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Noctua - NF-A8 PWM 32.66 CFM 80mm Fan

( 5.0 Average / 9 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Noctua

Part #

NF-A8 PWM

Color

Brown

Size

80mm

Air Flow

25.84 CFM - 32.66 CFM

Noise Level

13.8 dB - 17.7 dB

RPM

450 - 2200 RPM

Static Pressure

2.37 mmH₂O

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Reviews

NBH 33 points 36 months ago
from completed build i5 mini Skylake PC

I added these fans to the rear to exhaust any hot air and used the included splitter cable from one of the fans. I was expecting them to be noisier but they are very quiet.

It is possible to add a second fan onto my CPU cooler. If I did I doubt these fans would be required as the second CPU cooler fan would be very close to the rear of the case but I guess these help with general case air flow.

Upgrade 32 points 31 months ago
from completed build Mini ITX Cougar QBX Kaze

No complains

JudahRoars 20 points 20 months ago

I bought this fan for a short fix to mount on a side panel while overclocking. It dropped CPU temps several degrees in a case with bad airflow. Has good weight and materials feel solid. Have had a good experience with Noctua customer service as well!

levitan17 15 points 15 months ago
from completed build Early Xmas 2017 - Thou Shalt Last

Noctua for the Win! The Best Cooler out there!! ... yes i'm Noctua fanboy... <3

Dem0nflare 16 points 13 months ago
from completed build QBX The Cheap ITX

So since building this i have replaced or added a noctua fan to every fan slot only to find that it was not the cougar fans i bought necessarily, but the AMD wraith spire fan that just sounds terrible at a constant 1700rpm or higher, so i should look into noctua cpu coolers or just throw some noctua fans on a hyper 212 evo.

lighonkh 9 points 9 months ago
from completed build The Enclave

I haven't done any testing yet, but I have two of these in my iStarUSA D-400 Rack Mount Chassis along with an NF-F12, and they're all DEAD quiet. Like to the extent that I had to open up the case, and see for myself that they were running.