Nearly everyone has their own take on addressable RGB fans and Lian Li isn’t any different. They have their Bora Digital fans already, but all the way back at the start of the year at CES they did tease another design. That was their Uni Fan design and today is finally the day, the Lian Li Uni Fan SL 120 is available and today I’m going to check them out. They have a completely different look from the Bora fans, going with something closer to a traditional design with a square design but beyond the shape nothing else is traditional at all, they dropped the light rings for what I would call brows at the top and bottom of the fan which are on the front and back as well and all of the fans lock together and share their lighting and fan controls through the connection for a cleaner installation. This is something I complained about when I took a look at Corsairs QL series of fans, so I’m excited to see how the SL 120’s work.

Product Name: Lian Li Uni Fan SL 120

Review Sample Provided by: Lian Li

Written by: Wes Compton

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Fan Quantity

Available in Single or Triple packs

Color Options

White and Black

Fan Dimensions

122.8 x 122.4 x 25 mm

Rated Voltage

DC 12V (FAN) & 5V (LED)

Fan Speed

800-1900 RPM

Air Pressure

2.54 mmH2O (Maximum)


58.54 CFM (Maximum)

Acoustic Noise

17 – 31 dB

Locked Current

>= 0.5mA

Bearing Type

Fluid Dynamic Bearing

Start-UP Voltage

DC 6.0V

Unput Current

0.18A (FAN) / 0.6A (LED)

Input Power

3.5 Watts



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