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Corsair Adds ''Air Series'' Cooling Fans to Product Line

Corsair's Air Series fans are designed to deliver a balance of airflow and low-noise to users who want to upgrade their PCs for quieter operation or higher performance. All the fans feature an advanced hydraulic bearing system and rubber mounts for low-noise and reliability, and include red, white, and blue color rings to allow users to customize the look of their PC.

The Air Series AF120 and AF140 airflow fans are designed to intake cool air into, and exhaust hot air out of, your PC. They are for mounting on the side, top, and rear of cases. The airflow fans are designed with ultra-thin, custom-molded blades optimized to flow high volumes of air in unrestricted spaces with at least 3 cm of clearance. They are available in a 140 mm Quiet edition and in 120mm Quiet and Performance editions.

The Air Series SP120 fans deliver focused air pressure in situations where air needs to be blown through a restricted space, making them ideal for cooling radiators and heatsinks. They feature seven ultra-wide, custom-molded blades and a custom enclosure that delivers high static pressure, while maintaining a quiet noise profile. It is available in a 120mm size, in both Quiet and High Performance editions.

EditionDescriptionSize (mm)Noise (dBA)Airflow (CFM)RPMStatic Pressure (mmH2O)
AF120 QuietLow noise, Good airflow120x252139.881100N/A
AF120 PerformanceHigh airflow120x253063.471650N/A
AF140 QuietLow noise, High airflow140x252467.81150N/A
SP120 QuietLow noise, High pressure120x252337.8514501.29
SP120 High PerformanceHigh pressure120x253562.7423503.1

The Air Series fans are available at a suggested retail price of $16.99 for AF120/SP120 fans and $18.99 for AF140 fans. For more information on Air Series fans, please visit Corsair's cooling section (opens in new tab) or Air Series fan blog post (opens in new tab).

  • wiinippongamer
    meh.
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  • mikewong
    Cool!
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  • Chainzsaw
    I'm guessing these don't come in "thin" models.
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  • sporkimus
    I'd like to try out a couple of the AF140 fans.
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  • buzznut
    wiinippongamermeh.
    Exactly how I felt when I first saw these. Still do, meh.
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  • TheBigTroll
    these things will be loud like the stock h100 fans
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  • thety6on
    Idk about these specs... They seem a little overblown. Wouldn't be the first time a company tried to pull something like that off though *cough**cough*Phanteks*cough**cough*. I guess we'll just have to wait for a review, but for now, I'm sticking with my Gentle Typhoons. Best 120mmx25mm fans in regards to static pressure and noise level. The only problem with them is finding them in stock anywhere...
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  • A Bad Day
    What's the difference between "High Pressure" and "High Airflow"?
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  • LukeCWM
    Ingenious. I hadn't even considered using fans to push cool air into my computer and the hot air out. Thank goodness we have Corsair on the bleeding edge of technology bringing us these unprecedented discoveries. /sarcasm

    Anyone else think these were fans for RAM, or some other new thing, based on the title and wording of the article?
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  • Anomalyx
    A Bad DayWhat's the difference between "High Pressure" and "High Airflow"?High pressure is nice for intake fans. Low pressure fans can't push air in very well unless there are already fans blowing air out.
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