Sunday, February 10th 2019

Corsair Whitewashes the LL120 RGB 120mm Fans

Corsair is readying mostly-white variants of its LL120 RGB case fans. A variant of the LL120 from 2017, the LL120 RGB White features an all-white frame with contrasting black frame rubber inserts, a white silicone diffuser along the bore of the frame with 16 addressable RGB LEDs, a pearl-white finish impeller, and a contrasting black impeller hub sticker. The fan takes in 4-pin PWM input to do its job, and a 3-pin addressable RGB input for its lighting. It spins at speeds of up to 2,200 RPM, pushing up to 63 CFM of air, at a noise output of up to 36 dBA. It has a rated lifespan of 40,000 hours. Corsair is selling the LL120 RGB White in individual packs, and 3-fan packs with an added iCUE RGB LED controller. The two go on sale on the 15th of February.
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5 Comments on Corsair Whitewashes the LL120 RGB 120mm Fans

#1
bonehead123
Good fans with good specs, and if they are priced like the standard non-colored versions, then reasonable too.... HOWEVER:

1. Not a "white" fan at all, with those silly black inserts, cables, screws, & stickers :cry: :kookoo: :shadedshu:

2. What exactly is the point in making or buying so-called "white" fans if you're just gonna muck them up with r.friggin.G.friggin.b. anyways ???
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#2
Mistral
Those are nice specs for a 120mm fan, but if their bricing is as absurd as their other fans...
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#3
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Looks like they're coming out with a white line of everything now.
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#4
aldo11061979
bonehead123, post: 3992480, member: 139670"
Good fans with good specs, and if they are priced like the standard non-colored versions, then reasonable too.... HOWEVER:

1. Not a "white" fan at all, with those silly black inserts, cables, screws, & stickers :cry: :kookoo: :shadedshu:

2. What exactly is the point in making or buying so-called "white" fans if you're just gonna muck them up with r.friggin.G.friggin.b. anyways ???
Exactly white reflects colors better.
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#5
bonehead123
Why in the world would anyone want reflected colors...

If I was gonna build a snowblind WHITE rig, I would want everything to be white everywhere, not a random mix & match of various other colors, and that includes ALL parts, cables, grommets, screws, mounts, fans, brackets etc etc....
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