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    Default NZXT Aer RGB LED Fans Review

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    We live in a new era. Some say it’s Trump’s America now, but I say that America belongs to RGB awesomeness! In fact, about the only component I can think of that doesn’t have RGB awesomeness built in is SSDs. Lighting schemes are getting better with more colors, easier integration for seamless coordination, and built into more components than ever before. NZXT has always managed to bring something great to the table and it seems like they’ve done it again with their new Aer RGB fans. These guys look great in pictures so following a quick look at the company, let’s dive right into what these bad boys (or girls if you prefer) can do.

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    Default Re: NZXT Aer RGB LED Fans Review

    Great Review Josh, pretty nice Fans, but man... its price... way to high, in my case (actually using 15 120mm fans), paying +500 buks will be real kick in the....

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    Default Re: NZXT Aer RGB LED Fans Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Great Review Josh, pretty nice Fans, but man... its price... way to high, in my case (actually using 15 120mm fans), paying +500 buks will be real kick in the....
    I'm using some Thermaltake Riing fans for another build I got and all I can say is, NZXT just does it right. But yeah, 15 of them? No way could I pull that off.
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    Default Re: NZXT Aer RGB LED Fans Review

    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    I'm using some Thermaltake Riing fans for another build I got and all I can say is, NZXT just does it right. But yeah, 15 of them? No way could I pull that off.
    Yeah, 15 or a bit more (2x 360mm rads push/pull + 240mm rad push/pull + 140mm back outtake + 2x 120mm bottom intake + 90mm NVME SSD cooler), all my 120/140mm rads are Swiftech Helix PWM and Cougar Vortex PWM, and 90mm Noctua Industrial fan. Total of 20 fans

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