Razer Reveals New RGB-Enabled PC Fans, Liquid Coolers, And PSUs

Razer Reveals New RGB-Enabled PC Fans, Liquid Coolers, And PSUs

Though gaming peripheral company Razer often finds itself trailblazing towards some notably strange (if effective) new products, its latest reveal is admittedly on the tamer side of things. The company has found itself back in familiar territory with a new suite of PC gaming components, this time focusing on lighting up what’s inside a gamer’s PC with a lineup of RGB-enabled fans, liquid coolers, and PSUs.

Razer’s recent product showcase revealed a set of PC components the company says will improve a PC’s performance as much as it’ll make it look prettier than ever. The lineup consists of the Razer Kunai PC fans with purchasable PWM PC fan controller, Razer Hanbo liquid coolers, and Razer Katana power supply units.


The new Kunai PC case fans feature fan blade technology “inspired by elite military aircraft for stealthy, high static pressure cooling, and addressable LEDs for unique case designs. They come in 120mm and 140mm sizes, both of which support hydraulic bearing technology and, of course, RGB lighting, with Razer Synapse able to connect to up to 8 fans at once for color customization.


Moving right along, the Razer Hanbo all-in-one liquid cooler is the result of a collaboration between the titular peripherals company and Asetek. The liquid cooler comes in 240mm and 360mm radiator sizes and sports an AIO cooler that has “an optimized intake design to ensure greater heat transfer, combined with fluid dynamic bearings for silent operation and improved reliability.”


Last but not least, the Razer Katana represents the company’s line of platinum-rated PSUs. Featuring a modular design, the Katana supports wattages from 750 to 1,200 watts under the Platinum rating, with a 1,600-watt Titanium rated power supply for those looking to go the extra mile. Like the previous components, the Razer Katana sports an aRGB fan supposed by Razer Synapse.

Details are still a bit scarce on when we can expect to get our hands on these shiny new peripherals, though chances are we’ll hear more as we approach the Holiday season.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.


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