Connector 4-pin PWM
Blade Geometry Presure-optimized Nine Blade Design with Vortex-Control
Rotational Speed (+/- 10%) 1300 RPM
Rotational Speed with L.N.A. (+/- 10%) 900 RPM
Min. Rotational Speed (PWM, +/-20%) 300 RPM
Airflow 92,3 m�/h
Airflow with L.N.A. 63,4 m�/h
Acoustical Noise 19,8 dB(A)
Acoustical Noise with L.N.A. 12,6 dB(A)
Static Pressure 1,68 mm H2O
Static Pressure with L.N.A. 1,21 mm H2O
Max. Input Power 0,6 W
Max. Input Current 0,05 A
Voltage 12 V
MTBF > 150.000 h
Noctua NF-P12 PWM 120mm Fan
Low-Noise Adapter (L.N.A.)
30cm Extension Cable
4 Fan Screws
I have a 6700K with a R9 390.
These are the best Noctua's for use as a case fan.
I have used Noctua for years with not one problem.
I got a pair of these to replace the noisy fan at the front of my case, and man are they quiet.
I opted to use the LNA as the focus of my computer is for audio / music production, but even at these lower speeds the CPU is kept cool.I preferred this to the NF-F12, which was a bit louder (though not *loud* for most use cases).
These fans are not quiet.
The only reason I bought this one was that my 4 years old mini ITX computer became loud, and I wanted to make it quiet again by replacing the case fan and CPU cooler fan.
I bought both from Amazon Noctua brand because the reviews were glowing.
I'm not sure how the reviewers measure the noise coming from the fans, and don't understand what are their standards, but these fans were very disappointing.
But this one is subpar.