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english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl
english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl
english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl
english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl
english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl
english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl
english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl

english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl

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      Hard to believe these english sexy bp are $6 each.Great cooling and nearly inaudible from a couple english sexy bp feet away @50% of the max RPM. english sexy bp I liked them english sexy bp so much I ended up buying more for english sexy bp my other PC, which had decent quality PWM english sexy bp corsair fans (came with their h100i english sexy bp AIO, ML120's I think). The arctics absolutely trounce those fans english sexy bp in every way, english sexy bp at a english sexy bp fraction english sexy bp of the price.If you don't want to spend ungodly amounts on Noctuas, these are for english sexy bp you.UPDATED: I ordered a 5-pack of Arctic P12 PWM PST english sexy bp 120mm fans. All 5 fans were english sexy bp broken on arrival. I english sexy bp sent them back english sexy bp in exchange for working ones, english sexy bp which english sexy bp Amazon delivered within 24 hours. english sexy bp The replacement fans are in english sexy bp perfect condition. I english sexy bp also ordered a single Arctic P12 Silent 120mm fan that english sexy bp arrived in new condition. All 6 english sexy bp fans passed some basic testing, and seem english sexy bp to be english sexy bp functioning english sexy bp normally. Very quiet! Once english sexy bp I get them installed, I'll english sexy bp do some more tests, and english sexy bp I will update this review.UPDATE: I've been daily english sexy bp driving these english sexy bp fans for a few days english sexy bp now. english sexy bp I switched to the Arctic P12s from the stock CUK fans that came english sexy bp with my CUK case. Those old fans were 1500 RPM, and were extremely english sexy bp loud, even at lower RPMs. My initial observation was that these P12 fans are english sexy bp much quieter, which english sexy bp is surprising, considering they spin english sexy bp up to about english sexy bp 1800 RPM. P12s seem to be moving air english sexy bp very effectively.I installed three of english sexy bp the english sexy bp P12 english sexy bp PWM fans in english sexy bp the english sexy bp front of the english sexy bp case english sexy bp as intake, and two of the fans english sexy bp in the english sexy bp roof of the english sexy bp case english sexy bp as exhaust, pushing air through a Lian-Li Galahad 240mm AIO radiator. I 3D printed some gaskets with TPU to fit between english sexy bp the fans english sexy bp and the radiator english sexy bp to maximize airflow efficiency. I english sexy bp installed the english sexy bp single P12 english sexy bp Silent english sexy bp (not PWM, locked at ~1000 RPM) as an english sexy bp exhaust english sexy bp in the rear of the case.I noticed that the english sexy bp P12 motors are much smaller than the motors of most other fans that english sexy bp I've used. This english sexy bp led me to english sexy bp some english sexy bp other observations: english sexy bp The first is that, because the motor is smaller, the fan blades can can english sexy bp be much larger and more efficient; they english sexy bp can scoop more english sexy bp air. Also, because the motor english sexy bp is smaller, it takes noticeably longer for english sexy bp the fan to spin up. english sexy bp This means that the english sexy bp change in fan noise volume is english sexy bp gradual, and therefore is inherently less english sexy bp noticeable and less disruptive. As far as performance goes, english sexy bp the P12s are english sexy bp managing my temps just fine, both english sexy bp moving the hot english sexy bp air english sexy bp coming english sexy bp from the air-cooled GPU out of english sexy bp the case, and english sexy bp also english sexy bp pushing english sexy bp air through the AIO, keeping english sexy bp the CPU cool; english sexy bp at 100% load and 100% fans, my english sexy bp overclocked english sexy bp Ryzen 7 3700x eventually settles in at around english sexy bp 86C, and my overclocked EVGA english sexy bp RTX 3070 FTW3 settles english sexy bp in at about english sexy bp 77C. Ambient temp is about english sexy bp 21C. english sexy bp Not too bad at all. All of this is subjective, I english sexy bp know, but I figured I would note it.Some reviewers say english sexy bp that there is some vibration that is a audible at certain RPMs. I do hear it, it is there, but I really don't think that it english sexy bp is a deal breaker for me, especially considering the english sexy bp volume of english sexy bp the old english sexy bp fans that english sexy bp I am coming from. The english sexy bp P12s are very very quiet. I may 3d print more english sexy bp gaskets english sexy bp for the other 3 fans english sexy bp to see if that makes any difference in the noise. I'll report english sexy bp on that if I ever get around english sexy bp to it. For now, it's really not bothering english sexy bp me.Overall, english sexy bp I love them!EXTENDED LIFE SPAN: A 10 C lower motor temperature roughly doubles the life span of a english sexy bp fan, the new english sexy bp ARCTIC motor has a four times longer service life through english sexy bp its english sexy bp low coil english sexy bp temperatureI am glad that I purchased these fans. english sexy bp They move english sexy bp a english sexy bp good deal of air and they are very quiet. Using them in a mining rig, english sexy bp server-type english sexy bp enclosureSo I solved that problem english sexy bp with these fans. english sexy bp Let me tell ya how!These fans I used 1 p12 pst pwm and 1 english sexy bp non-pst pwm english sexy bp get transparent for slightly lighter fan assembly buy the cable on amazon named"CRJ 4-Pin PWM GPU english sexy bp Fan english sexy bp Adapter Cable" replaced stock MSI Armor MK2 english sexy bp RX580 fans so if you english sexy bp got that english sexy bp GPU and english sexy bp tired of them english sexy bp 92mm fans screaming in your ear english sexy bp at 3400 rpms drop the shrouded english sexy bp fans and strap 2 english sexy bp of these on there you'll english sexy bp knock of 5c on the high end temps and go silent even at max rpms using 2 of english sexy bp these. I don't english sexy bp even hear the english sexy bp gpu fans anymore. english sexy bp I have couple these in english sexy bp p14s english sexy bp on my english sexy bp aio from arctic and one english sexy bp p14 english sexy bp as front english sexy bp intake and english sexy bp a solid english sexy bp black english sexy bp p12 english sexy bp like english sexy bp these as a bottom intake, I needed the pressure. I don't hear gpu fans english sexy bp now over english sexy bp them they run nearly silent unless 75%+ the english sexy bp p14s. These english sexy bp run absolutely silent at 100% you english sexy bp can hear'em english sexy bp but only if you paying english sexy bp attention you wont hear'em english sexy bp while you gaming. Low sounding noise it wont be english sexy bp screaming like stock fans english sexy bp was at 100%. If you own english sexy bp this specific GPU you know english sexy bp what I'm english sexy bp talking about english sexy bp lol.While 120mm lil big for stock english sexy bp heat sink of that gpu, I still got them english sexy bp on there with no english sexy bp issues or difficulties. I used long black thin english sexy bp like zip english sexy bp ties. 10-12 english sexy bp inches something english sexy bp like that can't remember english sexy bp specifically. (note you can go english sexy bp lil fancier with a kit off amazon that will help you mount case fans this size bigger english sexy bp or smaller to gpus I just didn't care my case isn't windowed and rgb'ed up, so get it english sexy bp if you are worried about looks) Anyways english sexy bp I wish arctic made english sexy bp 92mm of these fans, they english sexy bp make 80mm but to small for this task. english sexy bp In some ways I english sexy bp think i english sexy bp was better english sexy bp off with 120s even though english sexy bp they over english sexy bp hang a bit on english sexy bp power cable english sexy bp end, top and english sexy bp bottom didn't hurt english sexy bp anything english sexy bp as I've got the english sexy bp gpu vertical mounted so that over hang pushing air round my english sexy bp PCH area english sexy bp it english sexy bp kinda needed that dropped about 2c english sexy bp off english sexy bp PCH under load english sexy bp and idle about 7c. So it english sexy bp worked out pretty well in the english sexy bp end.I really love these fans english sexy bp love that aggressive look english sexy bp even english sexy bp though you'll never see that english sexy bp because they moving but they have english sexy bp great pressure to them english sexy bp aswell. The cfm english sexy bp flow isn't the english sexy bp strongest for 120 or 140 english sexy bp but if english sexy bp you looking for pressure and silent english sexy bp running you'll english sexy bp be english sexy bp happy english sexy bp with these english sexy bp or english sexy bp even the english sexy bp p14s. I haven't tried the p8 english sexy bp so no comment there. Price english sexy bp to performance ratio is english sexy bp unmatched really.Anyways, take care hope my review english sexy bp helps both, english sexy bp you (the customer) and arctic.Fans english sexy bp work well. I bought 2 english sexy bp of them and used the PST english sexy bp connector to run both from one Fan Header in english sexy bp the motherboard. Works without an issue. And the english sexy bp speed english sexy bp is english sexy bp correctly getting reported to english sexy bp the PC. FYI only one english sexy bp fan speed will get reported coz english sexy bp that's how PST or PWM english sexy bp splitters work. But both fans as english sexy bp long as they are english sexy bp the same model will work at english sexy bp the same speed.200 english sexy bp TO 1800 english sexy bp RPM english sexy bp REGULATED VIA PWM PST: Thanks to 4-pin connector, the RPM can english sexy bp be regulated in a broad spectrum via english sexy bp PWM, noise is kept at english sexy bp minimum while maximum cooling performance is given when neededOPTIMISED FOR STATIC PRESSURE: english sexy bp During the development english sexy bp of the new P12 PWM PST, special emphasis english sexy bp was placed on a english sexy bp focused airstream and thus english sexy bp a high static pressureEFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY: The english sexy bp motor is powered english sexy bp by a latest generation PWM IC, achieving higher efficiency and saving energy without compromising performanceTECHNICAL DATA: Fan english sexy bp speed: 200C1800 english sexy bp RPM, Airflow: 56.3 english sexy bp CFM/95.65 m3/h (@ english sexy bp 1800 english sexy bp RPM), Noise Level: 0.3 Sone (@ 1800 english sexy bp RPM), Pin: 4-pinIt's english sexy bp very english sexy bp solidly english sexy bp built with nice texture. It feels pretty heavy. I originally planned english sexy bp on english sexy bp building a new PC because I recently english sexy bp upgraded my graphics card with RTX 3080 and english sexy bp the english sexy bp noise of the graphics english sexy bp card is super annoying and english sexy bp very loud over my open back headphones. I planned on english sexy bp building a english sexy bp new PC with new case and english sexy bp better cooling. Instead, I put these fans in on english sexy bp my AIO, totally silent at 1300 rpm and a slight whoosh sound english sexy bp at 1800rpm. And put another english sexy bp 2 right english sexy bp against my 3080 and english sexy bp set my 3080 fan curve to up english sexy bp to 50% english sexy bp and english sexy bp relied english sexy bp on these fans to provide air to the GPU, now my computer is super silent and english sexy bp no longer english sexy bp need to upgrade english sexy bp my english sexy bp PC.


      ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST), Pressure-optimised, Value Pack, Very quiet motor, Computer, 200-1800 RPM - BlackOPTIMISED FOR STATIC english sexy bp PRESSURE: During the english sexy bp development of english sexy bp the new P12 english sexy bp PWM PST, special emphasis english sexy bp was placed on a focused airstream and thus a high static english sexy bp pressure200 TO 1800 RPM REGULATED VIA PWM PST: Thanks to 4-pin english sexy bp connector, the RPM can english sexy bp be regulated in a broad spectrum via PWM, noise english sexy bp is english sexy bp kept at minimum while english sexy bp maximum cooling english sexy bp performance is given english sexy bp when neededEFFICIENT english sexy bp TECHNOLOGY: The motor is powered by english sexy bp a english sexy bp latest generation english sexy bp PWM IC, achieving higher english sexy bp efficiency and saving energy without compromising performanceEXTENDED LIFE SPAN: english sexy bp A 10 english sexy bp C lower motor temperature roughly doubles the life span english sexy bp of a fan, the english sexy bp new ARCTIC motor has english sexy bp a english sexy bp four times english sexy bp longer service life through its low coil temperatureTECHNICAL DATA: english sexy bp Fan speed: 200C1800 RPM, Airflow: 56.3 CFM/95.65 m3/h (@ 1800 RPM), english sexy bp Noise Level: english sexy bp 0.3 Sone (@ 1800 RPM), Pin: 4-pin



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      english sexy bp ARCTIC P12 PWM PST (5 Pack) - 120 mm Case Fan, PWM Sharing Technology (PST); Pressure-optimized, Value Pack Very quiet motor, computer 200-1800 RPM - Black temperamental girl



Buyer's experience:


      1: UPDATED: I ordered a 5-pack of Arctic P12 PWM PST 120mm fans. All 5 fans were broken on arrival. I sent them back in exchange for working ones, which Amazon delivered within 24 hours. The replacement fans are in perfect condition. I also ordered a single Arctic P12 Silent 120mm fan that arrived in new condition. All 6 fans passed some basic testing, and seem to be functioning normally. Very quiet! Once I get them installed, I'll do some more tests, and I will update this review.UPDATE: I've been daily driving these fans for a few days now. I switched to the Arctic P12s from the stock CUK fans that came with my CUK case. Those old fans were 1500 RPM, and were extremely loud, even at lower RPMs. My initial observation was that these P12 fans are much quieter, which is surprising, considering they spin up to about 1800 RPM. P12s seem to be moving air very effectively.I installed three of the P12 PWM fans in the front of the case as intake, and two of the fans in the roof of the case as exhaust, pushing air through a Lian-Li Galahad 240mm AIO radiator. I 3D printed some gaskets with TPU to fit between the fans and the radiator to maximize airflow efficiency. I installed the single P12 Silent (not PWM, locked at ~1000 RPM) as an exhaust in the rear of the case.I noticed that the P12 motors are much smaller than the motors of most other fans that I've used. This led me to some other observations: The first is that, because the motor is smaller, the fan blades can can be much larger and more efficient; they can scoop more air. Also, because the motor is smaller, it takes noticeably longer for the fan to spin up. This means that the change in fan noise volume is gradual, and therefore is inherently less noticeable and less disruptive. As far as performance goes, the P12s are managing my temps just fine, both moving the hot air coming from the air-cooled GPU out of the case, and also pushing air through the AIO, keeping the CPU cool; at 100% load and 100% fans, my overclocked Ryzen 7 3700x eventually settles in at around 86C, and my overclocked EVGA RTX 3070 FTW3 settles in at about 77C. Ambient temp is about 21C. Not too bad at all. All of this is subjective, I know, but I figured I would note it.Some reviewers say that there is some vibration that is a audible at certain RPMs. I do hear it, it is there, but I really don't think that it is a deal breaker for me, especially considering the volume of the old fans that I am coming from. The P12s are very very quiet. I may 3d print more gaskets for the other 3 fans to see if that makes any difference in the noise. I'll report on that if I ever get around to it. For now, it's really not bothering me.Overall, I love them!


      2: So I solved that problem with these fans. Let me tell ya how!These fans I used 1 p12 pst pwm and 1 non-pst pwm get transparent for slightly lighter fan assembly buy the cable on amazon named"CRJ 4-Pin PWM GPU Fan Adapter Cable" replaced stock MSI Armor MK2 RX580 fans so if you got that GPU and tired of them 92mm fans screaming in your ear at 3400 rpms drop the shrouded fans and strap 2 of these on there you'll knock of 5c on the high end temps and go silent even at max rpms using 2 of these. I don't even hear the gpu fans anymore. I have couple these in p14s on my aio from arctic and one p14 as front intake and a solid black p12 like these as a bottom intake, I needed the pressure. I don't hear gpu fans now over them they run nearly silent unless 75%+ the p14s. These run absolutely silent at 100% you can hear'em but only if you paying attention you wont hear'em while you gaming. Low sounding noise it wont be screaming like stock fans was at 100%. If you own this specific GPU you know what I'm talking about lol.While 120mm lil big for stock heat sink of that gpu, I still got them on there with no issues or difficulties. I used long black thin like zip ties. 10-12 inches something like that can't remember specifically. (note you can go lil fancier with a kit off amazon that will help you mount case fans this size bigger or smaller to gpus I just didn't care my case isn't windowed and rgb'ed up, so get it if you are worried about looks) Anyways I wish arctic made 92mm of these fans, they make 80mm but to small for this task. In some ways I think i was better off with 120s even though they over hang a bit on power cable end, top and bottom didn't hurt anything as I've got the gpu vertical mounted so that over hang pushing air round my PCH area it kinda needed that dropped about 2c off PCH under load and idle about 7c. So it worked out pretty well in the end.I really love these fans love that aggressive look even though you'll never see that because they moving but they have great pressure to them aswell. The cfm flow isn't the strongest for 120 or 140 but if you looking for pressure and silent running you'll be happy with these or even the p14s. I haven't tried the p8 so no comment there. Price to performance ratio is unmatched really.Anyways, take care hope my review helps both, you (the customer) and arctic.


      3: It's very solidly built with nice texture. It feels pretty heavy. I originally planned on building a new PC because I recently upgraded my graphics card with RTX 3080 and the noise of the graphics card is super annoying and very loud over my open back headphones. I planned on building a new PC with new case and better cooling. Instead, I put these fans in on my AIO, totally silent at 1300 rpm and a slight whoosh sound at 1800rpm. And put another 2 right against my 3080 and set my 3080 fan curve to up to 50% and relied on these fans to provide air to the GPU, now my computer is super silent and no longer need to upgrade my PC.


      4: Hard to believe these are $6 each.Great cooling and nearly inaudible from a couple feet away @50% of the max RPM. I liked them so much I ended up buying more for my other PC, which had decent quality PWM corsair fans (came with their h100i AIO, ML120's I think). The arctics absolutely trounce those fans in every way, at a fraction of the price.If you don't want to spend ungodly amounts on Noctuas, these are for you.


      5: Fans work well. I bought 2 of them and used the PST connector to run both from one Fan Header in the motherboard. Works without an issue. And the speed is correctly getting reported to the PC. FYI only one fan speed will get reported coz that's how PST or PWM splitters work. But both fans as long as they are the same model will work at the same speed.


      6: I am glad that I purchased these fans. They move a good deal of air and they are very quiet. Using them in a mining rig, server-type enclosure



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00