Scan code: LN139964 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00286A

Arctic P8 MAX High-Performance 80 mm PWM Fan

80mm Arctic P8 MAX, Black, High-Performance, 5 Blade, Dual Ball Bearing, Upto 5000rpm, 40CFM Airflow, 4-Pin PWM

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Scan code: LN139964 Manufacturer code: ACFAN00286A
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Product Overview

Powerful Cooling

The P8 Max is a powerful fan with 500 to 5000 rpm.The fan delivers a static pressure of 5.3 mmH2O and generates an airflow of up to 40 cfm. It offers precise control of the fan speed via pulse width modulation (PWM) and is extremely efficient at 0.19 A. The P8 Max is ideal for 2U server racks, which often require a high airflow to effectively dissipate heat. In addition, it has a 0 dB mode for silent operation in IDLE.

Extremely Wide Speed Range

The P8 Max enables precise fan speed (500 to 5000 rpm) via pulse width modulation control, which can be adapted to the individual cooling requirements. The P8 Max enables silent operation when only a low airflow is required and provides a high performance level if needed.

Low Power Consumption

The P8 Max is distinguished by its extremely high efficiency. At a speed of 3000 rpm and a voltage of 12 volts, it requires only 0.669 watts, which corresponds to a current of 0.06 amps.

Optimised for High Static Pressure

The P8 Max delivers a focused airflow and guarantees a good airflow even with particularly high static pressure. Therefore, the P8 Max is also specially suitable for use on heat sinks, radiators, pinholes and filters.

Optimal for 2U Server Rack

Server cases such as 2U racks usually have a high component density, which means a high airflow is needed to effectively dissipate heat. A high static pressure capacity is therefore important to direct the airflow through the tight ducts inside the case. The P8 Max is ideal for 2U rack cases with 2-height units.

0 dB Mode - Zero rpm

The speed of the fan 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. This enables the P8 Max to be extremely flexible in adjusting the speed to optimally regulate the airflow for every case.

Designed for Continuous Operation

The 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 P8 Max is the perfect choice if you want to ensure permanent operation at high speeds.


• Fan Speed: 500–5000 rpm, (0 rpm under 5% PWM).
• Airflow: 40 cfm | 67.96 m³/h.
• Static Pressure: 5.3 mmH2O.
• Noise Level: 0.6 Sone.
• Operating Ambient Temperature: 0—40 °C.
• MTTF: > 500.000 h.
• Typical Voltage: 12 V DC.
• Starting Voltage: 3.2 V.
• Current | Voltage: 0.19 A | 12 V DC.
• Cable Length: 400 mm.

Pack Information
Edition P8 Max
Pack Type Single (1) Fan Standalone Pack
Includes 1 x 80mm Fan/s
Individual Fan Specifications
Fan Diameter 80mm
Fan Depth 25 mm
Fan Speed 500-5000 rpm
Fan Blades  
Fan Specialization  
Airflow 40 CFM
Air Pressure 5.3 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  
Cable length  
Connectors 1 x 4-pin
Additional Information
Scan Code LN139964
Model Number ACFAN00286A
GTIN 4895213704090

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