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XF 120: a first fan with the Asus ROG logo!

XF 120: a first fan with the Asus ROG logo!

This morning, we have some news from Asus which announces a new product. On the agenda, the brand launches into fans with the ROG Strix XF 120. We have a 120mm model without RGB diode. In short, something sober!

XF 120 : a first fan without diodes for Asus ROG !

Asus ROG Strix XF 120 With its fan, Asus offers us a reference in 120 mm by 25 mm thick, the standard format we will say. Moreover, this fan is distinguished by a worked frame and by the absence of any light. We won’t lie to ourselves, every now and then it’s good to have sober products.

In short, with this model, Asus has created something that can be used both on a case and on a radiator. Indeed, this model has a maximum speed around 1800 RPM ±10%. At full speed, the airflow will rise to 62.5 CFM and the static pressure to 3.07 mmH2O.

Asus ROG Strix XF 120

The accessories provided with the fan

Next to that, we have a mill with a magnetic levitation bearing, a technology similar to the ML of Corsair

for example. Similarly, on the frame we have anti-vibration devices while the blades are made of fiberglass reinforced with a central hub of reduced size. Finally, we note the presence of a 50 cm sheathed PWM cable to reach the smallest corner of your installation.

The only thing left to know is the price. The availability should be very close since it is scheduled for April!

This way to the Asus datasheet!

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