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Corsair Air Series AF120 LED Quiet Edition High RED 120 MM
- Fan Size 120mm x 25mm
- Noise (dBA) 25.2 dBA
- Airflow (CFM) 52.19 CFM
- Static Pressure (mm/H2O) 0.75 mm/H2O
- Power Draw (at +12V) .40 A, 1500RPM
- Available in single or twin packs.
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Superior cooling performance and LED illumination
Corsair Air Series LED high airflow PC case fans combine efficient, low-noise airflow with striking LED lighting. The custom-molded blades are designed for high-volume air delivery with less noise and turbulence than typical case fans. They’re translucent, with a frosted texture, so the light from the four LEDs adds a dramatic effect.
Tuned for high-airflow, large volume cooling
Air Series AF fan models perform best in unrestricted spaces with at least 3cm of clearance, and they’re ideal for mounting at the rear or top of your PC case as exhaust fans for your PC’s motherboard and CPU, graphics accelerators, and other components that fill the case with heat. They work equally well as unrestricted intake fans for areas like side panels or bottom intakes.
For high restriction areas like hard drive cages or in other tight spaces where there’s less air volume, check out our Air Series SP models of high static pressure fans.
Better performance than standard case fans
Air Series AF fan models are designed to outperform standard case fans. The blades are custom-molded for optimal airflow, and they’re ultra-thin for less noise and turbulence. The sleeved bearing system reduces vibration for quiet operation.
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The only bad thing is, the power cords are very limiting. They only have the option to plug into the board in a chassis fan spot, they don't have the connectors to plug into the power supply directly. So unless you have a board built for more than 2 or 3 fans, these are not for you. Also the cords aren't very long, limiting the placement of these in your case.
If you have a small case, and only use a few fans, these will work out great. If you're a gamer, you might want to keep looking.
In the end, the most I managed was getting the fans put onto the case, but the screws stuck out the side of the case, since I couldn't get them fully into the screw holes on the fans. Didn't look pretty. So I just took them out and said screw it.
Research online shows I'm far from unique in dealing with this problem, but it intrigued me to find not too many Amazon reviews mentioned this issue. I don't exactly know what my course is from here, but I do want to get these fans installed. Some places offer guides or tips to try to get these fans installed, but it was the end of the day today and I didn't feel like wasting any more time on this.
I gave them a few test spins and they seemed pretty darn good at moving air though. I'd like to be able to add their LED glow to the side of my case. So I don't think I'll have any issues once they're in the case. It's just getting them into the case that's the problem.
(Beware of Seller changes, that's when you can get burned!!!)
:: PROS ::
1.) True RED LED, not pink or orange.
2.) They are quiet but have good air flow.
3.) Using them as my MAIN front fans...the BLACK frame with the red looks sick!
4.) I bought 2 packs of 2, used them for 2 mid-tower builds, excellent & quiet.
:: CONS ::
1.) My Antec TriCools had speed settings H,M,L - I miss those options somewhat.
2.) My Antec TriCools pull/Push more air, but they are noisier at the H setting (High).
:: OVERALL :: First time using Corsair FANS, I will buy more! I would still buy Antecs for internals and back of case fans. CORSAIRS with the BLACK frame always get the front intakes, they look epic, much better then the Antec TriCools.
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Three stars due to two issues:
1. plastic at the four points could have been thicker the (Corsair780T) uses long bolts to hold the front case fans in place, over tightening caused the plastic to break off, managed to repair with some krazy glue.
2. LEDs could have been a bit brighter
but for their main purpose of moving air quietly they are excellent.
Just over a month of continuous use (i.e. 24/7) one of the fans developed a chirp which comes and goes at random. tapping the center of the fan where the corsair logo is a few times can stop it if it gets too annoying but i usually comes back in a few days, alternatively turning the fan controller that came with the 780t case to its lowest setting seems to stop the noise.
Could just be my luck to get a bad one, funny thing is it had me looking around to see if a cricket had gotten into the room.