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Noctua NF-F12 PWM 55.0 CFM 120mm Fan

( 4.9 Average / 93 Ratings )




Part #






Air Flow

43.7 - 55.0 CFM

Noise Level

18.6 - 22.4 dbA


300 - 1500 RPM

Bearing Type

SSO2-Bearing (second generation self-stabilising oil-pressure bearing)


Focused Flow frame for pressure demanding applications such as heatsinks and radiators.
Advanced aerodynamic design measures improve efficiency and make the fan's sound pattern more agreeable to the human ear.
Integrated Anti-Vibration Pads minimise the transmission of minute vibrations.
SSO2 Bearing and a metal bearing shell guarantee superior long-term stability.
Low-Noise Adaptor reduces the maximum fan speed from 1500 to 1200rpm.

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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build Silent Lightning

Best. Fan. Ever. Quiet, efficient, powerful.

from completed build The Little Block Bstrd

Okay, let me just say that there's really very little difference in performance between a Noctua fan and a regular fan. But since it came bundled with all the accessories, it was worth the price. I needed a splitter as well as a PWM extension. All of which came with the Noctua fan and bundled all nicely and stuff. Also Anti-vibration studs. Also it's pretty damn quiet.

from completed build Wonderful Workstation

Quiet and delivers a nice blast of air through my Coolermaster Seidon 120V radiator with much less noise than the OEM fan. PWM speed control adjusts quickly with CPU temp as programmed in the BIOS. Just a good solid no-frills, no-LEDs, no-BS fan that does its job.