Sunday, May 1st 2022

Akasa Unveils Vegas A-series Compound Fans

Akasa, a leading provider of active cooling and lighting solutions, has announced a new series of fans under the popular VEGAS line of products. These new white fans come complete with aRGB functionality, further highlighting the brilliant white frames. Available in one, two, or three fan configurations, the possibilities are endless with this Vegas A-Series of case fans!

This series comes with a convenient integrated design that reduces the number of cables, making cable management a breeze and allowing a higher airflow within the case. The A-series is easy to install with only two cables necessary for full functionality: one for absolute control over fan speed (4-pin PWM), and one for over 16 million aRGB lighting combinations (3-pin addressable RGB). These fans are also compatible with all major RGB control software, such as Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, ASUS AURA, ASRock Polychrome, and Razer Chroma RGB.
The sickle-flow blade design has been thoroughly tested at Akasa, producing optimised airflow through the fan which helps to cool your system down. A quiet operation is made possible with the anti-vibration rubber mounts and sturdy fan frame; coupled with PWM control means fan noise can be kept at a minimum until higher PC temperatures are reached.

With a single exhaust fan under or at the back of the PC, the double or triple fans can be positioned at the front or above to create positive air pressure inside the PC, reducing the amount of settled dust on your precious components. These fans are ideal for radiator coolers, they are seamlessly designed to fit without any alignment issues which boosts the aesthetics of the build. The full frame can generate a higher airflow by reducing air escaping through smaller gaps. Akasa's Vegas A-Series will go the distance; reduce the cabling, streamline your build, and improve your PC's thermal performance.

Pricing and Availability
  • The Vegas A12 (AK-FN111) starts at £18.50/€19.50, the Vegas A24 (AK-FN112) starts at £28.00/€29.50 and the Vegas A36 (AK-FN113) starts at £43.50/€45.50 (prices may vary by reseller).
  • The Vegas A series fans are available to order throughout the UK, Europe and the US.
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6 Comments on Akasa Unveils Vegas A-series Compound Fans

#1
TheDeeGee
So when one breaks you throw away the two perfectly fine others...

Very good e-waste design.
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DeathtoGnomes
TheDeeGeeSo when one breaks you throw away the two perfectly fine others...

Very good e-waste design.
True, but you get 25% more cooling with RGB fans. :rolleyes:
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#3
Mussels
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Just sell a damn frame their existing fans fit into...
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#4
DeathtoGnomes
MusselsJust sell a damn frame their existing fans fit into...
That would be too simple.
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#5
trsttte
TheDeeGeeSo when one breaks you throw away the two perfectly fine others...

Very good e-waste design.
The Uni Fans from Lian-Li avoid that problem with a much more elegant and flexible design, this is just trash (the 2x and 3x fan version don't even follow the normal standard being 5mm longer and wider :confused: )
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JPN
TheDeeGeeSo when one breaks you throw away the two perfectly fine others...

Very good e-waste design.
Not to much of an extreme difference to a Warranty Claim at Corsair where when 1 fan of a 3 pack fails you need to return the 2 working fans aswell.

This idea can work if the pricing is well sided to make you go for this over 3 individuals from another brand or a good warranty replacement in the event it does fail.
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