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Corsair CO-9050073-WW LL120 120 mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan - Black
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- Dual RGB Lighting Loop: 16 Independent RGB LEDs in every fan, split between two separate light loops, allow for nearly endless customization
- Expansion Kit: This product is intended as an expansion of the LL120 RGB LED 3 fan kit with Lighting Node PRO. The RGB functionality of this product requires a RGB Lighting hub and Lighting Node PRO
- Complete PWM Control: Dynamically control fan speed from 600 RPM to 1,300 RPM to minimize noise or maximize airflow
- Operating voltage: 7 Volt - 13.2 Volt. Created for Quiet: 140mm Fan blade engineered for low-noise operation without sacrificing performance
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CORSAIR LL120 RGB PWM fan
The CORSAIR LL120 RGB PWM fan combines excellent airflow, low-noise operation and 16 brilliant independent RGB LEDs, spread between two separate light loops that encircle the fan and its hub. Pair with an existing LL120 RGB kit or CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO (sold separately) to customize lighting with a wide array of vivid effects and patterns.
Using an optimized 120mm fan blade and PWM control, set the speed of the fan anywhere from 600 RPM to 1,500 RPM for precise noise and airflow adjustment. Made for those seeking excellent airflow, quiet operation, and powerful lighting, the CORSAIR LL120 RGB fan puts your PC back in the loop.
1 x Corsair LL120 RGB PMW Fan
4 x Mounting Screws
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More than 20 years of PC performance innovation
Founded in 1994, Corsair has grown from pioneering the high-performance DRAM market to one of the world’s leading providers of enthusiast-grade PC components and peripherals. Our groundbreaking technology and innovation can be found in our high-performance memory, ultra-efficient power supplies, PC cases, PC and CPU cooling solutions, and solid-state storage devices.
Let Your Lights Do The Talking
Made for those seeking excellent airflow, quiet operation, and powerful lighting, the Corsair LL120 RGB fan puts your PC back in the loop.
Create a Symphony of Colour
The Corsair LL120 RGB LED PWM fan boasts 16 independent RGB LEDs across two separate light loops to create vibrant lighting and visual effects
Two RGB Light Loops
16 Independent RGB LEDs in every fan, split between two separate light loops, allow for nearly endless customisation.
Control, Customise and Sync
The included Corsair Lighting Node Pro enables stunning dynamic lighting effects with other Corsair Link supported devices.
Complete Cooling Control
Using an optimised 120mm fan blade and PWM control, set the speed of the fan anywhere from 600 RPM to 1,500 RPM for precise noise and airflow adjustment.
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Firstly, you're obviously paying a premium for the luxury of RGB which is fine considering it's a gimmick. Secondly, the fact that the single pack does not include the lighting node pro is just disgusting, it's a cheap piece of plastic with SATA power slapped on it which probably costs 5p to manufacture in China, and they're not only forcing you to buy it separately, but charging £40 for it or else you have to buy their double fan pack.
There is no reason these fans couldn't have RGB power included in the single packs other than to squeeze and con their customers out of more money. You're already paying more than you would for a regular fan. Corsair should be ashamed, this attitude has put me off any of their future products, I think I'll switch to Phanteks for my PC cases, G.Skill for RAM and NZXT for my AIO coolers from now on, and I was basically 100% corsair in my previous builds.
Corsair supplies, from what I can make out, two free software utilities to manage the fans RGB: 'Link' and 'iCue'.
From what I gather 'iCue' is the latest version, and 'Link' is the older version.
I'm using 'Link' as: (A) I'm pretty sure the installations instructions told me to download 'Link' and not 'iCue', (B) I've read various bad user experiences of 'iCue', (C) I'm slightly taken aback by the fact that 'iCue' is nearly 300MB compared with 'Links' 40MB, and, (D) I found out about 'iCue' after I downloaded and configured 'Link' and I can't be bothered to download and reconfigure all over again.
'Link' is relatively easy to use. However there are some UI annoyances here and there - but overall pretty good.
In terms of installation, you will need a spare USB 2.0 header on your motherboard, two spare SATA power connectors, and each fan will need a PWM header to drive the actual fan speed (or you can use PWM Fan Splitter cables if you have limited PWM headers) - see basic sketch included in photos. The 'RGB Fan Hub' and 'Lighting Node Pro' are only there to drive the Fans RGB LED's - that is all.
For fan speed control you will have to use your motherboards BIOS or applicable software available within Windows.
(If you don't want to use your BIOS or other applicable software - then you could purchase a Corsair 'Commander Pro' which will allow you to control your fans from within 'Link' or 'iCue' - the wiring connections are slightly different, in essence you can drop the 'Lighting Node Pro' in favour of the 'Commander Pro').
The fans are quiet and RGB effects look great - although - you should read independent tests/reviews of the fans on other Tech web sites for proper noise Vs air flow comparison to make sure they are the right fans for your application.
They look absolutely brilliant in my RGB system.
I have 1 fault with them, just one. That is when using them for pulling air into the system they have the details displayed in the centre and not the logo. Also, the LEDS are on the logo side and not the details side. Don't get me wrong, they still look good but if using as a pull, the RGB won't look as good as you want.
Highly recommend these 10/10
Not really relevant to the review, but opaque replacement fan blades is an interesting idea that I've thought of to make these into ring fans easily. Would be an added bonus if that was a thing.
- The lights are great.
- The fans are great.
- Low noise.
- They look cooler than a shark in shorts.
- Software is good and works well with other Corsair products.
- Stupid silly software doesn't kick in until computer is fully booted. Now, let's be honest, this isn't a problem. However, if you are as pedantic as I am, it will make you sad to have the 'rainbow something' demo mode take over your fan's lighting profile as the computer boots while everything else is rocking that super slick setup you spent 3 hours of your life (which Corsair will never give back) creating in your dark, lonely, pit of a gaming room/office/cave of wonders.
Saying this, there is a way of backdating the software so this doesn't happen.
Other than that, they're rad.