Monday, July 20th 2020

In Win Debuts Saturn ASN120 Case Fans with Thin, Translucent, Illuminated Frames

In Win today debuted its Saturn line of case fans with the Saturn ASN120, a 25 mm-thick 120 mm case fan that's characterized by a thin, translucent, and illuminated fan-frame. While the frame has no LEDs of its own, refractive grooves along its bore diffuse light from the bright eight ARGB LEDs located in the fan hub. The Saturn ASN120 comes in single-unit and 3-piece packs that. The 3-piece pack includes an ARGB controller module.

As for vital stats, the In Win Saturn ASN120 takes in 4-pin PWM for its main function and 3-pin ARGB for the illumination; spinning between 500 to 1,800 RPM, with a max airflow of 77.17 CFM and 3.12 mm H₂O maximum static pressure. Its maximum noise output rated by its maker is 35 dBA. The fan frame features rubberized mounts that dampen vibration. In Win is planning to launch the larger sibling of this fan, the 140 mm Saturn ASN140, later this year. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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6 Comments on In Win Debuts Saturn ASN120 Case Fans with Thin, Translucent, Illuminated Frames

#2
bonehead123
Haile Selassie
One word - disgusting!
Please elaborate... just curious exactly what made you say this :)

I'm normally not real impressed by In-Winner's products, but these look nice, hopefully they will be decent quality & priced competitively...
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#3
Sithaer
These would look pretty nice as the bottom fans in my In Win 101C case,not that I'm planning to buy them but still. 'knowing their Aurora/Polaris fan prices this won't be cheap either'
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#4
Firedrops
Finally, someone makes a "ring" RGB fan without a 1cm frame that cripples performance.

That uninspired blade profile does not imply class-leading noise-normalized performance, but curious nonetheless.
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#5
MDWiley
Firedrops
Finally, someone makes a "ring" RGB fan without a 1cm frame that cripples performance.
This 1000x. It’s why I avoid fans with an RGB ring *cough Corsair cough*. Hopefully other fan makers follow suit.

These look pretty neat. Not sure if they’re made as case fans, radiator fans or both. The specs imply both, but it’s hard to tell with the blade design.
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#6
Haile Selassie
bonehead123
Please elaborate... just curious exactly what made you say this :)

I'm normally not real impressed by In-Winner's products, but these look nice, hopefully they will be decent quality & priced competitively...
Looks like an ashtray made from crystal, sorry. 100% catered to asian market taste.
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