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3700 - 4500 RPM
3.88 - 4.83 CFM
12.9 - 17.89 dB
- Flow Acceleration Channels
- Reduced Motor Hub Size
- AAO Frame
- Stepped Inlet Design
- Inner Surface Microstructures
- Integrated Anti-Vibration Pads
- Smooth Commutation Drive 2
- Low-Noise Adaptor for full flexibility
- 3 to 2-pin Adaptor and Polarity Protection
- OmniJoin Adaptor Set
- 31 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build 190921 Deadpan Demiurge
If you don't like little fans, you probably don't like little dogs. Both can sense that you are evil.
- 28 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build "Black Cherry" - 1st Build
Very powerful fan for its size! using it to keep my Samsung SM951 128GB cool.
- 20 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build The Return Of The Jedi aka "Yoda Of Dagobah"
My mobo (Asus Tuf Mark 1 Z270) has a little slot in its "thermal armor" under a removable cover for installation of a 40mm fan... From my modest research it doesn't seem to make much of a difference (maybe 1-2 degrees Celsius under high load, and the evidence was mostly anecdotal), but I couldn't just leave that slot empty! Plus, I always wanted to tell at dinner parties about having a 40mm fan installed into my motherboard armor (just kidding, I don't do dinner parties).
Sorry for the long story. This particular fan is of a high quality. I read about people running it for years non-stop doing minor cooling jobs. It's quiet and it's a very cute little guy! Just looking at the specs I couldn't find anything better for my needs but we all know that fans' specs have to be taken with a grain of salt. Noctua's reputation in that regard though hasn't been challenged yet, to the best of my knowledge. So I trust it moves few CFMs just fine and maybe even cools something while at it XD I named mine Quincy as I feel that this is a very special mighty little fan. A little fan that could.
Have to mention that the packaging was impressive. Contrasts highly with a simple crappy box my Intel CPU came in.
P.S. When installing the fan under the motherboard armor I had to use regular screws that came with the case, as the supplied fan screws seemed to be too large.
- 15 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build Early Xmas 2017 - Thou Shalt Last
What a tiny lovely little piece of a cooler!! <3 Looks like a small toy! No problems so far... Can't really hear it... but I hope its working over there... Very expensive in Brazil though... hahaha... But I simply HAD to get one since I found out my Z270 Mark 1 motherboard had a tiny spot for a small fan...
- Intel Core i7-3770K (@4.1GHz)
- GeForce GTX 780
- Intel Core i7-4770K (@4.2GHz)
- GeForce GTX 980
- Intel Core i7-4770K (@4.7GHz)
- GeForce GTX 780