Thursday, May 18th 2017

Reeven Introduces the Kiran RGB LED Fan Series

Reeven, which has done some of the best price/performance air coolers in the market, has done the unthinkable: they've abandoned their yellow fan-blade design in favor of a RGB solution. Their Kiran RGB series ups their offerings in this field to five different products. Reeven is apparently (and smartly) covering all its bases with a product for every consumer, so let's hope this is just that and not a departure from their bold aesthetics choice.

The Kiran RGB LED fans sport eleven blades, in a design reminiscing of their Coldwing series. The Kiran RGB LED fits standard 120mm fan mounts, with its rounded frame and impeller blades made in a translucent white so as to diffuse the RGB LED lighting across the surface. The RGB LED Kiran fans will most likely be available with PWM and non-PWM options, and Reeven has stated that the price for each fan is set at $16.99 USD, which should place it as a sleeve-bearing fan. Expect more details to be revealed at Computex 2017, Reeven will have a presence to showcase its latest products.

Source: ETeknix
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4 Comments on Reeven Introduces the Kiran RGB LED Fan Series

#2
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
FreedomEclipse said:
If only it was FDB
Fluid Dynamic Bearing? Those are just sleeve bearing with special oil.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
MxPhenom 216 said:
Fluid Dynamic Bearing? Those are just sleeve bearing with special oil.
yup.

FDB's tend to last longer, run quieter and dont care how you orientate the fans where as some fans will die quicker if you mount them vertically
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diatribe
Sleeve-bearing fans get a bad name but they can be very quiet and their life-span is still plenty long enough for most home users.
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