Razor offers its own PC components with liquid coolers, gas and electric fans

With the introduction of all-in-one (AIO) liquid coolers and platinum-rated power and gas fans, the shaver expands to today’s PC components. As you might expect, all three include RGB lighting and the signature hardware razor. There’s even a PWM fan controller that controls up to eight fans and is integrated into Razor Synapse software.

Razor Hanbo is the company’s all-in-one air conditioner with RGB Title Pump Cover. Razor has partnered with Aztec to create this AIO air conditioner, and claims Hanbo is designed for maximum thermal efficiency and quiet operation. The pump looks 360 degrees, so you can adjust it in any case.

Razr’s Hanbo AIO comes in 240mm and 360mm sizes.
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The razor is available in 240mm and 360mm radiator sizes, but the company is still releasing pricing information. This AIO will hit a point in November, and Racer says it will continue to collaborate with Aztec on new AIO refrigerators in the future.

New blade fans are also designed to help cool your computer’s architecture. These chassis fans use hydraulic bearings and are available in 120mm and 140mm sizes. The shaver has developed an RGB ring on the front and rear, providing 18 LED headlights on the 120mm fan and 22 headlights on the 140mm version.

You can control the screw propellers using Razor Synapse software, which delivers 120mm at 2200rpm and 140mm at 1600rpm. Razor is particularly proud of the constant pressure from fans in this case, and says it’s 70 percent more than the competition. You can link these fans or arrange them together.

Includes LGBT RGB ring for razor blade fans.
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The PWM fan controller can support up to eight fans in the shaver case.
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RGB case fans aren’t complete without a fan controller, so Razor has also developed a Pulse Width Modulator (PWM) fan controller. It supports eight Razr Cunning fans and fully integrates with Synapse to provide customizable fan curve controls. The clipper carries magnets to the back of the console, so when you go to hide it while dealing with cables, it’s safe for any steel on the back of a regular case.

Razr’s Case Gas fans start at $44.99, and the PWM fan controller at $49.99. Both are available today.

The power of the razor’s Katana comes with full chroma compatibility.
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The ultimate PC component of the shaver is a bundle of built-in power. The Platinum-rated ATX power supply is fully modular and includes a zero RPM aRGB fan with full razor chroma compatibility. Available in a variety of capacities ranging from 750 watts to 1200 watts, there’s even a 1600 watt titanium rated PSU if you really want to go out.

Razor is expected to use 105-grade Japanese rated capacitors and quality components for its power, and will begin shipping them in early 2022 once fully certified. The Razor Katana has not yet announced the price of the power supply.

Razor is entering the crowded market with its expansion of PC components, with players like Corsair, Cooler Master, NZXT and Noktua struggling to create custom PC configurations. Without knowing the full price tag, it’s hard to tell where the Razor still fits, but the company’s lighting compatibility with RGB lighting is sure to impress some. We hope the price will also appeal.

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