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2023/05/31 00:13:52 (permalink)
At the 2023 Computex, Phanteks unveiled a handful new cooling solutions. The D30-140 is a star attraction. This 140 mm fan features a cable-free daisy-chaining system that uses a click-and-lock mechanism and contact points, to connect up to three of these fans, sharing a PWM fan connection, and addressable RGB signal. This makes the fans very convenient to deploy on radiators, or rows of fan-mounts in cases, such as the front intakes. The fans are based on the same impeller design and motor architecture as the T30-series that the company debuted in March 2023. It features the same "Halos" lighting effect. Phanteks plans to launch the D30-140 in August 2023, priced at $30 a piece, or $85 for a set of 3.

The Glacier One D30 is a lineup of all-in-one (AIO) liquid CPU coolers that come in 240 mm, 360 mm, and 420 mm variants based on radiator sizes. These are practically identical in design and specs to the Glacier One T30 series from March, but replace the T30-series fans that have individual cables, with the newer D30-series ones that have cable-free daisy-chaining that looks a lot cleaner when installed. What's new is the 420 mm (420 mm x 140 mm radiator size) variant that's exclusive to the Glacier One D30-series. When it goes on sale this August, the Glacier One 240-D30 will be priced at $150, and the 360-D30 at $180. The company hasn't finalized pricing of the 420-D30, yet.
I'm curious what the pricing on the 420mm AIO will be. 

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