Thursday, August 8th 2019

X2 Announces the ABKONCORE Spider Spectrum Fan Kit

The ABKONCORE Spider Spectrum Fans 3 in 1 remote kit are a perfect addition to any PC setup because the flashy LEDs illuminate and therefore showoff the beaming powerful engine that is the chassis. Not only do the fans improve the chassis aesthetically, but improves its functionality as well. The whirring blades of the fans provide cool air inside the PC allowing other vital components of the PC to be functioning at the required optimum temperature possible, positively affecting the performance of the PC as a whole.

Having full control of your Spider Spectrum Fans with the inclusive remote controller makes personalizing the LED color/speed and fan speed of your choice so much more entertaining. Certified compatible with ASUS Aura, ASRock RGB, GIGABYTE and MSI RGB. What you don't have to worry about personalizing with the fan remote controller is the amount of noise that the Spider Spectrum Fans generates, the anti-vibration pads that are on each of the 8 corners of the fan successfully cancels out any noise caused by vibration possible creating a silent operating environment. The ABKONCORE Spider Spectrum fan kit will be available with an MSRP of €27,95 / $33,95 (including VAT).
SHORT SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Rated Voltage: DC12V
  • Rated Current: 160mA± 20% (Fan) 450mA ±20%(LED)
  • Start-up Voltage: DC5V (on/off)
  • Bearing Type: Hydro bearing
  • Fan Speed: 1300±15%RPM
  • Air Flow: 34.34CFM
  • Air Pressure: 1.51mm -H20
  • Noise Level: 25db (A)
  • Connector: 6pin
  • Cable Length: 650 mm
  • Fan Weight: 135g
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11 Comments on X2 Announces the ABKONCORE Spider Spectrum Fan Kit

#1
Firedrops
120mm form factor, 100mm performance. would really like to see how hilariously bad their cfm/static pressure vs noise charts are.
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#2
Vario
I am not an engineer, but I believe the frame in a conventional fan provides a way to focus air pressure onto a target and seal a fan onto the mounting surface. Lacking a complete frame would reduce the pressure. In addition to having a complete frame, having a minimal gap between the blade tip and the frame would be even more ideal.
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#3
TheLostSwede
Is this one of those "just for fun" products, that serves no real purpose?
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#4
deu
Guys; its pretty obvious that this fan focuses on appearance (some would say aesthetics but in this case I would not go so far :D), rather than performance. Thumbs up for trying something unconventional rather than doing the same old dull thing. Innovation have many faces!
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#5
bonehead123
I've never seen a fan that doesn't have a complete frame all the way around, nor one with a 6-pin connector (whazzupwitdat anyways ?) and after today, I never wanna see anutha one !

This looks like just anutha way to cut costs & improve margins while trying to look cool and trendy..... too bad it will go down in flames as the worst-designed fan eva :cry: :eek: :fear:
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#6
TechLurker
Vario, post: 4094601, member: 18224"
I am not an engineer, but I believe the frame in a conventional fan provides a way to focus air pressure onto a target and seal a fan onto the mounting surface. Lacking a complete frame would reduce the pressure. In addition to having a complete frame, having a minimal gap between the blade tip and the frame would be even more ideal.
A good fan blade design can offset the lack of a proper frame, though it still wouldn't be perfect. However, DeepCool's "Frameless" fans ended up doing quite well as radiator/static pressure fans as well as regular case fans, even when others said they would just be gimmicks more for looks rather than usability. Sure, they won't be a proper Noctua or EK Vardar (or a Gentle Typhoon), but they worked well enough for those pursuing a specific look.
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#7
CheapMeat
I want it just for the sake of it. Looks interesting.
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#8
Mussels
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I'm unsure if i'm more disappointed by the terrible fan design, or boneheads spelling
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#9
bonehead123
Mussels, post: 4094995, member: 1746"
I'm unsure if i'm more disappointed by the terrible fan design, or boneheads spelling
My apologies if this bothers you, but my off-handed spelling & language is meant to express my sarcasm, disapproval, disappointment, and/or outright disgust. Well, there's that, plus I try my best to NOT sound like a guy with an advanced engineering degree, simply because most people in my field tend to talk in gobbly-gook techno-babble that most people don't understand or wanna hear for more than 1.5736 seconds....
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#10
Mussels
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bonehead123, post: 4095168, member: 139670"
My apologies if this bothers you, but my off-handed spelling & language is meant to express my sarcasm, disapproval, disappointment, and/or outright disgust. Well, there's that, plus I try my best to NOT sound like a guy with an advanced engineering degree, simply because most people in my field tend to talk in gobbly-gook techno-babble that most people don't understand or wanna hear for more than 1.5736 seconds....
i got the humour, still those fans really are depressing
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#11
Vayra86
deu, post: 4094773, member: 164351"
Guys; its pretty obvious that this fan focuses on appearance (some would say aesthetics but in this case I would not go so far :D), rather than performance. Thumbs up for trying something unconventional rather than doing the same old dull thing. Innovation have many faces!
Many faces indeed, the vast majority of them recently a bit like butt ugly babies - can't do anything right, still clearly in a learning process to combine form & function.

In other words, avoid and these deserve all the crap they get. This is just riding on the gamur hype wave, and won't last.
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