Polaris RGB (Twin Pack)
Black / Translucent White
500 - 1280 RPM
- 79 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Back to the drawing board(rebuild)
Nice looking fans, dont move a great deal of air but im a silence freak anyway so thats 'cool' with me. Dont order the sinlgle pack though if you dont have any already, make sure you order the 2 pack or you will have no way to connect them. The single fan comes with no fan header, just a proprietary cable for daisy chaining into another fan.
- 28 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build In it to Inwin it v. 2.0 (Team Red Edition)
Daisy chain rules.
- 15 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Flashy CAD Workstation
Very quiet, lighting effect is very nice with the clear fan shroud. Doesn't push tons of air though but great for intake/exhaust fans. Wouldn't use it by itself on an AIO. The little cable to daisy chain them is a godsend though as far as cable management is concerned.
- 4 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build 2016/2017/2018 Build
Very nice looking fans. Quiet, too. Don't spin very fast though, which accounts for lots of the quietness... Airflow is adequate, though I wouldnt use them for a radiator.
The daisy chain function was a godsend in the inwin 301, which has very limited space. I chose between three of these or three CM Masterfan fans, which comes with a fan controller. Chose these as I all i needed was one y cable from the RGB and fan header to fan 1, then just daisy chain them along, where as each CM fan needed to be connected to the MB for fan control and the RGB controller for the lighting. I gave up a few lighting options by going with the MSI Mystic Sync control, but I don't regret choosing easier cabling over lighting options. Other downside of the daisy chaining is that all the fans have to run at the same speed so you loose some granular control over that, if you care.
Only other (minor) downside is that the fan sticker on my exhaust fan is off center so every time I look at my PC my eye is drawn to it wobbling around!