Tuesday, August 25th 2020

GELID Announces Stella Dual-Ring ARGB Fans

Tech innovator GELID Solutions unveils the latest 120 mm case fan supercharged with sophisticated Dual Ring Addressable RGB (ARGB) LED lighting and enhanced cooling techniques. The STELLA is a product of GELID Solutions GAMER product line. The STELLA introduces a perfect mixture of top-notch technologies and vivid design. It comes with 8 hub-mounted ARGB LEDs and 16 frame-mounted independent ARGB LEDs to illuminate stylish Dual Ring Lighting and create spectacular RGB effects. The fan also boasts Double Ball Bearing which adds to improve mechanics and ensures ultra-durable functioning, and features the new high-airflow optimized impeller to deliver enhanced cooling. The carefully designed PWM IC, a core part of STELLA, eliminates any clicking noise. Additionally, the intelligent GELID PWM (Pulse Width Module) drives the fan in extended speed range from 500 RPM to 1600 RPM, it constantly keeps the fan silent but accelerates speed whenever higher airflow is needed.
The fan is RoHS and WEEE conform and carries a 3 year warranty.

"STELLA is crafted for gamers, modders and RGB enthusiasts. Vibrant design, robust build and low-noise operation all make it a perfect gear to lit up your system with stellar RGB lights", said Gebhard Scherrer, Sales Director of GELID Solutions Ltd.

The STELLA is available now and has a MSRP of USD 9.99 or Euro 8.99.

For more information, visit the product page.
Add your own comment

11 Comments on GELID Announces Stella Dual-Ring ARGB Fans

#1
bonehead123
btarunr
The STELLA introduces a perfect mixture of top-notch technologies and vivid design.
uMMM, Whahdisis ?????

If it looks like a fan, sounds like a fan, lights up like a (RGB) fan, guess what, it probably IS (yet anutha) a fan, hehehe :roll:
Posted on Reply
#2
yotano211
bonehead123
uMMM, Whahdisis ?????

If it looks like a fan, sounds like a fan, lights up like a (RGB) fan, guess what, it probably IS (yet anutha) a GAMER fan, hehehe :roll:
*fixed
Posted on Reply
#3
AnarchoPrimitiv
Price is right, especially when I need nine fans for my Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic, but unfortunately after seeing the new Lian Li Uni fans in white, I want those really badly, even if it will cost $225 to fill my case
Posted on Reply
#4
bonehead123
AnarchoPrimitiv
Price is right, especially when I need nine fans for my Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic, but unfortunately after seeing the new Lian Li Uni fans in white, I want those really badly, even if it will cost $225 to fill my case
Well, I like those LL fans too (I assume you're talking about the REAL white ones announced last week ?), but as I have 14 in my current rig, they are sooooo not happenin anytime soon :)
Posted on Reply
#5
willgart
"it constantly keeps the fan silent "
35dba...
not silent at all.
Posted on Reply
#6
yotano211
Fans 10 years ago would cost $4-5, now they cost over 10-15 each.
Call it a gamer fan and it adds 50% to the cost of anything. It evens applies to laptops, call it a gamer laptop and it costs $2500+.
Posted on Reply
#7
kiriakost
GELID this has earned my trust as reliable DC fan manufacturer.
www.ittsb.eu/forum/index.php?topic=1615.0

Not all of their products they will gain popularity, but this is another story.

STELLA is crafted for gamers .... speaking of pricing this does not taste as salty.
Especially when their products comes with 5 years warranty.
Posted on Reply
#8
crazyeyesreaper
Not a Moderator
kiriakost
GELID this has earned my trust as reliable DC fan manufacturer.
www.ittsb.eu/forum/index.php?topic=1615.0

Not all of their products they will gain popularity, but this is another story.

STELLA is crafted for gamers .... speaking of pricing this does not taste as salty.
Especially when their products comes with 5 years warranty.
Three year not 5 years at least on these STELLA fans, and its just another generic ARGB fan. Most of these dual ring style fans look pretty but due to frame thickness and therefore shorter blades results in far less performance.
Posted on Reply
#9
Vayra86
kiriakost
GELID this has earned my trust as reliable DC fan manufacturer.
www.ittsb.eu/forum/index.php?topic=1615.0

Not all of their products they will gain popularity, but this is another story.

STELLA is crafted for gamers .... speaking of pricing this does not taste as salty.
Especially when their products comes with 5 years warranty.
Still got a few low-RPM Gelids in my Fractal Define R4... still spinning like on day one. Not a weird noise anywhere, just perfect. And they move air!

And they are very competitive on price. I'd say for anything that doesn't have to be epeen-worthy top notch stuff, get Gelid. Their thermal paste is of a similar nature, too. They've struck a great balance tbh.
crazyeyesreaper
Three year not 5 years at least on these STELLA fans, and its just another generic ARGB fan. Most of these dual ring style fans look pretty but due to frame thickness and therefore shorter blades results in far less performance.
Still waiting for a 200mm version and ditto case... that would be the only instance for which I'd consider an RGB ring. That'd be quite the eye catcher and the impact on cooling is likely a lot less pronounced.
yotano211
Fans 10 years ago would cost $4-5, now they cost over 10-15 each.
Call it a gamer fan and it adds 50% to the cost of anything. It evens applies to laptops, call it a gamer laptop and it costs $2500+.
Yeah and falls apart in 3 years. Not me... ever.
Posted on Reply
#10
kiriakost
Vayra86
Not a weird noise anywhere, just perfect. And they move air!
I did install today my GELID 14 PWM.
From max rpm named at 1200 this one deliver 1279 rpm.
Instead of 700 rpm lowest I get 740 rpm, you may say that this fan it is a generous one :D
There is no motor noise, I am super happy with it, and I did add today and a pile of pictures of my case.
Its like a timeline 2003 up to 2020.

I talked with GELID at Facebook, they loved my Blog post.
crazyeyesreaper
Three year not 5 years at least on these STELLA fans, and its just another generic ARGB fan. Most of these dual ring style fans look pretty but due to frame thickness and therefore shorter blades results in far less performance.
This information it is at the side of the box that now one took pictures.
But I will assume that at ARGB Fans, the warranty has to do mostly with the longevity of the LED lights than the DC motor.
Posted on Reply
#11
Warsaw
I looked at the product page I don't see any info on where to buy.

I'm curious though if I wanted to grab 9 for my system would it be any decent airflow and would I be able to sync all 9 to my Gigabyte MB software? Would the splitters work fine to transfer the data or would I need a hub or sorts?
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment