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    Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    ML Pro and SP120/HD120 all shown in their colourful glory.
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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    "Corsair says it can spin them faster for the same RPM"

    Really? so it can spin faster while going at the same RPM.....

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    clever stuff then ...

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    Quote Originally Posted by ChewieJ View Post
    Really? so it can spin faster while going at the same RPM.....
    I bet they can make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, too...!!

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    Good old nine fingered George.

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    This dude needs to work on his spiel in front of the camera.

    I like the RGB fans!

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    would love to swap these in for my existing corsair led fans but there is no purple

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    i was wondering if anyone got the hd120 fans. if so are they any good?

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    Much of the noise is air flow generated at high speeds, rather than frictional noise from the bearings. However, they might be a bit quieter at low speeds, and from the video, they imply that they can be run at lower speeds than conventional fans - but it seems to be more of a gimmick than a genuine improvement. I'd like to see an objective and independent test. Glad they do them in black....
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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    They're quieter than SP120s... but then so is my 1200cc motorcycle!!

    They're nice enough and offer perfectly good results, but I'd still choose Vardars for performance or Noctua for hush.

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    i never wanted to buy any noctua stuff after they ignored my email

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    Really cool, look forward to seeing noise & temp benchmarks.

    Just don't understand why they'd make an LED version of their top-of-line fans without using RGB LEDs.

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    Quote Originally Posted by benboy1983 View Post
    i never wanted to buy any noctua stuff after they ignored my email
    Depends what was in the email, surely?

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    Quote Originally Posted by D-T View Post
    Really cool, look forward to seeing noise & temp benchmarks.

    Just don't understand why they'd make an LED version of their top-of-line fans.without using RGB LEDs.

    Fixed that for you! (but them, each to their own I suppose)
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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    i asked them if they could send me the fan clip for the noctue cpu heatsink. they asked for my invoice and i sent them the invoice. after that no reply whatsoever

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    Re: Corsair's levitating and colourful fans showcased

    ive bought those fan they only thing i dont like is the fan cant be controlled by motherboard. only controlled by a controller from corsair

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