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Montech unveil Z3 ARGB Pro 3-in-1 fan kits

It certainly isn’t easy for new brands breaking into the PC enthusiasts’ market, many have tried in the past with relatively little success. However, that has not deterred Montech from dipping its toes in this competitive market and the company is back with the release of a new ARGB fan series.

The Montech brand has been established since 2016, has been releasing a steady stream of PC cases, power supplies, PC systems fans and accessories. The company has announced a brand-new ARGB fan series this week in the form of the Z3 Pro ARGB 3-in-1 fan pack. The Z3 Pro ARGB fan builds on the success of the original Z3 ARGB with an updated and revised design.

Contents of the Z3 Pro ARGB 3-in-1 pack are similar to the original Z3 ARGB kit with a remote-controlled ARGB fan hub bundled in the pack. However, the remote-controlled fan hub with the Z3 ARGB Pro series can connect and control up to 12 fans, six via 4-pin PWM headers as well as six 3-pin connections. The fan hub is compatible with motherboard ARGB software from Gigabyte, Asus, MSI and ASRock via a 3-pin 5V ARGB header.

Z3 ARGB Pro fans are only available in 120mm form for now and are equipped with anti-vibration mounting points, PWM speed control and full ARGB lighting effects that can be controlled via the included remote-control unit, with a total of 6 modes and 32 different effects to choose from. In terms of specifications, the Z3 ARGB Pro feature rifle bearings, have a speed range of 500-1500 RPM, a maximum noise output of 24.7dBA and a maximum airflow rating of 45.7 CFM.

The Montech Z3 ARGB Pro 3-in-1 fan kit will be available very soon on Amazon in the U.S and at other Montech retailers worldwide priced at $39.99.

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KitGuru says: With a price of under $40 for a 3 ARGB fan kit with an included ARGB hub, the Montech Z3 ARGB 3-in-1 kit sounds like very good value. What do you guys think of this new ARGB fan series from Montech?

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