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300 - 1500 RPM
68 - 82.5 CFM
19.2 - 24.6 dB
- 43 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Zeus - Dual Xeon Development Box
Noctua low noise, high quality, high CFM. Great case fan.
- 42 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Proxmox (Plex) Server
It's a quiet 140mm PWM fan. I like it so much, I have 6.
- 40 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build Black Panther
Almost inaudible, especially on idle, web browsing etc.
- 33 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build i5 mini Skylake PC
I replaced the 200mm case fan with this Noctua fan so that I could control it via PWM so at idle it is at minimum rpm and silent.
- 27 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Entry Level Gaming PC
Pushes a ton of air at low RPMs making it completely inaudible. Used as my front intake and rear exhaust. Make a annoying whining noise when changing rpms though.
- 24 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Black and Red build for 1440p/144hz gaming in a Nano S.
I upgraded the radiator fans to the noctuas because they are quieter and more effective than the ones packaged with the cooler. I kept the 140mm fractal case fan both for aesthetics and because my case is generally pretty cool and that fan doesn't get spun too fast so it stays quiet. If I wanted to improve here I could get an airflow noctua to replace it and a 120mm airflow noctua for the bottom of the case to feed the 1070 more cool air. Doesn't seem worth the $35 though.
- 21 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Tri-Fire 290X Gaming / Work PC
Super silent and great specs
- 20 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Tesseract - Mini ITX Powerhouse
I chose this as my exhaust fan because it moves a lot of air quietly. Like it is basically silent. Amazing.
- Intel Core i7-4770K (@4.2GHz)
- GeForce GTX 980
- AMD FX-8350 (@4.7GHz)
- Radeon HD 7950 (x2)
- Intel Core i7-4790K
- Radeon R9 290