Corsair releases their new LL series of RGB LED fans

Corsair releases their new LL series of RGB LED fans

Corsair releases their new LL series of RGB LED fans

 
While RGB illumination can be a bit marmite within the PC building community, it is undeniable that is has given us more colour and control options than ever before.  
 
In the past PCs were built with a specific colour scheme in mind, with some colour options like Pink, Purple and Orange being extremely difficult to find. Today hanging your PCs colour can be as easy as pressing a button, thanks to RGB illumination and thanks to companies like Corsair controlling your RGB lighting system has never been easier.  
 
Corsair has now released their new LL (Light Loop) series of RGB fans, offering in-depth control options through Corsair Link while also delivering silent operation. With both PWM fan speed controls and dedicated lighting controls on Corsair Link LL series fans offer more potential options than any other Corsair fan, offering unparalleled levels of adjustability.   

These fans will be available separately or as part of 2x 140mm or 3x 120mm fan kits, with kits coming with a free Corsair Lighting Node Pro, which allows users to easily control up to 12 Corsair RGB fans or eight Corsair RGB lighting strips.    

 

 

With PWM controls the Corsair’s 120mm LL series fan can run at between 600 and 1,500 RPM and Corsair’s 140mm variants can offer speeds of between 600 and 1,300 RPM. All of these fans are backed up by a 2-year warranty through Corsair’s worldwide support network. 

More information on Corsair’s new LL series fans is available on Corsair’s dedicated LL-series web page. This includes a lot at several potential lighting profiles that are available within Corsair Link.  

Individually Corsair’s new LL-series of RGB fans will cost £34.99 and £39.99 for individual 120mm and 140mm fans respectively with dual 140mm packs costing £99.99 and triple 120mm packs costing £119.99. 

 

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