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Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB-LED Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan (120x120x25)

LET YOUR LIGHTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES

Tailored for users looking for great airflow, quiet operation, and powerful lighting, the CORSAIR LL120 RGB fan will get your PC going again.

CREATE A SYMPHONY OF COLORS

The CORSAIR LL120 RGB-LED PWM fan has 16 independent RGB LEDs on two separate light loops, which create lively light and visual effects.

TWO RGB LIGHT LOOPS

16 independent RGB LEDs per fan, distributed over two separate light loops, enable almost endless customization options.

EXPANSION KIT

This product is an extension to the LL120 RGB LED 3 fan kit with Lighting Node PRO. An RGB light hub and Lighting Node PRO are required for the RGB function of this product.

COMPREHENSIVE PWM CONTROL

The fan speed can be dynamically adjusted between 600 and 1,500 revolutions per minute to minimize noise or to maximize airflow.

DESIGNED FOR QUIET OPERATION

The 120mm fan is designed to run quietly without compromising on performance.

COMPLETE COOLING CONTROL

The optimized 120 mm fan and the PWM control enable a speed between 600 and 1,500 revolutions per minute, adapted to the noise or air flow.

Technical specifications

  • Dimensions: 120mm x 25mm
  • Direction of flow: Static Pressure
  • Bearing type: Hydraulic
  • LED color: RGB
  • Operating voltage: 7V - 13.2V
  • PWM control: Yes
  • Airflow: 43.25 CFM
  • Static Pressure: 1.61mmH20
  • Noise level: 24.8 dBA
  • Speed: 600 - 1500 +/- 10% RPM

Scope of delivery

  • 1 LL120 RGB, 120 mm LED PWM fan with double RGB light loop
  • 4 fan mounting screws
Sours: https://www.aquatuning.us/air-cooling/axial-fans/22868/corsair-ll-series-ll120-rgb-led-premium-magnetic-levitation-fan-120x120x25

Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Review & Specs

Socket: AM4

Form factor: ATX

Chipset: AMD B550

Supported Memory: DDR4-2133 / 2400 / 2666 / 2933 / 3200 / 3466 / 3600 / 3733 / 3800 / 3866 / 4000 / 4133 / 4200 / 4266 / 4333 / 4533 / 4600 / 4666

ECC RAM Support:

Audio Chipset: Realtek ALC1220

Audio Channels: 7.1 Channels

LAN Chipset: Dragon RTL8125BG

Max LAN Speed: 10/100/1000/2500Mbps

SLI Support:

CrossFire Support:

RAID Support:

Back I/O Ports: - 2 x Antenna Ports (on I/O Panel Shield), - 1 x PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard Port, - 1 x HDMI Port, - 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, - 1 x Optical SPDIF Out Port, - 1 x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A Port (10Gb/s) (Supports ESD Protection), - 1 x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C Port (10Gb/s) (Supports ESD Protection), - 2 x USB 3.2 Gen1 Ports (Supports ESD Protection), - 4 x USB 2.0 Ports (Supports ESD Protection)*, - 1 x RJ-45 LAN Port with LED (ACT/LINK LED and SPEED LED), - HD Audio Jacks: Rear Speaker / Central / Bass / Line in / Front Speaker / Microphone (Gold Audio Jacks), , * Ultra USB Power is supported on USB_34 ports., * ACPI wake-up function is not supported on USB_34 ports.

Wireless LAN:

PCI-Express x16 Slots: 2

PCI-Express x4 Slots: 0

PCI-Express x1 Slots: 2

SATA 6 Gbps Ports: 6

SATA Express Ports: 0

M.2 Ports: 3

M.2 Devices support: 2242 / 2260 / 2280 - M Key, 2242 / 2260 / 2280 / 22110 - M Key, 2230 - E Key

RAM Slots: 4

Maximum Supported RAM: 128GB

Onboard USB 2.0: 2

Onboard USB 3.2 Gen 1: 1

Onboard USB 3.2 Gen 2: 1

Sours: https://pangoly.com/en/review/corsair-ll-series-ll120-rgb-120mm
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Pros: For this review I used Corsair’s iCUE software and my motherboard’s built in PWM fan headers. The fans were installed in a Fractal Design Define C with one of the fans used for an AIO water cooler radiator. In the current market, there are fans with RGB rings and there are fans with RGB hubs, but not many with both like Corsair’s LL series of RGB fans. That being the case, these are the fans to get if that’s what you’re looking for, and double that statement if you are building a white themed system. There are 16 individually controllable LEDs and when coupled and setup with Corsair’s iCUE software results in an astonishing possible number of lighting effect combinations. This is especially true as you can pour layer upon layer of effects for the fans in the software. These fans have some heft to them. They are a bit thicker than your standard case fans. Add to that the built-in rubber bumpers and you have a product that feels like quality. These are nine blade fans with a rated static pressure of 3.0 mm-H2O with rated airflow of 63 cfm, which means they are very good for pushing air through anything that provides resistance such as radiators and grilles. However, the high flow and pressure ratings may be due to the high rotational speed (and the noise that goes with it).

Cons: The few minor nits to pick for these fans center around the consistency of the fans with their advertised specifications and the iCUE software. These fans are rated at 2200 rpm ± 10% speed with a minimum speed rated at 360 rpm. In reality, all three fans I received exceed 2600 rpm and are very loud when going full throttle. You will definitely want to control these fans using PWM headers with a profile that will keep acoustics at a sensible level. For my particular motherboard, fans run at full speed until reaching the Windows 10 login screen so it’s a bit jarring to have the initial start up sequence sound like a jet taking off. For the low end, using Asus’ FanXpert software to determine the fan speed curves for each of the three fans resulted in minimum speeds of 438, 704, and 723 rpm which is again a bit off from published specification. The good news is at 800 rpm the fans are inaudible. Using a standard PWM fan profile for my motherboard, I didn’t see any of the fans’ speed exceed 1700 rpm during stress testing and the noise level at that speed was perfectly acceptable. The final slight against these fans is the iCUE software. It’s a bit clunky, slow to load, and sometimes the fan LEDs do not respond to the changes made in the software. For my set up, iCUE takes about 30 seconds to load and apply programmed lighting effects after logging in. Until it kicks in you will have the default spinning rainbow light effect. After loading, Windows task manager shows iCUE taking 2-4% CPU resources on an Intel i7 to constantly run in the background. The software could use some work.

Overall Review: This is a packaged deal Corsair has put together, so let’s compare what’s bundled. The MSRP for this kit is $120, but typically sells for less. For that price you get: three120mm LL fans ($35 MSRP each), one Lighting Node Pro ($60 MSRP), and one LED six-port fan hub ($10 MSRP). You’re getting $175 in parts which is a good deal. However, if you already have a Corsair Commander Pro or Lighting Node Pro you may be better served by purchasing these fans à la carte. Be aware of the need to segregate other Corsair RGB fan products since they won’t play well with each other. For example, you cannot run Corsair’s ML fans on the same node as these LL fans. On a final note, since PWM control is crucial for these fans ensure you have either three PWM headers available or PWM adapters to accommodate these fans. Also, you will need an available USB motherboard header and two available SATA power connectors (one for the Lighting Node Pro and one for the six-port fan hub). Overall, these fans are quite eye catching and the build quality is top-notch. The emergence of all-white systems in the last few years with matching all-white cases, motherboards, RAM, etc has left a gap with respect to white framed LED fans. Corsair has now filled that gap and is pretty much the only game in town.

Sours: https://www.newegg.com/corsair-co-9050072-ww-case-fan/p/N82E16835181130
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Pros: For this review I used Corsair’s iCUE software and my motherboard’s built in PWM fan headers. The fans were installed in a Fractal Design Define C with one of the fans used for an AIO water cooler radiator. In the current market, there are fans with RGB rings and there are fans with RGB hubs, but not many with both like Corsair’s LL series of RGB fans. That being the case, these are the fans to get if that’s what you’re looking for, and double that statement if you are building a white themed system. There are 16 individually controllable LEDs and when coupled and setup with Corsair’s iCUE software results in an astonishing possible number of lighting effect combinations. This is especially true as you can pour layer upon layer of effects for the fans in the software. These fans have some heft to them. They are a bit thicker than your standard case fans. Add to that the built-in rubber bumpers and you have a product that feels like quality. These are nine blade fans with a rated static pressure of 3.0 mm-H2O with rated airflow of 63 cfm, which means they are very good for pushing air through anything that provides resistance such as radiators and grilles. However, the high flow and pressure ratings may be due to the high rotational speed (and the noise that goes with it).

Cons: The few minor nits to pick for these fans center around the consistency of the fans with their advertised specifications and the iCUE software. These fans are rated at 2200 rpm ± 10% speed with a minimum speed rated at 360 rpm. In reality, all three fans I received exceed 2600 rpm and are very loud when going full throttle. You will definitely want to control these fans using PWM headers with a profile that will keep acoustics at a sensible level. For my particular motherboard, fans run at full speed until reaching the Windows 10 login screen so it’s a bit jarring to have the initial start up sequence sound like a jet taking off. For the low end, using Asus’ FanXpert software to determine the fan speed curves for each of the three fans resulted in minimum speeds of 438, 704, and 723 rpm which is again a bit off from published specification. The good news is at 800 rpm the fans are inaudible. Using a standard PWM fan profile for my motherboard, I didn’t see any of the fans’ speed exceed 1700 rpm during stress testing and the noise level at that speed was perfectly acceptable. The final slight against these fans is the iCUE software. It’s a bit clunky, slow to load, and sometimes the fan LEDs do not respond to the changes made in the software. For my set up, iCUE takes about 30 seconds to load and apply programmed lighting effects after logging in. Until it kicks in you will have the default spinning rainbow light effect. After loading, Windows task manager shows iCUE taking 2-4% CPU resources on an Intel i7 to constantly run in the background. The software could use some work.

Overall Review: This is a packaged deal Corsair has put together, so let’s compare what’s bundled. The MSRP for this kit is $120, but typically sells for less. For that price you get: three120mm LL fans ($35 MSRP each), one Lighting Node Pro ($60 MSRP), and one LED six-port fan hub ($10 MSRP). You’re getting $175 in parts which is a good deal. However, if you already have a Corsair Commander Pro or Lighting Node Pro you may be better served by purchasing these fans à la carte. Be aware of the need to segregate other Corsair RGB fan products since they won’t play well with each other. For example, you cannot run Corsair’s ML fans on the same node as these LL fans. On a final note, since PWM control is crucial for these fans ensure you have either three PWM headers available or PWM adapters to accommodate these fans. Also, you will need an available USB motherboard header and two available SATA power connectors (one for the Lighting Node Pro and one for the six-port fan hub). Overall, these fans are quite eye catching and the build quality is top-notch. The emergence of all-white systems in the last few years with matching all-white cases, motherboards, RAM, etc has left a gap with respect to white framed LED fans. Corsair has now filled that gap and is pretty much the only game in town.

Sours: https://www.newegg.com/corsair-co-9050071-ww-case-fan/p/N82E16835181132

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