny. Without the LEDs I would be all over it.
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#6
inferKNOX
I'd like to get the 120mm blue one of these with a heatsink like the Thermalright TRUE Black 120.
Thermalright is apparently working on new heatsinks that will work with AM3 sockets and don't obstruct the RAM.:rockout:
That + This = Terrific (if these turn out to be good of course)
Imagine:
+

Lol, not to mention that I got the NZXT Apollo, ha ha.
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#7
Meecrob
if you can get it mounted the 140mm i7 on am2/am3 without having it block normal ram slots, it kicks ass, but its not cheap like alot of the popular coolers.
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#8
Mega-Japan
Am I the only one who can see the Deceptikon logo in those colorful fans? >.>
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#9
inferKNOX
by: Mega-Japan
Am I the only one who can see the Deceptikon logo in those colorful fans? >.>
LOL, do you think it's funding the enemy?
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#10
sapetto
I think its the Enermax logo and found that
By the way, Enermax Apollish uses a special bearing called Twister that, according to the manufacturer, combines the long lifespan of two ball bearings with low noise level of the sleeve bearings:

For example, at 1000 RPM this bearing creates no more than 11 dBA of noise and its declared MTBF is 100,000 hours! Very impressive specifications, I have to say.
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Need more orange, tired of the same colors...
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#13
BazookaJoe
Whilst Fan-Bling is SOO 2005 right now, I must admit its a kinda innovative idea to use chromed blades to reflect the light like that.

I cant stand glowing fans because my PC runs 24/7 and the fans light up my room & keep me awake, but for all those 16yr old first time case blingers, just breaking out of facebook and twatter, and finally growing up & learning to build their own PC's, this is the shiz.

The kinda thing you may want to show off at a LAN party, perhaps on a LAN-party montherboard...

In some kind of LAN case full of blinged glowing fans & such...

Hey BLIZZARD... did you know that ppl PLAY LAN GAMES??? YOU SHOULD CONSIDER ADDING SUPPORT FOR THIS NEW GAMING PHENOMENON IN YOUR FUTURE TITLES....
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#14
Mega-Japan
by: BazookaJoe
Whilst Fan-Bling is SOO 2005 right now, I must admit its a kinda innovative idea to use chromed blades to reflect the light like that.

I cant stand glowing fans because my PC runs 24/7 and the fans light up my room & keep me awake, but for all those 16yr old first time case blingers, just breaking out of facebook and twatter, and finally growing up & learning to build their own PC's, this is the shiz.

The kinda thing you may want to show off at a LAN party, perhaps on a LAN-party montherboard...

In some kind of LAN case full of blinged glowing fans & such...

Hey BLIZZARD... did you know that ppl PLAY LAN GAMES??? YOU SHOULD CONSIDER ADDING SUPPORT FOR THIS NEW GAMING PHENOMENON IN YOUR FUTURE TITLES....
That post was funny... somehow.
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#15
Mussels
Moderprator
his post was so full of nerd rage, it warmed my room by two degrees.
Then again, everyone hates blizzard right now over starcraft II...


Anyway, chromed edges is snazzy. Still not as cool looking as the xigmatek achilles fan - cmon, white leds on a transparent (colored) fan? classy.
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#16
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Um, how many plades does the 120mm have? All the pictures look like they are running. :confused:


I want to see 160mm fans and cases with a 160mm fan at the rear. That way there is more than enough room to fit the largest CPU coolers.
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#17
inferKNOX
by: Mussels
his post was so full of nerd rage, it warmed my room by two degrees.
Then again, everyone hates blizzard right now over starcraft II...


Anyway, chromed edges is snazzy. Still not as cool looking as the xigmatek achilles fan - cmon, white leds on a transparent (colored) fan? classy.
+1 hating Blizzard:shadedshu

by: FordGT90Concept
Um, how many plades does the 120mm have? All the pictures look like they are running. :confused:


I want to see 160mm fans and cases with a 160mm fan at the rear. That way there is more than enough room to fit the largest CPU coolers.
typical 7 blades
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#18
t77snapshot
by: Duxx
Need more orange, tired of the same colors...
Yes thank you! It's hard to find orange led fans or even orange cathodes anywhere:shadedshu...and I'm not talking about those uv led orange ones, I'm talking about TRUE Orange led's. I had to solder my own orange leds in a case fan to get what I wanted.

Sorry to ramble off topic, I too get tired of seeing the old blue, green, and red themes. But any way these fan look very psychedelic:p
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#19
Meecrob
by: BazookaJoe
Whilst Fan-Bling is SOO 2005 right now, I must admit its a kinda innovative idea to use chromed blades to reflect the light like that.

I cant stand glowing fans because my PC runs 24/7 and the fans light up my room & keep me awake, but for all those 16yr old first time case blingers, just breaking out of facebook and twatter, and finally growing up & learning to build their own PC's, this is the shiz.

The kinda thing you may want to show off at a LAN party, perhaps on a LAN-party montherboard...

In some kind of LAN case full of blinged glowing fans & such...

Hey BLIZZARD... did you know that ppl PLAY LAN GAMES??? YOU SHOULD CONSIDER ADDING SUPPORT FOR THIS NEW GAMING PHENOMENON IN YOUR FUTURE TITLES....
naa, they should force people to install some kind of battlenet himachi clone, loginto it, then login to battle.net then make you login to each game sepratly, that way they wouldnt have to worry about piracy, or sales for that matter, because NOBODY is gonna wana deal with that shit........

give blizzard time, they will make you login to a custom blizzard app in order to use games you paid for, kinda like steam but even less user friendly ;)
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#21
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
by: inferKNOX
typical 7 blades
I was gonna say. It looks like it has a lot but if it had that many, it would strain to push 70+ CFM. I wish they had a picture with them powered off. :(
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#22
inferKNOX
by: FordGT90Concept
I was gonna say. It looks like it has a lot but if it had that many, it would strain to push 70+ CFM. I wish they had a picture with them powered off. :(
Here you are:

The homepage is here.
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