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CF120 3 in 1
- CF 120 (3 IN 1)
500 - 1500 RPM
17.8 - 27 dB
- 46 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build Frostbite from Svalbard
The looks of these fans surprised me a lot... Great stuff from Deepcool
- 23 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build "Monochromatic" - 2nd Personal Build ($2.5K CAD/$1.9K USD)
Picked up these bad boys on sale for $50 CAD as a last minute purchase and I can say I'm pretty happy with them. They're half the price of other 3-in-1 RGB fan kits and for good reason -- they don't perform nearly as well as Corsair's for example but I didn't want to pay double the price and be forced to adjust RGB through iCUE.
If your case has the space and you have the money with RGB in mind, Noctua fans with Halo Lux's attached to them would be the absolute dream in terms of airflow and looks.
- 18 points
- 2 days ago
from completed build The Ascension 2020
Performs fairly well. RGB looks pretty as well. Gets a bit loud at high RPM but that's what I bought my headphones for.
- 17 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build Budget Air-Cooled Dynamic
Ordered these after I realized I needed 3-pin RGB. Work just as well as the RF120s. Nice and quiet, move a decent amount of air, and look good!
- 15 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Su Bae's Chosen
Quiet and colorful. Was able to connect to (5V) ARGB on my Asus ROG mobo, and it works flawlessly with Aura. This 3-pack includes the connectors you'll need to get everything hooked up, even if you don't have ARGB support on your mobo. Just be sure you're not mixing up the (5V) ARGB and (12V) RGB headers, and be careful about connecting too many fans to the same mobo header. Also be warned that RGB adds more cables, so you'll need to put more time and effort into cable management.
- 9 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build THE ROCK
not bad ( 59$ ) compared to corsair 129$ push air but but air direction is not clear , had to turn them for intake, the fans turns left ( opposite air circulation )
- 6 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build The Wait Is Over.
Only problem is one of the pins of my 2nd fan was messed probably due to maybe pressing the pin in the connector a little to snug, but they work just sometimes have jiggle the wire
- 3 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Dark and Stormy with a chance of RGB
buget RGB fans, no tradeoffs if using with RGB sync software, the controller doesnt fade the colors so it looks a little cheap at low light change speeds (from 1-5, i reccommend 3) but otherwise amazing (the RGB software like asus aura or something else fixes this problem, its just the included controller)