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Noctua NF-P12


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The NF-P12 is an 120 x 25 x 120 mm SSO bearing fan (900-1300 RPM, 12.6-19.8 dBA, 92.3 m3/h airflow). >150,000 hr MTBF. 6 year warranty.


Noctua NF-P12 Reviews Rating: 84 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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APH Networks 7.9/10 Dec 27 '07
DarkVision Hardware 9/10 Dec 03 '07
Hardware Bistro  --- Nov 03 '08
Modders-Inc  --- Apr 24 '08
Overclock3D.Net 87% Nov 05 '07  --- Dec 10 '07
Techconnect 8.1/10 Jun 23 '08
Verdis Reviews 90% Feb 24 '09  --- Nov 27 '07
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Noctua NF-P12 Roundups and Shootouts

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Noctua NF-P12 Review Bjorn3D -- Dec 12 '07

APH Networks on Jan 03 '08

"The Noctua NF-P12 is a well thought product -- with its application taken into account, Noctua has approached the design of such a simple product in appearance very seriously. The abundance of..."

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DarkVision Hardware on Dec 03 '07

"Once again Noctua doesn't disappoint. The NF-P12 produces a decent airflow, a high static pressure and is extremely quiet. This fan is perfect for low-noise CPU, radiator, PSU or case cooling."

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Modders-Inc on Apr 25 '08

"With Noctua, your not only getting a high quality fan that offers excellent cooling at a decreased noise level, you also get a 6 year warranty. Yes thats correct, I said 6 years. The NF-P12 fans go..."

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Overclock3D.Net on Nov 08 '07

"...I am finding it difficult to fault this products performance. It really does tick all the boxes, by providing the airflow of a high-performance fan while producing the same noise as fans that..."

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Techconnect on Jun 23 '08

"Overall, with the NF-P12 Noctua didn’t cut any corners and actually managed to provide a high-end mix of features that work beautifully together. It’s still not owl-quiet but we think the NF-P12..."

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