Corsair HD120 RGB PWM Fan Kit Review
By David Ramsey
Full Disclosure: Corsair provided the product sample used in this article.
RGB lighting is the current trend these days, appearing in everything from keyboards and mice to less obvious items like motherboards and mouse pads. While LED-lit fans have been around for years, leave it to Corsair to take it to the next level with their Corsair HD120 RGB fans. You can buy these fans individually, but today Benchmark Reviews is testing the HD120 RGB three-pack of fans with the included fan hub and controller (model CO-9050067-WW).
I’ll use these fans to retrofit the radiator cooling on my Hackintosh, built in an InWin D-Frame Mini case that should show them off to good advantage.
Features & Specifications
- Three 120mm RGB-lit fans, hub, and three-button controller
- High static pressure: 2.25mm of H20 at 12V
- 0.30A current draw per fan at 12V
- 0.47A current draw for LEDs per fan at 12V
- 54.4CFM at 12V
- 30dBa sound level at 12V
Let’s take a look at these fans in the next section.