2x XFX Blue LED Hardswap Fans for XFX GTR/RS Models
Hard Swap Detachable Fan Design
With XFX's Hard Swap technology, you can upgrade, service, and replace your fan in an instant.
Bright LED Colors
HardSwap lets you choose your personality. Available in a variety of colors no
Zero dB Auto Load Sensing Fan
XFX fans are equipped to run at the highest possible performance, while at the same time our Zero dB Fan System will also keep your fans running at efficient RPMs. Our fans minimize annoying fan noise by lowering RPM all the way down to Zero when not in use. When the heat is on during intense gaming, our fans will speed up as needed. Available on RX 400 series graphics cards.
With HardSwap, replacing fans is extremely easy and user friendly. Simply pinch each of the 2 retaining tabs and the fan will slide right out. Installing the fans is as simple as pushing into place until you hear the securing tabs snap. New tools other than your hands required.
XFX RX 400 GTR or RS series graphics card Features • Dual 90mm High Performance Fans.
• Bright LED colors.
• Tooless Design.
• Zero dB Fan Technology.
• Compatible with XFX RX 400 GTR or RS series graphics cards.
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