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Corsair ML120 PRO CO-9050040-WW 120mm Premium Magnetic Levitation PWM Fan

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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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Description

Corsair ML Series of fans magnetic levitation technology and custom engineered rotors provide unrivaled performance and low noise. Thanks to its innovative design, the ML Series fans deliver both high static pressure and high air flow for a superior fan experience. Even at high speeds, this fan remains as quiet as possible, having anti-vibration rubber dampeners at every corner. The PWM 4-pin fan connector allows this fan's RPM to vary depending on the CPU temperature, giving your computer ample cooling when it needs it.

  • Fan Size 120mm x 25mm
  • Flow Type Static Pressure
  • PWM Control Yes
  • Airflow 12 - 75 CFM
  • Static Pressure 0.2 - 4.2 mmH20
  • Sound Level 16 - 37 dBA
  • Speed 400 - 2400 RPM
  • Power Draw 0.225 A
  • 120mm
  • 400 - 2,400 RPM 12 - 75 CFM
  • 16 - 37 dBA

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • ML120 PRO 120mm Premium Magnetic Levitation Fan
  • Fan mounting screws


Brand: Corsair

MPN: CO-9050040-WW

UPC: 843591072090

Compatibility: 120mm

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
Corsair
Classification
ML120 PRO
MPN
CO-9050040-WW
Type
Case Fan
Fan Size
120mm
RPM
400 - 2,400 RPM
Air Flow
12 - 75 CFM
Noise Level
16 - 37 dBA
Power Connector
4 Pin
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 PWM Control Range: A 2,000 RPM PWM 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)

Power Draw: .225A
PWM: Yes
Static Pressure: 0.2 - 4.2 mm - H2O
Dimensions
120.00 x 120.00 x 25.00mm
Package Includes
ML120 PRO, 120mm Premium Magnetic Levitation PWM Fan
Fan mounting screws

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
4.5
Reviews
5
70.14% (101)
4
9.72% (14)
3
9.03% (13)
2
5.56% (8)
1
5.56% (8)
By Victor Larsen
Nice new product by corsair
One of many new products i have purchased made by corsair. The fan is quieter than any other case fan i have purchased. The fan is sturdy and well made, and it keeps with the corsair reputation of quality. I have already purchased 2 additional corsair ml 120 pro fans in red led through a competitor as outletpc did not have them in stock. In the event corsair releases these case fans in 180 mm red led i fully intend to buy three of them. Why? They are quiet, well made, and they move a good amount of air without being loud.
By Gabrielle Thompson
Stop sending me defective products please
Got two replacement fans, and every single one of them makes a loud chirping noise at definite rpms, and it's intermittent. It's about as loud as a cricket for reference... When i pay $25 for a single fan i don't expect this horribly poor quality. Almost every single corsair product i've owned has had considerable defects, whether it's my corsair strafe rgb to my h80i gt to my carbide 400c and now this pos... Wasting my time having to constantly ship back product after product. Even the stupid replacement front panel for my carbide 400c already had a broken pin and the replacement acrylic window was bent.
By Joel Valli
Like, it's a little unhealthy and my wife is ...
Alright, let's get one thing clear here: i am, at heart, one of those people that loves computer fans. Like, it's a little unhealthy and my wife is not too happy about that. But there's something about pc case and radiator fans that i'm really attracted to. That being said, i'm super conflicted right now.I just bought a twin pack of these babies. I was like, whoa, sweet, magnetic levitation! 400 - 2400 rpm! Whoa! You can imagine me, being such an enthusiastic fan of fans, was really stoked to take it home.Then i plopped those two babies on my intake slots on my corsair 400c, which has a front dust filter, and powered her up. The fans roared to life at 100% power. My dog, who was sleeping on the couch, promptly jerked awake and looked at the computer like "...Should i be worried?" to which my respond could have been "...Maybe."it moves a hell of a lot of air. Like, a lot. And i was really impressed at first. Then i sat down, and realized a headache had already formed and i would literally want to leave the room within 10 minutes of hearing those fans at that speed. I promptly went into my bios and adjusted the speed of the fan down to a level that was nearly inaudible: 1300-1400rpm. Which is about the rpm that my old fan ran at.At which point, i realized... Why did i even spend literally double the money on this fan then?I have an absolute love hate relationship with this fan. It's a good fan! It's loud. It's built really well. It's tough. It moves a hell of a lot of air. It's got magnets in there or something. It's quiet, but they're only quiet until they're so loud that you don't want them anymore. You can only utilize about 1/2 of the rpm range if you want to retain your sanity. Not to mention the whole side point that you'll have to take out a second mortgage on your home if you want to use these fans for your whole setup, and your office/room will sound like an aircraft is taking off.Then again........ Isn't that the dream? To have a computer that needs such intense, awesome fans in order to function? To have a computer that literally scares your dog when you turn it on? To have a set of fans that might possibly be providing measurable thrust on my desk?I still don't know. The only thing i know is i spent a little too much money on them, and couldn't use them to their full potential without wanting to inflict self harm.3/5, would not subject myself to the impossible question of having to decide if buying this fan was a mistake or not again...... Yes i returned them.
By Samuel Tervo
Even it's package is well made. I got 3 ...
Even it's package is well made. I got 3, going to install them on my cougar qbx (one on my aio wc). Let's see how they fare, but i can already say they are really well built.
By Jordan Fitzsimmons
Two stars
Overpriced and makes no significant difference than previous models from corsair.
By Maxim Lindholm
Great fan from corsair
Very quiet and seems to move a lot of air.
By Ione Oliveira
Worth the price
I have close to 30 of these fans running and still can't hear these run. They may be expensive but they are worth the money. It as well gives my radiators a nice drop in temps compared to my old radiators fans.
By Alvino Souza
I am a fan of these corsairs.
Being very sensitive to noises, i went through almost all of the highly rated and recommended fans throughout many years. I used to have gentle typhoons (ap-15) on my 480mm and 240mm radiators, and although they did their job well, the motor noise was starting to get on my nerves. After discovering a leak in one of the rads, i decided to upgrade my entire setup.I initially ordered the corsair sp120 performance editions, but when placed horizontally on the radiator it would emit a rattling sound which really got on my nerves. So i returned them back to outletpc and ordered the newer gentle typhoon pwm editions to only find out the motor sound was worse than ever even on low rpm.At this point i was just frustrated, so even though the ml series was quite new, was costly, and didn't have as much reviews, i decided to give them a try, and i think these are the best fans i've heard so far. There's literally no motor noise due to magnetic levitation, and the rpm curve via pwm is smoothest i've seen yet.Keep in mind that these fans must be controlled via pwm (either a controller, or from your motherboard pwm header). Not using pwm will run these at full speed, which will be quite loud. Controlling these via dc can work, but is not recommended as the range, and rpm curve will not be as smooth, which can produce unwanted noise.Pros:- excellent rpm/noise curve- barely audible at lower rpm- build quality is superb- flat, sleeved cables- rubber on the contact points to reduce vibrations- looks sleek aesthetically- pushes more air at lower noise levels- 5 year warranty from a company i consider the best at customer service and warranty replacementcons:- expensive. Although there are fans that perform better at lower cost (though at the cost of noise), i feel that it's totally worth it if you're sensitive to the motor noise like i am.
By Maria Hansen
Comparable to gt2150, f4 120er, sw3 high speed.
I used this as intake for my caselabs bullet bh7 case. I cannot speak for cpu rad/cooler performance but as case intake performance. My intake setup has a grill and demci filter. I have the mentioned fans and used them with corsair commander mini. Thermalbench has a better review of these fans.I wanted to love this product, i just ended up returning it. These fans compete/compare to the gentle typhoon 2150(gt2150) pwm, the ekwb vardar f4 120er, and the be quiet silent wings 3 high speed. The ml120 pro is one of the quiet fans at sub 1200rpm. Heck, all the fans i mentioned are quiet at that range. But the maglev in ml120 definitely is quiet at even 1450rpm and below. When i tested the fans, i tried with the lowest percentage allowed by the commander mini. 40%, all of them are quiet. 70%, the pwm control will vary on the fans. Performance are about even. 70% spins around +/- 1700rpm. The ml120 for some reason doesn't have that typical "bearing" noise found on the gt2150 and vardar 120er. The sw3 hs is quiet since it uses fdb.I tried experimenting on placing "steps" on the rpm to mimic the other fan models. I did 1150rpm, then 1450rpm, then 1850rpm, then 2150-2200rpm, then max for ml120.-1150rpm, all of them are quiet, sw3 and ml120 are the most quiet since they don't have any bearing noise. They move decent amount of air.-1450 rpm, they all start to move serious air and remain tolerable as far as noise. The gt2150 has a weird pitch, but i believe due to the grill, vardar has some "grinding" noise at these rpm. Sw3 hs and ml120 are still quiet and move the same amount of air.-1850 rpm, now they all start to show their "true colors". Out of all the fans, gt2150 @ 1850rpm was pushing air through my gpus. Vardar spreads out the air(deadspot in hub area), sw3 hs is now the most quiet, air is good but not the same as the others mentioned. Ml120 pro doesn?€™t have a deadspot, there is some air movement noise but no motor noise. Which is, imo, pleasant.-2150-2200rpm, gt2150, vardar 120er, and sw3 hs are in their max rpm on these range. The gt2150 is the only one(from my testing) that has met the rated rpm when picking max rpm in the commander mini. The vardar 120er was at like 2060-2110rpm, the sw3 hs was at +/-2100rpm. They are still in the +/-10% of the rated specs. At this rpm, i give performance to gt2150 and ml120 pro. Ml120 still has no motor noise, just wind gushing noise. But the sw3 in this rpm is the least audible. If i have to go with performance at this rpm, gt2150, then ml120, then vardar, then sw3 hs. For noise, it's sw3, then tied at 2nd ml120 and gt2150, then vardar.The nice this about the ml120 is that is can go up to 2400rpm, which means you still got more performance on tap but the noise though. The difference in performance from 2200rpm is little and the noise is up by a lot. Both the ml120 pro and sw3 hs have some sort of anti-vibration dampener. So it helps.The other advantage of ml is you can get leds if that's your thing. But if your tight on budget and need new fans, get the twin pack of the ml120. Performs about the same but with no rubber dampener and no corner swap and gray blades. Gt2150 pwm is as well available on outletpc but you get the exposed wiring and gray blades, $22 for them. The sw3 hs is available through the "egg" site for $20, it comes with the push pin rubber corner or the traditional screw-in corner with a dampener. The vardar 120er is available through ekwb site or performance-pcs for around $20-$22.Bottom line: if you already have the gt2150 pwm or vardar f4 120er or be quiet sw3 hs, then no need to get this. If you are just starting to get fans, i would greatly consider this if price doesn't turn you off. All these fans are on the top when it comes to performance/noise. Maglev(ml120 pro) is phenomenal when it comes to noise at 1500rpm and below, followed by fluid dynamic bearing 6-pole motor(sw3). If i were to use this as a rad fan, my review might be a little different but i used these as a case fan for intake in a sff atx case. Hence the reason i had to return it, since i already have the other 3 fans, i didn?€™t need this fan after testing it in my case.Edit: forgot to mention that with the commander mini, ml120, f4 120er, and sw3 hs went all the way down to +/-500rpm. 500rpm is the lowest commander mini will allow. As well, use a 4-pin pwm fan header/controller, not dc, for ml120. Reviews online from both users and sites have mentioned it being the most optimal for ml120 regarding the noise profile of maglev.
By Jessie Cruz
Perfect cooling option>
Very quiet, perfect cooling option>

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