80mm Panaflo FBA08A12L Ultra Low Noise DC Brushless 2Pin 58p @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Yes, it's today only, and yes not everyone has free delivery with Scan, so this won't be for everyone, but if anyone is ordering today and needs fans, then this is a great price for this fan. Posted on this basis only.
Not the quietest you can buy at any price, but still pretty quiet.
Panasonic's FBA08A12L low speed 80mm fan features a hydro wave (fluid dynamic) bearing for the lowest possible levels of noise, vibration, and harmonics. The 12L Panaflo 80mm fans are the most sought after fans by PC enthusiasts. No other fan can match the Panaflo's combination of real airflow and real noise ouput. While other fans may have similar numerical specifications, based on different measuring techniques. Most users have discovered that the Panaflo fan is quieter than similarly rated fans. At 24 CFM and 21dBA, this fan provides high airflow without excessive noise. An excellent choice for case cooling and for use as a case fan where low noise is required. Fan screws not included.

Noise: 21 dBA
Rotation Speed: 1900 RPM
Connectors (swappable): 2pin connector no adapter
Bearing Type: Hydro Wave
Current Draw: 0.1 A
Rated Voltage: 12 VDC


*** To get the CORRECT price you must press the buy button ON the Today Only page! ***

*** Do not use the buy button on the product's dedicated item page as it will add to your basket at the HIGHER price! ***
- Cuddy

This is more of an item filler.
FREE delivery with orders of £20 or more excl VAT: http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
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Very cheap
21db is pretty quiet, but how would I connect this to a 3 pin connector on the motherboard?
Voted Hot
Very cheap
21db is pretty quiet, but how would I connect this to a 3 pin connector on the motherboard?
Voted Hot

The lack of the third wire means no RPM sensor / feedback, so there is no advantage in connecting to the mobo for that (lack of) functionality. So one option is to remove the existing 2-pin and splice on a molex connector and connect direct to the PSU. Or you could do the same with a 3-pin connector, and just connect the two wires to the correct pins.
how much is the postage?
how much is the postage?

It's really not worth considering as a stand-alone purchase from Scan, only as a "top up" or as part of an order that already qualifies for free delivery. I only posted on that basis. Sorry.
how much is the postage?

Free if you buy about 40+ of them :) (and are using one of the free carriage promos :))
Thanks for the headsup on this. I don't think I would have spotted it buried in the top section of the TO page if you hadn't mentioned it :)

Have added a few to my basket and will checkout after tomorrow's TO update (yes the TO price in the basket "sticks" for a few days even if the TO page itself changes, I've done it loads of times across weekdays) :thumbsup:
(snip - ignore - was looking wrong place :))
father murphy
It's expired actually...

No it isn't. You need to press the "Buy" button on the TO page itself to get the correct price in the basket. Do not goto the item's own product page and use the "Buy" button there as this will get you the wrong price :)
The 12L Panaflo 80mm fans are the most sought after fans by PC enthusiasts

That's "were" not "are". These fans were once the tops (and I've paid a fortune for them) but now they've been overtaken by events. OK if you want a few cheap quiet fans to cool a power amplifier, but in a PC get 120mm fans.

I'm never quite sure how quiet a fan is when people say they are "quiet" (I don't work in db) but I'd certainly be willing to find out for 58p! Voted hot.

Also, I and many other people have a mATX case, in which case this size fan is perfect. They may also fit media centre-type cases, but I'm not sure.

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