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Bitspower Griffin 120 Fan - Digital RGB
The Bitspower Griffin 120 Fan has been uniquely designed to provide the best in cooling efficiency. With a top speed of 1800RPM, which is adjustable via the supported PWM, this 120x120x25mm fan is well suited to be paired with our radiators for efficient cooling.
The Griffin 120 Fan is designed with 9 blades, allowing for an increased degree of blade curvature and resulting in higher air pressure and greater airflow. The fan blades also fit snugly within the outer frame, bringing the design together to reduce turbulence, enhance air pressure and obtain better heat dissipation performance.
With blades and a frame made of liquid crystal polymer (LCP), which increases strength and rigidity and reduces deformation, the Bitspower Griffin 120 Fan is an ideal choice for reducing fan resonance. Also featuring high-quality FDB hydrodynamic bearings, the core of which is made primarily of metal, this fan brings you higher heat resistance, greater stability, quieter performance and a longer lifespan.
RGB enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the Bitspower Griffin 120 Fan features digital RGB LEDs around the center shaft, providing stunning lighting effects. In addition to being able to "daisy chain" the RGB interface of your fans, Bitspower have also had the product certified by ASUS AURA Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome, Biostar VIVID LED DJ and Razer Chroma, to ensure fully synchronized lighting of your system.
1 pcs of BPA-GF1218-DRGB
Dimension(LxWxH) : 120x120x25 MM
|Rated Voltage||FAN:12 V / LED:5V|
|Operation Voltage||5 V~13.2 V|
|Staring Voltage||5V(ON / OFF)|
|Fan Speed||1800±10% RPM(Max.)|
|Airflow||78.15 CFM / 132.78 CMH(m3/h)(Max.)|
|Air Pressure||2.6mm H2O(Max.)|
|Noise Level||29.5 dBA (Max.)|
|Life Time||50000 Hours|
|Number of Blades||9|
If there aren’t enough DRGB headers on the motherboard, you can use the "Bitspower Touchaqua Digital RGB Multi Function Controller", which is available for purchase via the link below:
I wanna show off, but what's the support I'd need?
The end of power supply is 3PIN. The sequence is +/D/↓ (some motherboards are shown +5V/D/↓, and the plug is like 4PIN but the 3rd PIN is empty). Please plug in the corresponding direction of motherboard, controller or the wire integrator for one to many. If choosing the motherboard as the power supply, the light effect can be synchronize with MB.