Lian Li has released an updated version of their RGB Bora fans
Now with more aluminum.
Let’s face it, RGB is here to stay. Almost everything in the PC marketplace comes with it added, and for good reason – it allows the user to change their aesthetics at will. Lian Li is known for their aluminum cases, so it’s no surprise to see what this new release is an updated version of their RGB Bora fans, the Bora Lite 120. The new fans feature an aluminum frame to add visual appeal and more light reflection.
They are compatible with the RGB control systems of the top motherboard brands, so you can keep your whole system in sync. 12 LEDs on each fan provide the glow, which keeps it the glow pattern uniform and bright.
Power and RGB cables are separate, so you don’t need a dedicated controller box to run them. Standard PWM headers and standard RGB headers are all you need to benefit from the glow, and they’re easily daisy-chained together.
The hydraulic bearings and anti-vibration pads help to keep the sound down, even at high speeds.
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Any plans on picking up the updated fans from Lian Li? How do you feel about RGB – should manufactures calm down on all of the brightly-colored lights? Let us know in the comments.