Product on Review: Lian Li Bora Digital
Manufacturer: Lian Li
Street Price: GBP £44.99 / USD $54.99 / AUS $89.00
Lian Li are a family-owned technology firm based in Taiwan, specialising in computer chassis and accessories. They pride themselves on producing high quality items for over 25 years and believe you should be able to feel the difference when handling a Lian Li product.
Today we look at Lian Li’s latest 120mm fans, featuring, you guessed it, RGB lighting; supported by ASUS Aura Sync, MSI’s Mystic Light Sync, ASRock’s Polychrome Sync and GIGABYTE’s RGB Fusion Ready synchronisation systems, they’re ready to be plugged into almost any system, but there’s also an in-line RGB controller included for those without RGB headers on their motherboard.
The Bora Digital is available in three colours, black, space grey or silver; we’ll be reviewing the black model today. While the plastic frame colour changes, the aluminium ring surrounding the fan blades stays put.
Utilising fluid dynamic bearings, Lian Li promise and unbeatable silent cooling solution via the PWM connection, where fan speeds can be adjusted between 900 and 1800 RPM.
Priced at £44.99/$54.99/$89.00, they land at a much lower pricepoint than most triple-packs of RGB-enabled 120mm fans. Let’s see if they’re cheap for a reason or if they just offer excellent value for money.