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Bluegears b-COOL and b-ice fans
By: Rich Smith
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  • Bluegears b-COOL and b-ice fans
  • The b-ice
  • Next, the b-COOL
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    Here on Dev Hardware, we review a good number of cooling solutions for your PC. In todayís custom PC market, itís not always enough to merely cool your PC; you need to make it look cool in the process. Today, we have a couple of entries from bluegears, the b-COOL and the b-ice, which are built for just that purpose.

    That's right, today we are going to look at not one but two fans from bluegears.  These two fans both combine function with fashion, and are designed to enhance the coolness of your case in more ways than one.

    The first fan we will look at is the b-ice.  This 120mm fan is a chrome fan, with internal blue lighting.  The chrome reflects the lights in the casing, and gives an overall cool effect to your PC.

    The second fan is the b-COOL.  This 80mm fan not only has integrated lighting, but it also has an LED readout that shows the current temperature of the air going through the fan.  You know those cool pens that you can shake back and forth, and they spell out a word in the air using timed LEDs?  This is the same thing, but in a fan.

    Okay, let's open up these fans and get to work...

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