Corsair Debuts 120mm & 140mm RS Max Series Fans

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RS Max Series Boasts 30mm Thickness!

[Press Release] Corsair is set to release new PC cooling fans today. Entering the 30mm thickness fan market, the manufacturer has made use of Liquid Crystal Polymer material and large fan blades.

The new RS Max series boasts impeccable cooling performance, and it does so without the need for complex connectivity. Corsair confirms connections over a simple 4-pin PWM header for accessibility purposes.

Corsair RS Max 30mm Thick
Corsair Has Designed The RX Max Series For PCs That Require The Best Cooling Possible

Being 20% thicker than a standard fan, this lineup can beat thinner variants even when spinning at lower speeds, effectively reducing the noise generated in a PC setup. Meanwhile, high static pressure created by the fans ensures air can pass through obstructions in high-end PCs.

To further enhance the experience, Corsair makes use of Magnetic Dome bearings. Thanks to this technology, the RS Max series does not suffer from nearly as much friction as its rivals.

With all of these advantages, the RS Max lineup marks its confident debut in the market today. Available in 120mm and 140mm variants, the fans can be purchased directly from Corsair or its authorized distributors.

Like other products from the company, these fans boast a five-year-long warranty, making them ideal for long-term use.

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