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Arctic P14 Silent - Pressure-optimised Extra Quiet 140mm Fan, £5.48 at Amazon (+£4.48 non prime)
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Arctic P14 Silent - Pressure-optimised Extra Quiet 140mm Fan, £5.48 at Amazon (+£4.48 non prime)

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These are very decent fans for the money. I bought a multi-pack of them to change over Cooler Master fans, whichwere supposed tobe brilliant. I emailed Cooler MAster and created a ticket as I had 3 x AIO 240mm Coolers, but they couldn't be bothered to respond. As a cheap fix, so I thought, I put these on in their 120mm form. Near enough silent unless at 100% rpm.... Heartily recommend and I shall be purchasing more. Good Find!!
aidan.conway04/02/2020 19:00

These are very decent fans for the money. I bought a multi-pack of them to …These are very decent fans for the money. I bought a multi-pack of them to change over Cooler Master fans, whichwere supposed tobe brilliant. I emailed Cooler MAster and created a ticket as I had 3 x AIO 240mm Coolers, but they couldn't be bothered to respond. As a cheap fix, so I thought, I put these on in their 120mm form. Near enough silent unless at 100% rpm.... Heartily recommend and I shall be purchasing more. Good Find!!



The PWM ones?
No, I never bother anymore with them. You can get a little 'hub' for about £2 from Ebay. Hook this to the CPU pins, then hook all the fans to it. The whole machine will then run according to the CPU temperature, much easier and the fans are cheaper, much cheaper. Also added benefit of some unscrupulous Motherboard Manufacturers putting non controlled headers on their mobo's, here's looking at you AS Rock!!! So, no F12's I find the quietest, but they are an ugly white. I only have ever used them on Coolers wher ethey aren't seen. HEre's the link, although I am sure they were nearer to a tenenr?
amazon.co.uk/ARC…AZW
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


Here's the hubs on Amazon, but half this from Ebay if you aren't in a hurry for them...
aidan.conway04/02/2020 19:07

No, I never bother anymore with them. You can get a little 'hub' for about …No, I never bother anymore with them. You can get a little 'hub' for about £2 from Ebay. Hook this to the CPU pins, then hook all the fans to it. The whole machine will then run according to the CPU temperature, much easier and the fans are cheaper, much cheaper. Also added benefit of some unscrupulous Motherboard Manufacturers putting non controlled headers on their mobo's, here's looking at you AS Rock!!! So, no F12's I find the quietest, but they are an ugly white. I only have ever used them on Coolers wher ethey aren't seen. HEre's the link, although I am sure they were nearer to a tenenr?https://www.amazon.co.uk/ARCTIC-F12-Standard-Configuration-possible/dp/B00NTUJRHK/ref=pd_aw_sbs_147_7?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00NTUJRHK&pd_rd_r=98656039-c0a5-4ace-a8d1-9fae17fce714&pd_rd_w=nCIyJ&pd_rd_wg=TEiyE&pf_rd_p=0208d703-a674-4413-8899-c3889837d212&pf_rd_r=BQY81433JX3CEXBVRAZW&psc=1&refRID=BQY81433JX3CEXBVRAZW


But they're fixed speed fans, do they even have a PWM/VR function? Also, isnt running several fans from one PWM CPU header is a little dodgy too, they're limited to a pretty low current?
marteee04/02/2020 19:22

But they're fixed speed fans, do they even have a PWM/VR function? Also, …But they're fixed speed fans, do they even have a PWM/VR function? Also, isnt running several fans from one PWM CPU header is a little dodgy too, they're limited to a pretty low current?



Not fixed speed. Just how they are controlled. You should be able to choose PVM, Fixed or Voltage in you MB Settings for each header?
aidan.conway04/02/2020 19:27

Not fixed speed. Just how they are controlled. You should be able to …Not fixed speed. Just how they are controlled. You should be able to choose PVM, Fixed or Voltage in you MB Settings for each header?


But they don't support PWM (don't have a 4-p[in connector so cant possibly), so I would assume only voltage control can control the speed so how does that PWM signal splitter work? Does it translate in a way that the 3-pin can use to manipulate via voltage reduction?
No, they dont support PWM, but why do they need to? Vintage control is in the end the same thing? Just use them all as voltage controlled... or keep the cpu as pwm if you need to and make the others voltage controlled if you have enough headers on your board. Just tell the bios which way to control the fans individually?
I have the 120mm (P12) PWM version of these push pull on an AIO, very, very good fans at a fraction of the cost of something like Noctua. I got them £7.77 delivered off eBay.
Will this work in my bathroom? That sounds like a Boeing
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