• Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
  • Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
  • Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
  • Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
  • Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,
Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack   92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,

Arctic F9 Pwm Pst Value Pack 92 Mm Pwm Pst Case Fan With Pwm Sharing Technology (Pst), Five Pack,

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  • Innovative DESIGN enables quiet and efficient ventilation: The innovative design of the fan blades improves the air flow and facilitates a highly efficient ventilation. The impeller was designed with a focus on minimzing the noise level yet delivering the desired airflow and pressure
  • Perfect case fan regulation with PWM: the PWM function allows the motherboard to run the fan precisely at its necessary speed. This guarantees the required cooling and minimizes the noise level
  • Pwm Sharing Technology (PST) lowers noise: The PST assures That all of your fans listen to one control signal. E.G. You share the CPU cooler's PWM signal and assure that your case fans stand down at low load and spin up whenever necessary
  • Long service life: The fluid Dynamic Bearing comes with an oil capsule that avoids lubricant leakage. Thus this bearing is as quiet as a sleeve bearing but comes with a significantly higher service life
  • Fan controller Made in Germany: The Arctic F8 PWM PST fan is well known for high airflow at a comfortable noise level. The real improvement is the motor and controller. Our German engineers made this fan work at lower speed When performance is not needed

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Very well behaved 92mm fanI purchased these 92mm fans to mount inside a custom HD rack I built in my home server. I have three of these under each pack of twelve 3.5" drives, 3 levels stacked high (for a total of 36 drives), with about 2" of breathing space between each stack level. The fans pull air from below, and blow it upwards between the 3.5" drives.Prior to getting these 92mm fans, I had two 120mm fans under each bank of 12 drive.These fans are doing great. They are predictable, quiet and move air in the expected direction with not too much useless turbulence and with decent pressure. The drives I installed these fans on went from ~45C to 25-32C range which is not bad at all and will hopefully extend their lives by a few thousand hours.5Silent! Not just quiet, but really actually silent (at reduced rpm). This fan is truly silent. Most computer things that say "Silent" are really just quiet, but not actually silent. But this fan at lower RPM's is (at least by my ears - which are pretty sensitive) literally silent. And that's even out on the table with no case covering it.Only catch is, they don't move much air. But if all you need is a little air movement but want truly silent - this fan is the way to go.If you want to move more air and are looking for close to silent, then I'd recommend the Noctua NF-A9 FLX. This Arctic Silent and the Noctua NF-Ax are definitely my favorite fans now for quiet fans. The DEEPCOOL TF120 also turned out to be surprisingly quiet (at reduced RPM). 5Cheap but Quality!Ordered an F8, F9 and F12 to to replace stock fans in a pre-built system. It was already pretty quiet before, however seeing as I'm using it as a media center/gaming rig I wanted it silent. These are 4 pin fans that also support 3 pin connectors on motherboards that don't use 4 pin. My motherboard had both.I've never been a fan of Noctua because of their colors and not wanting to pry blades off and have to paint them.. I've ran Nocs, I've ran these. Audibly, I can tell very little difference between the two. Temps compared to the stock fans were only minimal, -5c degrees on average during idle, however it was just the silence I was looking for; these performed better than expected and quietly. The cables aren't sleeved on these Arctics - which is okay considering the price. The wires are very tiny so sleeving is a breeze if you need the aesthetic. Otherwise the bare wires are pale blue, yellow and green.Don't be discouraged by the prices of these fans. They're quality! They just don't come with a flashy box and 12 different ways to connect/install it.Update: I've been running these for 5 months now and they're still as quiet as the day I installed them; if you're weary of these being anything cheap and breaking within 2-3 months. The computer they're in runs 24/7 as it's also a media server, cheap would have started making some noise by now - but not a peep from these.Update 2: Bought these in 2015.. now Jan. 2018. Still running these. Still as quiet as the day I got them.5Nice and quiet but still move good air I got the 92mm fans....Nice and quiet but still move good air. The only thing I can hear is the sound of air moving which is as good as it can get. After nothing can stop the sound of "wind" from moving air. Thankfully its a kind of white noise and very, very easily ignored. What kills me on computer fans is the annoying buzzing or vibration from poor bearing or balance. They even work great when oriented flat/ with the fan horizontal, no clicking, buzzing, or grinding noises. They also have *very* little vibration meaning they won't create a buzz against whatever case/housing you install them in. With some silicone plug style fastener these would be for anybody who puts a premium on quiet in a PC. And unlike other "quiet" fans these still move a good amount of air with their 1800 RPM's.I can't comment on the PWM function as I modified these to work on a product with only 2 wire,12v power. For the price these seem like fantastic fans. I only wish Artic made onea with a higher RPM to even more airflow as their fan motors are fantastically quiet.Based on this, and their price, they cannot be beat. I am definitely going to be looking at their 140mm fans when I wanna upgrade by PC's cooling. 5Can't Beat the Price Originally ordered a 120mm fan and purchased this after realizing that it was too big and I needed a smaller one for my case. You really can't beat the price and quality of this fan it's extremely quiet, and very useful especially if you're under circumstances like mine. I bought a pretty decent pre-built PC for mainly gaming and daily use and after upgrading many of the parts already like the PSU and the GPU I needed some extra air flow and cooling in a less than ideal case design which could fit a 92mm case fan. I went with this and for only about 10 bucks theres great performance and reliability and a fool proof "plug and play" style of installing it. If you don't really care about all that RGB BS and everything looking super flush and whatnot or have a case thats not see through I would highly recommend this product. 5Non-typical use for a project of mineI got a couple of these to make an ac vent booster. (it goes into a 4x10 vent to improve airflow to it.) I clipped the signal and control wires and connected the yellow and black (positive and ground respectively) to a 12v DC power source through a fuse. It looks a bit crude but it works. I have to say that given the airflow I am impressed with how quiet they are. The only thing I can hear from the vent is air, and only in a dead silent room. No fan noise whatsoever. I picked these because of their dual ball bearing design for longevity, so hopefully they'll hang in there for a while. So far so good.5Though quiet, did not move enough air to cool Tried to update old , noisy fans in a long in the tooth HP Pavilion. Ordered two of these units. While very quiet, the units simply did not move enough air, and the system repeatedly shut down. So I removed the new fans, applied a fresh layer of Arctic MX-4 - Thermal Compound Paste For Coolers and installed both of the original turbo sounding fans. It seems that the noise issue was not fan related at all, but brought brought on by the fact that the old thermal coumpound originally put on the CPU at the factory had basically dried out and lost it's conductivity. With the new layer of fresh thermal paste applied, the old fans not only cooled the system, but they are now running at a significantly lower speed and are every bit as quiet as the new fans I was going to use to replace them. 3Another great Arctic fan purchaseRight off the bat, the fan WORKS and works well. Swapped out an older fan from a PC I was refurbing that was making more noise than I felt was necessary. Quick search on Amazon brought me to the Artic series fan, which I ve previously purchased in the past, and to date have had zero issues with them since putting them into production all those years ago. While they re aren t the priciest fans out there, and lack the RGB lighting nonsense people these days care about, they do the job they re suppose to do quite well, and that s to move air in & out of the case. And they do it quietly. What more can you ask for.I would have no issues recommending this brand to another person, or purchasing more of their fans should the need arise.5Why spend more on Noctua/Noiseblocker fans.In short, i've been using Arctic cooling stuff for almost 20y now (cpu/gpu coolers, fans/ cases/psu),and never have been disappointed in any aspect.Most of the time they are more silent than other brands (at same airflow rate),and usually about 2-3 times cheaper than others (6-10$ vs 15-30$).I used mainly for friends/family builds to make the units sound less like a vacuum cleaner,while still providing decent airflow and have a couple of years warranty, usually meaning i wont have to replace them as often.But in recent years i got annoyed by the clicking coming from the drive (Blacknoise/Noiseblocker case fans),when i throttle them.Given that those are already considered silent (600-1000 rpm and 8-10 dba) and most aren't supposed to be throttled further, i dont blame the fans, but still wanted to see if the arctic perform different.This is best proof they aren't behind (vs other brands).Even at full speed this is more silent than most (temp controlled) cpu fans, while still providing good airflow,so smaller cases (with maybe only one mount) will have no temp probs.5Works as designed on a HP Pavilion model P6404YGets five stars for my intended usage and the price. I needed to replace the factory installed case fan on a seven year old HP Pavilion model P6404Y. It does the job. This fan has a three pin connector. There is NO MOLEX CONNETOR if this is what you need. The fan does not run at full speed with the power supplied by the motherboard which is by design.The HP PC is a basic system that does not generate excessive heat, so check other reviews if heat is an issue for you. For basic use this fan will work without question. One thing to note the fan s wires are very thin as compared to the factory fan which is a Foxconn model PV902512L. The fan comes with screws that matches my factory installed screws.5Noisy, but does the jobI don't mind the noise - because my computer was noisy prior to installing the 5 fans. My computer is in the smallest room in the house, but also the coolest and it can heat up the entire room in the winter. I originally had 3 fans in a push/pull setup, however one of the bearings went out and started to make this weird clicking sound. It would start and stop randomly and I eventually got tired of it so I replaced it. I purchased these 5 fans and although I ordered the wrong size (too small), they worked out. So now instead of 3, I have 7 and only slightly louder than it used to be. Given that I added 4 more fans to the mix, the noise level is very reasonable. Temperature control is silly great. I can play a very taxing video game, stream music, and broadcast my game play and it hits about 140F which is well below the limit. I would recommend this product!4Works Great - Consider running at 5V though for silent operationIf you're thinking about using this in an HTPC, get the silent version instead. This was way louder than I thought it would be for 1800 rpms. Not the fault of the fan, it can certainly move some air at that speed but it was too loud for my application. But you can quiet it down nicely by running it at 5V instead of 12V, if you can tolerate the reduce airflow. At 5V this fan is DEAD quiet. Approximate rpms should be around 750 at the reduced voltage. Running it straight off the PSU since my mobo didn't have an extra fan header so I can't speak to measured rpms. But it can still move some air, but don't expect it to work miracles if you've got heat problems. For a simple HTPC, this works great, just consider the silent version or running this off of 5V if quiet operation is your goal.5F9 Standard five fan set. Perfect for my evaporative RV refrigerator heat extraction modification.What a bargain! I am using all five of these mounted across the top of my condenser fins, and by using only the positive (center wire) and negative (white dashed wire) hooked up to a PWM speed controller:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073H73JRG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Via a five way splitter:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BWFT253/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1These fans are in my opinion super quiet, (but then they are mounted outside the interior of my RV) and provide a perfect amount of airflow. Ganging them together with zip-ties is simple and effective. At a total of .8A when running at full speed @12V their draw is pretty insignificant considering my 220AH battery bank and 190W of solar panels. The splitter linked to above accepts 4 wire fans as well as 3 wire and the PWM controller also linked above provides a noiseless and stepless fan speed control, and has the added bonus of having a very small but bright at full speed ramping down to very dim at the lowest fan speed nightlight for the interior of my RV.5This is completely silent, but costs more than other brands.This fan fit perfect in a 90 mm hole pattern. I had a loud fan in a relatives computer that was driving them crazy and I put this in and it completely solved the issue.The warranty on this is really long and I think it was 6 years.The fan blades are white and this may be a turn off for some users depending on where you are putting it. I put it inside a case without any clear windows so it cannot be seen and it does not matter to me or my relative.This fan is a bit more expensive than other brands, but seemed like the best option and i could get it fast with Amazon.I had used the brand before and knew it was silent and that was important in this application.5
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Very well behaved 92mm fanI purchased these 92mm fans to mount inside a custom HD rack I built in my home server. I have three of these under each pack of twelve 3.5" drives, 3 levels stacked high (for a total of 36 drives), with about 2" of breathing space between each stack level. The fans pull air from below, and blow it upwards between the 3.5" drives.Prior to getting these 92mm fans, I had two 120mm fans under each bank of 12 drive.These fans are doing great. They are predictable, quiet and move air in the expected direction with not too much useless turbulence and with decent pressure. The drives I installed these fans on went from ~45C to 25-32C range which is not bad at all and will hopefully extend their lives by a few thousand hours.5Silent! Not just quiet, but really actually silent (at reduced rpm). This fan is truly silent. Most computer things that say "Silent" are really just quiet, but not actually silent. But this fan at lower RPM's is (at least by my ears - which are pretty sensitive) literally silent. And that's even out on the table with no case covering it.Only catch is, they don't move much air. But if all you need is a little air movement but want truly silent - this fan is the way to go.If you want to move more air and are looking for close to silent, then I'd recommend the Noctua NF-A9 FLX. This Arctic Silent and the Noctua NF-Ax are definitely my favorite fans now for quiet fans. The DEEPCOOL TF120 also turned out to be surprisingly quiet (at reduced RPM). 5Cheap but Quality!Ordered an F8, F9 and F12 to to replace stock fans in a pre-built system. It was already pretty quiet before, however seeing as I'm using it as a media center/gaming rig I wanted it silent. These are 4 pin fans that also support 3 pin connectors on motherboards that don't use 4 pin. My motherboard had both.I've never been a fan of Noctua because of their colors and not wanting to pry blades off and have to paint them.. I've ran Nocs, I've ran these. Audibly, I can tell very little difference between the two. Temps compared to the stock fans were only minimal, -5c degrees on average during idle, however it was just the silence I was looking for; these performed better than expected and quietly. The cables aren't sleeved on these Arctics - which is okay considering the price. The wires are very tiny so sleeving is a breeze if you need the aesthetic. Otherwise the bare wires are pale blue, yellow and green.Don't be discouraged by the prices of these fans. They're quality! They just don't come with a flashy box and 12 different ways to connect/install it.Update: I've been running these for 5 months now and they're still as quiet as the day I installed them; if you're weary of these being anything cheap and breaking within 2-3 months. The computer they're in runs 24/7 as it's also a media server, cheap would have started making some noise by now - but not a peep from these.Update 2: Bought these in 2015.. now Jan. 2018. Still running these. Still as quiet as the day I got them.5Nice and quiet but still move good air I got the 92mm fans....Nice and quiet but still move good air. The only thing I can hear is the sound of air moving which is as good as it can get. After nothing can stop the sound of "wind" from moving air. Thankfully its a kind of white noise and very, very easily ignored. What kills me on computer fans is the annoying buzzing or vibration from poor bearing or balance. They even work great when oriented flat/ with the fan horizontal, no clicking, buzzing, or grinding noises. They also have *very* little vibration meaning they won't create a buzz against whatever case/housing you install them in. With some silicone plug style fastener these would be for anybody who puts a premium on quiet in a PC. And unlike other "quiet" fans these still move a good amount of air with their 1800 RPM's.I can't comment on the PWM function as I modified these to work on a product with only 2 wire,12v power. For the price these seem like fantastic fans. I only wish Artic made onea with a higher RPM to even more airflow as their fan motors are fantastically quiet.Based on this, and their price, they cannot be beat. I am definitely going to be looking at their 140mm fans when I wanna upgrade by PC's cooling. 5Can't Beat the Price Originally ordered a 120mm fan and purchased this after realizing that it was too big and I needed a smaller one for my case. You really can't beat the price and quality of this fan it's extremely quiet, and very useful especially if you're under circumstances like mine. I bought a pretty decent pre-built PC for mainly gaming and daily use and after upgrading many of the parts already like the PSU and the GPU I needed some extra air flow and cooling in a less than ideal case design which could fit a 92mm case fan. I went with this and for only about 10 bucks theres great performance and reliability and a fool proof "plug and play" style of installing it. If you don't really care about all that RGB BS and everything looking super flush and whatnot or have a case thats not see through I would highly recommend this product. 5Non-typical use for a project of mineI got a couple of these to make an ac vent booster. (it goes into a 4x10 vent to improve airflow to it.) I clipped the signal and control wires and connected the yellow and black (positive and ground respectively) to a 12v DC power source through a fuse. It looks a bit crude but it works. I have to say that given the airflow I am impressed with how quiet they are. The only thing I can hear from the vent is air, and only in a dead silent room. No fan noise whatsoever. I picked these because of their dual ball bearing design for longevity, so hopefully they'll hang in there for a while. So far so good.5Though quiet, did not move enough air to cool Tried to update old , noisy fans in a long in the tooth HP Pavilion. Ordered two of these units. While very quiet, the units simply did not move enough air, and the system repeatedly shut down. So I removed the new fans, applied a fresh layer of Arctic MX-4 - Thermal Compound Paste For Coolers and installed both of the original turbo sounding fans. It seems that the noise issue was not fan related at all, but brought brought on by the fact that the old thermal coumpound originally put on the CPU at the factory had basically dried out and lost it's conductivity. With the new layer of fresh thermal paste applied, the old fans not only cooled the system, but they are now running at a significantly lower speed and are every bit as quiet as the new fans I was going to use to replace them. 3Another great Arctic fan purchaseRight off the bat, the fan WORKS and works well. Swapped out an older fan from a PC I was refurbing that was making more noise than I felt was necessary. Quick search on Amazon brought me to the Artic series fan, which I ve previously purchased in the past, and to date have had zero issues with them since putting them into production all those years ago. While they re aren t the priciest fans out there, and lack the RGB lighting nonsense people these days care about, they do the job they re suppose to do quite well, and that s to move air in & out of the case. And they do it quietly. What more can you ask for.I would have no issues recommending this brand to another person, or purchasing more of their fans should the need arise.5Why spend more on Noctua/Noiseblocker fans.In short, i've been using Arctic cooling stuff for almost 20y now (cpu/gpu coolers, fans/ cases/psu),and never have been disappointed in any aspect.Most of the time they are more silent than other brands (at same airflow rate),and usually about 2-3 times cheaper than others (6-10$ vs 15-30$).I used mainly for friends/family builds to make the units sound less like a vacuum cleaner,while still providing decent airflow and have a couple of years warranty, usually meaning i wont have to replace them as often.But in recent years i got annoyed by the clicking coming from the drive (Blacknoise/Noiseblocker case fans),when i throttle them.Given that those are already considered silent (600-1000 rpm and 8-10 dba) and most aren't supposed to be throttled further, i dont blame the fans, but still wanted to see if the arctic perform different.This is best proof they aren't behind (vs other brands).Even at full speed this is more silent than most (temp controlled) cpu fans, while still providing good airflow,so smaller cases (with maybe only one mount) will have no temp probs.5Works as designed on a HP Pavilion model P6404YGets five stars for my intended usage and the price. I needed to replace the factory installed case fan on a seven year old HP Pavilion model P6404Y. It does the job. This fan has a three pin connector. There is NO MOLEX CONNETOR if this is what you need. The fan does not run at full speed with the power supplied by the motherboard which is by design.The HP PC is a basic system that does not generate excessive heat, so check other reviews if heat is an issue for you. For basic use this fan will work without question. One thing to note the fan s wires are very thin as compared to the factory fan which is a Foxconn model PV902512L. The fan comes with screws that matches my factory installed screws.5Noisy, but does the jobI don't mind the noise - because my computer was noisy prior to installing the 5 fans. My computer is in the smallest room in the house, but also the coolest and it can heat up the entire room in the winter. I originally had 3 fans in a push/pull setup, however one of the bearings went out and started to make this weird clicking sound. It would start and stop randomly and I eventually got tired of it so I replaced it. I purchased these 5 fans and although I ordered the wrong size (too small), they worked out. So now instead of 3, I have 7 and only slightly louder than it used to be. Given that I added 4 more fans to the mix, the noise level is very reasonable. Temperature control is silly great. I can play a very taxing video game, stream music, and broadcast my game play and it hits about 140F which is well below the limit. I would recommend this product!4Works Great - Consider running at 5V though for silent operationIf you're thinking about using this in an HTPC, get the silent version instead. This was way louder than I thought it would be for 1800 rpms. Not the fault of the fan, it can certainly move some air at that speed but it was too loud for my application. But you can quiet it down nicely by running it at 5V instead of 12V, if you can tolerate the reduce airflow. At 5V this fan is DEAD quiet. Approximate rpms should be around 750 at the reduced voltage. Running it straight off the PSU since my mobo didn't have an extra fan header so I can't speak to measured rpms. But it can still move some air, but don't expect it to work miracles if you've got heat problems. For a simple HTPC, this works great, just consider the silent version or running this off of 5V if quiet operation is your goal.5F9 Standard five fan set. Perfect for my evaporative RV refrigerator heat extraction modification.What a bargain! I am using all five of these mounted across the top of my condenser fins, and by using only the positive (center wire) and negative (white dashed wire) hooked up to a PWM speed controller:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073H73JRG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Via a five way splitter:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BWFT253/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1These fans are in my opinion super quiet, (but then they are mounted outside the interior of my RV) and provide a perfect amount of airflow. Ganging them together with zip-ties is simple and effective. At a total of .8A when running at full speed @12V their draw is pretty insignificant considering my 220AH battery bank and 190W of solar panels. The splitter linked to above accepts 4 wire fans as well as 3 wire and the PWM controller also linked above provides a noiseless and stepless fan speed control, and has the added bonus of having a very small but bright at full speed ramping down to very dim at the lowest fan speed nightlight for the interior of my RV.5This is completely silent, but costs more than other brands.This fan fit perfect in a 90 mm hole pattern. I had a loud fan in a relatives computer that was driving them crazy and I put this in and it completely solved the issue.The warranty on this is really long and I think it was 6 years.The fan blades are white and this may be a turn off for some users depending on where you are putting it. I put it inside a case without any clear windows so it cannot be seen and it does not matter to me or my relative.This fan is a bit more expensive than other brands, but seemed like the best option and i could get it fast with Amazon.I had used the brand before and knew it was silent and that was important in this application.5
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