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    Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    Big opportunity for growth, company says.
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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    I'm sure they'll be as well built, tastefully styled and reasonably priced as all their other offerings.

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    £45 for a 120mm fan, and knowing Razer you'll be forced to sign up to cloud integration or your fans won't work.

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    £45 for a 120mm fan, and knowing Razer you'll be forced to sign up to cloud integration or your fans won't work.
    Most Razer kit can be controlled with OpenRGB - an open source cross-platform RGB app.

    https://openrgb.org/

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    No indication of who their PSU OEM is. New entrants traditional used to give better value at least initially. Early Corsair PSU for instance; that ultra cheap CX400 made by Seasonic was great value. Early EVGA PSUs too; a good price for Seasonic and SuperFlower units.

    Doubt any of this will apply to Razer as their stuff is vastly overpriced already.

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    Quote Originally Posted by iworrall View Post
    Most Razer kit can be controlled with OpenRGB - an open source cross-platform RGB app.

    https://openrgb.org/
    I mean i wouldn't use RGB stuff and what i said was sort of tongue in cheek, but that looks handy for anyone who wants to cut down on those bloated proprietary RGB programs.

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    Actually the design is very cute!

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    lol them fans look like they are going to push less air held back fart.
    I'll be passing on all this thank you, I'm not paying £45 for a fan that looks like it has been stripped from a 1980 computer with rgb added.

    Honestly Noctua must be laughing their heads off seeing this

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    The same aRGB lighting is present and Razer sets a £45 entry fee for a single 120mm version. That sounds steep until you realise that rival Corsair charges £130 for a three-pack of its leading QL120 fans.
    £45 for a single fan? When you can buy a 3 pack of QL120 from Corsair for £85 with iCUE Lighting Node CORE Included?. Not sure about the value prospect there.

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    Re: Razer moves into PC components with AIO coolers, PSUs and fans

    One way to ensure I'll lose almost all interest in something is to simply put RAZER on it!
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    like a chihuahua urinating on a towering inferno...

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