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- NF-A14 industrialPPC-3000 PWM
- NF-A14 iPPC-3000 PWM
Brown / Black
800 - 3000 RPM
- 85 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Tölva 2.0
Powerful fan! over 60% is getting laud, but the performance in range 40-60% is superb
- 54 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build So, I did a thing...
I have 2 of these bad boys strapped to the brick that is the D15S. They are quiet enough that I can't hear them when gaming, cool enough that my PC wont start a fire in the hell that is Australian climate, and have a long enough warranty that my children will inherit these one day.
- 39 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Downsizing my linux workstation | FT03-Mini + Xeon V3
With a 4-Pin PWM, at idle it makes little sound while keeping everything cool. At full speed, this could be a jet engine.
It's the only fan in my Mini-ITX case and it also cools the H60 radiator. Temps on my GPU and CPU are better than the 212 EVO in mid tower. Those results speak for themselves.
- 29 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build Work PC
Idle noise definitely went up a few dB. But worth it, considering my GPUs dropped 20C from getting colder air and exhausting the hot air.
- 23 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Overclock until it Megahertz
Expensive but amazing! I run it at 20-25% PWM at idle and never ever allow it to go above 50% it goes into server level sound range. If the compressor of your vacuum cleaner gives up, don't worry just put an NF-A14 in it you will not see the difference!
- 16 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Windstärke V1
I like to think of this as civilized Delta fan that won't fry a fan header. It moves a ton of air with a ton of force behind it. Its loud but that is expected for a 3KRPM fan. The only real downside to this is that it requires a good amount of voltage to get started so a normal voltage reducer isn't likely to work for it.
- 15 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Sleeping Panda (2017 rebuild of 2014 PC)
really loud, and without the right software to control them, good luck.
I love the black, I replace the brown rubber with black rubber
I use AI suite 3 from ASUS to mange the fans so they are nice and quiet. I can also set the fans to maximum, which I mostly only do for overclock testing / benchmarking purposes....
or if I want to move the air in my 25 x 17 foot room around... . .
- 14 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build VR dominator/1440p Monster
MY GOD when i first installed these i had 5 of these and 2 120mm's hooked up to a silverstone fan hub, and they all went full tilt 100%, i swear to you i could barely hear myself think. I went to the backyard and i promise you i could easily still hear my pc with the back door shut and all windows closed, albeit i was sitting in a chair right outside the back door and my pc is in my dining room about 5 ft from the back door. after fixing this full tilt problem these fans still push a tremendous amount of air and are pretty quiet also, i would definitely recommend getting a few of these if you are looking at them #brwnFanMR
- 14 points
- 15 days ago
from completed build Q1 2020 Workstation ATX Build (3950x + 2080S @3440x1440 100Hz)
Thrice as much air movement as another standard fan, and at least ten times as loud, so don't forget the fan curve!
- Intel Core i5-4590
- GeForce GTX 960
- AMD Threadripper 1950X
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
- Intel Core i7-8700K
- GeForce GTX 1080