Thermaltake’s replaceable fans solve a problem no one cares about

Thermaltake announces its first replaceable fan blade design for its new product Swavan RGB Radiator Fan (opens in new tab), which allows users to change the direction of airflow by simply popping out a standard fan and swapping it out for a reversed fan. It’s neat, but pretty unnecessary when you consider easier, less expensive ways to reverse airflow from a PC fan.

The Swafan RGB Radiator Fans are three PWM controlled fans that spin up to 2000 RPM. Swafan comes with two sets of replaceable fan blades: standard and reverse. It is available in 12cm and 14cm sizes. Each side of the fan has an RGB ring, managed by Thermaltake’s NeonMaker software.