|Item model number||AFACO-09PP0-GBA01|
|Item Weight||3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.6 x 3.6 x 1.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.62 x 3.62 x 1.34 inches|
ARCTIC F9 PRO PWM PST - 92mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Low Noise PWM Controlled Case Fan with PST Feature & Anti-Vibration System
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- Unique Anti-Vibration System - Patented Vibration Absorption & Patented Fan Holder
- Add more fans to one control signal with Patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST)
- 700 - 2,000 RPM / Max. Airflow 39 CFM / 49.3 m³/h
- Fluid dynamic bearing assures long service life at a min. noise level of max. 0.4 sone
- 92 x 92 x 34 mm / 85g
- The ARCTIC F Pro PWM Fans outperforms others in market, in regards to their noise ratio.
- Deliver unbelievably quiet performance by patenter vibration absorption, this sophisticated feature absorbs vibration, caused by the motor of the fan. This way, the vibrations cannot be transmitted to the PC case and other components
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|Item Dimensions||3.62 x 3.62 x 1.34 in||3.7 x 3.7 x 1 in||1.1 x 3.6 x 3.6 in||0.98 x 3.62 x 3.62 in|
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This fan runs at nearly silent and the sound is pleasant at full rpms, but most of the time it runs at 500-600 rpm which is inaudible to my hearing. My whole case has noctuas in it, and while they are slightly more silent than these at similiar higher rpms, these at 1/3rd the cost make more sense for the avg user. Unless you need that completely silent pc go for them. They are pretty much inaudible at anything other than full speed. Attached a video for your references.
Their build quality is good but be careful upon installation, saw some reviews which mentioned issues none of which I've experienced, but doesn't hurt to be careful with the rubber casing.
Note: they only work for exhaust ports as the other side has rubber inserts for noise and vibration reduction. If you need them for intake usage get the non pro pwn version instead. Virtually the same as the pro except it works on both sides and cost a bit more.
Only downside I noted is there is a slight ticking noise you can hear if you put your ear right next to it. Inaudible from 1 feet away but i like to be detailed so letting you guys know. I noticed the same on the non pro version and didn't notice it on the noctua version. The nearly inaudible noise doesn't go away even on rubber inserts so it's just how the bearings might be.
No opinion of this as a fan for cooling a computer, though. That wasn't why I bought it.
like others have said -- it blows out!
-extra 4 pin connector
-Cable could be longer
-Doesn't pull much air
When I saw this far for only $6 I thought I had found a deal. Fluid hydraulic bearing, super-silent operation, rubber chasis even! It was a dream come true.
Does it blow air? Yes, it does that very well. Is the fan bearing near-silent? Absolutely. Is it PWM, able to be configured in your BIOS for quiet operation or ramped up as you see fit? Yup, not a problem if you know what you're doing.
What's the problem then? The stupid backing rubs the fan blades, causing a ticking or clicking noise. It basically ruins the whole product.
Let's be honest - if you bought this it's because you wanted a quiet fan. If you didn't want a quiet fan there are some really super-cheap sleeve bearing fans for even half the cost that will blow twice the air. Nope, you buy this one because it's quiet. And since it isn't quiet, what good is it?
If you want to know how I fixed the noise:
I took the backing off - the part that screws to your case and is connected to the fan unit with the rubber pieces. Be careful when you do that, you don't want to tear the rubber. Then I shaved off about 3-4mm off the edge of the cylinder with a hobby blde (exacto knife), and finished the job with a hand rotary tool (dremel) and ground down the edge so it didn't look like a hack job and was smooth and relatively even. Put it back together - used needle-nose pliers to tug the rubber bits until they snappped back where they were supposed to be - and had no real issues after that. Works OK now - but I question the merit of having to fix someone else's manufacturing mistakes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Always a fan of Arctic fans. Quiet and moves a ok amount of air, I like it.Published 2 days ago by Drpepper
There is very little clearance between fan blades and housing. The fan was shipped with other items which caused the housing to be displaced and contact the blades. Read morePublished 9 days ago by yuvgohbilj
Bought this as an exhaust on a micro ITX build to compliment the 120mm intake. The system is a naturally cool haswell i5/pascal 1070, but this is probably the quietest fan in my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TriangleEye
Loud and flimsy. It pushes air, especially when used in tandem, but I wouldn't want them within arms length of me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by j.as.on.tv
Works fine. It is a little touchy though when installing as if you make it too tight, the fan blades will either rub and make noise or may not turn at all. But no problem there. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeffrey A Bailey
Installed a pair of these for exhaust in my recent 4U server build. Very quiet and moves the right amount of air without all the noise. Like the anti-vibration feature.Published 4 months ago by Tom Davis
Good fan, works well and is almost silent. Make sure to read the dimensions as it is a bit thicker than normal fans and only blows one way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cody Jennewein
Very nice package. Comes with screws and long cable. Build quality seems excellent. It is very quiet as advertised.Published 4 months ago by Venelin Efremov