ARCTIC Standard Case Fan, Ultra Low Noise Cooler, Silent Cooler with Standard Case, Push- or Pull Configuration Possible Black 140 mm - P-Series
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- Optimized for static pressure
- Ideal choice on heatsinks, radiators and (partly-) covered case vents
- PWM Sharing Technology (PST) regulates fan speed synchronously
- Static Pressure: 2. 4 mm H2O
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Optimised for Static Pressure
During the development of the P12 PWM PST, special emphasis was placed on a focused airstream and thus a high static pressure. Therefore, the P12 PWM PST is particularly suitable for use on heatsinks and radiators.
More Efficient Technology
The motor is powered by a Neodym-Iron-Boron-Magnet ring of the newest generation, which allows the P14 PWM PST to run much more efficiently than its predecessors. This saves energy and lowers the coil temperature without comprimising the performance.
200 to 1700 RPM regulated via PWM PST
With a wide range of regulation and the PWM Sharing Technology (PST), the P14 PWM PST fan speed can be controlled synchronously with all your other fans together. This keeps noise at a minimum while guaranteeing maximum cooling performance when needed.
High Quality Bearing
Thanks to a unique technology developed in Germany, friction within the bearing is reduced and greater efficiency is achieved.
As a result, there is less heat development as well as less bearing noise, which means you can enjoy a longer service life from your fan.
|P14 PWM PST||P14||P14 Silent||P14 PWM||F14 PWM||BioniX P140|
|Size||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 28 mm|
|Fan Speed||200–1700 RPM||1700 RPM||950 RPM||200–1700 RPM||200–1350 RPM||200–1950 RPM|
|Airflow||72.8 CFM/123.76 m³/h (@ 1700 RPM)||72.8 CFM/123.76 m³/h (@ 1700 RPM)||29.8 CFM/50.66 m³/h (@ 950 RPM)||72.8 CFM/123.76 m³/h (@ 1700 RPM)||74 CFM/126 m³/h (@ 1350 RPM)||77.6 CFM/131.92 m³/h (@ 1950 RPM)|
|Noise Level||0.3 Sone (@ 1700 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1700 RPM)||0.08 Sone (@ 950 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1700 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1350 RPM)||0.45 Sone (@ 1950 RPM)|
|Control Type||PST||Fixed Speed||Fixed Speed||PWM||PWM||PST|
|Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Weight||194 g||191 g||191 g||194 g||180 g||181 g|
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A few caveats -
My Asus motherboard has an optimization mode setting that generates a fan curve. Unlike my other fans, this does not generate a good control curve. So, I simply put it on PWM control with a standard or quiet curve setting.
I almost returned it because the fan was too thick for my case screws. It is 27mm thick and my Asus screws are 25mm long. After some research and a wasted trip to a PC supply store, I learned that these are also called radiator screws. And that I needed #6-32 1 1/4" screws, which is available at the local hardware store as a pack for just over $1. Also, even though the hard drive cage seemed to be in the way, I was able to install the fans without a problem. So glad I didn't give up!
I am happy with this purchase. These are quality fans for less.
My previous setup was 2 120mm fans intake from the front and one 120mm fan exhausting from the back wall at the top.
The purpose of this box is to act as a Plex Media Server, DVD/BD ripping station, which then encodes to 12bit H.265, and as my DVR and TV guide etc, and my main PC for all of my non gaming uses. This is my complete media everything PC supported by a Synology NAS and an HDHomeRun network attached tuner plugged into an OTA antennae in my attic.
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I'm running Ubuntu 18.04 with all the necessary programs to support this, it all works great.
After installation, I went into the BIOS just to test the fan noise at different speeds. I cranked the settings as high as they would go and did not find the noise distracting. Any time my process/GPU is under load I usually have headphones or speakers on. The little noise this fan did make at full speed in either case would not be noticeable. Some reviewers may be testing this in dead silence and therefore find it to be too loud. This fan works for me needs.
For the price I paid and the size of fan, the noise at full throttle is very acceptable. For my typical web-browsing or work needs, the fan is typically not moving using my settings. Even if the fan kicks on, I found myself having to check while working to see if it was moving or not. Only at top speed could I hear the fan, and that was because I was paying attention. Any other heavy GPU/CPU loads which would have kicked the fan on, I would be heavily distracted and therefore would not even notice what little noise it did make.
For air movement, it's not a leaf-blower, so don't expect that. At base operating speeds, and top settings I can feel air being pushed out of the fan. Some commented that this doesn't push enough air, but it was adequate for my needs. It's an $8 fan, so the product has more than met expectations.
The blade color is a vibrant white. I do get concerned about what this will look like with time, but that will be true for any plastic. For now, it looks great contrasted with the case it's in. Build quality is nice, it doesn't feel flimsy at all. It would be nice if the cables had a shrink coating or mesh cover, but for the $8 I don't expect such things.