T.B. RGB (3-pack)
500 - 1500 RPM
- Includes RGB controller
- Controls up to 8x RGB fans and 2x RGB LED devices
- 37 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build The Pocket Rocket (Second Build)
The fans look amazing, are easy to clean, and push air extremely well. With that being said, they do not match with the two other fans I got with my Enermax - Liqfusion liquid CPU cooler. The LED colors do not sync up to exactly the same cooler and the RGB patterns are far different from one another. I usually have my computer set one cooler, but anyone who wanted to have RGB vomit would be disappointed.
- 12 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build 8700K 2018
Oh boy! These are one of the best looking pc fans on the market BUT they have some sort of factory flaw with their "twisted bearings" because one of the fans started to produce grinding noise just after a month of use.
+Super great looking +Asus Aura support +Simple and good remote
-Bad choice with "twisted bearing" mechanism for these fans, grinding noise occurs -Fan speed regulated only via remote -Not the best CFM -No 140mm variant
- 10 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Toddler Hand Magnet ® - Vertical GPU and RGB fire-breathing, color-pooper.
ENERMAX RGB Fans (3 fan set)
They were actually the first to draw my attention for all things RBG. The three rims look pretty sleek and - in my opinion - they are one of the finest looking sets out there. Plus, they are fully compatible with Asus AURA, which was a major plus for me.
Performance-wise, though, my feelings are mixed. It's not that they are noisy or underpowered... they're just... you know, average. This might even be unfair, because I didn't test other fans, but the idea I get is that the proprietary control hub could (should?) be more responsive and connected to the MBs fan management. I have 2 intake corsairs and even the stock NZXT fans could "feel" to draw a lot more air, without much noise.
The Enermax speed can (only?) be controlled by a handy remote, but they don't really like being pushed hard. When you do, the air does come out, but they become noticeably noisier. Would I buy them again? Perhaps. I like the esthetics - and that does have some weight, or else no one would build RGB - but I would probably like to listen to Corsair before I committed again.
One MAJOR plus for the Enermaxes, though: they were relatively cheap... about 37 euros for 3 fans is about half of all other big brands.
- 9 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Black Friday/Cyber Monday First PC Build!
i cant believe big name companies charge over $100 for a 3 pack of rgb fans. i know these enermax doesnt compare to a brand like nzxt or corsair for their rgb appearance but i can't see how spending 100+ for 3 case fans can be justified when there are good looking fans like enermax for 33.
- 8 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build First Pc Build
I love these fans and all the options I have on the remote controller for them. I will be buying more of these soon.