Corsair releases ML series cooling fans

Corsair releases ML series cooling fans

Corsair has announced the market release of a new line of high-performance cooling fans. The line carries the rather short ML name and comes with a revolutionary new technology called Magnetic Levitation Bearing that delivers higher airflow, lower noise and better cooling.

The main idea behind Magnetic Levitation Bearing is that this technology, which is based on magnetism, completely suspends the fan blades from the motor housing, which delivers almost frictionless operation. This allows the ML Series to offer lower noise levels at higher RPMs compared to other competing solutions. The line comes with three fan models – standard ML, ML PRO and ML PRO LED. All of them feature 120 mm or 140 mm sizes as well as a wide range of RPM speeds. There are fans that spin at 400 rpm and push 16 cubic feet of air per minute as well as high-performance models that reach 97 CFM of pushed air. Here’s a list of the fans:

“We built the ML Series to be the ultimate fan, offering exceptionally low noise levels to those who value silence and insane airflow for those who demand it” said Michael Hooper, Product Manager for Cooling at Corsair. “With the use of the Magnetic Levitation Bearing and custom rotor, we’re able to create a single fan that lets the user choose their perfect balance between airflow, static pressure and noise with no compromises.”

The new cooling fans by Corsair should be in stores any time soon.

Source: Corsair

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