Razer wants to sell more components and has therefore announced a line of case fans, PhD water coolers, PWM fan controllers and ATX power supplies. All parts, with the exception of the fan controller, contain RGB lighting.
The Razer Kunai case fans have fluid bearings and are available in 120mm and 140mm sizes. The 120mm fan can handle from 500 to 2000rpm and the 140mm variant has a maximum speed of 1600rpm. The blades and housing of the fan are in black, with a circular RGB frame around the fan. The small version has eighteen RGB LEDs, the large version has four more. The Razer Kunai Chroma costs 50 euros for the small version and 55 euros for the large version.
Razer’s Hanbo Chroma-aio water cooler also comes in two variants with liquid bearings. The 240 mm variant has two fans, the 360 mm fans get an extra fan. The PhD water cooler seems to be getting Kunai fans. The waterblock will have a Razer logo with RGB lighting and a circular bezel, just like the fans. Razer has teamed up with Asetek for the Hanbo; Razer says it wants to work with this company more often on PhD coolers in the future. No price has yet been announced for this product.
The case fans and PhD water cooler can be connected to Razer’s PWM PC Fan Controller, which has space for up to eight fans. It works with Razer Synapse to adjust the speed of the fans and the colors of the lighting. The fan controller can also turn off the fans if the temperatures are low enough. This model costs 55 euros.
The latest product is the Razer Katana, a fully modular power supply that is certified at least 80 Plus Platinum. This ATX power supply is available in several variants. The 750 to 1200W versions have this Platinum certification, while the 1600W model gets an 80 Plus Titanium certification. The power supply fan can be turned off as long as the temperature is low enough. The power supply also has RGB lighting around the fan, which is compatible with the Razer Chroma software.
Razer says it plans to ship some of the components to the United States later this month; the rest of the world will follow later this year. The Katana feed is coming early next year. The manufacturer wants to sell more components in the ‘near future’.