• Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
  • Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)
Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)

Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX, Premium Quiet Fan, 3-Pin (40x10mm, Brown)

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  • Premium quiet fan, 40x40x10 mm, 12V, 3-pin Molex, 4500/3700 RPM, max. 17.9 dB(A), >150,000 h MTTF
  • Award-winning 40x10mm A-series fan with Flow Acceleration Channels and Advanced Acoustic Optimisation frame for superior quiet cooling performance
  • Ideal replacement for noisy or broken 12V 4cm fans in 3D printers, DVRs, NAS, switches, routers, other network and storage devices, etc.
  • 3-pin 12V FLX version can be run 4500 or 3700 rpm using the supplied Low-Noise Adaptors to fine-tune the fan for maximum airflow or near-silent operation
  • Includes anti-vibration mounts, fan screws, Low-Noise Adaptor, extension cable and OmniJoin adaptor set for connecting the fan to proprietary fan headers

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So quiet that you'll need to double check if it's running I purchased two of these fans for different applications:1.) Replacement of the noisy stock fan in a HP V1910 switch.2.) Direct cooling on an Adaptec 6805E RAID controller.Application number 1 was made significantly easier with the included scotch locks that are part of the fan kit. Leaving adequate length on the stock fan connection, the fan was easily connected to the corresponding wires and was mounted inside of the chassis. Upon reassembly and power application for the switch, I heard NOTHING from a short distance away. Visual inspection with a flashlight confirmed that the fan was indeed working and internal temperate readings from the web interface confirmed that the fan was moving adequate amounts of air. The unit runs 2-3 degrees cooler with 99% less noise.The secondary application for this fan also required some M2.5x12 metric screws to mount the fan to the stock heatsink on the controller. This was a far easier effort due to being able to use the default fan connector on the server motherboard. The controller doesn't overheat and no additional noise above and beyond the CPU heatink's fan can be heard.Many have sung praises for Noctua cooling solutions, and I fully understand why. This well engineered and near silent solution is the perfect fit for a myriad of applications. 5Great replacement for my Duplicator i3 Plus 3D printer This fan, using the included 3 pin-2 pin adapter, is a drop-in replacement for either of the 40mm fans on my Wanhao Duplicator i3 Plus. I couldn't be happier with this fan - not only is it quieter than the stock fan but it pushes 15% more air (4.83 CFM vs 4.11 CFM). The hub of this fan is 25% smaller than the stock fan (18mm vs 24mm) which certainly contributes to the increased air flow.There's a good amount of excess cable which I zip-tied out of the way. The fan blowing on the extruder works at very low speed settings (I used Simplify3D's machine control panel to manually adjust the speed).Poking a wrench through a running fan turned out to be a happy accident because now my printer runs quieter and cooler. This fan is definitely worth the premium price because it's a premium product. 5Awesome! Can't say how impressed I am with the quietness of this fan.I have it installed on a LSI raid controller that is installed in a case that does not have a lot of airflow and the raid card was overheating.Haven't had any issues with it.The fan is EXTREMELY quiet. Didn't have to use the resistor to lower the speed because the stock speed was perfect (connected directly at 12v) not using PWM or any regulators.Sure this may not be as cheap as other fans, but you get what you pay for.Highly recommended. 5Five Stars They are very quiet fans, and they come with a bunch of additional parts and many adapter cables. The extension cable is just that. The low noise adapter is very useful, and adds a slight amount of length to the fan cable.The two pin adapter is for some specific 2 pin pin headers. Personally I used this adapter and removed the existing connector and replaced it with the 2 pin connector I needed. I had the needed connectors and pins and crimper already.There is also a 2 wire adapter that you have to splice to your existing connector. I did not use this as does not look as nice.I used 2 fans on my Wanhao i3 for both the extruder and heat block. In my quiet living room, I needed the low noise adapters as my little IKEA lack could not dampen all the noise. But after installing the low noise adapter the 3d printer still stays cool and I can no longer hear it.I personally used the fan screws instead of the special vibration reducing things, as I added fan grills. The product also adds a little cool color pop on my all black machine. Will buy more for future projects. 5Quality you can feel! I bought this fan after seeing a review from someone else using it in their Robo 3D R1 printer since I would be using it for the same thing. After receiving it I was surprised by the quality of the retail packaging for a fan! It was quality and appealing. Something you don't see for a part so relatively simple. After opening it I immediately noticed the quality of the fan itself and the included connectors.After installing it I had to double check it was working because it was so darn quiet!I just placed an order for a Noctua 60mm to replace the loud one in my R1's power supply. 5Noctua Is My Server Noise Savior For some time these fans have been firmly known in the universe of custom water cooled PCs with glowing lights and fancy cable wrap for gaming and so forth.Now, I m not that kinda guy but over the years I ve purchased dozens of these these either as 3-pin or 4-pin PWM as well as the a4x20 model and so on and absolutely love them.Here s why:I work from home and also have a home lab with a lot of enterprise equipment that would be traditionally found in a Server farm. If you ve ever been in a Server room, you know how loud we are talking here. These manufacturers simply cram in the cheapest, biggest, loudest fan they can find. Better to protect the hardware is their line of thinking. But, why can t we have it all?A lot of people with Server gear at home mitigate this issue by buying an incredibly expensive and large soundproof Server Cabinet. Me, I d like to handle the issue at the source if I can manage close to the same airflow using more quiet fan technology. Keep in mind I said close to. You won t be able to get the same CFM as a 28mm San Ace running at 7,200 rpms but then again you may not need it. However a Noctua at 4,700rpm could be more than adequate. In a home environment there s much more control over various active / passive cooling methods and you won t see necessarily the same kind of workload. Also, ive found that even 2x a4x10 at 4,700rpm is quieter (and the noise is of a less irritating pitch) than some of the 7,200rpm and up fans I ve encountered.Anyhow, while the benefits are great you also must be responsible for fine tuning for your application and paying close attention to system / internal temperatures to ensure the quiet fans are adequate. This could mean a better layout in the chassis, getting better airflow in your rack, heatsinks, and so on... not just fans. So, consider that my disclaimer. Use your head and get the data you need to make an informed decision.If you know what your doing the Noctua makes retrofitting a breeze and comes with just about everything you could concievably need to shoe it in to any kind of build / scenario you can think of. The extras every Noctua comes with may seem excessive to some, but even if you don t use them immediately they ll save you in a pinch if you keep them in a spares drawer.In almost every scenario I ve experienced excellent airflow, huge noise reduction and not a single meltdown thus far. Whenever I ve done a before and after and clocked temperatures I ve seen this particular 4,700rpm fan outperform generic faster spinning fans that supposedly have superior CFM. Instead of using the low noise adapters I frequently utilize a separate manual fan controller so I can dial in just the right mix of noise / speed / airflow for a given application. See the photos I ve provided for where I ve done exactly this with Supermicro M28SACB cages, disabling the on board fan control. However, you can also get a PWM fan (I d use the a4x20 in that case) and use Supermicro s fan and temperature control features.So, even though it s a home environment the use cases aren t mild. I m talking 48 disk raid arrays that I ve gotten cool as a cucumber AND quiet as a church mouse.In the other photo I posted it s my latest application retrofitting 4x A4x10 into a Sonnet Tech xMac mini rack mount Server. I ve also successfully used these fans or similar models in all kinds of other gear. Again, doing a before and after of internal and drive temps is the only way you can determine if this solution can work for you. Don t be careless- heat is a noble foe.Noctua, I don t know what I d do without you. My world would be unbearably loud.However, one small complaint Noctua if you re listening: you ve moved from the standard silicone vibration mounts to what you call the NA-AV3. This is the first time I ve received these so I m assuming it s a fairly new change. I find them a bit fiddly and less easy to use compared to their predecessor. It also makes it more difficult to shoe-in with various retrofits because it has no flat side.... although I can work around it. I m guessing they help with some use case I m unaware of because I don t see the utility at all in the change. Also, the stock at amazon seems to be a variety of the older and newer models as it s been a toss up which kind I wound up with on my last order. 5Super quiet - Premium fan Amazing fan. This thing is super quiet. I bought it to replace a 40mm fan in my 3D printer, and I couldn't even tell this thing was spinning when I powered it up the first time. I thought something was wrong, but it was working just fine. That's how quiet this is. With my old fan, the fan noise was the primary sound you heard when the 3D printer was running. This fan makes my stepper motors seem extra loud, but in reality I'm just taking the constant fan drone out of the picture.This fan does a lot with the aerodynamics of the blades and housing to maintain airflow, but also reduce noise. There are integrated noise isolation pads on the corners of the fan to avoid transmitting vibrations into whatever it's mounted to, further reducing the sound from this fan. I didn't use them for my application, but they even include silicone mounts to completely avoid any screws or hard contact with the frame when mounting the fan. This man has been engineered to be extremely quiet and still meet the performance expectations for air flow.The packaging reflects the premium level of quality of the fan. The accessories and connectors included pretty much make this compatible for any use out of the box.It's all pros for this fan. I don't have any cons other than in not a fan of the Noctua color scheme. This fan is worth it if you are looking for something silent with premium quality.This fan is worth the cost. In reality, yes they cost more than generic fans of this same size, but the cost difference is made up for in the silence and quality that this fan gives you. I would recommend this to anyone. 5The BEST 40mm fan out there This is such a great upgrade for my 3D Printer and made my extruder cooling fan have ZERO noise. I replaced my loud old 40mm fan on my 3D printer with this and didn't change anything about print quality but for sure made it a huge difference on sound. With it being so quiet it doesn't push as much air but still does a decent amount for its size as all Noctua fans do. The rubber isolating mounts on the fan make it great so that the vibration doesn't go into the metal and create more sound. The fan comes with many different adapters and mounting screws to fit your needs. Noctua has always made great fans and I will always have my trust in them with all the fans I have bought from them.Pros- Silent- Moves a decent amount of air still- Anti vibration- Many different cable adapters to fit your needs- Screws and rubber mountsCons- None 5All good so far: Quiet, good airflow I bought this to replace the original garbage fan in an out-of warranty (and discontinued) hot-swap docking station. It took a few modifications to make it fit and to connect it, but I think it was worth it:1. The docking station's original screws were too small in diameter to hold the fan, and the screws that came with the fan were too big for the holes in the docking station, so I had to enlarge those holes.2. I had to cut the fan's leads and splice them, using the included connectors, to the wires from the docking station's very small 3-pin fan connector.Since some had complained about receiving the 5V version of this fan instead of the 12V version, I did check the label and also hook it up temporarily to a 12V source to make sure that it worked correctly -- before cutting any wires.Not that I could have used it if it had been included, because the permanently attached leads were already too long, but I can't help wondering why the OmniJoin adapter has only two conductors instead of three (to include the speed-sensing conductor). Similarly, there is a 3-pin to 2-pin adapter, but no "standard" 3-pin to smaller 3-pin adapter (the 3-pin counterpart to the 2-pin one that is included). Without the speed-sensing connection, my docking station would keep giving me "fan-failure" audible alerts.Some comments on other customers' complaints:1. Poor airflow: (a) some fans this size run at 8000rpm, so if such a fan is replaced by this one, which runs at 4500rpm, a diminished airflow is only to be expected; (b) if the original fan was a 5V one, replacing it by a 12V one (with only a 5V supply) will result in very poor airflow -- and that would account for at least one complaint that the fan needed a prod to get it turning at all, since the manufacturer says that the starting voltage is approx. 7V.2. Loud and did not last long: 5V fan connected to 12V supply? 5FAN-TASTIC!! (See what I did there?) ;-) I bought this fan as a replacement for an essential oils diffuser after the first one wore out. This was the second replacement fan that I bought. The reason why is because the first one that I bought worked fine, but was WAY too loud. It was cheap, so I got what I paid for. Since we use the diffuser in our bedroom in the evening, the sound was very annoying. So, I decided to look for a quieter option. I found this fan and it had good reviews, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Truth is, this fan is WAAAAAY nicer than I expected. It comes with several adapters, including a 3 to 2 wire adapter for high speed only. One of the adapters plugged right into the unit. It also comes with some nice sound/vibration dampeners, which I didn't need, but still a nice feature.Bottom line, this fan works better than the original OEM fan and is so quiet, all I can hear is the trickling of the water inside the unit. Seriously though, it's right next to our bed and you can barely hear it. It's more likely that it's just the actual air moving that I hear. Very nice, very happy. 5
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So quiet that you'll need to double check if it's running I purchased two of these fans for different applications:1.) Replacement of the noisy stock fan in a HP V1910 switch.2.) Direct cooling on an Adaptec 6805E RAID controller.Application number 1 was made significantly easier with the included scotch locks that are part of the fan kit. Leaving adequate length on the stock fan connection, the fan was easily connected to the corresponding wires and was mounted inside of the chassis. Upon reassembly and power application for the switch, I heard NOTHING from a short distance away. Visual inspection with a flashlight confirmed that the fan was indeed working and internal temperate readings from the web interface confirmed that the fan was moving adequate amounts of air. The unit runs 2-3 degrees cooler with 99% less noise.The secondary application for this fan also required some M2.5x12 metric screws to mount the fan to the stock heatsink on the controller. This was a far easier effort due to being able to use the default fan connector on the server motherboard. The controller doesn't overheat and no additional noise above and beyond the CPU heatink's fan can be heard.Many have sung praises for Noctua cooling solutions, and I fully understand why. This well engineered and near silent solution is the perfect fit for a myriad of applications. 5Great replacement for my Duplicator i3 Plus 3D printer This fan, using the included 3 pin-2 pin adapter, is a drop-in replacement for either of the 40mm fans on my Wanhao Duplicator i3 Plus. I couldn't be happier with this fan - not only is it quieter than the stock fan but it pushes 15% more air (4.83 CFM vs 4.11 CFM). The hub of this fan is 25% smaller than the stock fan (18mm vs 24mm) which certainly contributes to the increased air flow.There's a good amount of excess cable which I zip-tied out of the way. The fan blowing on the extruder works at very low speed settings (I used Simplify3D's machine control panel to manually adjust the speed).Poking a wrench through a running fan turned out to be a happy accident because now my printer runs quieter and cooler. This fan is definitely worth the premium price because it's a premium product. 5Awesome! Can't say how impressed I am with the quietness of this fan.I have it installed on a LSI raid controller that is installed in a case that does not have a lot of airflow and the raid card was overheating.Haven't had any issues with it.The fan is EXTREMELY quiet. Didn't have to use the resistor to lower the speed because the stock speed was perfect (connected directly at 12v) not using PWM or any regulators.Sure this may not be as cheap as other fans, but you get what you pay for.Highly recommended. 5Five Stars They are very quiet fans, and they come with a bunch of additional parts and many adapter cables. The extension cable is just that. The low noise adapter is very useful, and adds a slight amount of length to the fan cable.The two pin adapter is for some specific 2 pin pin headers. Personally I used this adapter and removed the existing connector and replaced it with the 2 pin connector I needed. I had the needed connectors and pins and crimper already.There is also a 2 wire adapter that you have to splice to your existing connector. I did not use this as does not look as nice.I used 2 fans on my Wanhao i3 for both the extruder and heat block. In my quiet living room, I needed the low noise adapters as my little IKEA lack could not dampen all the noise. But after installing the low noise adapter the 3d printer still stays cool and I can no longer hear it.I personally used the fan screws instead of the special vibration reducing things, as I added fan grills. The product also adds a little cool color pop on my all black machine. Will buy more for future projects. 5Quality you can feel! I bought this fan after seeing a review from someone else using it in their Robo 3D R1 printer since I would be using it for the same thing. After receiving it I was surprised by the quality of the retail packaging for a fan! It was quality and appealing. Something you don't see for a part so relatively simple. After opening it I immediately noticed the quality of the fan itself and the included connectors.After installing it I had to double check it was working because it was so darn quiet!I just placed an order for a Noctua 60mm to replace the loud one in my R1's power supply. 5Noctua Is My Server Noise Savior For some time these fans have been firmly known in the universe of custom water cooled PCs with glowing lights and fancy cable wrap for gaming and so forth.Now, I m not that kinda guy but over the years I ve purchased dozens of these these either as 3-pin or 4-pin PWM as well as the a4x20 model and so on and absolutely love them.Here s why:I work from home and also have a home lab with a lot of enterprise equipment that would be traditionally found in a Server farm. If you ve ever been in a Server room, you know how loud we are talking here. These manufacturers simply cram in the cheapest, biggest, loudest fan they can find. Better to protect the hardware is their line of thinking. But, why can t we have it all?A lot of people with Server gear at home mitigate this issue by buying an incredibly expensive and large soundproof Server Cabinet. Me, I d like to handle the issue at the source if I can manage close to the same airflow using more quiet fan technology. Keep in mind I said close to. You won t be able to get the same CFM as a 28mm San Ace running at 7,200 rpms but then again you may not need it. However a Noctua at 4,700rpm could be more than adequate. In a home environment there s much more control over various active / passive cooling methods and you won t see necessarily the same kind of workload. Also, ive found that even 2x a4x10 at 4,700rpm is quieter (and the noise is of a less irritating pitch) than some of the 7,200rpm and up fans I ve encountered.Anyhow, while the benefits are great you also must be responsible for fine tuning for your application and paying close attention to system / internal temperatures to ensure the quiet fans are adequate. This could mean a better layout in the chassis, getting better airflow in your rack, heatsinks, and so on... not just fans. So, consider that my disclaimer. Use your head and get the data you need to make an informed decision.If you know what your doing the Noctua makes retrofitting a breeze and comes with just about everything you could concievably need to shoe it in to any kind of build / scenario you can think of. The extras every Noctua comes with may seem excessive to some, but even if you don t use them immediately they ll save you in a pinch if you keep them in a spares drawer.In almost every scenario I ve experienced excellent airflow, huge noise reduction and not a single meltdown thus far. Whenever I ve done a before and after and clocked temperatures I ve seen this particular 4,700rpm fan outperform generic faster spinning fans that supposedly have superior CFM. Instead of using the low noise adapters I frequently utilize a separate manual fan controller so I can dial in just the right mix of noise / speed / airflow for a given application. See the photos I ve provided for where I ve done exactly this with Supermicro M28SACB cages, disabling the on board fan control. However, you can also get a PWM fan (I d use the a4x20 in that case) and use Supermicro s fan and temperature control features.So, even though it s a home environment the use cases aren t mild. I m talking 48 disk raid arrays that I ve gotten cool as a cucumber AND quiet as a church mouse.In the other photo I posted it s my latest application retrofitting 4x A4x10 into a Sonnet Tech xMac mini rack mount Server. I ve also successfully used these fans or similar models in all kinds of other gear. Again, doing a before and after of internal and drive temps is the only way you can determine if this solution can work for you. Don t be careless- heat is a noble foe.Noctua, I don t know what I d do without you. My world would be unbearably loud.However, one small complaint Noctua if you re listening: you ve moved from the standard silicone vibration mounts to what you call the NA-AV3. This is the first time I ve received these so I m assuming it s a fairly new change. I find them a bit fiddly and less easy to use compared to their predecessor. It also makes it more difficult to shoe-in with various retrofits because it has no flat side.... although I can work around it. I m guessing they help with some use case I m unaware of because I don t see the utility at all in the change. Also, the stock at amazon seems to be a variety of the older and newer models as it s been a toss up which kind I wound up with on my last order. 5Super quiet - Premium fan Amazing fan. This thing is super quiet. I bought it to replace a 40mm fan in my 3D printer, and I couldn't even tell this thing was spinning when I powered it up the first time. I thought something was wrong, but it was working just fine. That's how quiet this is. With my old fan, the fan noise was the primary sound you heard when the 3D printer was running. This fan makes my stepper motors seem extra loud, but in reality I'm just taking the constant fan drone out of the picture.This fan does a lot with the aerodynamics of the blades and housing to maintain airflow, but also reduce noise. There are integrated noise isolation pads on the corners of the fan to avoid transmitting vibrations into whatever it's mounted to, further reducing the sound from this fan. I didn't use them for my application, but they even include silicone mounts to completely avoid any screws or hard contact with the frame when mounting the fan. This man has been engineered to be extremely quiet and still meet the performance expectations for air flow.The packaging reflects the premium level of quality of the fan. The accessories and connectors included pretty much make this compatible for any use out of the box.It's all pros for this fan. I don't have any cons other than in not a fan of the Noctua color scheme. This fan is worth it if you are looking for something silent with premium quality.This fan is worth the cost. In reality, yes they cost more than generic fans of this same size, but the cost difference is made up for in the silence and quality that this fan gives you. I would recommend this to anyone. 5The BEST 40mm fan out there This is such a great upgrade for my 3D Printer and made my extruder cooling fan have ZERO noise. I replaced my loud old 40mm fan on my 3D printer with this and didn't change anything about print quality but for sure made it a huge difference on sound. With it being so quiet it doesn't push as much air but still does a decent amount for its size as all Noctua fans do. The rubber isolating mounts on the fan make it great so that the vibration doesn't go into the metal and create more sound. The fan comes with many different adapters and mounting screws to fit your needs. Noctua has always made great fans and I will always have my trust in them with all the fans I have bought from them.Pros- Silent- Moves a decent amount of air still- Anti vibration- Many different cable adapters to fit your needs- Screws and rubber mountsCons- None 5All good so far: Quiet, good airflow I bought this to replace the original garbage fan in an out-of warranty (and discontinued) hot-swap docking station. It took a few modifications to make it fit and to connect it, but I think it was worth it:1. The docking station's original screws were too small in diameter to hold the fan, and the screws that came with the fan were too big for the holes in the docking station, so I had to enlarge those holes.2. I had to cut the fan's leads and splice them, using the included connectors, to the wires from the docking station's very small 3-pin fan connector.Since some had complained about receiving the 5V version of this fan instead of the 12V version, I did check the label and also hook it up temporarily to a 12V source to make sure that it worked correctly -- before cutting any wires.Not that I could have used it if it had been included, because the permanently attached leads were already too long, but I can't help wondering why the OmniJoin adapter has only two conductors instead of three (to include the speed-sensing conductor). Similarly, there is a 3-pin to 2-pin adapter, but no "standard" 3-pin to smaller 3-pin adapter (the 3-pin counterpart to the 2-pin one that is included). Without the speed-sensing connection, my docking station would keep giving me "fan-failure" audible alerts.Some comments on other customers' complaints:1. Poor airflow: (a) some fans this size run at 8000rpm, so if such a fan is replaced by this one, which runs at 4500rpm, a diminished airflow is only to be expected; (b) if the original fan was a 5V one, replacing it by a 12V one (with only a 5V supply) will result in very poor airflow -- and that would account for at least one complaint that the fan needed a prod to get it turning at all, since the manufacturer says that the starting voltage is approx. 7V.2. Loud and did not last long: 5V fan connected to 12V supply? 5FAN-TASTIC!! (See what I did there?) ;-) I bought this fan as a replacement for an essential oils diffuser after the first one wore out. This was the second replacement fan that I bought. The reason why is because the first one that I bought worked fine, but was WAY too loud. It was cheap, so I got what I paid for. Since we use the diffuser in our bedroom in the evening, the sound was very annoying. So, I decided to look for a quieter option. I found this fan and it had good reviews, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Truth is, this fan is WAAAAAY nicer than I expected. It comes with several adapters, including a 3 to 2 wire adapter for high speed only. One of the adapters plugged right into the unit. It also comes with some nice sound/vibration dampeners, which I didn't need, but still a nice feature.Bottom line, this fan works better than the original OEM fan and is so quiet, all I can hear is the trickling of the water inside the unit. Seriously though, it's right next to our bed and you can barely hear it. It's more likely that it's just the actual air moving that I hear. Very nice, very happy. 5
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