(PR) Thermaltake Also Announces SWAFAN—Fans with Swappable Impellers

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Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals, and enthusiast memory solutions, is excited to announce the first-ever swappable fan blade design here at Thermaltake, SWAFAN 12/14 RGB Radiator Fan. SWAFAN includes two types of fan blades, not only enabling users to orient the airflow direction depending on how you like it but, meanwhile, providing glorious full RGB lighting of the fan. From tech lovers, PC builders, PC enthusiasts to modders, we can all appreciate how functionally capable this design is and take full advantage of its convenience. In the following paragraphs, let’s take a look at more details on SWAFAN 12/ 14 RGB.

SWAFAN 12/ 14 RGB literally features the swappable fan blade design, which provides more flexibility while building a PC. For example, users can adjust the airflow direction by simply swapping out the fan blades enclosed in the package. It is that easy. Via the incredibly smart design, users can build their dream PC without compromising the overall cooling performance and aesthetics. Plus, it is effortless to clean the fan blades by merely popping them out. It would save users so much time without uninstalling the whole fan to test out their ideal airflow or even just to clean, so users can spend their valuable time elsewhere. Even better, we enclose a bearing lubricant for you to take care of your fan after multiple swaps.

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