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Corsair - Air Series AF120 Performance Edition 63.47 CFM 120mm Fan

( 4.5 Average / 29 Ratings )





Air Series AF120 Performance Edition

Part #






Air Flow

63.47 CFM

Noise Level

30 dB


1650 RPM

Static Pressure

1.1 mmH₂O

Bearing Type



Static Pressure (mm/H2O): 1.1 mm/H2O
Power Draw (@ +12V): 0.13A
The AF120 Performance Edition is a great choice for a high performance side panel intake or case exhaust, or even a 'pull' fan for a radiator or heatsink.
Nine ultra-thin blades for excellent airflow at very low noise levels.
Custom fan enclosure for ducting air in the right direction with minimal interference.
Advanced Hydraulic Bearing for reliable, quiet operation.
Rubberized corners for sound damping when installed with standard screws.
User-replaceable colored rings so you can match your fans to your case
Included voltage step-down adapter for even quieter operation.

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Corsair $19.99 Out of stock $19.99+
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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


koorite 14 points 36 months ago
from completed build First PC Build

good quality quiet fan. does what it's supposed to, no complaints.

PoliticalPelican 29 points 29 months ago

Quiet, great airflow. Works as advertised and looks good.

Wolfguy423 7 points 24 months ago
from completed build the Devils Playground!

Friend of mine hooked me up with a few new fans Cuz the LED ones bit the dust :-(. they work great... So far. little bit of Coil whine, but they were free!

Dizzlepop12 17 points 22 months ago

Bought this one a while ago, maybe about 2 years ago. Still going strong, no signs of bad bearings or anything. It's really quiet, but doesn't move a ton of air, which is why it's an outtake fan on the heatsink.