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140mm PWM high-speed
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Item Dimensions LxWxH 7.09 x 6.3 x 1.18 inches
Brand be quiet!
Power Connector Type 4-Pin
Voltage 12 Volts
Wattage 6 watts
Cooling Method Fan
Maximum Rotational Speed 1600 RPM

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  • Nine airflow-optimized fan blades that reduce noise-generating turbulence
  • Long life rifle bearing gives an operating lifetime of 80, 000 hours
  • A fan speed of 1, 600 rpm for extremely high air pressure
  • Even at maximum speed, operates at only 37. 3 dB(A)
  • Product conception, design and quality control in Germany

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The Pure Wings 2 140mm PWM high-speed fan offers excellent be quiet! Cooling in the entry-level class. The extremely high air pressure makes it the perfect choice for any system. Pure Wings 2 high-speed fans offer the highest level of reliability and excellent cooling with a virtually unbeatable price-performance ratio. Nine air flow optimized fan blades to reduce noise-causing air turbulence The durable rifle bearing provides an operating life of 80, 000 hours Even at maximum speed, the fan reaches only 37. 3 dB (A) Product concept, design and quality control in Germany Three years manufacturer's Air flow optimized fan blades For a perfect cooling. The fan blade surfaces are optimized to increase airflow and air pressure while reducing noise-causing turbulence. The recipe for effective cooling of Pure Wings 2 fans. The Pure Wings 2 140mm PWM high-speed fan is at maximum capacity only at 37. 3dB (A). Variable fan speed Volume and fan speed can be controlled by the pulse width modulation (PWM) via 4-pin fan controller. No matter if a maximum cooling capacity is required or rather a minimum volume. Both can be adjusted as needed. Rifle bearing technology The Pure Wings 2 140mm PWM high-speed fan stands for a very reliable operation and promises a very long life of up to 80, 000 hours. Technical Details Dimensions: 140mm Revolutions at 100% PWM / 12V (rpm): 1600 Air flow @ 100% PWM / 12V (cfm / m3 / h): 94. 2 / 160 Air pressure @ 100% PWM / 12V (mm H2O): 1. 82 Volume at 100% PWM / 12V (dB (A)): 37. 3

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 1, 2023
Size: 80mmStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 30, 2020
Size: 120mm PWMStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars In-Depth Comparison
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 30, 2020
Quiet to one person may certainly not be considered quiet by someone else. For that reason, fan reviews are rarely reliable. Testing with a decibel meter can technically prove one fan is quieter than another, but doesn’t address the quality of the sound. I can subjectively say the Pure Wings fans are quiet and comparatively sound more pleasant than many other fans... mostly because I’ve tested and used a lot of fans (see photos). This is a subjective comparison from someone who has tested a lot of fans

The Pure Wings are not the quietest fan and they don’t move the most air either. But, they are quiet enough and the sound they do make is extremely pleasant. I can detect no noticeable noise from the hub and the air from the blades has a soft sound. Below 600rpm, they are silent from any distance. Around 800rpm they become barely audible and are what I would consider quiet until 1200rpm. By 1500rpm, they are loud, but the noise is never harsh and does not drone at all. I run mine on a curve from 500rpm at idle and 1200rpm at load.

All fans will make noise if you spin them fast enough. What matters the most is the tone of that noise. I have fans that are technically quiet, but have an unpleasant sound either from blades that drone or hubs that whirr, tick, or whine. The Pure Wings have none of those negative qualities and are comparatively better than everything else I’ve tested.

For an alternative option, the Noctua Redux are the closest in terms of rpm and price. The Redux comes packaged the same as the Pure Wings, which is with nothing except 4 screws, both being an economy line. The Redux does have a higher static pressure than the Pure Wings, but that blade design also drones just a bit. The Arctic P12 are priced about the same and are receiving rave reviews. I would pass on those though. Two of mine make a noticeable tick and all of them have a whirring noise from the motor around 1200rpm. The best options sub-$15 are the Pure Wings or the Redux.

If you want to spend more, Be Quiet Silent Wings and Noctua Brown are the best in terms of performance and the quality of noise. NZXT retail fans are also quite good. I was not impressed with Cougar Vortex fans or Arctic P12. Avoid the Cooler Master MF at all costs, they have a subjectively loud tick that makes them unusable. Any Corsair fan I’ve tested moves a ton of air, but are always loud. Be Quiet and Noctua are the best choices in my opinion, even their economy lines are better than the vast majority of what’s out there from other brands.

**Update: I did some testing on the Pure Wings 140mm PWM non-high speed. That model has a rated rpm of 1000. I did have some trouble getting mine to 1000rpm using my digital fan hub, but instead topped out at 900rpm. I normally see a reduction due to dust filters and general case resistance, but it’s usually 50rpm or less. What I can say is that the 140mm is subjectively quieter than the 120mm at the same rpm, which is impressive given how quiet the 120mm is. My recommendation if you want the 140mm option is to buy the high speed version and set a custom fan curve. Or, buy the regular version and just run it at 80% to 100% all the time, which would work because it is so quiet.

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 29, 2023
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 28, 2023
Size: 120mm high-speedStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 16, 2021
Size: 120mm PWM high-speedStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars They're cool. Pun intended.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 16, 2021
I upgraded my PC a moon or two ago. Was using the stock AMD cooler that came with the processor, and running my various music softwares for more than 15 minutes inevitably crashed from the hotness of my dope tracks. Upgraded to the Cooler Master 212 cpu cooler, and noticed a huge difference, but because of the sheer magnitude of the thing, I had to reconfigure my case fans (namely, side panel fans). This caused my case to become pressure negative, and restricted airflow to my SLI graphics cards. I was dropping frames and freezing a bit while playing MTG Arena, which isn't even graphically intensive as modern games go. So, I again reconfigured my case, and found stability by cranking my fan controller to the max, and leaving the side panel open with those fans reinstalled. Not only is this abhorrent, but also made it loud, and again music production became awful sitting next to a wind tunnel. I almost put the fans on the OUTSIDE of my case like a HEATHEN, so I knew I had to find a better way.

I bought a new case that's got space for 5x 120mm fans, and the CM 212 can hold 2x 120mm in a push-pull configuration, so that's 7x 120mm fans in the photo. Also got a 4-pin 5-way splitter, so I can ditch the fan controller, and let the motherboard control fan speeds. 3 in the front pulling cold air, 1 top and 1 rear exhaust, and the push-pull setup on the cooler. All configured, it's kept my cpu below 60°c while under 80% load for an hour straight. The best part is that the overall volume is now a fraction of what it was, and I've got 2 fans more than I had before. I still have yet to stress test the graphics cards, but I believe that will be better as well, since I've got more air intake now, and they mostly only push heat through the rear expansion slots. I don't push the GPUs a lot anyway, I'm a filthy casual.

I did fiddle with plugging the new fans into the fan controller, and it did increase the volume, so that has some impact as I knew it would. Don't get me wrong, if I crank it up to the max, these fans do get rather loud. Even at max though, they're still only about 60% of the old fans' volume, and the breeze feels about the same. It's almost scary, because I can barely tell if they're working or not when my head is more than three feet away. It's hard to explain without hearing it yourself, but these fans have maybe a bit more gentle hums than most fans, but far less whirs and whines, and somewhat less windy wooshes. Basically, blowing out your birthday candles is louder than 7 of these fans, and moves the same amount of air.

All seven worked as expected, no duds. The PC gods smiled upon me this day.

PROS:
-Gosh darn quiet. Surprisingly so, even.
-Move a fair amount of air. So, there.
-Relatively cheap considering such high quality.
-4-pin PWM FTW.

CONS:
-No RGB. My PC is dark inside, and therefore less powerful now. I can pretend it's not, but I know it is.

TL;DR: These fans are quieter than the shy kid trying to talk to the girl he likes. They aren't cheaply made, even though the price suggests otherwise. If you really need RGB, you can still get LED strips. 100% recommend.
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 17, 2023
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FragileOptimist
3.0 out of 5 stars This might be the one I didn't use
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on December 4, 2019
Size: 80mmStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase
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Billy B.
5.0 out of 5 stars Silencieux
Reviewed in France 🇫🇷 on March 23, 2018
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2.0 out of 5 stars Naja, richtig gut ist anders.
Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on January 29, 2019
Size: 120mm PWMStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase
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Ian P
5.0 out of 5 stars Very quiet and works great!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on June 29, 2020
Size: 140mmStyle: Pure Wings 2Verified Purchase