Scan code: LN113059 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00198A

Arctic F12 PWM PST 4-pin White Cooling Fan

120mm Arctic F12 PWM PST, 9 Blade, 1350rpm, 53CFM, Fluid Dynamic Bearing, White, 4-pin

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Scan code: LN113059 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00198A
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Product Overview

Long Service Life

The hydrodynamic plain bearing is equipped with an oil capsule so that loss of the lubricant is avoided. For this reason, this bearing is as quiet as a plain bearing but has a significantly longer service life.

Perfect Fan Regulation

The PWM function signals via the motherboard exactly at which speed the fan must run. This guarantees maximum cooling performance with a minimum noise level.

PWM Sharing Technology

If you want to improve the efficiency of your cooling in the PC, you can also connect several case fans in parallel (the noise level is only twice as loud with 10 or more fans). But what does that help you if they don't work together? The PST function ensures that all case fans work on a signal. For example, you share your CPU cooler PWM signal and thus ensure that your case fans only turn up and down when necessary.

Innovative Design for Quiet and Efficient Ventilation

The innovative design of the fan blades improves the air flow and the possibilities for significantly more efficient ventilation. The fan wheel has been designed with a focus on minimal noise and offers improved airflow and pressure.

• 120mm Fan
• Fluid Dynamic Bearing
• Long Service Life
• 230 - 1350 RPM
• PWM PST Fan Control

Pack Information
Edition F12 PWM PST (WHITE)
Pack Type Single (1) Fan Standalone Pack
Includes 1 x 120mm Fan/s
Individual Fan Specifications
Fan Diameter 120mm
Fan Depth  
Fan Speed 230 ~ 1350 rpm
Fan Blades 9
Fan Specialization  
Airflow 53 CFM
Air Pressure 1.00 mm H²O
Sound Level (dBA)  
Sound Level (Sone) 0.3 Sone
Motor Type  
Bearing Type Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Manual Speed Controller No
Fan Colour White
LED Colour  
Fan Fixing Screw Fixing
Cable length 400 mm
Connectors 1 x 4-pin
Additional Information
Scan Code LN113059
Model Number ACFAN00198A
GTIN 4895213702935

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120 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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