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Montech Releases New Z3 ARGB 3 Pack System Fan

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Montech, a new enthusiast PC Case, Power and Cooling solutions brand based in Taiwan introduces their new high performance Z3 ARGB 3-in-1 120 mm system fan pack. The Z3 ARGB comes with 3 120 mm ARGB system fans, 1 Remote Control Fan Hub, and Remote controller. The Z3 ARGB lighting system is not only controllable through the Remote Control Fan Hub but is also compatible with Asus, Gigabyte, MSI and ASRock's ARGB ready mainboards. This makes the Z3 ARGB extremely flexible with all solutions on the market.

The Montech Z3's ARGB Dual Ring lighting system provides ARGB lighting in both the fan hub, and fan frame for dual lighting effects. The Z3 ARGB is a 3 in 1 ARGB system fan solution, each box contains 3 120 mm ARGB system fans, the Remote Control Fan Hub and Remote controller. The Z3 ARGB simultaneously supports ARGB (addressable RGB) control from the Remote Control Fan Hub, Mainboard ARGB software and PC case LED/Reset controls. Users can freely swap between 3 different control modes on the fly.



The Z3 ARGB uses 120 mm diameter blades, 1200rpm and additional high quality rubber corner pads to further reduce vibration and noise. Also, through the included Remote Control Fan Hub you can further adjust fans speeds to your liking.

The Montech Z3 ARGB 3 in 1 has just hit the shelves in the US at Newegg.com with an extremely competitive MSRP of US$25.99. Availability of the Z3 ARGB in other markets around the world will soon follow.



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Figures....lazy buttheads make a white fan, then muck it up with a black sticker, trim ring and cables...... f.A.i.L......

Well, although the specs aren't nuthin to get excited about, at least the price is reasonable....
 
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nice design, but need cost adjustment $25 not good deal still
 
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Ha, I saw these on Newegg a few days ago and got them for the hell of it. I believe they are manufactured by the same OEM who does the Anidees Tesseract Duo fans.
 
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Gah, sold out
 
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PCCooler fans are better imo. Bitwit did a review on it :

There's also hub lighting available beside the halo/ring on the video.
 
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PCCooler fans are better imo. Bitwit did a review on it :

There's also hub lighting available beside the halo/ring on the video.
Damn that's impressive for the cost. Thanks for the heads up, I'll look them up. Do they do a 140mm version too?
 
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