Scan code: LN144272 Manufacturer code: GMX-INFINITY-FNW

GameMax Infinity 120mm ARGB White Dual-Ring Infinity Fan

120mm GameMax Infinity Dual-Ring Fan, White, 9 Blade, 16 ARGB LEDs, 1200rpm, 47CFM, Rifle Bearing, 3-Pin

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Scan code: LN144272 Manufacturer code: GMX-INFINITY-FNW
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Product Overview

GameMax Infinity ARGB Fan

Introducing a new look to PC fans, the GameMax Infinity ARGB fans are GameMaxs new generation cooling fans. Combine excellent airflow, low noise operation and 24 superb ARGB LEDs create a stunning vibrant display of colour.

Finished off with a stunning infinity mirror LED effect in the centre of the fan offers stunning aesthetics and adds a real dynamism to your gaming PC.

This stylish dual-ring fan is available in black or white and with a speed of 1200 RPM and airflow of 47.0 CFM the cooling performance is an impressive one. Daisy-chain multiple units via the ARGB fans male and female Aura connectors.

Pair with compatible Motherboard software such as ASUS AURA Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Gigabyte Fusion 2.0 and ASRock RGB LED and customise your LED lighting even further with a wide array of vivid effects and patterns.

With excellent attributes, the Infinity fan frame and fan blades are crafted using industrial grade PBT to ensure strength and stability and incorporating rifle bearing, extended fan life to 30,000 MTBF. Made for those seeking high quality airflow, quiet operation and vivid lighting the Infinity fan brings out the best in your PC gaming system.


Infinity Mirror ARGB Fan: Stand out with the GameMax Dual-Ring ARGB fan with a touch of infinity, the circular-shaped infinity mirror at the center of the fan is created to have multiple layers spaced 2mm apart. The multi-layer effect creates a mesmerising LED lighting display.
Dual-Ring ARGB Lighting: The GameMax Infinity is made with 24 individually controlled Addressable RGB LEDs spilt into two rings (16 + 8 - Outer + Inner) to ensure an exceptionally vibrant display of colour.
Detailed Design: The Infinity is the perfect all-round cooling fan for computer cases, radiators and CPUs. These nine-fan blade fans can provide 1.53mm-H2O air pressure and an airflow of 47.0 CFM while maintaining its noise level at 30 dBA for a quieter cooling performance.
Rifle Bearing: The fan is equipped with a rifle bearing motor reducing the noise and making it more efficient than standard sleeve.
Motherboard Software: The ARGB lighting effects can be synced through the Motherboard which supports ARGB function, 5V 3-Pin Addressable RGB header, including ASUS AURA, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte Fusion 2.0 & ASRock. Customise the look with endless possibilities with 16.7 million static modes and 12 pre-set lighting effects.
Anti-Vibration Pads: Four rubber pads provide the Infinity with extra protection and helps absorb fan vibration and helps to keep the overall noise down to a minimum.
Full Compatibility: The connectors included on the Infinity fan allow you to directly connect to a compatible Motherboard or connect to a fan controller with 3pin connections. The daisy-chain cable design allows for fans to be directly connected so it minimises the demand of 3pin ARGB ports on your Motherboard and shortens the cable lengths between the fans to improve cable management.
Available In Two Versions: Perfectly match your set up you can choose to install a black or white Infinity fan to take your customisation to the next level.

Pack Information
Edition Infinity Fan
Pack Type Single (1) Fan Standalone Pack
Includes 1 x 120mm Fan/s
Individual Fan Specifications
Fan Diameter 120mm
Fan Depth 25 mm
Fan Speed 1200 rpm
Fan Blades 9
Fan Specialization  
Airflow 47 CFM
Air Pressure 1.53 mm H²O
Sound Level (dBA) 30 dBA
Sound Level (Sone)  
Motor Type  
Bearing Type Rifle Bearing
Manual Speed Controller No
Fan Colour White
LED Colour RGB
MTBF 30,000 Hours
Fan Fixing Screw Fixing
Cable length 450 mm
  • 1 x 3-pin
  • 1 x 3-Pin ARGB
Additional Information
Scan Code LN144272
GTIN 6931858791250

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