Corsiar ML any good?

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Corsiar ML any good?

Post by Abula » Wed Apr 10, 2019 3:15 pm

Im curious about Corsair ML fans, i remember back in the day when they were released with the floating magnetic rotor.... i though was a gimic, but either the marking created a tons of fans (pun intended) or they are really good fans. I'm just curious if anyone here have had any experience with them, as lately i see a lot of people that even say are better than noctua/noiseblocker/scythe/bequiet fans.
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Re: Corsiar ML any good?

Post by CA_Steve » Thu Apr 11, 2019 9:00 am

Haven't messed with them...
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Re: Corsiar ML any good?

Post by nonhinged » Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:06 am

I got 2 ML140 as front case fans and I really like them.

They are technically louder than some other fans with the same spec, But I think they sound better. There's very little bearing noise, just noise from the fan blades.

They are kind of white noisy.

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