Corsair and its community are currently celebrating Fan Week. It’s like Shark Week, but instead of celebrating Sharks, celebrate, you know, cooling fans, one of the most underrated pieces of PC gaming hardware that lives on your PC.
Introducing the latest in Fan technology, the highest performance Corsair fan we will ever make: the Corsair LL 500mm RGB # CorsairFanWeek pic.twitter.com/t7DCgMMvVIAugust 24, 2021
During Fan Week, Corsair invites its community to showcase all the elements the best fan-related content and memes they can offer. In turn, the hardware company posted a compelling video on its Twitter and Tiktok account “announcing” the RGB Corsair LL 500mm cooling fan. What makes the question arise: why are there so many small fans when you could only have a huge one?
This is a massive cooling fan equipped with RGB lighting that looks like one of its own Performance iCUE SP140 RGB Pro fans were struck by a retracted lightning bolt. Currently, none have occurred to me PC case that it could even accommodate something so big.
Given the heat my workspace has had in recent days, it could convince me to drop an irresponsible amount of money for a light box fan to keep me cool and annoy my wife, who hates all RGB things. Part of me would like to see what kind of colossal gaming PC a modder could dream of with a big enough case if Corsair sold these bad guys. There is nothing cooler you see huge versions of things that are supposed to be small.
Because we live in a time when even memes become real products (I & # 39; m looking, Xbox Mini Fridge), I contacted Corsair about the 500mm fan and it was confirmed to me that the RGB LL 500mm fan is, in fact, just a joke. And that hurts me. Although, at this point, I wouldn’t rule it out.
If we talk about joke products, we want them to be real things, Razer still takes the cake with things like the floating game mouse and robot assistant who he is a kind of idiot. I still hold out hope for Logitech competition wheels for dogs.