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CRYORIG - XF140 76 CFM 140mm Fan

( 4.2 Average / 5 Ratings )






Part #






Air Flow

76 CFM

Noise Level

23 dB


700 - 1300 RPM

Bearing Type

HPLN Bearing


HPLN Low Noise Bearing, Integrated Acoustic Vibration Absorbers, Static Pressure and Air Flow Optimized Fan Blade, PWM Fan Control

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


mhanson101 8 points 39 months ago
from completed build Daily Driver

I have to say, it was my mistake for not paying attention, but I was really annoyed to find out that this was a 140mm fan with 120mm mounting holes. I don't particularly care for that design in general, I think the applications are even more limited than a 140mm with 140mm mounting holes, but I digress. They were unusable for my original intent. Great fans though, luckily I was able to use one in this system.

7y13rb 7 points 34 months ago
from completed build First gaming PC Build

I bought these after the computer was built and they provide pretty good cooling. the XF140 is very quit and both are decent fans.

Dizzlepop12 11 points 29 months ago

Pretty loud, but it moves a lot of air and my fan controller helps bring the noise down a bit.

sharksntacos 19 points 14 months ago
from completed build First Build - Ranger

These are awesome! Great build quality, barely audible when you adjust the fan curves and move tons of air. Wanted to mount both on the top but have some conflict with the CPU power cable so only have on on top and one mounted on the front case intake. I am so impressed with these I will eventually swap out both the included 3pin Phanteks fans for more Cryorigs and might even change the stock cooler to an H7 or R7.

Bubi 1 point 14 months ago
from completed build Project #Käfer

I love Cryorig fans, they are silent and do boast performance numbers when needed.