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ARCTIC F14 PWM PST - 140 mm PWM PST Case Fan, Silent Cooler with Standard Case, PST-Port (PWM Sharing Technology), Regulates RPM in sync, Fan Speed: 200-1350 RPM

Brand - Arctic

Average rating 3.86

30 Reviews | 0 Votes

£8.20
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140x140x25 mm / 300-1300 rpm / 131.4 m3-h, 77.3 CFM / 0.5 sone / PWM fan control / double ball bearing technology

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Amazon Customer Review

Bought for just under £7 and the fan is great. Good air flow and solid pressure, and fairly quiet at full speed. Very impressive for the price. Most companies charge twice as much for the same performance.

Feb 29, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

An excellent fan and is exactly as described. Silent, high CFM and great value. Only issue is they give you silver screws with a black fan.

Feb 10, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

Half a year later in my pc and they are inaudible.
Relatively easy to clean the dust off them as well with a vaccuum and a brush. They make my sound dampening case live up to it's name

Jan 07, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

Standard fan mountings so no complaints there. Installed easily and damn are they quiet. Used them as case fans and I can barely tell they're on when at low speed. High speed you hear them but nowhere near my previous fans. Louder than my noctuas but there's no surprise there as they're a good deal cheaper. A good choice if you don't fancy spending lots.

Jan 02, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

I'm building an ultra silent pc, and being a fan of arctic cooling products and liking their clean black and white colourscheme thought I would swap my f14pwm fans for this silent version.

It's possibly my fault for not reading the description properly, but surprisingly the silent fans are not pwm, they're three pin dc fans. I just assumed everything was pwm by now.

So while they are quiet, they're not actually as quiet as the pwm version which is able to spin at lower rpm, and the pwm version is also able to spin faster and push a lot more air when the system is being pushed hard.

Also a shame that a silent fan just comes with standard screw mounts and not noctua style silicone rubber pull through mounts, or even silicone pads on the corners of the frames, but then again they are cheap.

Dec 21, 2019

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Amazon Customer Review

Updated 31/12/2019

Again like the 120mm fan it developed bearing noise in under 2 weeks causing a grinding whirring sound when spinning up and down. I thought arctic fans were good but I guess I was wrong here. £6 would be better used towards a noctua 140mm redux fan instead.

I dont think I was unlucky here I think Arctics QC needs examining.

Bought 2 for top mounted exhaust fans, due to my case a coolermaster mb520 I could only mount a single fan as the 12v motherboard connector got in the way. Despite this setback the single 140mm fan is able to move air very well. This is a great cheap fan, I think the only downside is the flimsy power cable. For under £6 you cant really go wrong

Dec 13, 2019

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