|Brand Name||DEEP COOL|
|Item model number||RF 120 (3 in 1)|
|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 3 x 7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5 x 3 x 7 inches|
|Color||RGB 120mm 3-pack fans|
DEEPCOOL RF120 3in1 3X120mm RGB LED PWM Fans with Fan Hub and Extension, Compatible with ASUS Aura Sync
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- Fan Speed: 500±200 -1500±10%RPM
- Max Air Flow: 56.5CFM
- Noise: 17.8~27dB(A)
- Support up to 6pcs of DEEPCOOL RGB devices, such as RF120 fan, Gammaxx GT, Captain EX RGB, etc
- A choice of two ways to control the RGB lighting system by Cable Controller or by RGB SYNC motherboard software
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Integrating six high brightness RGB LED lights, RF 120 unleashes the full lighting capability of your build, and achieves magical lighting effect by providing multiple-choice control including different modes such as breathing, static state and multi-color switching.
Support up to 6pcs of DEEPCOOL RGB devices, such as RF120 fan, Gammaxx GT, Captain EX RGB, Captain RGB Led strips etc.
How it looks on the cooler and case!
How it looks on the cooler and case!
Magical Lighting Effect
Six high brightness RGB LED lights show a more magical lighting effect.
Optimized Cooling Performance
The balanced airflow and air pressure is designed to be perfectly compatible with your case or cooler.
Cable Controller is included and software control is also accessible if your motherboard features RGB SYNC and a 12V RGB 4-pin port.
|RF120 5IN1||NEPTWIN RGB||GAMMAXX GT BK||CAPTAIN 240EX RGB WHITE||CAPTAIN 240 RGB V2||RGB 200EX|
|LED/RGB||5 RGB fans||2 RGB fans||RGB Top Cover and fan||RGB waterblock and 1 strip||2 RGB fans and waterblock||2 RGB strips|
|Motherboard Header||12V 4-pin RGB||12V 4-pin RGB||12V 4-pin RGB||12V 4-pin RGB||12V 4-pin RGB||12V 4-pin RGB|
|Fan Speed||PWM: 500 -1500 RPM±10%||PWM: 500-1500±10%RPM||PWM: 500±150-1500±10%RPM||PWM: 500±200-1800±10%RPM||PWM: 500-1800 RPM±10%|
|Fan Noise Level||≤27 dB(A)||≤27 dB(A)||17.8~27dB(A)||17.6~31.3dB(A)||≤30 dB(A)|
|Intel CPU Socket||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X/LGA775||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X||LGA20XX/LGA1366/LGA115X|
|AMD CPU Socket||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1||TR4/AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1|
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I'm running 3 of these as side intake on a Lian Li 011 Dynamic case. So far that has been sufficient to keep both CPU (i7-6700k) and GPU (Strix 1080 ti) temps in the low-to-mid 60's even while gaming at max quality at 144hz.
They are very quiet, but make sure you set a fan curve. You might install these and have them start at 100% (which is 1500RPMs), and they'll sound like jets. Get into the BIOS and bring those speeds way down. The highest my curve goes is 85% @ 85c CPU temp.
On that point, these fans support PWM which means you can set a fan curve. So does the companion hub, the Deepcool FH-10. But you must also make sure of the following: A) that your mobo supports PWM, and B) that the specific fan headers you're using also supports PWM (when in doubt, look up your mobo's manual).
Long story short, my MSI z170A SLI Plus mobo was running fans at 100% when plugged into the 4-pin Sys Fan header. I had to look at the manual and discover for myself that only the CPU Fan headers had PWM support. I had an open CPU fan header, switched the connection (yes this is fine to do, they are effectively the same), and suddenly my fan curve was working. Now these things are basically silent most of the time.
The last thing to check on your mobo is that you have an RGB header (mine does not). If not, you can't use Asus Aura and you'll have to control the mode/brightness/color from the hardware control on the fans. Still looking for a workaround solution on this, will update if I find a good one.
The stupidity in manufacturing today is insane. You make a great product then completely ruin it by not doing either of 2 things so that you can even install the new great fans you just bought. The screw holes need to be threaded from the factory and/or needs to come rubber rivets. Now I got to shell out more money and wait for days for them to get here before I can continue on my new build. /facepalm
The lighting is absolutely gorgeous
Great build quality
Price (Paid $44.99)
Lots of wires
The lighting on these is absolutely amazing! The price point them come in at is completely worth it too. 3 high quality fans with adjustable lighting for $45 is a steal! I've been using Deepcool products on an off for a while now and for a good reason. Everything I've used from them has been surprisingly good and I am no less impressed by these fans. They move a good amount of air without being overly noisy even at higher RPMs. They also look really cool lit up. Definitely recommended!
The rgb works great, bright and works with Asus Aura. only thing is my coolermaster rad fan does each led independently and these do not. Still great fans for the price.
I read a review that on this case, that was the best cooling setup. On my 2700x with 16gb 3200mhz @ 4.3hz, the highest temp I got was 85 degrees on my cinebench r15 test with a score of 1941!
running @ 3.7 at a high of 61 degrees I scored 1804.
I feel like they are good for the price but I don't like how loud it is when it is idle.
*cheaper than name brands
*great rgb lighting
*loud (avg is 52db) CORRECTION - im averaging 43 (i had one fan on cha2 and one on ext fan, bc of the one on ext fan, it wouldn't run low; now on cha 2 and the computer is MUCH MORE quiet compared to before when on ext fan.
take into account these are my first fans. my first computer build. So I am unaware of how quiet other fans can be or not be.
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🔝Ventole bellissime e molto efficienti. Arrivano complete di tutto ciò che serve. Anche a chi non ha una scheda madre predisposta all'rgb. Con Aura sync garantisco il perfetto funzionamento.
🚫 Nessun difetto nel prodotto.
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First off: - The instructions are pretty unclear so it took a little bit of guessing.
- The included installation screws are terrible and required and insane amount of pressure to install, I ended up stripping about 3 of the screws.
- Each fan has 2 cables that connect to both the fan hub and the RGB connector or the Remote. I tried using the RGB connector and connecting them to the RGB header on my Motherboard however the LED's didn't work so I used the Remote instead which did work but now I cant use software to control them.
I installed these using the 4pin RGB socket on my Asus x570 motherboard and the 4 pin chassis fan socket, both cables of which come part of this pack
Each fan has 2 connectors
Power 4 pin
RGB 4 pin
Theres a 1 to 4 power splitter to go from your 4 pin fan socket on you motherboard. Plug in all 3 fans into the splitter and connect the single end to the motherboard.
The 1 to 3 splitter for the 4 pin RGB socket is also simple, hook each fan up to the splitter and the single end onto your motherboard.
Straighr into Armory Crate software on my PC and had these syncing with my cpu fan memory and ARGB front fans in less than 25 minutes from taking the case off.
The controller controls the Fan speed and the colour though you can set the colour to be managed by the motherboard. I had no problems connecting the RGB to my Gigabyte Z370 motherboard for control. This linked all my RGB fans including 2 that came with my case, the Cooler Master H500P. The colour spread is really good with a bright spread of colur and very nice changes from one to the next.
The performance as well was more than good enough and very easily controlled. Not loud at all unless blasting at full speed. Overall a great value form Deepcool.
Check out Computer Enthusiasts on Facebook to see more as I have posted videos and more pics there!
I replaced 4 aftermarket and 3 Oem fans in my PC with 6 of these and noticed a significant improvement in my overall temperatures and airflow, with peaks of 85c and average of 77c during gaming on the old fans reducing to 82c and 67c respectively. This is with the fans running the default curve and being nearly silent - the temperatures drop further when maxed out but, you do notice the increase in volume around 70% mark (though far quieter than most fans I have encountered).
The LEDs are situated in the hub of the fan as opposed to a ring around frame, so the whole fan lights up in fully customisable colours and patterns (if supported by your motherboard). This looks great and really brightens up the case whilst diffusing the light equally - this would be down to personal preference however.
The installation was fairly straightforward, though do check clearences and that they spin freely once installed as the cables can poke out a bit and push the frame inwards towards the blade if not routed properly in a tight space, causing it to catch slightly. This is an issue with many fans though so did not mark down this product for it.
You get three fans, each with an RGB header connector and PWM cable attached, as well as a 3-way fan extension adapter, 3-way rgb header extender and, should you wish to power separately / not have an RGB header on your motherboard, a cable with remote control to the set the fan colours (I am not using this latter item).
Works very well with Asus Aura Sync
Multiple set up options
Decent quality fans - there are better on the market, but these are good quality.
The multi-adaptor isn't great. Most motherboard-level fan controls won't recognise these fans if you use the included adaptor. The fans will still light up and work, but if you want to use them as part of a wider cooling profile then you will need to plug them directly into the motherboard.
At Max speed you xan definitely hear it but extremely loud.
I have mix of Artic P12 and DeepCool RF120 in my Carbide 275r case.
You can control them with your 12v rgb connection on the MB or via included RGB controller. Both working good in my build. I just prefer the MB option, so I don't have to open the case if i decide to change the mood/colour.
I've limited maximum speed to 75% (1300rpm out of 1600) custom fan curve. Noise level acceptable for me and comparing to the P12s in my case @75% - 1415 rpm >>> Artic are quiter at higher speed but doesn't have the Blink if you're in to it.
Lights can be also controlled via any kind of software (I have personally used MSI MysticLight, works perfect).
One thing I've noticed is that under very heavy load the fans can be a tiny bit on the loud side, but again given the price I am very happy on their overall performance anyway. Very recommended!
Tienen muy buen flujo de aire para el radiador y lo mejor es que son PWM, incluye conectores para RGB y control manual por si tu tarjeta no los incluye.
Ya encarge otro mas para terminar mi PC y quitar los Cooler Master de stock que por cierto, son DC.