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ML140 Pro LED
Black / White
400 - 2000 RPM
20 - 97 CFM
16 - 37 dB
- 403 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build White Zenith - Full AMD build
great fan, but pricey.
- 284 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Black and white build .
I had these before in read color but white is special because you can pair with any other color . They work good too .
- 44 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build White Widow(OLD)
These are junk. Corsair refuses to admit there's a design flaw with the 140. I've had 6 of these. 4 of them were returned because out of the box they either buzzed or chirped(this is a common complaint about these that I wish I had known about). The 2 I have in my build now were great at first, but after a few weeks also developed that same annoying buzzing noise once you hit 1000 RPM. Within a few months I just took them out because the noise became obnoxious and I was having a hard time maintaining positive air pressure when the system was idle. About a year later I reconfigured my PC and moved them to the front. They don't make much noise when vertical. Still overpriced. Screw Corsair.
- 42 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Nephilim
Nice and quiet fan. Far better than the stock 140s that came with the case. Although I have these pretty much hidden at the top of my case on the radiator they emit a nice cool white accent out of the top at night. I never hear them and keep them running at a constant 65 percent for the radiator. I bought these specifically for the radiator so if you are on the fence for any AIO and sound is a concern, consider the additional cost of aftermarket 140s. It raises the price of an AIO pretty high! To ME it was worth the silence and although I am not sure if the temps have benefitted from the change I know they are keeping my 7700k cool.
Overall - They are decent 140s that look great and run relatively silent. Above 70 percent you will hear them!
- 34 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build Baymax 2.0
Same as the ML 120mm fan counterpart. Hardly more quiet than Noctua fans, same warranty as Noctua fans, static pressure, but no poop brown color scheme like Noctua fans. I highly recommend these. if you don't need LEDs then get the regular MagLev fans at a reasonable price.
- 31 points
- 32 months ago
can do well as both case fans and radiator fans, looks awesome, runs quiet but it can be loud at full speed
- 24 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build The wild Hunt
Works well, lot of airflow, much better than the included fans with my case.
Compared to the other fans out there, they're not very expensive, but buying two still sets me back 60$, I almost took 1 star off because they are not really bright, the white looks good, but it's not as bright as I imagined.
- 23 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Venom
The fan got pretty loud on load especially when I was gaming despite tuning it with the Fan Xpert 4 software from the ASUS AI Suite III. I found a workaround to it by setting the Q-Fan Control in the BIOS to ramp up according to the motherboard temperatures rather than the CPU temperatures. Now my ears do not bleed anymore.
- 22 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build New extreme gaming build (OVERKILL)
powerful and surprisingly quiet for the airflow im getting!
- 21 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Build #2017-001: The Little White Elephant
Once you pick it up it's heavy indeed! It uses a MagLev Bearing, and is indeed the perfect compromise between SP and AF. Maybe a bit too noisy, but it cools like a champ! Oh, and pricey as well, so be prepared to fork out the dough for one of these.