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Corsair CO-9050071-WW LL120 120 mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan - Black
- 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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Create a Symphony of Color
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 customization.
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 an RGB Lighting hub and Lighting Node Pro.
Complete PWM Control
Dynamically control fan speed from 600 RPM to 1,500 RPM to minimize noise or maximize airflow.
Created for Quiet
120mm Fan blade engineered for low-noise operation without sacrificing performance.
Complete Cooling Control
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.
- Motherboard with an open standard 4-pin fan connector
Contents and Specifications
- x1 LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan
- x4 Fan Mounting Screws
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That's right, with these fans my computer is the wing man you take to bars even though they end up leaving with the girl you had your eye on.
Regardless, I really love these fans. The control through Corsair Link, and using the Commander Pro, is great, offering tons of color options and several style options. You can set these up to respond to the temperature of any component you want that has temperature monitoring, which is awesome. The air flow is variable AF- I have the four on my cooler cranked a little higher during gaming streaming or editing, and the two on top of my computer running lower all the time as a gentle exhaust. They're pretty quiet if you set your fan curves well. If you crank them at 100%, they sound like a turbine. At my computer's hottest, I've only ever had these fans at about 60%, max.
These are premium, and the RGB effects are second to none. I highly recommend these things if you want a computer that's sexier than you.
Also, I encountered 2 strange issues upon installation/initialization...
1 - When installing the Corsair Link software it did not update the firmware version for some reason, and gave a warning error about it when you run it. You have to forcefully manually update the firmware version by finding the Options > Devices menu at the top, which has the "Force Firmware" update button, which worked... however
2 - After forcing the firmware update the LED strip plugged into the 2nd slot on the PRO hub just turned off and stopped working completely.... after much frustration and unplugging and replugging I finally SWAPPED the plugs in the 1st and 2nd slot(the fan hub plug and the LED strip), and that finally fixed it for whatever reason..
One tip I can add is, when you add in your fans, mark down which one is 1, 2, 3, etc. Then attach them to the lighting node in that order, or you can have fans that run out of sequence if you want a "chasing" effect. Speaking of effects, the ones programmable in CL4 are great - there's about 14, with a few being just small variants of one. Pong is pretty cool, and rainbow wave really shows off the full RGBness of them. Only downside to CL4 is that when you go to apply the settings, you have to click "copy to..." then make sure all the fans are clicked on the right side and click ok. It's kind of a pain to do every time, but there's a lot of creation here, and the fans are BRIGHT. They overshadow almost everything, but they're fantastic and totally awesome. They are pretty expensive though.
Worth it to me, may not be to you, I wanted an RGB insanity case long before this craze came along so I'm happy with it.