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Arctic P12 and P120 / P14 and P140 "Pressure Optimized" Fans : reviews/discussion thread

The specs vs the prior gen F12 / F14 and Bionix:

Arctic page: https://www.arctic.ac/us_en/products...an/p-fans.html

P12 PWM specs: https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/2/c/1/6/41...948da82423.pdf
* 200 to 1800 RPM , 0dB mode at < 5% PWM
* 56.3CFM @ 1800RPM with 2.2mm H2O static pressure --- F12 PWM claimed 53 CFM at 1350RPM while BioniX F120 claimed 69 CFM @ 1800RPM
* 0.3 Sone @1,800 RPM --- F12 PWM claimed 0.3 Sone @ 1350RPM ; BioniX F120 claimed 0.5 Sone @ 1800RPM
* 0.96W @ 1800RPM
* fluid dynamic bearing
* 10 year warranty


P14 PWM specs: https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/a/7/a/e/c3...38dc2f42ca.pdf
* 200 to 1700RPM , 0dB mode at <5% PWM
* 72.8CFM @ 1700RPM with 2.4mm H2O static pressure --- F14 PWM claimed 74 CFM while BioniX F140 claimed 104 [email protected] 1800RPM
* 0.3 Sone @ 1700 RPM --- F14 PWM claimed 0.3 [email protected] 1350 RPM ; BioniX claimed 0.6 Sone @ 1800RPM
* 1.44W at 1700RPM
* fluid dynamic bearing
* 10 year warranty


BioniX P120: https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/7/9/8/8/8d...c4b7630b75.pdf
* 200-2100RPM , 0dB Mode < 5% PWM
* 67.56 CFM , 2.75mm H2O static pressure
* 1.56W
* 0.45 Sone @ 2100RPM
* fluid dynamic bearing
* 10 year warranty

BioniX P140: https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/5/3/5/7/04...6b683980c3.pdf
* 200 - 1950 RPM , 0dB mode < 5% PWM
* 77.6CFM @1950RPM , 2.85mm H2O static pressure
* 1.8W @ 1950RPM
* 0.45 Sone @ 1950RPM
* fluid dynamic bearing
* 10 year warranty


edit: found reviews


https://www.bitsandchips.it/9-hardwa...tic-p14-e-p120
Bionix P120 about as noisy as Noctua's NF-A12x25 but pushing more air than Coolermaster Masterfan Pro and within a degree or two of Noctua NF-A12x25
Results suggest it is terrible for push pull though


https://www.modding.fr/test-ventilat...p140-et-p14/5/
Another review with it performing on par with NF-A12x25 as well as SilentWings 3

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If they're out - I can't find them for sale anywhere. They're not on Arctic's site and Google doesn't turn up anything either.

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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.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
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.

Well yeah... it's a 38 mm fan and you're comparing it against 25/27 mm fans.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
Well yeah... it's a 38 mm fan and you're comparing it against 25/27 mm fans.
But the SanAce doesn't brag about being a "pressure optimized" fan.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
But the SanAce doesn't brag about being a "pressure optimized" fan.

Good for them? Assuming Arctic's claimed specs are accurate they look fairly impressive especially if they carry the same price tag as their current Arctic fan lineup.

If you compare any 25mm fan to a 38 or even 32mm fan they're all going to look bad.

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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.

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If they're out - I can't find them for sale anywhere. They're not on Arctic's site and Google doesn't turn up anything either.
https://www.arctic.ac/eu_en/products.../case-fan.html

They've been there around a month now? Saw them there weeks ago.

All the manufacturer air and noise specs are to be taken with a bucket of salt.
There are various variants of this fan beyond what is in OP, check the manufacturer site.
Are they good fans? Who knows, someone gotta compare them at equal conditions to other fans and then factor in price. Usually Arctic fans are pretty good bang 4 buck.

In shops ready to buy they are listed at around 5-6 EUR for 140mm variants, with VAT and free shipped right now, in stock.
Elsewhere in EU even a pack of 5 costs 30 EUR = 5 EUR a piece with VAT (often around 20% in EU).

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https://www.arctic.ac/eu_en/products.../case-fan.html

They've been there around a month now? Saw them there weeks ago.
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