ML120 PRO RGB (3 pack w/Lighting Node PRO)
Black / White
400 - 1600 RPM
- 219 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build M. Mk IV - Meshify C Mini, Custom Loop
Great fans! They run at very reasonable noise levels even under full load, and they are virtually inaudible at low RPMs. Good build quality, too! If only they were a little bit less expensive...
- 25 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build The Aquarium PC
Very high quality fans, however make sure you have enough fan headers on your motherboard, and be prepared for lots of cable management on those little RGB and fan power cables
- 17 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Tesseract (2019)
This was quite an improvement over the SP120 RGBs I had previously. I really liked the look of the SP120s, but these were close and they are orders of magnitude quieter, thanks in part to the PWM control.
- 11 points
- 26 days ago
from completed build Christmas PC Build
Looks cool, stays cool. stays super quiet. If you're wondering how quiet these claim to be, you're right! They are!
- 9 points
- 21 days ago
from completed build Slight Overkill - New Gaming PC
These fans are pretty much silent at about the 900rpm I am running them at. They are not the best at anything (there are faster fans, there are quieter fans, there are fans with higher static pressure, there are fans with much fancier RGB), but they really are a great all round performer with little to no trade offs besides price. If you buy these in the 3 pack, they come with all required RGB controller and RGB hubs to get you going. The controller can handle up to 12 fans, but the included hub will only connect 6.
- 8 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Valkyrie
Kinda expensive, but it is good even at low RPM and RGB is great.
- 7 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build Water-Cooled Define Nano S (HTPC Gaming)
Smooth colors with lots of options, patterns, etc... when it works. I have had nothing but trouble with Corsair Link and/or iCue so far, however (the Corsair RGB software). May just be user error, but I am not exactly a slouch, and I have seen the same problem repeated in multiple forums. Software starts failing to notice the Lightning Node Pro, thus I lose control of the fans, and I've only been able to fix it so far by opening back up my case to manually reset the Lightning Node Pro with a paper clip. Total pain in the ***, deducting a star for this consistent frustration.
BE AWARE the RGB versions of this fan have lower static pressure and lower RPM (1600 vs 2400) than the standard ML 120 Pros -- that's why I went with only 3x RGBs along with 2 of the regular, but more powerful variant. I came very close to buying 2 more of the RGBs before I just happened to notice the different specs on the product page. Deducting another star because they do NOT advertise this clearly at all.