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Case Fan

Corsair ML120 Pro LED White 75 CFM 120 mm Fan

(27 Ratings, 4.6 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Corsair

Model

ML120 Pro LED White

Part #

CO-9050041-WW

Manufacturer

Corsair

Size

120 mm

Color

White / Black

RPM

400 - 2400 RPM

Airflow

12 - 75 CFM

Noise Level

16 - 37 dB

PWM (4-Pin)

Yes

LED

White

Features

  • Magnetic Bearing: harnesses magnetic levitation technology to provide lower noise, higher performance, and a longer lifespan
  • Custom Rotor Design: delivers the perfect balance between high static pressure and high airflow, operating flawlessly in the most challenging environments
  • Extensive Control Range: A 2,000 RPM control range gives you total control between silence and absolute performance
  • Color Customization: Replaceable corners mounted to anti-vibration rubber dampers allow you to match your fans with the rest of your build (Available separately in Red, White, and Blue)
  • Radiating LED Lighting: Frosted translucent blades and four vivid LEDs for a striking look

Price History

    Reviews

    Sketch25
    • 293 points
    • 31 months ago

    These Static Pressure fans do a great job cooling my rads. The Magnetic Levitation (hence ML) feature is amazing. I hear nothing at low speeds. I literally hear nothing but my pump going and even that is really quiet. Having the LEDs come from the center of the fan gives it a more balanced look.

    jinetix
    • 95 points
    • 38 months ago

    from completed build Sofi's Bow Wow Build

    These fans are actually really loud at max speed. I have them set at a fixed speed of 1200RPM so that I don't hear them. The fans look really good with the LEDs on and adjusting the PWM doesn't affect the LED brightness at all.

    I have 3 of these mounted as case fans, and 2 of them on the H115i.

    PhatChickenz
    • 78 points
    • 5 months ago

    from completed build White Sapphire - Updated

    I wasn't super impressed with these fans. They do look amazing and they move quite a bit of air. However, they are pretty noisy once you start getting passed the 35-40% area.

    Plipps
    • 56 points
    • 29 months ago

    from completed build 2 Identical First Builds

    We started our builds with the NZXT Aer fans, decided against them because the LEDs are not visible if they are mounted as an intake (case dependent). Didn't like the way that looked. The Corsair fans have clear blades so the LED, though not RGB, shine through no matter how they are mounted.

    These fans are solid, and work well as radiator mounted (static pressure) fans or case mounted (airflow) fans. We are incredibly happy with the way these look and perform.

    If there was only one negative thing to say about these fans...it would be the sound they make when they are turned up. they do get kind of loud, but for us the sound is not a problem.

    hurla
    • 51 points
    • 38 months ago

    They are solid, high quality fans, but maybe slightly overpriced.

    BeardedYeti
    • 46 points
    • 32 months ago

    Boy do these shift a lot of air. I did initially try this out in my old build and was chuffed at how powerful it is whilst being quiet (quieter than the SP120's). I did contemplate running 3x of these at the front of my 570x but they are expensive! - so its currently used as an exhaust.

    shreduhsoreus
    • 44 points
    • 26 months ago

    from completed build White Widow(OLD)

    Bought 2 to use as "pull" fans on my H100i V2. They look great, have pretty good performance and don't suffer the same issues as the 140's. I technically have 3 of these because my Hydro GFX 1080 Ti also included one. No problems with these yet. Very wide RPM range with PWM, and when you're using PWM the LED's are fully lit no matter the fan speed.

    Scratch that, one is now clicking after just a year or so and Corsair is hassling me over the warranty.

    EndTheFed
    • 34 points
    • 33 months ago

    from completed build Baymax 2.0

    Hardly more quiet than Noctua fans, same warranty as Noctua fans, static pressure, but no poop brown color scheme like Noctua fans. I highly recommend these. if you don't need LEDs then get the regular MagLev fans at a reasonable price.

    familiarfez
    • 23 points
    • 31 months ago

    from completed build Venom

    Works as intended. No complaints.

    proels
    • 20 points
    • 29 months ago

    Quiet at less than 1000 rpm. Seem to works well with my radiators.

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