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Corsair iCUE QL140 RGB 140mm PWM Single Fan $39 + Shipping (VIC C&C) @ Centre Com

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Have not seen these fans this cheap before! Maybe they stuffed the pricing up but the ll140 are the same price. These are for the black ql140. Get the deal while it's hot! $39 each fan plus postage cost

You'll thank me later when your pc is spewing with rgb goodness while keeping cool!

Cheaper than when the 20% afterpay deal went live on ebay which made these fans $49.25 each

please note, you will need a lightning node core OR commander pro core for these fans to work

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    • +1 vote

      Maybe? Maybe not. There's always going to be issues with every company and every product. I can't single it out on 1 negative review. Can just be a buyer beware, purchase at your own due diligence

      (edit, I read the link posted, it does suck what happened to the guy, very unlucky indeed. But it could just be a one off. ACCC entitles the consumer to a refund, just gotta press it hard)

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        while keeping cool!

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          You like that part? It was creative right

    • +2 votes

      What's the coincidence?

  • +3 votes

    I'm a huge fan of this post.

    • +3 votes

      I'm blown away by this comment

      • +3 votes

        Centrecom make it such a breeze to buy this product

        • +2 votes

          Well clearly the deal is very well lit.

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      That's one hell of a cool comment!

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    I thought it was a Minidisc

  • +4 votes

    $39 for a fan - that is far too expensive to me.

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      more expensive fans are needed for watercooling to keep up the required air pressure etc.. corsair fans that are around this price (QL, ML, LL) are well regarded as far as I know and I have 5 of them.

      • +1 vote

        guess your paying for the RGB on this one

        Got a pair of ML140s for $47 this week

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          that's a pretty good price if I remember correctly!

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          ML’s appear to be the way to go. Where did you get them at that price? I need 4.

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            @Master Bates: $49 from Amazon.

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            @Master Bates: Just be aware that the MLs get super loud.

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              @CompulsiveOzB: Hmm, I have a high airflow case coming too, so thanks for the heads up.

              I would have thought the Mag Lev tech would have made them quieter as there is less friction?

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                @Master Bates: From what I've read they aren't as bad if you set the curve to 50% max. They're high airflow fans so even 50% is sufficient. But read some of the reviews for them here, there's a couple vids showing the noise they make and I can confirm that's what they sound like (had a ML140 Pro myself).

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      Noctua fans cost alot more than this. Obviously the performance of the noctuas are hard to beat, it depends whether you want rgb or non rgb. The airflow on these are up there in the top 5 or 10 for best airflow fans

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      If you think $39 is expensive, don't even look at the "next-gen" Noctua NF-A12x25's. Using 3 of these in my build and they are $50+ ea.

      Unbeatable for cooling and quietness though.

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    so where is the best place to get this lighting fan controller?

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      So I have the elite capellix aio which comes with the newest commander core unit. I can connect 6xrgb and 6xpwm fans to the 1 unit. Otherwise if you don't have this you will need 1x lightning node and 1x commander pro to have the ability for these to work. This may work out cheaper by buying these fans as a 2x140 pack or 3x120 pack. I will list centrecoms versions of this for you

      https://www.centrecom.com.au/corsair-icue-ql140-rgb-140mm-pw...

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    Do you still need the controller if you have a spare RGB header on your MB?

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      The rgb header on these fans are proprietary to corsair hubs. I currently have a h115i elite capellix aio which comes with a commander core, it has 6xrgb and 6xpwm headers to suit, which then connects via sata and to usb header

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        Do you know what's the difference between lightning node pro and lightning node core?

        And just confirming as I read somewhere that if you don't use coomander core, then you essentially can't control the fan speed ? So it will be at 100% all the time?

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          So lightning node comes with the 2 pack 140 and 3 pack 120 fan packs, the rgb is plugged into this unit, then the usb header from the lightning node is plugged into a commander pro which utilises pwm fan headers. Unless you own the elite capellix aio which comes with a commander core, you will need 2 hubs to operate the fans (1xlightning node and 1xcommander pro)

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          Lighting Node devices control only the RGB lighting, you plug the fan speed cables into your motherboard and control speeds using the BIOS/vendor software. You really only need a Commander device if you want to software control the fan speeds using iCUE.

          Lighting Node Pro - gives 2 channels of RGB lighting control via any combination of LED light strips or RGB fan hubs (which each controls lighting for up to 6 fans). 1 RGB fan hub is usually included with the fan package that includes the Node Pro.
          Lighting Node Core - controls lighting for up to 6 fans and is essentially an RGB fan hub with USB added.

          Both will work plugged straight into your motherboard. No Commander required.

          If you already own an ELITE CAPELLIX and hence a Commander Core then, stupidly, you can't buy retail Corsair fans that match its stock ML RGB fans (nope, not even the ML PRO fans match) so they have to be set up on an individual lighting channel unless you're okay with running a bunch of fans with out of sync lighting. Would recommend you ditch the stock fans and buy retail fans to replace them, unless you find someone who did just than and are selling their stock fans lol.

          Hope this makes sense. Corsair's product stack is seriously convoluted and not consumer friendly at all, but we're stuck with them since motherboard vendor lighting controls all suck.

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        Thanks for confirming, much appreciated.

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    i need to get rid of the NR200 stock fans, i have bottom noctua's already, looking for two tops

    maybe should just go artic's??

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      Arctic or noctua IMHO. Be quiet do make a good fan also

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        is Arctic quiet??
        i have heard mixed feeling

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      I currently still have 4x140mm noctua 2000rpm fans in my pc

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      Why not just get two of the absolute best 120mm fans, the Noctua NF-A12x25. Running 3 of them in my NR200 and everything runs so cool.

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        yeah i was, just 80$ vs $30? hahaha i already have the bottom, its goood!

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    140mm 50 CFM fan for $40? That's disgusting.

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    jeez fans setups seem to have gotten very very expensive…