Friday, May 7th 2021

GELID Announces Stella Frost RGB 120 Fan

Tech innovator GELID Solutions unveils the latest 120 mm case fan featuring the Icy Frame Assembly and sophisticated Addressable RGB (ARGB) LED lighting. The STELLA FROST is a product of GELID Solutions GAMER product line. The STELLA FROST introduces a perfect mixture of vibrant design and top-notch cooling technologies. 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 amplified by the highly reflective Icy Assembly and tidy all-white frame.

The fan also boasts Double Ball Bearing which adds to improve mechanics and ensures ultra-durable functioning. The new impeller brings an optimized blade profile to deliver enhanced cooling. And the carefully designed PWM IC, a core part of the STELLA FROST, eliminates any clicking noise. Additionally, the intelligent GELID PWM (Pulse Width Module) drives the fan in the extended speed range from 500 RPM to 1600 RPM, it constantly keeps the fan silent but accelerates speed whenever higher airflow is needed. The STELLA FROST also bears dual ARGB cabling with a male-plug adapter integrated to facilitate connection of multiple fans in your system.
The fan is RoHS and WEEE conform and carries a 3 year warranty.

"STELLA FROST is crafted for gamers, modders and RGB enthusiasts. Supercharged with frosty design, spectacular RGB lighting and robust mechanics, it helps fine-tune your gaming rig and make it cool and shiny", said Gebhard Scherrer, Sales Director of GELID Solutions Ltd.

The STELLA FROST is available now and has a MSRP of USD 10.99 or Euro 9.99.

For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on GELID Announces Stella Frost RGB 120 Fan

#1
thegnome
I wonder why the fanblades aren't lit up, you'd expect them to make them light up for marketing reasons. Also looks a lot like CM MF120 Prismatics.
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bonehead123
btarunrAnd the carefully designed PWM IC, a core part of the STELLA FROST, eliminates any clicking noise.
So now fans require an IC in order to eliminate clicking ???? Hummm....I always thought that was the job of well designed, high-quality bearings & blades.....apparently I've missed something recently.... :(
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DeathtoGnomes
no specific noise level(35 max?) or cfm measurements(70 max?) makes me guess these things were not thoroughly tested. Even so 35 max seems a bit high for 120mm, but I so used to working with 140mm that could be normal.
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Solid State Soul ( SSS )
bonehead123So now fans require an IC in order to eliminate clicking ???? Hummm....I always thought that was the job of well designed, high-quality bearings & blades.....apparently I've missed something recently.... :(
Its been like that for a long time, its mostly PWM fans will make clicking noises when they run on DC mode, but switching them back to PWM eliminates the issue
btarunrThe fan also boasts Double Ball Bearing which...
Which will make it LOUD AF
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bonehead123
Solid State Soul ( SSS )Its been like that for a long time, its mostly PWM fans will make clicking noises when they run on DC mode, but switching them back to PWM eliminates the issue
yep I forgot about that, but I never run my fans in DC mode, so that's probably why... thanks for the reminder :)
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