Thursday, October 12th 2017

Corsair Announces Availability of the LL Series RGB LED Fans

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming and PC components hardware today announced a new addition to its acclaimed range of RGB cooling fans, the LL Series. 16 Brilliant independent RGB LEDs encircle each LL series fan and its central hub (12 LEDs in the outer loop and four in the inner), all controllable using CORSAIR LINK software to create a stunning symphony of color.

CORSAIR has managed to pack even more stunning RGB lighting into the LL Series, with both a 12 RGB LED loop around the fan's edge and an internal four RGB LED loop, creating a virtually limitless amount of color options. The included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO allows for in-depth software lighting control for up to 12 CORSAIR RGB fans or eight CORSAIR RGB Lighting strips, making it easy to tie all your PC's RGB lighting together. With CORSAIR LINK software. So go ahead and turn the lights on, you'll want to see this.
Available in 3x 120mm kit, 2x 140mm kit or individually, combine LL series fans with existing CORSAIR RGB fans and lighting strips, to create your perfect custom RGB cooling setup. The customization doesn't stop at color; every LL Series fan has PWM fan control, allowing for dynamic speed adjustment between 600 RPM to 1,500 RPM on LL120 RGB fans and 600 RPM to 1,300 RPM on the larger LL140 RGB. Whether you need maximum cooling or stealthy operation, with PWM control, you can instantly switch from low-noise to peak airflow.

Availability, Warranty and Pricing:
CORSAIR LL Series RGB fans are available immediately from the CORSAIR network of authorized retailers and distributors. CORSAIR LL Series RGB fans are backed by a two-year warranty and the CORSAIR worldwide customer support network.

For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on Corsair Announces Availability of the LL Series RGB LED Fans

#2
fredz77
Corsair has been falling. Before, we had several case options, where are they? Update of the obsidian series which was his first and great series of cabinets. Now they are releasing futile things, you have already been better corsair.
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#3
Indurain
I just don't see where these fans fit. Are they High Static Pressure fans? Are they low noise fans? Is it just a middle of the road fan that has more lights?

The HD series has both higher airflow and higher static pressure and comes in an RGB version. Why not make an RGB version of the ML fans? I would replace my 5 ML fans with RGB versions of the ML.
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#4
Totally
I've been waiting for these for a while but the pricing is a disappointment, specs are markedly inferior to the HD1#0s but these fans cost more and the 120mm 3 pack cost marks up the cost even more as charging $5 more for per fan over the HD series wasn't enough, for the privilege of getting the 3-pack is another $15 extra. Getting 3 single LL fans costs $105(3 * $35), makes no sense since the hd fans also come with a controller and equal the price of 3 single fans.
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#5
VSG
Totally said:
I've been waiting for these for a while but the pricing is a disappointment, specs are markedly inferior to the HD1#0s but these fans cost more and the 120mm 3 pack cost marks up the cost even more as charging $5 more for per fan over the HD series wasn't enough, for the privilege of getting the 3-pack is another $15 extra. Getting 3 single LL fans costs $105(3 * $35), makes no sense since the hd fans also come with a controller and equal the price of 3 single fans.
The controller is vastly superior here though.
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