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MILPITAS, CA, April 30th, 2024 – CORSAIR® (Nasdaq: CRSR) today announced the launch of its first 30mm-thick PC cooling fans, the RS MAX Series. By combining extremely durable Liquid Crystal Polymer material with a larger fan blade bolstered by AirGuide technology, CORSAIR’s expert engineers have created its best performing fan with zero compromises. The RS MAX Series connects with a simple 4-pin PWM header, enabling precise adjustment over fan speeds without the need for a separate controller...

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Phuncz

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We're going to need a compatibility chart for SFF cases for this fan :D
 

hrh_ginsterbusch

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€43.56 for a single fan, €118.25 for a 3x pack 🤢
vs. 29.89 (cheapest on geizhals) for a single Phanteks T30, which goes brrrrr with up to 3000 rpm (vs. the max 2000 rpm of the Corsair). 3x pack is 84,37 Euro (geizhals).

Oh, and if its about 140 mm, there always is the Arctic P14 Max, which starts at 16,90 Euro (5x pack not available yet).

cu, w0lf.