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Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm Fan

( 4.6 Average / 202 Ratings )





Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition

Part #






Air Flow

67.8 CFM

Noise Level

24.0 dbA


1150 RPM

Static Pressure

0.84 mm/H2O

Bearing Type



Static Pressure (mm/H2O): 0.84 mm/H2O
Power Draw (@ +12V): 0.1A
The AF140 Quiet Edition is a great choice for a quiet side panel intake or case exhaust, or even a 'pull' fan for a radiator or heatsink.
Eleven ultra-thin blades for excellent airflow at very low noise levels.
Custom fan enclosure for ducting air in the right direction with minimal interference.
Advanced Hydraulic Bearing for reliable, quiet operation.
Rubberized corners for sound damping when installed with standard screws.
User-replaceable colored rings so you can match your fans to your case
Included voltage step-down adapter for even quieter operation.

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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build My First Build...

A very quiet fan. Installed easily.

from completed build Desert Thunder

I replaced the case stock fans with Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition fans. I love these fans as they are very quiet for the amount of air they move. They also look good. There was only one snag with the fans and their installation. The power cables on the AF140 fans are not very long. They would not reach the motherboard fan headers from the front of my Corsair 750D case. I had to go to Fry’s Electronics to get a couple of 3 pin cable extensions.

from completed build RedRanger - First Gaming PC

Used as an exhaust, its connected directly to the case fan header running at full speed with no noticeable noise. Excellent.

from completed build Contrast - New Build 2015

Great fans, quiet, with ample airflow.

from completed build The HP Snowy Phoenix

Super quiet.. needs better CFM though.

from completed build Silent But Deadly

These fans look great and are incredibly quiet. First time I turned it on and they spooled down after start-up I thought the computer died because they were so quiet. The interchangeable color trim around the edge is great for matching your setup.

from completed build First Build Gaming/ Fun

Loud when running at full speed (Probably also has to do with my positioning). Moves a lot of air and easy to install.

from completed build Puff The Magic Dragon

These move a lot of air - and are very quiet while doing it. Wish they were PWM but oh well.

from completed build Zoomy 2.0

Quiet, Cool, and Matches any build.

This fan... is okay. I like it for the most part, but I really want to like it more. The fan screw holes don't come pre-threaded, which makes for a really tough time screwing it in at first. And to add insult to injury, the part that should have the thread in it is made out of really malleable rubber which isn't held in much at all. So what you get is a piece of rubber bulging out nearly to the point of tearing as you try reealy hard to screw the screw in. Not too fun. But after you get the screw through once (heads up, I'd recommend putting all the screws through first outside of the case to get the threads in), it's twice as easy. That shouldn't have to be done though. The rest of the fan is alright. There's moderately good airflow at full speed, definitely enough for an exhaust. And even at full speed it's dead silent, which is an upside.