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Corsair HD120 RGB Fans Review

Corsair HD120 RGB Fans Overview
As I mentioned Corsair sent us the 3-pack kit with controller (CO-9050067-WW), but you can pick up these fans in 120 mm or 140 mm single packs as well as a dual 140 mm pack with controller.

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Taking a look at the 120 mm x 25 mm fans we have a clear frame with white blades, this should really help show off the RGB LEDs. In the center of each fan you have a Corsair logo. There are two cables that come off each fan. One is to go to your fan controller or fan header on your motherboard, and the other connects to the supplied controller. The fans are designed at static pressure fans, which are ideal for radiator and heatsink use, as well as drive bay intakes and other locations where you’re mounting a fan directly adjacent to a heat source. These fans will spin anywhere from 800 – 1725 +/- 10% RPM, with a maximum airflow of 54.4 CFM, static pressure of 2.25 mmH20, and sound level between 18 and 30 dBA.

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Embedded in the clear frame are 12 independent RGB LEDs, it actually looks like more of an RGB LED strip in there.

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On each corner you have a piece of rubber, which basically will sit up against your case or what you are mounting the fan to. This will help cut down on vibration noise.

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On the outside frame of each fan you will find arrows designating airflow, which is always good to have, especially for first time builders.

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Taking at look at the included controller there are two main parts. You have the controller and control box. The controller has six ports to connect up to six different fans. The controller has buttons for speed, color, and mode. The cabling is long enough where you can have the control box deep inside of your case and the controller mounted outside or on a side panel.

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Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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