ARCTIC F9 PWM PST - Standard Low Noise PWM Controlled Case Fan with PST Feature
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- 92 x 92 x 25 mm PWM controlled standard case fan
- 800 - 1,800 RPM / Max. Airflow 43 CFM (73.1 m/h)
- Two way installation possible
- Fluid dynamic bearing assures long service life at a min. noise level of max. 0.4 sone
- Add more fans to one control signal with Patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST)
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Searching for a quiet fan, i ran onto this one.
This fans runs at 1800rpm max which is less than the fan from the HTX3. The decrease in fan speed made my cpu increase the temp by 3ºC which is not much. However the decrease in sound is like 1/3 of the cooler master's and thats AWESOME!!
The noisiest part of my pc now is the video card fan, which now ive decided to change for the arctic Accelero twin turbo pro.
The only complaint i have is the manual which is not very clear, i had problems when connecting the pwm fans together
as the fans got 3 connections
A) 4 pin female which goes into the motherboard or fan speed controller
B) 4 pin male which helps to connect up to 5 fans
C) 3 pin female (which i didnt know you had to connect at the B connector so your motherboard recognizes it properly)
If you are looking for a quiet, nice looking and cheap fan... go for these ones!! 100% silent!!
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Arctic F12 PMW fan provides strong air flow and is very quiet. Fan speed is 600-1350 RPM. Air flow is 74 CFM/126 m3/h. Noise level 22.5 dBA. In attached video I am demonstrating the fan with an open computer case so you can see and hear the fan in operation. The fan has an option for 3 pin or 4 pin connector. It is compatible with a mother board that supports various fan speeds.
The length of the wire from the fan box to the 4 pin connector is 14", the length of wire to the 3 pin connector is 11". The controller wire is 11". Arctic wiring allows you to daisy chain several fans together so you can run them from one MB connector. If your case does not have a lot pf MB connections it is a useful option. All fans in a daisy chain speed up and slow down at the same time. All fans in the daisy chain need to be PWM compatible to share the PWM connection.
The key to a fan construction is its bearing. Arctic fans use flued dynamic bearing. This is a pretty high end bearing. This design typically provide a fairly long time of service and this is reflected in a 6 year warranty offered by Arctic.
This fan was provided for me by Arctic for testing and review. Bottom line: this a very good case fan. I would recommend it.
Ali Julia review
I do not blame the fans (although they are the ones making the noise), it is because the motherboard controls the fan's rpm via PWM instead of using voltage control. Whenever I turn off the motherboard's fan control no annoying whistling noise, but a little bit of fan noise which is something I can live with.
What is unique about these fans is that one can daisy chain up to 3 fans by their power connectors to a single 3 or 4 pin motherboard fan header, which I find unique to the brand and VERY useful.
After one week, I find that they rarely exceeded ~25dB or 0.38 sones (tested with a Class2 Noise Dosimeter), which is really good actually and air cooling was sufficient with 2 fans to keep my rig much cooler than my old Antec Sonata III.
I do however recommend checking out the vendor website as at the time of writing this, the same fans cost $5.95 @ $3.50 shipping per unit (qty.2) and I regret having purchased them from Amazon without purchasing more items to equal $25 or more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This Artic F8 PWM fan is 80mm square. It is a PWM (pulse width modulated) fan so has 4 wires from the fan. But the fan wiring is very unique. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Skylark
I got 5 of these PWM fans for $25. You cannot beat that. These work very well, are quiet, and move a ton of air.Published 14 days ago by Papa T
Very nice....cools my computer like a Ice-Pop...in fan-form. Don't stick your fingers in it....WILL DRAW BLOOD! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Haynat
I've had a set of these about 6 months. Running all 5 in my computer and they work great. The PWM works well, and they pig tail together so installation is a breeze.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great for the price, good quality. Not especially quiet or loud. Great price.Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Added these to a case I was building and they work great.
Pretty quiet, does the job it was intended to do. Keeps the air moving in the case.