|Item model number||CO-9050072-WW|
|Item Weight||1.08 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.72 x 4.72 x 0.98 inches|
|Computer Memory Type||PC1066|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 12, 2017|
Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan 3 Fan Pack with Lighting Node Pro
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- 16 independent RGB LEDs in every fan, split between two separate light loops. Air flow - 43.25 CFM. Noise level - 24.8 decibels
- Software control and customize RGB lighting effects with the included Corsair lighting Node Pro or expand your RGB lighting with more Corsair RGB fans or RGB LED lighting strips (sold separately)
- PWM fan control allows for dynamic speed adjustment between 600 rpm to 1, 500 rpm, minimizing noise or maximizing airflow
- 120 millimeter fan Blade engineered for Low-Noise operation without sacrificing performance
- Bearing Type: Hydraulic
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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 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.
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.
INTELLIGENT CONTROL. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES.
CORSAIR iCUE software brings your system to life with dynamic RGB lighting synchronized across all your iCUE compatible products, including fans, RGB LED light strips, keyboards, mice and more.
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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 the included Corsair lighting Node Pro 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.
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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.
As for cooling, I usually set all my stuff to performance mode, so they're not exactly quiet but if you set it in silent mode they are actually silent.. These are in charge of cooling an i7 7700K (with a Kraken X62 AIO,) and GTX 1080. My CPU temp is noticeably lower, probably about 7-10 degree's lower than when I used the stock fans that came with the Kraken. Both the GTX and the i7 7700K now are at idle temps of about 25 Celsius, where they used to idle around 30-35.
The lighting is amazing, they are super bright and really light my case up well. One thing I can complain about, is in order to have these fans facing the correct way for the "Pong" lighting effect, is to have the side with the cable pointed towards the outside of the case. Because of this, if you want to use the Pong effect you will have to find a way to hide the wiring, or just don't use it. I can't really say it's too big of a deal because I don't personally use it, and Corsair gives you a bunch of different color effects to use.
To have the ability to control the lights, I have a the fan hub that was provided with the triple pack I also purchased, to the Corsair Lighting Node Pro that I got with the lighting strips with Corsair. But due to how Corsair sells these, if you get any pack you have to pay extra to get the Lighting Node Pro, or you have to spend even more to buy the fans individually. No big deal, but I have 2 Corsair Lighting Node Pro's that I don't need and more than likely attempt to resell.
I have seen a lot of reviews saying you need to buy an 80 controller to get the lighting effects, that is not true. You need to get a Lighting Node Pro, which connects to an on-board USB header, which is roughly 40-50, and have the fan hub connected to it.
Yes, each fan has 2 cables connected to it, and I have 6 so essentially I have 12 cables. Could this have been better designed, yes. Is it necessary for my needs? No, because I have more than enough room around back to have them.
Another complaint I have seen, is people cannot get the fans to light up, even with software. Now, I discovered this when I was installing my Corsair LED strips, you have to go into the Corsair Link software, find the lights, and press the + button and apply. Otherwise, you will only have 1 fan lighting up, it's frustrating at first if you didn't figure this out, but now you know.
It is important to have the fans on the fan controller, plugged in IN ORDER for certain lighting effects. Also, DO NOT SKIP a port on the fan hub, or else every light after the connector you skipped, will not light up. For instance, don't have them in 1 2 4 5. (4 and 5 will not work.) Make sure they are 1 2 3 4 5, etc.
Overall, I do believe these fans were worth the money to replace the stock fans that the case and Kraken X62 came with. Sorry this review is kind of scattered, just had surgery and on medication. But if you skimmed it and you are having problems with your fans, I highly suggest you read it for some tips, and feel free to respond if you have any other questions.
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..
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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.
Wenn in der Artikelbeschreibung steht RGB 4 Pin sollte man denken das passt in jeden 4 Pin RGB Hub. Nope. Es ist ein "spezieller" 4 Pin RGB Stecker der ausschließlich in Corsair-eigene Hubs zum Premium Preis passt.
Cooler Master Lüfter z.B. brauchen auch spezielle 3 Pin ARGB Anschlüsse. Nur hier kostet das originale 3er Splitter Kabel unter 15 Euro. Mit günstigeren 10er ARGB Hubs von Drittherstellern können sie ebenfalls betrieben werden.
Meiner Meinung nach sollte das Erste was in der Artikelbeschreibung steht sein "Ohne Lighting Node von Corsair sind die RGB LEDs nicht nutzbar". 3 statt 1 Stern weil die Qualität des Lüfters zugegeben sehr hoch ist, und wenn man sich ein Gesamtpaket mit beiliegendem Lighting Node/Commander Pro kauft, kann man da sicher viel Spaß dran haben. Kauft man so einen Lüfter einzeln ohne Vorwissen, wird das hingegen vermutlich auf eine Retoure hinauslaufen.
- 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.