Reviews and Problems with Corsair Air Series AF120
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2 days ago
Pros: they worked out of the box. not too loud. after installing these two fans my cpu temp dropped 3 degrees. good looking fans.
Cons: these fans are quiet, quiet enough for me and I have my pc on top of the desk a foot away from me but for the amount of air moved my cheaper thermaltake fans are quieter.. the red l.e.d.s are not so bright, I would need at least 4 or 6 of these to remotely light my windowed case.
Summary: I just installed this fan into a new build about a week ago. Obviously at this point longevity and life span hasn't been tested. If the fan dies before a year of continuous use i will update the review, but for right now, it looks nice and works well.
Pros: Looks nice and is relatively quiet when at max RPM compared to other 120 mm fans ive used.
Summary: this is not a bundle deal with 2 individual fans boxes taped together. this is a real dual fan in one box set up. I only have room in my case for one but I bought this because not only do they look cool but I have a back up just in case something should go wrong.
Pros: quiet, works, easy to install. Comes with screws 4 for each fan!.
Summary: Overall if your fans are noisy and annoy you, the Corsair Air AF120 are a good buy, and are probably the quietest case fans possible, while also providing great air flow. Beware the short power cords on the fans.
Pros: I own a Cosmos 1000 case that already includes Cooler Master case fans. I recently bought a Mac Pro (used circa 2009) and was jealous about how amazingly quiet it is, so I embarked on an adventure to make my Cosmos 1000 and Windows PC as quiet as possible. My heat generator is the 125W AMD CPU in...
Cons: The power cords on these fans are way, way, way too short and cannot reach the fan headers on my mother board. Extensions would be recommended and for another 10 cents I have no idea why they did not include longer power leads on their fans. Definitely knocking off 1 star for this (arguably you c...
Summary: Im quite happy with them, besides the mounting problem.
Pros: - Looks great in any setup - Moves enough air and is silent as heck - Build quality is great (except the rubber mounts) - Rings can be painted
Cons: The mounts are (rubber) rubbish. Corsair does NOT thread them, so any forcing of the screws WILL BREAK the rubber mounts. Trust me, one of my fans has a broken mount because of this. I dont understand why Corsair doesnt thread them themselves but I cant do anything at this point. If youre mountin...
They're blue fans, they move air, they work great...Would recommend
23 October 2015
Summary: I have had these about two weeks and so far they seem like good fans. These are a little louder than the stock 120mm fans in the NZXT Phantom 410 case which I replaced because they didn't light up blue.