• Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
  • Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
  • Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
  • Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
  • Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
  • Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
  • Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller
Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller

Corsair CO-9050059-WW SP Series, SP120 RGB LED, 120mm High Performance RGB LED Single Fan, no Controller

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  • 4 hub mounted RGB LED's / 4 unique lighting effects with speed control
  • This product is intended as an expansion of CORSAIR's SP120 RGB LED three fan kits that include the RGB lighting hub and lighting controller. The full RGB functionality of this product requires a RGB lighting hub and lighting controller
  • Ultra-thin fan blades ensure quieter performance / high static pressure tuned for optimal Air delivery / 2 year Warranty
  • RGB LED hub: 6 port RGB LED hub / allows connection of up to 6 SP120 RGB LED lighting cables to a single fan hub / add more fans and have the same mode/color/Effect speed across all attached fans

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though not a top choice for high static pressure situations like radiators or coolers TLDR; A solid ventilation fan, almost completely silent at low power, though not a top choice for high static pressure situations like radiators or coolers. Some of the best LED lighting in a fan I've seen, but control over the lighting requires extra, somewhat expensive and complex, parts not included with the fan.I purchased one fan to go with a 3-pack and Node Pro I'd purchased earlier to finish out my case.The fan itself is solidly built. The body is sturdy, the corners are covered with a slightly softer plastic (not sound-dampening rubber, despite how it looks in pictures). The blades are a thick, transparent plastic and the central hub has a solid feel.Each fan has two cords (4-pin PWM power cord and a 3-pin RGB cord), The fan cord runs from the central hub through a channel, leaving the backplane of the fan unobstructed. At the corner, the second LED cord joins the fan cord. Each is sheathed in black plastic, the wires individually separated.The fans kick out a lot of air, though the actual static pressure feels a little low (I wouldn't necessarily recommend these for radiators/air coolers if you place a premium on high performance over aesthetics). Even on low power, near-silent running, the amount of air they move is impressive. At high speeds the noise does pick up, and, as I'm running four in my case, at maximum power, they are roughly as loud as my desk fan, but throw a lot more air by comparison (two fans on top for exhaust can blow letter-filled envelopes off the top of the case).But where they really shine is the lighting. There are 12 LEDs around the edge of the fan; hidden just enough that from the front you don't see glaring points of light, but the diffused color through the blades. The LEDs have an amazing spectrum and range, and even at slow speeds, transition between colors and/or brightness smoother than most case LED kits I've seen in the past.The transparent blades and position of the LEDs means the fans look almost as good from the rear (the fan cable is visible, but unobtrusive), making these some of the few RGB fans that work for both case intake and exhaust ventilation. They also look good through case windows, and throw enough light to fill even a large full tower case.My only complaint, and the reason for only four stars, is the fact that, as stand alone fans, they don't have the best interface. To control the fans requires you buy a separate hub (or a bundled pack that includes the hub). If you're looking for only fans, there is a hub that can control up to six fans (the RGB cords run to the hub; you'll have to provide motor power separately through the motherboard or another fan speed controller). The remote is nice, and is good for cycling through options (though you can't manage the fans individually, but there are a few "Chain" effects - transitions that move through the fans one at a time), colors, speed, and brightness. The hub requires its own power, through a SATA-type power cord.If you want to control the fans via software, this requires a second controller (the Node Pro). The Node Pro has two ports that lead to either LED strips (each port can apparently handle four strips, though I haven't tested this) or one fan hub (which can have up to six fans). The Node hub connects to the motherboard through a USB2.0 header, and requires another SATA-type power cord for power.This isn't, in my opinion, explained well in documentation. There are two hubs - the fan hub, which connects up to six fans together to a remote, or to a second, different, Node Pro hub, which allows software control over the lighting (Corsair Link software does not offer control over fan speed unless you also have a Corsair fan controller providing motor power to the fans). The software allows for control over individual fans, as well as cascading effects.I do like the software - its simple to understand, and includes lots of temperature and speed information, and can also control other Corsair products if you have them (RGB Vengeance RAM, water coolers, cases, etc).Despite the cost, I prefer the Node Pro control over the remote, because I also have RGB keyboard, mouse, keypad controller, and headphones, and together I can quickly change the color palette of my system on a whim without having to dig around for the wired controller. 4Gorgeous fans, get the job done So, I bought 6 of these to redo all the fans in my 760T (there is an optional 120mm fan under the removable drive bay.) Out of all these fans, I really only ran into one problem. The ones that I mounted into my radiator, and front and bottom, all worked flawlessly. The one I mounted on the rear of the case, was a real pain. I had to manually thread the screws through the plastic (the screws that it CAME WITH). I wish I knew I was gonna do that ahead of time, but I pulled it out and screwed all 4 screws in and out a few times, and then I was able to mount it to the rear.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. 5Not a Fan The fans are decent in the sense that they move air and are relatively quiet, but the RGB functionality is suspect at best. They are pretty when all the LEDs work but that usually isn't the case for me. I have three of these fans and only one of them works fully. The others will usually have one section of LEDs out but *sometimes* they will all work if I reseat the cable several times... but usually not. Also, I hate Corsair's RGB accessories and software. The hubs are very cheaply made and are [of course] proprietary. In both of the ones I've bought, some of the ports don't even work and I don't think they could have gone any cheaper on the plastic and general build quality. The wiring is unruly and also of low quality. The Corsair software works as it should sometimes, but when I lock my workstation it stops working and the fans go into their default rainbow pattern until I log back in. Super annoying because it makes my computer look like a kids' cartoon festival. 3Nice fans. I have 6 in my new build ... Nice fans. I have 6 in my new build all wired thru the corsair fan hub and controllers. I feel like $20 a pop was alittle much but lack of competition and strong brand name seem to be the reason. 4Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan Single Pack +1 - Item arrived on time, and not damaged+1 - Item is as described+2 - Super quiet fans, and RGB LEDs look great-1 - No instructions from Corsair for control the LEDsThoughts: These install like a standard fan. Depending on how you're connecting them is how you'll control them. If you are connecting them straight to a board, make sure your MoBo software supports controlling RGBs. Otherwise, you'll need the Lightning Node Pro - which I was getting anyway since I was controlling multiple fans. My complaint is with Corsair providing instructions. They simply just tell you to go to Corsair software downloads to download the latest software. From there you get the option of downloading a couple different pieces of software. What they don't tell you is that iCUE is the latest rendition of their software, and what you should use. The other option is LINK - which of course is what I went with first. LINK ended up messing up the RGB on my Corsair RAM, but it controlled the fans just fine. After contacting support, is how I found out that iCUE is the software to use. Once i installed that, RAM was good to go and controlling the RGBs on my Radiator, RAM, and Fans was a breeze. So just use iCUE and you'll be good to go. 4Brightest RGB fans you can get! These fans are BRIGHT! I was about to buy the NZXT AER fan kit, and these dropped just as I was building my new rig. I'm very glad these popped up, because honestly they are the brightest RGB fans I've ever seen. These are wayyyy better than the NZXT ones, the corsair HD series, and the thermaltake riing series too. They integrate well with Corsair Link 4, and the lightning controller that comes with it is very capable. I have 6 fans off it, 3 140mm and 3 120mm, and have 4 corsair lightning strips off the 2nd port of the controller. The biggest hassle is the dual cables coming off each fan - one for the lightning controller, one PWM for a fan header. I was able to use a 2 way splitter for the 6 fans and run them as 3 off a motherboard fan extension header no problem, but adding the other cable to the lightning node created a cable mess in my case that was only easy to hide due to my Carbide air 540 case. If you get a lot of these, make sure you have decent room behind your rear panel (and pray if you have a full tempered glass case).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. 5They are relatively quiet and easily controlled through the Corsair utility I bought 1 120mm and 2 140mm. Once working, they are outstanding looking fans. They are relatively quiet and easily controlled through the Corsair utility. That being said, the one star deduction is because each fan has two cables; one for the fan header and another for RGB. If you buy these separate, you will need to buy a fan RGB controller, which is not what the Commander Pro is. So to get these working. You will need Fans + Fan RGB Controller + Lightning Node Plus/Commander Plus. A lot of wires and extra hidden costs 4great looking fans great looking fans, just 1 thing to consider that the exhaust side doesn't look nearly as good as the intake side, so if you want to use them as central fans blowing air across your mobo/graphics card from the front to the back you have to turn them around the wrong way and mess up your case flow if you want to look at the pretty side =(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... however2 - 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.. 5These are at the Top of the Food Chain For the price I could have gotten all Noctua fans and had fans that would last longer than me, my kids, grandkids, and probably several generations more, all the while having fantastic air flow and pure silence, but RGB boosts performance in a whole other metric: swag. These HD120's increase swag by approximately 87%. I got two of these triple sets, so my computer's swag metric increased by approximately 174%, meaning it now picks up chicks better than I ever could.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. 5Nice Fans. My only complaint is they don't do ... Nice Fans. My only complaint is they don't do Purple Very well. I would have rather went with the HD120 fans because they're so much better looking but i bought the Corsair 570X case and it already had 3 of these installed. So i didn't have to buy 6 HD120 fans and have 3 fans i wouldn't be using i went with these to match i just wish they did purple better and brighter. I have better pictures but the UV lighting is on and the Purple LED Strips are on as well so it makes them look more purple than they look in person so it would be a bad reference. 4
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though not a top choice for high static pressure situations like radiators or coolers TLDR; A solid ventilation fan, almost completely silent at low power, though not a top choice for high static pressure situations like radiators or coolers. Some of the best LED lighting in a fan I've seen, but control over the lighting requires extra, somewhat expensive and complex, parts not included with the fan.I purchased one fan to go with a 3-pack and Node Pro I'd purchased earlier to finish out my case.The fan itself is solidly built. The body is sturdy, the corners are covered with a slightly softer plastic (not sound-dampening rubber, despite how it looks in pictures). The blades are a thick, transparent plastic and the central hub has a solid feel.Each fan has two cords (4-pin PWM power cord and a 3-pin RGB cord), The fan cord runs from the central hub through a channel, leaving the backplane of the fan unobstructed. At the corner, the second LED cord joins the fan cord. Each is sheathed in black plastic, the wires individually separated.The fans kick out a lot of air, though the actual static pressure feels a little low (I wouldn't necessarily recommend these for radiators/air coolers if you place a premium on high performance over aesthetics). Even on low power, near-silent running, the amount of air they move is impressive. At high speeds the noise does pick up, and, as I'm running four in my case, at maximum power, they are roughly as loud as my desk fan, but throw a lot more air by comparison (two fans on top for exhaust can blow letter-filled envelopes off the top of the case).But where they really shine is the lighting. There are 12 LEDs around the edge of the fan; hidden just enough that from the front you don't see glaring points of light, but the diffused color through the blades. The LEDs have an amazing spectrum and range, and even at slow speeds, transition between colors and/or brightness smoother than most case LED kits I've seen in the past.The transparent blades and position of the LEDs means the fans look almost as good from the rear (the fan cable is visible, but unobtrusive), making these some of the few RGB fans that work for both case intake and exhaust ventilation. They also look good through case windows, and throw enough light to fill even a large full tower case.My only complaint, and the reason for only four stars, is the fact that, as stand alone fans, they don't have the best interface. To control the fans requires you buy a separate hub (or a bundled pack that includes the hub). If you're looking for only fans, there is a hub that can control up to six fans (the RGB cords run to the hub; you'll have to provide motor power separately through the motherboard or another fan speed controller). The remote is nice, and is good for cycling through options (though you can't manage the fans individually, but there are a few "Chain" effects - transitions that move through the fans one at a time), colors, speed, and brightness. The hub requires its own power, through a SATA-type power cord.If you want to control the fans via software, this requires a second controller (the Node Pro). The Node Pro has two ports that lead to either LED strips (each port can apparently handle four strips, though I haven't tested this) or one fan hub (which can have up to six fans). The Node hub connects to the motherboard through a USB2.0 header, and requires another SATA-type power cord for power.This isn't, in my opinion, explained well in documentation. There are two hubs - the fan hub, which connects up to six fans together to a remote, or to a second, different, Node Pro hub, which allows software control over the lighting (Corsair Link software does not offer control over fan speed unless you also have a Corsair fan controller providing motor power to the fans). The software allows for control over individual fans, as well as cascading effects.I do like the software - its simple to understand, and includes lots of temperature and speed information, and can also control other Corsair products if you have them (RGB Vengeance RAM, water coolers, cases, etc).Despite the cost, I prefer the Node Pro control over the remote, because I also have RGB keyboard, mouse, keypad controller, and headphones, and together I can quickly change the color palette of my system on a whim without having to dig around for the wired controller. 4Gorgeous fans, get the job done So, I bought 6 of these to redo all the fans in my 760T (there is an optional 120mm fan under the removable drive bay.) Out of all these fans, I really only ran into one problem. The ones that I mounted into my radiator, and front and bottom, all worked flawlessly. The one I mounted on the rear of the case, was a real pain. I had to manually thread the screws through the plastic (the screws that it CAME WITH). I wish I knew I was gonna do that ahead of time, but I pulled it out and screwed all 4 screws in and out a few times, and then I was able to mount it to the rear.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. 5Not a Fan The fans are decent in the sense that they move air and are relatively quiet, but the RGB functionality is suspect at best. They are pretty when all the LEDs work but that usually isn't the case for me. I have three of these fans and only one of them works fully. The others will usually have one section of LEDs out but *sometimes* they will all work if I reseat the cable several times... but usually not. Also, I hate Corsair's RGB accessories and software. The hubs are very cheaply made and are [of course] proprietary. In both of the ones I've bought, some of the ports don't even work and I don't think they could have gone any cheaper on the plastic and general build quality. The wiring is unruly and also of low quality. The Corsair software works as it should sometimes, but when I lock my workstation it stops working and the fans go into their default rainbow pattern until I log back in. Super annoying because it makes my computer look like a kids' cartoon festival. 3Nice fans. I have 6 in my new build ... Nice fans. I have 6 in my new build all wired thru the corsair fan hub and controllers. I feel like $20 a pop was alittle much but lack of competition and strong brand name seem to be the reason. 4Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan Single Pack +1 - Item arrived on time, and not damaged+1 - Item is as described+2 - Super quiet fans, and RGB LEDs look great-1 - No instructions from Corsair for control the LEDsThoughts: These install like a standard fan. Depending on how you're connecting them is how you'll control them. If you are connecting them straight to a board, make sure your MoBo software supports controlling RGBs. Otherwise, you'll need the Lightning Node Pro - which I was getting anyway since I was controlling multiple fans. My complaint is with Corsair providing instructions. They simply just tell you to go to Corsair software downloads to download the latest software. From there you get the option of downloading a couple different pieces of software. What they don't tell you is that iCUE is the latest rendition of their software, and what you should use. The other option is LINK - which of course is what I went with first. LINK ended up messing up the RGB on my Corsair RAM, but it controlled the fans just fine. After contacting support, is how I found out that iCUE is the software to use. Once i installed that, RAM was good to go and controlling the RGBs on my Radiator, RAM, and Fans was a breeze. So just use iCUE and you'll be good to go. 4Brightest RGB fans you can get! These fans are BRIGHT! I was about to buy the NZXT AER fan kit, and these dropped just as I was building my new rig. I'm very glad these popped up, because honestly they are the brightest RGB fans I've ever seen. These are wayyyy better than the NZXT ones, the corsair HD series, and the thermaltake riing series too. They integrate well with Corsair Link 4, and the lightning controller that comes with it is very capable. I have 6 fans off it, 3 140mm and 3 120mm, and have 4 corsair lightning strips off the 2nd port of the controller. The biggest hassle is the dual cables coming off each fan - one for the lightning controller, one PWM for a fan header. I was able to use a 2 way splitter for the 6 fans and run them as 3 off a motherboard fan extension header no problem, but adding the other cable to the lightning node created a cable mess in my case that was only easy to hide due to my Carbide air 540 case. If you get a lot of these, make sure you have decent room behind your rear panel (and pray if you have a full tempered glass case).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. 5They are relatively quiet and easily controlled through the Corsair utility I bought 1 120mm and 2 140mm. Once working, they are outstanding looking fans. They are relatively quiet and easily controlled through the Corsair utility. That being said, the one star deduction is because each fan has two cables; one for the fan header and another for RGB. If you buy these separate, you will need to buy a fan RGB controller, which is not what the Commander Pro is. So to get these working. You will need Fans + Fan RGB Controller + Lightning Node Plus/Commander Plus. A lot of wires and extra hidden costs 4great looking fans great looking fans, just 1 thing to consider that the exhaust side doesn't look nearly as good as the intake side, so if you want to use them as central fans blowing air across your mobo/graphics card from the front to the back you have to turn them around the wrong way and mess up your case flow if you want to look at the pretty side =(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... however2 - 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.. 5These are at the Top of the Food Chain For the price I could have gotten all Noctua fans and had fans that would last longer than me, my kids, grandkids, and probably several generations more, all the while having fantastic air flow and pure silence, but RGB boosts performance in a whole other metric: swag. These HD120's increase swag by approximately 87%. I got two of these triple sets, so my computer's swag metric increased by approximately 174%, meaning it now picks up chicks better than I ever could.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. 5Nice Fans. My only complaint is they don't do ... Nice Fans. My only complaint is they don't do Purple Very well. I would have rather went with the HD120 fans because they're so much better looking but i bought the Corsair 570X case and it already had 3 of these installed. So i didn't have to buy 6 HD120 fans and have 3 fans i wouldn't be using i went with these to match i just wish they did purple better and brighter. I have better pictures but the UV lighting is on and the Purple LED Strips are on as well so it makes them look more purple than they look in person so it would be a bad reference. 4
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