Asus TUF Gaming TF120 ARGB White Triple Pack 120mm with ARGB Controller
120mm Asus TUF Gaming TF120 ARGB Triple Fan Pack, 7 Blade, PWM, Addressable RGB, with ARGB Controller
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ASUS TUF Gaming TF120 ARGB White Triple Fan Kit /w Controller
LIGHTING THE WAYTUF Gaming TF120 ARGB system fans bring new layers of cool to your build. Each fan in this 3-pack features a high-luminance, double-layer LED array that pumps out deeply saturated colours against a backdrop of high airflow, low noise, and rugged durability, leaving the competition completely in the dark.
DELIBERATELY BALANCEDRotor. Bearings. Electronics. All optimised to pump out a class-leading 76 CFM, low noise, and balanced static pressure, making the TUF Gaming TF120 ARGB ideal for all chassis positions or radiators that feature low or medium-density fin arrays.
2.5mm H2O Static Pressure 76 CFMMax Airflow 29dB(A)Noise Level
Advanced Fluid Dynamic Bearing
FIDGET-FREE SPINNERThe TF120 rotor assembly spins on an advanced fluid dynamic bearing rated for up to 250,000 hours of trouble-free operation.
PWM Fan Control
Enlighten the LoadPWM control grants a 250 RPM to 1900 RPM control range, letting you configure a speed curve that smoothly ramps from near-silent operation during light loads, to greater airflow when the going gets tough.
Double-Layer LED Array
COLOURFUL DIVERSITYThe TF120 features an addressable double-layer LED array that emits light evenly through each fan blade, leaving conventional RGB fans looking washed out. The dual-layer LED structure also facilitates a range of unique lighting effects to make any gaming rig pop.
AURA SYNCAura Sync enables lighting to be customised and then coordinated with a huge range of compatible hardware.
Multi-Function ARGB Controller
Bring it All TogetherA bundled ARGB controller hub supports up to four fans, features four buttons to reset and control lighting effects, and fully supports Aura Sync for coordinated illumination throughout your system. Meanwhile, a pair of magnets on the back simplify installation and cable management.
Chassis front panel supportThe controller hub can also be tethered to a chassis reset button, conveniently putting hardware or software mode toggling within arm’s reach.
|Edition||TUF Gaming TF120 ARGB|
|Pack Type||Triple (3) Fan Pack with Hub|
|Includes||3 x 120mm Fan/s|
|Individual Fan Specifications|
|Fan Depth||25 mm|
|Fan Speed||1900 rpm|
|Fan Specialization||Static Pressure|
|Air Pressure||2.5 mm H²O|
|Sound Level (dBA)||29 dBA|
|Sound Level (Sone)|
|Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Manual Speed Controller||No|
|LED Colour||Addressable RGB|
|Fan Fixing||Screw Fixing|
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