July 12, 2024


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Razer Is Making RGB-Lit Liquid Coolers, PC Fans, and PSUs

Razer’s goal to RGB your entire computer desktop continues with a lineup of new PC components that support the multi-color lighting format.

As part of today’s Razer showcase, which included release details for its upcoming facemask, Razer unveiled a lineup of different PC components that the company claims are both effective and stylish.

The lineup includes the Razer Kunai PC case fans, Razer Hanbo liquid coolers, Razer Katana power supplies, and a Pulse Width Modulator Fan Controller. Save for the fan controller, each component supports Razer Synapse and aRGB lighting.

Razer Kunai

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Credit: Razer

The Razer Kunai are PC case fans that promise maximum performance with quieter acoustics. They come in 120-millimeter and 140-millimeter sizes and support the latest hydraulic bearing technology and an array of aRGB LED lights.

The PWM Modulator Fan Controller can support up to eight Razer Kunai and work with Synapse for customizable fan curve control.

Razer Hanbo

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Credit: Razer

The Razer Hanbo is an all-in-one liquid cooler solution with an RGB pump cap. Developed in partnership between Razer and Asetek, the Hanbo comes in 240-millimeter and 360-millimeter radiator sizes with an optimized pump intake design for what Razer says is a more silent operation.

Razer Katana

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Credit: Razer

The Razer Katana are Platinum-rated ATX power supplies. The modular power supplies can support wattages from 750 to 1,2000 watts in Platinum rating, and there is also a 1,600-watt Titanium rated power supply. And yes, they include a zero RPM aRGB fan and Razer Chroma compatibility.

This lineup means there are more colorful Razer options for your desktop setup. The company previously announced a custom mechanical keyboard line with keycaps, cables, and wrist rests. Razer also wants to support your back with the Razer Enki gaming chair (no RGB).

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As PC customization options become more and more accessible, Razer appears poised to become a one-stop solution for burgeoning PC gamers. But we’ll withhold our full judgment until we can get hands-on with these products ourselves.

Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s News Editor. You can reach him @lawoftd.

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