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BitFenix Introduces Recon White and Spectre Pro All White LED

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With the influx of white PC chassis reaching the market, users have been asking for white-themed versions of BitFenix accessories. Today, BitFenix is pleased to announce the Recon White fan controller and Spectre Pro All White LED fan series – two perfect additions to any white-themed system.

Sporting an Arctic White SofTouch bezel and a bright white LED touchscreen, Recon White looks fantastic in virtually any white case. The world's first Internet-connected fan controller, Recon White enables users to connect to it using smartphones, tablets or laptops via the Internet. Five fan channels offer plenty of connectivity for every case fan in your system, and the easy-to-use touchscreen interface displays current system temperatures and fan speeds, while giving easy access to the Recon's advanced functionality. Now available in white, Recon White keeps your system cool in more ways than one.



Delivering high performance with a fresh design aesthetic, the BitFenix Spectre Pro LED fan series is the gold standard for case fans. The first of its kind, Spectre Pro All White LED combines an all-white look with colored LEDs. Ideal for white-themed systems, Spectre Pro All White LED enables system builders to maintain their system's sleek white styling when off, and adding a splash of color when on for a completely unique look.



Of course, Spectre Pro All White LED still delivers the same award-winning performance and features of the regular Spectre Pro series. High air volume and pressure make these fans ideal for water cooling radiators, while a unique dual frame construction helps reduce vibration during operation. Reinforced fan blades prevent warping during high rotational speeds, and fluid dynamic bearing technology ensures quiet operation and long life.

Pricing and Availability
BitFenix Recon White carries an MSRP of 34.90€ in the EU, $39 in North America. Both Recon White and Spectre Pro All White LED will be available beginning mid-October.

 
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Not bad for 40$...No bad at all. In Europe will mostly be like 50 EU....But white......hmmmmmmm
 
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We should always have minimum starting Voltages with press releases like this one, it's such an important info, me thinks:(
 
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40$ for a fan and a controller. idonno...
I guess that will look good on Fractal Design systems
 

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It doesnt make sense why the 200mm fan is so much louder then the 230mm one. both of the run at 900rpm. shouldnt fans be more silent the bigger they are?? for instance moving up through the fan sizes from 40mm-140mm
 

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We should always have minimum starting Voltages with press releases like this one, it's such an important info, me thinks:(
http://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/accessories/spectre-pro#specs

It's on our product page :) 5V

It doesnt make sense why the 200mm fan is so much louder then the 230mm one. both of the run at 900rpm. shouldnt fans be more silent the bigger they are?? for instance moving up through the fan sizes from 40mm-140mm
It's not much louder. 2 decibels. They're the same blade size, one is 230mm x 200mm x 30mm, one is 200mm x 200mm x 25mm. The wider blade has its benefits (better airflow and silence)
 
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I am all over that Recon white fan controller!
 
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Sigh, now I need to buy all new fans again. :cry:
 
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Nice controller! Don't understand why you want to hook up to the Web with it but hey :)

Fans in white are great, all my Bitfenix fans are very quiet and move a decent amount of air. Good fans for the $$$ IMHO

[H]ardstuff you that hard up for posts you doubling 'em up now? Lol :shadedshu
 
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Nice controller! Don't understand why you want to hook up to the Web with it but hey :)

Fans in white are great, all my Bitfenix fans are very quiet and move a decent amount of air. Good fans for the $$$ IMHO

[H]ardstuff you that hard up for posts you doubling 'em up now? Lol :shadedshu
No it's 3:30 am and can't sleep despite being on Oxy.

 
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Go troll somewhere else. This is the news section of TPU...

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Go troll somewhere else. This is the news section of TPU...

:)
I fail to see how I'm trolling . . .


I do see however, see that I am really excited for these new products, and would love to add them to my build!:)
 
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bah! i just bought a black prodigy, should have went with the white! in for a few fans
 
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Sweet. And did not know we had a BF rep here.
 
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Those fans look so cool!
 
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Nice all around....except for the internet connectivity..... Not long before some nut with waaaay too much time on their hands start shuting down cooling systems.
 
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Sweet. And did not know we had a BF rep here.
Heh, I had ended up emailing a sales rep there the other week for info on Prodigy restocking. He did get back to me right away!
 
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Whoaw! These are some ugly fans.
Looks like they have some kind of rash or so...
 
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I look forward to being able to buy the 230mm white Spectre pro LED, handy timing as well as my current 230mm Spectre now dislikes being turned off so i was already considering options for a new large fan.