Sunday, July 4th 2021

​LIAN LI Extends UNI FAN Line Up with the AL120

LIAN LI, announces its latest addition to the UNI FAN family with the AL120. The new interlocking and daisy-chain fans feature a larger fan propeller for improved performance. The AL120 introduces new lighting zones with four strips at the inner frame, each independently configurable and visible from the front and back of the fan, a ring of ARGB LEDs around the fan shaft, and a brushed aluminium medallion on both sides, making the AL120 visually appealing as both an intake or exhaust fan.

With five independent adjustable lighting zones, four located at each corner of the inner fan frame and one at the center of the fan blades, the AL120, paired with the L-Connect 2 software, provides limitless customization. With up to fifty new preset lighting styles, users have the option to control the lighting effects at the fan blades and the edge of the frame individually, or combined.
Both edges of the UNI FAN AL120 are fitted with a brushed aluminium trim featuring a reflective strip down the center. At the front, the center of the fan is decorated with an aluminium medallion sporting the LIAN LI logo. At the rear, the specification sticker has been replaced with an aluminium medallion with a slim see-through rim.

The AL120 is a ARGB PWM fan that spins at a maximum of 1900 RPM with a maximum noise level of 28.3 dB. The bigger propeller of the AL120 directly translates into higher performance with up to 64.5 CFM airflow and 2.62 mm H2O air pressure, making it ideal as a radiator fan or a system fan.

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Pricing & Availability

The black/white UNI FAN AL120 are available for pre-order starting July 2nd, at an MSRP of 99.99 USD for a pack of 3 (fan controller included), and 29.99 USD for the single pack (controller not included).
Source: LIAN LI
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7 Comments on ​LIAN LI Extends UNI FAN Line Up with the AL120

#1
Nephilim666
This one actually looks like a 120mm fan instead of 100mm like the other uni fans.
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#2
maxfly
1900rpm with max 28.3db? At what? 30 feet away?
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maxfly
Oh noctua isnt blame free,(or any other co.) far from it. My ippc 2000s are definitely not a mere 29.7db @2000rpm not even close. I have no tools with which to measure them with but sitting at my desk with one running full tilt 6ft away is a hell of alot more than 29db.
Even in an open air non impeded scenario 99% of these db ratings from manufacturers are misleading at best, utter bs usually
But thats just my overly pessimistic outlook on dba ratings.
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#5
Mistral
maxfly1900rpm with max 28.3db? At what? 30 feet away?
That sounds realistic...
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#6
m2geek
Wonderful, i'll take 10.
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#7
claes
maxflyOh noctua isnt blame free,(or any other co.) far from it. My ippc 2000s are definitely not a mere 29.7db @2000rpm not even close. I have no tools with which to measure them with but sitting at my desk with one running full tilt 6ft away is a hell of alot more than 29db.
Even in an open air non impeded scenario 99% of these db ratings from manufacturers are misleading at best, utter bs usually
But thats just my overly pessimistic outlook on dba ratings.
It all depends on the noise floor... decibels aren’t linear. You’re right to distrust fan specs, since most companies don’t release testing notes or follow established testing methods, though.

silentpcreview.com/archive-a-primer-on-noise-in-computing/

NF-P14 rated at 19dB but measured 26dB @ 1m with 12dB floor. SPCR is using a heatsink, though, while Noctua presumably tests in open air.

silentpcreview.com/first-140-mm-fan-roundup-noctua-phanteks-xigmatek/
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