• Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)

Noctua NF-A14 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (140mm, Brown)

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  • Premium quiet fan, 140x140x25 mm, 12V, 3-pin Molex, 1200/1050/900 RPM, max. 19.2 dB(A), >150,000 h MTTF
  • Award-winning 140x25mm A-series fan with Flow Acceleration Channels and Advanced Acoustic Optimisation frame for superior quiet cooling performance
  • Square frame design is ideal for water cooling radiators (AIO or DIY), PC cases and other chassis (intake & exhaust), cabinet ventilation, etc.
  • 3-pin FLX version provides 1200/1050/900rpm speed settings via Low-Noise Adaptors to fine-tune the fan for maximum airflow or near-silent operation
  • Includes anti-vibration mounts, fan screws, Low-Noise & Ultra-Low-Noise Adaptors, extension cable and 3:4-pin adaptor for powering the fan directly from the power supply

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Awesome fan! Awesome fan! Mine had a loud sound than the stock case fans but it pushed the air really really hard. So I decided to go into bios and set the fan manually at 70%. It ran as quiet as the rest and still pushed the air better. At one point I was sitting with my sister while putting my hand on top of the case where this fan was installed and said "It is cooler than an AC!" I think if you put a drink there it could actually keep it cool but don't do that and risk getting your pc wet XDHad my CPU overclocked to 4.2ghz and a mix of this fan and the 120mm at the bottom and noctua heatsink. They actually were pushing out cold air unlike the stock case fans, it was warm on their side. Running 2 games at once, locally recording and broadcasting with triple monitors, these kept my CPU at 44-47 degrees on active while down to 35-37 on idle/light use. Might as well replace all the stock case fans for even lower temperature!Highly recommended! 5Noctua lives up to the hype, but you're also paying more for extras you might not need If you're looking at these, chances are you've already heard of Noctua's reputation. It's not just hype. If you want the best and quietest fans out there, there's no comparison.My only complaint is that Noctua insists on including a ton of extras that many setups will not be able to make use of. Rubber bumpers, rubber screws, multiple fancy braided voltage converters, and an impressive-looking box with a window and a velcro door flap, which all no doubt increase the cost of the product. I wish Noctua would make a cheaper option without all the included extras (and perhaps sell mounting kits seperately,) but this all seems to be part of their image as a "premium" manufacturer.For my setup, I had to remove the corner bumpers to fit these into the clip mounts in the front panel of my Define R4, and the voltage converters were useless as I already have a front fan controller. The result is I now have some awesome fans and a box full of unused Noctua accessories. I'm happy with it, but it's up to you to decide whether it's worth the premium in price. 4Amazing fans... Look no further. Note: I explain the 4/5 rating Well, I can say that the previous reviews were all true. These fans are amazing. They push air well and very quietly.The reason I only give 4/5 stars is that one of my fans gives off a high pitch hum.I purchased two fans, one as an intake and one for exhaust.The exhaust fan is running full speed and I can hardly hear it. The only thing you hear is the blowing air, which results in a much quieter exhaust fan to what I have previously.The intake fan is running with the NA-RC10 Low-Noise adapter, which reduces the fan speed from 1200 to 1050rpm. This reduces the high pitch hum by about half of what it was at 1200rpm. Let it be noted that I would rather have the fan running at 1200rpm but with the same sound as the exhaust fan. The noise is driving me nuts, even as I write this review.I think that it is something to do with the fan. Maybe it is not up to spec. I have ordered some other Noctua fans for another case, so I will see if this is the situation. If it is, I may have to return the one fan. The only thing is that the fan it replaced, is just starting to fail and in the last week started to get really loud.I do believe that I am experiencing an "outlier" situation here. There are a few reviews that complain about this similar noise, but they are few. Likely they only purchased one fan and happened upon a bad one.All this being said, I would highly recommend these fans to anyone. The quality is instantly noticeable, from the silicon vibration dampening pads (on each corner, which you could remove from one side and use on other fans in case??) to all the included high quality cables. The fan includes four mounting screws and four silicon "pull through" anti-vibration mounts.The instructions are clear, written in layman terms. This is nice. Many times with "computer stuff" comes instructions written by some programmer that doesn't speak "human." (I am a programmer and understand how easy this pitfall can grab you... what seems easy to me may not be easy to someone else and visa-versa)I spent a lot of time searching for replacement fans (due to my one failure). I hope that this review will help you decide to just take a chance with these. I am sure you will be happy. 4Reliable, quiet, and comparable to liquid cooling Noctua is the premier air-cooling manufacturer on the market. It won't get any better than this. I bought and installed these two years ago. They are so good at pushing and pulling air, that they rarely need any actual cleaning. I have a Cooler Master Cosmos 2 case, as well. So coupled with that, I rarely ever hit 40c on my CPU. In fact, it takes the hottest days of the year for my temp cases to get close to that. On average, with high load of multitasking and heavy gaming, my CPU temp stays around 33-38c, and in the winter about 27-33c. I've also had the fans running on max speed for a year straight (with power cycles of course), and sometimes with 48hrs+ of uptime. Still no wear and tear. I don't foresee myself ever buying another brand of cooling fans again. These things deliver results comparable with liquid cooling.That's not even the best part. These things are quieter than my desk fan! I was amazed at how quiet these fans are even on max speed setting. They're practically silent on low and medium speeds. You'll need a good case to take full advantage of these fans, but even in a terrible case, these will outperform any other fan on the market, especially for its price. 5I wanted to build a dead silent PC for listening ... I wanted to build a dead silent PC for listening to music with an open headphone. I also leave my PC on during the night right next to me as I use it to run some programs that take a while. I decided to purchase two of these fans and place them in the front of my Fractal R5 case. At the lowest speed fan setting, I cannot hear ANY sound coming out of the case. None. The temperature of the CPU and GPU stay below 60 degrees Celsius at the lowest speed fan setting, which means I won't even know whether the computer is turned on or not unless I look at the monitor screen.I bought a few other case fans that claim to have noise level below 20 dBa, but NONE of them were truly below 20 dBa. Even Noctua fan is not going to be below 20 dBa running at its full speed. (20 dBa is roughly the threshold of your hearing). However, this is indeed the most quiet fan you can get and the only fan that I bought that did not produce any sound running at the lowest fan setting. 5The creme de la creme of computer fans. Ask any gadget freak, you want the BEST of the best well here it is! Bought a pair of these for front intake to replace the pair of Corsair Air Series 140mm Quiet Edition Purple LEDs fans. I bought these for cooling efficiency and a quieter system (Fractal Design Define R4)Compared to the Corsair fans, the Noctua's are whisper quiet even at full blast 12v (1200 rpm)! All you can really hear is a light 'whrrrrr' kind of like a fridge or ceiling fan. Its hard to characterize the actual sound of the Noctua fan but its not annoying. It's like background noise. Lets be honest here, you are definitely going to hear a 1200 rpm fan, no matter what brand it is.However, when you bring the speed down to 7v/5v (1050/900 rpm), that's where the magic happens! My computer tower is about 2 feet from my right ear and I can BARELY hear it. The sounds outside my window--wind, trees, airplanes--are more audible than the fans.I don't need to talk about Noctua quality. You already know. The build quality, everything is proper and on point. The color is kind of growing on me. I wish they would do a limited edition color though. All black Noctua would be so nice! They would sell out. C'mon NOCTUA! DO IT!!!! I know you have the bank roll for tooling :)Probably the best fans ever made. My system is indeed more efficiently cooled and super awesomely ninja quiet.BTW, 'low-noise adapter' is such a misnomer. Yes it reduces noise but it is to reduce fan speed if you're hooking up your fan to straight molex or a direct power source (if you do not have a fan controller). You get (2) of these adapters, 1 for 1050 rpm, and 900 rpm. 5SUPERIOR. The casual Review In my opinion these are one of the best 140mm case fans you can buy right now. They are little bulkier than the Corsair AF140's but designed and much more efficient with Air channel groves on each fan blade which improves steady and efficient flow of air. Very quite even without the Low noise and Ultra Low Noise adapters, and rubber grommets on each corner as well as included rubber pins to substitute the traditional metal screws which makes it dead silent. The only thing i didn't agree with was the color theme..Unless your trying to do Brown color theme on your new build..They have a newer version where instead of this light beige its black. Looks better, but the reason why i got this one specifically was because it came with a 10" 3pin/Extension, one 3" LN-Adapter, one 3" ULN-Adapter, one 3pin Molex, set of screws, and four rubber Pin like replacements for vibration. You really cant go wrong with this set. These will improve air flow inside your rig. Just remember don't over tighten these with the metal screws because they will crack off the edge of the frame (very fragile corners) 5Cools my receiver quietly. Super quiet with included noise reduction cable. It's on top, blowing down into my Pioneer Elite VSX-49TXi receiver which is fantastic audio, but generates more heat than it can cool on warm days. I can't hear the fan running and the receiver stays cool. Perfect. Yes,I know it should be updraft, but the fan blades make noise in that configuration. This fan moves enough air to feel the air coming out the bottom of the receiver. I'm using a 12Vdc wall wart plugged into the switched power outlet on the back of the receiver. The 12 volt "turn on" signal from the receiver is only rated at .100 A (100 milliamps) and cannot supply enough current to power the fan. 5To me I like the colors (their unique) I don't remember if I bought the 2 NF-A14 FLX fans here or some where else, so I thought I would go ahead and post a review on both sites that I deal with for my electronics.First off:Don't listen to people that say these fans do not mount to a case without modding your case. I had zero issues mounting the 2 fans I bought to the front mounts of my Corsair 750 Obsidian full tower.Pros:These fans are all most completely silent (less than 85 db at full rpm, about 1500).They move a lot of air (I don't have the CFM numbers, but WOW).The current prices of these extraordinary fans is very low at this time (not long ago we were paying 30.00 + dollars US 'each' for these fans).The box comes with a Y adapter , a low noise adapter (RPM restriction), a 12 inch extension cord , and a molex to PWM adapter. There are also mounting screws or rubber pull mounts for attaching the fans.Cons:The color scheme to some. To me I like the colors (their unique), it shows that I spent the money on the best, but others will disagree.Too end:These fans rock, and if you are willing to spend the extra money to get the best, then Noctua is your best bet. 5Pricey but worth it. I bought this for an NZXT Source 210 case. I am using it in one of the top fan mounts. I primarily bought this fan because the advanced bearing allows mounting in any orientation with no problems. I was also interested in quiet operation and longevity. You can buy quiet fans with fluid bearings for cheaper or about the same price but honestly, superior cooling with good engineering and reliability is worth the price to me. I keep my computers until they wear out (generally) so expensive fans are not a waste of money for me. I love the cabling options. I have come to not be so fond of PWM fans and other methods of controlling fan speed. PWM doesn't always work right and it can be hard to get exactly the speed you want. With this Noctua, the low noise adapter was perfect. I cannot hear this fan over the other five fans in my case and it has brought every temperature reading I have down a few degrees. Anyway, I connected this to a molex from my PSU with the low noise adapter. It's a good thing it came with this adapter because I don't have an open fan port on my motherboard anyway. I would have had to buy a splitter anyway. In conclusion, as is it's reputation as a Noctua product, everything about this fan says quality. It feels like it's built to last. It's surprisingly heavy for a fan. The sleeving on the cables is high quality. I know I do not have to worry about this thing failing anytime soon. 5
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Awesome fan! Awesome fan! Mine had a loud sound than the stock case fans but it pushed the air really really hard. So I decided to go into bios and set the fan manually at 70%. It ran as quiet as the rest and still pushed the air better. At one point I was sitting with my sister while putting my hand on top of the case where this fan was installed and said "It is cooler than an AC!" I think if you put a drink there it could actually keep it cool but don't do that and risk getting your pc wet XDHad my CPU overclocked to 4.2ghz and a mix of this fan and the 120mm at the bottom and noctua heatsink. They actually were pushing out cold air unlike the stock case fans, it was warm on their side. Running 2 games at once, locally recording and broadcasting with triple monitors, these kept my CPU at 44-47 degrees on active while down to 35-37 on idle/light use. Might as well replace all the stock case fans for even lower temperature!Highly recommended! 5Noctua lives up to the hype, but you're also paying more for extras you might not need If you're looking at these, chances are you've already heard of Noctua's reputation. It's not just hype. If you want the best and quietest fans out there, there's no comparison.My only complaint is that Noctua insists on including a ton of extras that many setups will not be able to make use of. Rubber bumpers, rubber screws, multiple fancy braided voltage converters, and an impressive-looking box with a window and a velcro door flap, which all no doubt increase the cost of the product. I wish Noctua would make a cheaper option without all the included extras (and perhaps sell mounting kits seperately,) but this all seems to be part of their image as a "premium" manufacturer.For my setup, I had to remove the corner bumpers to fit these into the clip mounts in the front panel of my Define R4, and the voltage converters were useless as I already have a front fan controller. The result is I now have some awesome fans and a box full of unused Noctua accessories. I'm happy with it, but it's up to you to decide whether it's worth the premium in price. 4Amazing fans... Look no further. Note: I explain the 4/5 rating Well, I can say that the previous reviews were all true. These fans are amazing. They push air well and very quietly.The reason I only give 4/5 stars is that one of my fans gives off a high pitch hum.I purchased two fans, one as an intake and one for exhaust.The exhaust fan is running full speed and I can hardly hear it. The only thing you hear is the blowing air, which results in a much quieter exhaust fan to what I have previously.The intake fan is running with the NA-RC10 Low-Noise adapter, which reduces the fan speed from 1200 to 1050rpm. This reduces the high pitch hum by about half of what it was at 1200rpm. Let it be noted that I would rather have the fan running at 1200rpm but with the same sound as the exhaust fan. The noise is driving me nuts, even as I write this review.I think that it is something to do with the fan. Maybe it is not up to spec. I have ordered some other Noctua fans for another case, so I will see if this is the situation. If it is, I may have to return the one fan. The only thing is that the fan it replaced, is just starting to fail and in the last week started to get really loud.I do believe that I am experiencing an "outlier" situation here. There are a few reviews that complain about this similar noise, but they are few. Likely they only purchased one fan and happened upon a bad one.All this being said, I would highly recommend these fans to anyone. The quality is instantly noticeable, from the silicon vibration dampening pads (on each corner, which you could remove from one side and use on other fans in case??) to all the included high quality cables. The fan includes four mounting screws and four silicon "pull through" anti-vibration mounts.The instructions are clear, written in layman terms. This is nice. Many times with "computer stuff" comes instructions written by some programmer that doesn't speak "human." (I am a programmer and understand how easy this pitfall can grab you... what seems easy to me may not be easy to someone else and visa-versa)I spent a lot of time searching for replacement fans (due to my one failure). I hope that this review will help you decide to just take a chance with these. I am sure you will be happy. 4Reliable, quiet, and comparable to liquid cooling Noctua is the premier air-cooling manufacturer on the market. It won't get any better than this. I bought and installed these two years ago. They are so good at pushing and pulling air, that they rarely need any actual cleaning. I have a Cooler Master Cosmos 2 case, as well. So coupled with that, I rarely ever hit 40c on my CPU. In fact, it takes the hottest days of the year for my temp cases to get close to that. On average, with high load of multitasking and heavy gaming, my CPU temp stays around 33-38c, and in the winter about 27-33c. I've also had the fans running on max speed for a year straight (with power cycles of course), and sometimes with 48hrs+ of uptime. Still no wear and tear. I don't foresee myself ever buying another brand of cooling fans again. These things deliver results comparable with liquid cooling.That's not even the best part. These things are quieter than my desk fan! I was amazed at how quiet these fans are even on max speed setting. They're practically silent on low and medium speeds. You'll need a good case to take full advantage of these fans, but even in a terrible case, these will outperform any other fan on the market, especially for its price. 5I wanted to build a dead silent PC for listening ... I wanted to build a dead silent PC for listening to music with an open headphone. I also leave my PC on during the night right next to me as I use it to run some programs that take a while. I decided to purchase two of these fans and place them in the front of my Fractal R5 case. At the lowest speed fan setting, I cannot hear ANY sound coming out of the case. None. The temperature of the CPU and GPU stay below 60 degrees Celsius at the lowest speed fan setting, which means I won't even know whether the computer is turned on or not unless I look at the monitor screen.I bought a few other case fans that claim to have noise level below 20 dBa, but NONE of them were truly below 20 dBa. Even Noctua fan is not going to be below 20 dBa running at its full speed. (20 dBa is roughly the threshold of your hearing). However, this is indeed the most quiet fan you can get and the only fan that I bought that did not produce any sound running at the lowest fan setting. 5The creme de la creme of computer fans. Ask any gadget freak, you want the BEST of the best well here it is! Bought a pair of these for front intake to replace the pair of Corsair Air Series 140mm Quiet Edition Purple LEDs fans. I bought these for cooling efficiency and a quieter system (Fractal Design Define R4)Compared to the Corsair fans, the Noctua's are whisper quiet even at full blast 12v (1200 rpm)! All you can really hear is a light 'whrrrrr' kind of like a fridge or ceiling fan. Its hard to characterize the actual sound of the Noctua fan but its not annoying. It's like background noise. Lets be honest here, you are definitely going to hear a 1200 rpm fan, no matter what brand it is.However, when you bring the speed down to 7v/5v (1050/900 rpm), that's where the magic happens! My computer tower is about 2 feet from my right ear and I can BARELY hear it. The sounds outside my window--wind, trees, airplanes--are more audible than the fans.I don't need to talk about Noctua quality. You already know. The build quality, everything is proper and on point. The color is kind of growing on me. I wish they would do a limited edition color though. All black Noctua would be so nice! They would sell out. C'mon NOCTUA! DO IT!!!! I know you have the bank roll for tooling :)Probably the best fans ever made. My system is indeed more efficiently cooled and super awesomely ninja quiet.BTW, 'low-noise adapter' is such a misnomer. Yes it reduces noise but it is to reduce fan speed if you're hooking up your fan to straight molex or a direct power source (if you do not have a fan controller). You get (2) of these adapters, 1 for 1050 rpm, and 900 rpm. 5SUPERIOR. The casual Review In my opinion these are one of the best 140mm case fans you can buy right now. They are little bulkier than the Corsair AF140's but designed and much more efficient with Air channel groves on each fan blade which improves steady and efficient flow of air. Very quite even without the Low noise and Ultra Low Noise adapters, and rubber grommets on each corner as well as included rubber pins to substitute the traditional metal screws which makes it dead silent. The only thing i didn't agree with was the color theme..Unless your trying to do Brown color theme on your new build..They have a newer version where instead of this light beige its black. Looks better, but the reason why i got this one specifically was because it came with a 10" 3pin/Extension, one 3" LN-Adapter, one 3" ULN-Adapter, one 3pin Molex, set of screws, and four rubber Pin like replacements for vibration. You really cant go wrong with this set. These will improve air flow inside your rig. Just remember don't over tighten these with the metal screws because they will crack off the edge of the frame (very fragile corners) 5Cools my receiver quietly. Super quiet with included noise reduction cable. It's on top, blowing down into my Pioneer Elite VSX-49TXi receiver which is fantastic audio, but generates more heat than it can cool on warm days. I can't hear the fan running and the receiver stays cool. Perfect. Yes,I know it should be updraft, but the fan blades make noise in that configuration. This fan moves enough air to feel the air coming out the bottom of the receiver. I'm using a 12Vdc wall wart plugged into the switched power outlet on the back of the receiver. The 12 volt "turn on" signal from the receiver is only rated at .100 A (100 milliamps) and cannot supply enough current to power the fan. 5To me I like the colors (their unique) I don't remember if I bought the 2 NF-A14 FLX fans here or some where else, so I thought I would go ahead and post a review on both sites that I deal with for my electronics.First off:Don't listen to people that say these fans do not mount to a case without modding your case. I had zero issues mounting the 2 fans I bought to the front mounts of my Corsair 750 Obsidian full tower.Pros:These fans are all most completely silent (less than 85 db at full rpm, about 1500).They move a lot of air (I don't have the CFM numbers, but WOW).The current prices of these extraordinary fans is very low at this time (not long ago we were paying 30.00 + dollars US 'each' for these fans).The box comes with a Y adapter , a low noise adapter (RPM restriction), a 12 inch extension cord , and a molex to PWM adapter. There are also mounting screws or rubber pull mounts for attaching the fans.Cons:The color scheme to some. To me I like the colors (their unique), it shows that I spent the money on the best, but others will disagree.Too end:These fans rock, and if you are willing to spend the extra money to get the best, then Noctua is your best bet. 5Pricey but worth it. I bought this for an NZXT Source 210 case. I am using it in one of the top fan mounts. I primarily bought this fan because the advanced bearing allows mounting in any orientation with no problems. I was also interested in quiet operation and longevity. You can buy quiet fans with fluid bearings for cheaper or about the same price but honestly, superior cooling with good engineering and reliability is worth the price to me. I keep my computers until they wear out (generally) so expensive fans are not a waste of money for me. I love the cabling options. I have come to not be so fond of PWM fans and other methods of controlling fan speed. PWM doesn't always work right and it can be hard to get exactly the speed you want. With this Noctua, the low noise adapter was perfect. I cannot hear this fan over the other five fans in my case and it has brought every temperature reading I have down a few degrees. Anyway, I connected this to a molex from my PSU with the low noise adapter. It's a good thing it came with this adapter because I don't have an open fan port on my motherboard anyway. I would have had to buy a splitter anyway. In conclusion, as is it's reputation as a Noctua product, everything about this fan says quality. It feels like it's built to last. It's surprisingly heavy for a fan. The sleeving on the cables is high quality. I know I do not have to worry about this thing failing anytime soon. 5
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