Top 5 Best RGB Fusion Fans Review (2024)

Written By Steven Arends

If you are looking for the best RGB Fusion compatible fans then, this post is just for you.

I know, you must be looking for a RGB case fan that would put up a light show synchronously with the rest of your RGB components.

But there are hundreds of them to choose from.

This post will help you to choose the best RGB Fusion fans for your gaming PC.

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Overall Best RGB Fusion 2.0 Fans

Fan NameFan Speed Air FlowAir PressureNoise Level
Thermaltake Riing Plus 12500~1500 RPM48.34 CFM1.54 mmH2024.7 dBA
DeepCool CF120500~1500 RPM56.5 CFM1.63 mmH2017.8~27 dBA
Lian Li Bora Lite 120900~1500 RPM48.31 CFM1.23 mmH2029.5 dBA
Cooler Master MF120 Halo650~1300 RPM42.7 CFM0.96 mmH2028.5 dBA
Cougar Vortex RGB HPB 120600~1500 RPM43.54 CFM1.17 mmH2026 dBA

Best RGB Fusion Compatible Fans Reviewed

Let’s get straight up to the point by not wasting time.

This list of Best RGB Fusion Compatible Case Fans is made based on their superb performance and appearance.

Also these RGB Fusion 2.0 fans are reviewed on the basis of overall rating provided by professional PC Gamers.

So, here are the top 5 best RGB Fusion Fans:

1. Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB

This best RGB Fusion compatible fan has 12 LEDs around its rim facing inward on the blades as well as outward at a gap of 30 degrees each.

9 fan blades and adjustable speed of 500 (for low noise mode) and 1500 RPM (standard) will give you the best cooling experience.


You can individually customize each LED with different colors and create unique patterns with the RGB Fusion software, including different patterns for gaming, music player and idle conditions.

Moreover, Anti-vibration rubber pads and self-lubricating hydraulic bearing keeps it good as new even after extended use.

Braided cables and 3-pin PWM digital hub controller makes it easy for you to install and place it in your chassis.

The Riing Plus RGB fan is really well build making it strong, steady and heavy, but also promising you the best on all aspects.

Read our guide about 5 best Corsair fans.

2. DeepCool CF120

DeepCool CF120 are a wonderful rgb fusion 2.0 compatible fans.

With the CF120 you can individually customize 12 ARGB lights and create lighting effects as you desire.


You can use the interesting default modes like the 3 dynamic modes: Waves, Cycles and Breathing, and also 3 monochrome mode: Constant light, Breathing and Meteor, with the option to choose from 6 different colors.

The smooth and shiny semi transparent blades create unique light shows when they spin.

With the gigabyte motherboard that provides RGB Fusion you won’t have to adjust the fan speed, it will automatically adjust itself from 500 to 1500 RPM in accordance with the temperature.

With this smart fan you can also balance the air volume and air pressure, and use it like a case fan or a CPU cooling fan as you wish.

Its anti-vibration rubber padding and hydro bearings reduce friction that allows the fan to spin smoothly works perfectly to keep everything cool almost with zero noise.

Customer reviews of 4.6/5 puts it in the number 1 position of our list.

Our experts suggesting to read about 120 mm Vs. 140 mm Fans.

3. Lian Li Bora 120

This RGB Fusion fan lightens up your PC with astonishing aluminium frame and 12 pieces of RGB LEDs.

The Bora will provide you the best performance with lows noise even at speeds ranging from 900 to 1500 RPM.


The rubber pads at the four corners prevent the fan from creating vibration in your chassis.

You can daisy chain multiple of them with each other and then connect the last one with your RGB Fusion motherboard.

Lian Li Bora has a fluid dynamic bearing that works smoothly with its aluminium structure.

4. Cooler Master MF120 Halo

The Cooler Master MF120 Halo is a great gigabyte rgb fusion compatible fan. It is designed to provide a combination of superior air flow and static pressure to keep your PC cool.

The air flow fan is inspired from jet engine blades, pulling in air into your CPU case.


While, the air pressure fan inspired from helicopter blades, pushes the air on your hot components through tight spaces to cool them down.

And, the air balance fan build with a hybrid design of the two other fans, helps maintaining the balance between the air flow and air pressure inside your CPU.

I really love the the lighting of this ARGB fan because:

Each fan comes with 3 speed profiles, Silent mode (S), Quiet mode (Q) and Performance mode (P) ranging from 650 to 1800 RMP depending on the mode.

The Adressable RGB LED’s are located at the center of the fans which lights up the transparent blades. They can be modified individually or synchronously in different modes, namely Static mode, Customize mode, Stars mode, Color Cycle mode, Breathing mode, Multilayer mode, Turn Off mode and Mirage mode.

You can easily set them up with 4-pin PWM hub connector, ARGB controller, four 45cm RGB cables and a 60cm USB extension cable.

And you won’t have to worry about your fans getting jammed, leave that to the built-in sensor which automatically stops the fan if it detects anything.

You may also like to read about best Aura Sync compatible RGB/ARGB fans.

5. Couger Vortex RGB HPB 120 

The Vortex RGB HPB 120 brings to you 18 LEDs that light up inwards, outwards and frontwards at a total of 180 degrees.

The LEDs will be directly visible from every corner on the transparent side of your CPU case.


Its frame is specially designed to create a vortex that sucks out the heat from your CPU and cools it faster than ever.

Although you can sync it with others RGB devices with the RGB Fusion, this one comes with a wireless remote with which you can easily change the colors, patterns, brightness and speed.

With the COUGAR Core Box you can sync up to 8 RGB fans and 4 RGB LED tab strips to literally light up your whole room.

The PWM controller and Hydro-dynamic bearing (HDB) makes sure you get the best cooling experience without the unwanted noise.

Things To Know Before Buying RGB Fusion 2.0 Compatible Fans

If you have read this far, you must have a better idea now about which case fan you want to get that is compatible with RGB Fusion.

Before rushing in to buy yourself the best RGB Fusion fans, please take a moment to go through my buyer’s guide.

Here are the things you should consider before choosing the best RGB fusion fan:

Fan Speed

Check out the best fan speed that suits your performance.

Also, Keep your ears out for the amount of noise.

Choose the most optimized option that gives you the best performance with the minimal noise.

Bearing type

Hydro bearings, hydraulic bearings and hydro-dynamic bearings are the type of bearings that has a layer of fluid between the moving and stationary elements.

Whereas, the dual ball bearing contains two rows of metallic balls inside, so there is small amount of friction compared to the prior type.

LED type and their position

First, decide which type of LEDs you want, RGB or Addressable-RGB.

Also notice that, the fans emit light inward and/or outward and/or forward depending on where the LED’s are placed, on the rim or in the center. Make sure what you’d like.

And some blades being transparent, creates patterns when they spin, while some blades are black and don’t reflect any light at all.

Final Thoughts

RGB fusion case fans makes your Gaming setup look marvelous.

And you have to earn this Glory by choosing the right gigabyte rgb fusion compatible fans for your gaming rig.

I have skipped including few popular ARGB fans as don’t work with RGB fusion 2.0 properly.

Hopefully this post has helped you out to make a great choice because all of these rgb fusion 2.0 compatible fans are of industry leading quality

About The Author
Steven Arends is a computer science graduate and tech enthusiast with over 10 years of experience in the field. He has a vast collection of computer hardware and loves exploring the latest advancements. As a contributing author to 10Scopes, Steven shares his expertise to make the world of technology more accessible and easier to understand for all readers.

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