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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
F8/F9/F12/F14, no P anything.
Arctic UK has 12 of them listed .. as in 12 different variants in P series fans.
https://www.arctic.ac/uk_en/products...an/p-fans.html

Also Arctic EU has them listed.
https://www.arctic.ac/eu_en/products.../case-fan.html

It's possible your browser or Arctic is re-directing you to sites in our area instead of all sites.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
F8/F9/F12/F14, no P anything.
You're probably browsing a different website and not knowing. Such as some outdated US variant of their site due to auto redirect where new products will be available later because US sucks to import to.

https://www.arctic.ac/eu_en/p14.html

https://geizhals.eu/?fs=arctic+p14&in=

https://www.heureka.cz/?h%5Bfraze%5D...&min=&max=&o=3

Even Amazon has them for sell for 26 days now according to tracking but according to Amazon for 34 days already: https://www.amazon.de/Arctic-P14-5er...dp/B07HC9ZWDN/
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I saw a listing for them on Amazon though they either say temporary out of stock or in stock / ships in 1 to 3 months.

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Those static pressure ratings aren't much to brag about. My slowest speed fan, a SanAce 140x38mm 109P1412M101 produces almost twice the static pressure of these fans at 1900 RPM and 33% more CFM.

Might as well go all in- https://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-BG1411#


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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
What The Pook said.

It's really not fair to compare 25mm thick fans to 38 mm thick fans. It's like comparing a fan that runs 1200rpm fan to one that runs 2500rpm and saying the 2500rpm fan has much higher pressure rating. If we were to test the 2500rpm fan's static pressure at 1200rpm it will likely be very similar to that of the 1200rpm fan .. but we can't even do an comparison of 38mm thick fanb to 25mm thick fan.
Then stop claiming its "pressure optimised".
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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
Then stop claiming its "pressure optimised".

Why is it so hard to understand that you can optimize a 25mm fan and that it doesn't mean it's better than a 32/38mm?

People modify their Honda's all the time and make them fast, but I don't think anyone thinks they're faster than a Zonda.

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Then stop claiming its "pressure optimised".
I think you have people mixed up here mate. I've not said anything is 'pressure optimized.'

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I think you have people mixed up here mate. I've not said anything is 'pressure optimized.'
Arctic claims it -- and it's nothing but marketing. The static pressure ratings on these fans are anemic. I'd imagine any restriction in the exhaust or intake path of these fans would result in a large loss in CFM.

I won't be giving up my SanAce 140x38mm for any of these "pressure optimised" fans.
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