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Scan code: LN30097 Manufacturer code: NF-P14

Noctua NF-P14 FLX Vortex-Control 120/140mm Quiet Case Fan

120/140mm Noctua NF-P14 FLX Vortex-Control Quiet Case Fan

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Scan code: LN30097 Manufacturer code: NF-P14
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Product Overview Following in the footsteps of the successful NF-P12, the NF-P14 is a highly optimized, premium quality 140mm fan with Vortex-Control Notches for superb quietness and outstanding aerodynamic efficiency. Metal reinforcements, SCD2 technology and Noctua's premium grade SSO-Bearing guarantee exceptional running smoothness and excellent long-term stability. Using the same hole-spacing as common 120mm fans and achieving a superior airflow/noise ratio, the NF-P14 is ideal for upgrading 120mm CPU or case fans. Features • 140mm Impeller with Vortex Control Notches: Thanks to its psycho-acoustically optimised nine blade impeller with staggered Vortex-Control Notches, the NF-P14 combines superb quietness with exceptional airflow and static pressure.
• Metal Reinforcements: Both the impeller hub and the bearing shell of the NF-P14 are metal reinforced in order to achieve ultimate manufacturing precision, high durability and vibration-free running.
• Round frame with 120mm mounting holes: Using a round frame with the same hole-spacing as common 120mm fans and producing more airflow due to its larger diameter, the NF-P14 is a perfect upgrade for 120mm CPU or case fans. Thanks to the supplied adaptors, the NF-P14 also fits common 140mm mounting holes.
• 3 speed settings for full flexibility: Providing 1200, 900 and 750 rpm speed settings via the supplied Low-Noise and Ultra-Low-Noise Adapters, the NF-P14 FLX (Flexibility) can be fine-tuned for superior airflow or maximum quietness.
• Smooth Commutation Drive 2: The latest version of Noctua's advanced SCD drive system ensures superb running smoothness by eliminating torque variations and switching noises.
• SSO-Bearing: Noctua's time-tested SSO-Bearing technology has become synonymous with supremely quiet operation and exceptional long-term stability.
• Blade Geometry: NF-P14 Blade Design with VCN.
• Static Pressure: 0.53 - 1.29 mm H2O.
• Input Power: 1.2 W.
• Input Current: 0.1 A.
• Voltage Range: 12 V.
• MTBF: > 150,000 h.
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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