Scan code: LN145429 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00289A

Arctic P12 MAX High-Performance 120 mm PWM Fan (5 Pack)

120mm Arctic P12 MAX (5 Pack), Black, 5 Blade, Dual Ball Bearing, Upto 3300rpm, 81.04CFM Airflow, 4-Pin PWM

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Scan code: LN145429 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00289A
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120mm P12 Max PWM Case Fans (5-Pack) from Arctic

120mm P12 Max PWM Case Fans

Highly Efficient Case Fan The P12 Max PWM Fan is Arctic's latest addition to the high performance fan range, featuring 0 dB Mode for silent efficiency and an optimised fan blade design for incredible cooling performance. The 5-fan blade design, low-vibration motor and rubber pads provide optimised airflow with incredibly low noise levels, perfect for use on radiators and heatsinks.

120mmPWM Fan

200-3300 RPMPWM Speed Range

81.04 CFMMax. Airflow

Designed for Continuous Operation

Dual Ball Bearing

Dual Ball BearingThe ball bearing of the Japanese manufacturer NMB ensures a particularly long service life. Compared to sleeve bearings, ball bearings produce a significantly higher bearing noise. Therefore, the P12 Max is the perfect choice if you want to ensure permanent operation at high speeds.

Extremely Wide Speed Range

High Performance

Outstanding PerformanceBuilding upon the success of the P12 PWM, the P12 Max extends the controllable speed to an impressively wide range from 200 rpm up to 3300 rpm. This enables a quiet operation when low airflow is needed and also an unprecedented level of performance on heatsinks and radiators. The P12 Max provides a significant performance boost to existing air and water cooling solutions.

Maximum Performance Without Compromises

high static pressure

high static pressureThe P12 Max delivers focused airflow and high static pressure, making it suitable for all scenarios. The fan is optimised for use on radiators, heat sinks, pinholes, and mesh. Therefore, the P12 Max is the ideal fan for enthusiasts and professionals who are looking for maximum performance with a long service life.

Operates Silently when Idle

high static pressure

0 dB Mode — Zero rpmThe fan speed can be throttled down to a standstill via PWM. This allows silent operation in IDLE and at the same time guarantees maximum performance when required. Thus, the P12 Max allows an incomparably dynamic adjustment of the speed, so that the airflow can be perfectly regulated for every case.

Pressure Stability without Compromise

high static pressure

Improved StabilityThe P12 Max features a closed fan-wheel design. In scenarios with high-pressure resistances and higher speeds, the force effect is distributed uniformly over the entire fan wheel and enables low-vibration rotation while maintaining high static pressure.

Maximum Smoothness, Minimum Vibration

high static pressure

sinus-magnetisingDue to a sinus-magnetising, the new motor only creates about 5% of the vibration from commutation of a regular DC-motor without filter. The rubber pads mounted at the corners additionally dampen the residual vibrations caused by the higher revolutions.

Pack Information
Edition P12 Max
Pack Type Five (5) Fan Standalone Pack
Includes 5 x 120mm Fan/s
Individual Fan Specifications
Fan Diameter 120mm
Fan Depth 25 mm
Fan Speed 200 - 3300 rpm rpm
Fan Blades 5
Fan Specialization Airflow/Pressure
Airflow 81.04 CFM
Air Pressure 4.35 mm H²O
Sound Level (dBA)  
Sound Level (Sone) 0.6 Sone
Motor Type  
Bearing Type Dual Ball Bearing
Manual Speed Controller No
Fan Colour Black
LED Colour  
MTBF >500000 Hours
Fan Fixing Screw Fixing
Cable length 400 mm
Connectors 1 x 4-pin PWM
Additional Information
Scan Code LN145429
Model Number ACFAN00289A
GTIN 4895213704106

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RTB Period:
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