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Arctic BioniX P120 (White) - Pressure-optimised 120 mm Gaming Fan with PWM Sharing Technology (PST)
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- Optimized for static pressure
- Ideal choice on heatsinks, radiators and (partly-) covered case vents
- PW Sharing Technology (PST) regulates fan speed synchronously
- 0 dB mode: silent passive mode when PWM signal is below 5 %
- Broad RPM range for highest performance and low noise level
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Optimised for Static Pressure
During the development of the BioniX P120, special emphasis was placed on a focused airstream and thus a high static pressure. Therefore, the BioniX P120 is particularly suitable for use on heatsinks and radiators.
More Efficient Technology
The motor is powered by a Neodym-Iron-Boron-Magnet ring, which allows the BioniX P120 to run much more efficiently than its predecessors. This saves energy and lowers the coil temperature without comprimising the performance.
200 to 2100 RPM regulated via PWM PST
With a wide range of regulation and the PWM Sharing Technology (PST), the BioniX P120 fan speed can be controlled synchronously with all your other fans together. This keeps noise at a minimum.
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.
|BioniX P120||BioniX F120||P12||F12||P12 PWM||F12 PWM|
|Size||120 x 120 x 27 mm||120 x 120 x 27 mm||120 x 120 x 25 mm||120 x 120 x 25 mm||120 x 120 x 25 mm||120 x 120 x 25 mm|
|Fan Speed||200–2100 RPM||200–1800 RPM||1800 RPM||1350 RPM||200–1800 RPM||230–1350 RPM|
|Airflow||67.56 CFM/114.79 m³/h (@ 2100 RPM)||69 CFM/117 m³/h (@ 1800 RPM)||56.3 CFM/95.7 m³/h (@ 1800 RPM)||53 CFM/90.1 m³/h (@ 1350 RPM)||56.3 CFM/95.65 m³/h (@ 1800 RPM)||53 CFM/90.1 m ³/h (@ 1350 RPM)|
|Noise Level||0.45 Sone (@ 2100 RPM)||0.5 Sone (@ 1800 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1800 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1350 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1800 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1350 RPM)|
|Control Type||PST||PST||Fixed Speed||Fixed Speed||PWM||PWM|
|Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Weight||140 g||129 g||139 g||107 g||139 g||105 g|
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Technical test crap below.
Using two of these on my h115i pro, they replaced the 1200 rpm stock corsair fans, the aio system is cooling a 5.0ghz all core i9-9900k which is a massive heat generator.
With the stock fans running a custom curve fan profile in Corsair iCue, and using OCCT to test, fans hit 100% at 30c coolant temp. Room ambient is held at 65F. CPU core temps on my 9900k averaged 81c after the coolant stabilzed at 37c with the stock fans. This is also with a perfect paste application of thermal grizzly kryonaut.
With the P140s on the radiator, iCue had no issue controlling them and they responded correctly to my custom fan curve.
Under the exact same testing scenario the fans stopped climbing on the curve at 1300rpm, the coolant stabilzed at 28c, and the cpu core averages were at 75c.
Both fans cap out at 1900-1910rpm.
This is a MASSIVE improvement over the factory ML140 fans that were included with the h115i pro.
As far as construction the white is a semi soft rubber type compound. The blades are of a high quality and interesting shape. The center logos are chrome and gloss black with a little plastic film cover you need to remove.
As far as noise is concerned, using them in my Phanteks P600S case they are much quieter at equal rpm to the ML140s that were on the cooler, and at mac rpm, while audible, they could be drowned out by a box fan on low somewhere in the room, or a window AC unit.
The screws that come with them are generic unpainted self tapping fan screws.
The fan connectors do have a male and female plug for linking more than one fan together. However I'm using them just plugged into the two corsair fan headers on the h115i.
The best part about it also is that it has rubber screw inserts making and reducing vibration noises when at full speed.
Compared to my previous 140mm NZXT AER140mm RGB fan it, I am more than happy to sacrifice RGB for quietness.
This is the sole reason why I stick to ARCTIC products.
EDIT 24APR19: Finally got the PWM function to work with all the fans. It makes a WHIRRING BUZZING sounds at anything roughly at 50% RPMs and below. I really like this fan but when im browsing and hanging out I don't want to hear that sound. So I am returning it. But if you plan on letting it be a wind tunnel then it is a GREAT product.
These fans are nice and quiet while still moving a large amount of air. Even at full speed you only hear the low pitched rush of air through the front of the case and no whining motor or fan blade noise. They look sharp and all of the cables are nicely sleeved in black. The split connectors are great too; allowing me to attach both fans to one of the two headers on the graphics card. These are great fans and I have always been a fan of Artic's products. They are less expensive than other major brands without sacrificing function or quality.
I removed one star because after messing with fan curves I noticed when the fans speed up from very low rpm they make a whining electric motor sound while accelerating only. Depending on how you have your fan curves set this sound will repeat as the fans speed up and slow down with varying system load. It can get annoying. I decided to keep the fans at a minimum of 30% speed to prevent this, but now they are louder and more noticeable, even if they are still relatively quiet. I would still recommend these fans over options at nearly twice the price, but it might be better to go with Noctua's less expensive redux line over these, although I do not personally have experience with them.
To be fair, these push a lot of air so there will be noise, especially if you have several fans like I do. I have 8 fans and replaced 4 of them. These push a LOT more air than my prior fans did that came with the case.
-The bearings appear to be good quality without a bunch of slop and turns freely. I would expect these bearings to have a significantly better than average life expectancy.
-The fans are beautiful!
-No lights on the ones I got. To me that's a plus, I work and play a lot at my computer and I don't want a bunch of light distracting me from my side vision. That's exactly what I was looking for.
-I like being able to daisy chain these and the fact that the speed can be controlled by the motherboard. Unfortunately for me, my motherboard isn't adjusting the speed but that's easy enough to fix with a switch and it's not the fault of the fan. Just keep in mind that you may need a bios update or a manual switch.
-When ordering, plan out the length of the wire leads that you will need. I ordered extension cables when ordering the fans.