ENERMAX Adds T.B.RGB AD. Fan with Addressable RGB Lighting

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅13.05.2019 17:35:50


ENERMAX upgrades the T.B. RGB chassis fan with addressable RGB lighting thus introducing the ENERMAX T.B.RGB AD. The T.B. RGB AD. chassis fan features a unique four-ring RGB lighting effect and the ENERMAX patented Twister Bearing Technology that offers a longer lifespan compared to traditional bearings. The Twister Bearing technology also allows the fan blade to be easily detached for easy cleaning. The ENERMAX T.B.RGB AD. is addressable RGB Sync ready and is certified to work with popular motherboard RGB lighting applications including ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome RGB Sync, and GIGABYTE RGB FUSION 2.0. The ENERMAX T.B.RGB AD. comes with PWM control from 500RPM to 1500RPM +10%.

Addressable RGB Lighting


An upgrade to the original T.B.RGB fan introduced in 2017, the ENERMAX T.B.RGB AD. chassis fan sports addressable RGB lighting with 16.8 million colours featuring a unique halo arc-shaped frame with a four-ring lighting effect. The fan also features the ENERMAX LED Lighting Technology that delivers consistent and uniform luminance on the halo ring. The fan also supports synchronization via the ARGB header which can be connected to compatible motherboards. Users can also synchronize the fan using the ENERMAX Integrated RGB Control Box which sports 10 pre-set effects along with brightness and speed control.

Patented Twister Bearing Technology


The ENERMAX T.B.RGB AD. chassis fan features the ENERMAX exclusive and patented Twister Bearing technology that delivers a more silent operation and longer lifespan. The Twister Bearing also allows the fan blade to be detachable for cleaning and maintenance.

Learn more about the ENERMAX T.B.RGB AD. cooling fan here.

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