The NF-A14 is a premium high-quality 140mm fan. Its square design allows it to be used on water-cooling radiators or function as high-performance case fans. It improves on its predecessor NF-P14 in its quiet operation and cooling performance. The PWM version comes with a fully automatic speed control via 4-pin fan headers and a Low-Noise-Adaptor to reduce the maximum speed during PWM control from 1500rpm to 1200rpm. It is the best choice for PC builders who need excellent cooling and quiet operation.
Low-Noise Adapter (L.N.A.), 4-Pin Y-Cable, 30cm Extension Cable, 4 Vibration-Compensators, 4 Fan Screws
|Speed (+/- 10%)||1500 RPM|
|Min. speed (PWM, +/-20%)||300 RPM|
|Acoustical noise||115,5 dB(A)|
|Static pressure||2,08 mm H₂O|
|Max. input power||1,56 W|
|Max. input current||0,13 A|
|Operating voltage||12 V|
|MTTF||> 150.000 h|
More details can be found on manufacturer’s website.
|Dimensions||14 × 14 × 2.5 cm|
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