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Product Reviews

Noctua NF-P12-1300 CPU Cooler and Case Fan
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Rating: 9.44/10
Johnathon_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/17/15
Cons: -None

Pros: -Quiet-Gorgeous Noctua colors-Great airflow
Comment:
I'll be pickin' these up for the rest of my life or theirs.
Shawn_G@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/30/14
Cons: None

Pros: Amazing fan, very quiet and the quality is seen and felt compared to stock fans as soon as you open it.
Comment:
Have a Hyper 212 Evo heatsink and the stock fan after about a year or so made a very loud noise constantly. A sort of constant grind/whine noise. I just didn't realize how much of a difference it really is. With this fan, the computer sounds almost dead silent (paired with Corsair 50D case) - it's amazing. Anyone in a similar situation (as Google has revealed tons of bad 212 stock fans), definitely do it! Installation was very easy.
Alexandre_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/05/14
Cons: -Expensive.

Pros: -Efficient.-Low noise.
Comment:
I bought 3 of those fans for my Norco RPC-4224 and they are doing their job. I would not say they are that quiet but it's not that bad. The noise level of my server with those and 2 Noctua 80mm is quite low.
Steven_R@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/24/13
Cons: None

Pros: -Very Quiet-Moves a lot of air
Comment:
This fan is amazing. On low speeds you can't even hear it. I replaced all my system fans and it made a major difference. I also have a custom fan controller driven by software controlling my fans.
zavrocK@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/30/13
Cons: not PWMUgly painting

Pros: QuietQuality fansVery powerful
Comment:
I got these on my evo 212 and got a drop  of 3-4 C overal. (+ULTRA quiet)
Ahava
Rating:

Review Date: 09/15/13
Comment:
1. Really quiet!!Ō. integrated accessories (extra power connectorsƝ. Rubber vibration compensators incorporated4. 9 blades more than normal 7 blades found in other 120mm fans The only point that could be a con is the color of the fans (brown and peach), but it is only a con if you have a see by way of case or a single that displays the insides. If your case is enclosed, then this is no problem. A bit pricier than other fans, but I put a premium on operating cool quiet systems.
Yuki
Rating:

Review Date: 09/15/13
Comment:
These move an unbelievable amount of air for the noise they create. Nevertheless audible at close range, but the efficiency/noise ratio is something to behold.They are packaged extremely effectively, come with great hardware to mounting, whether you want to use the rubber mounts or the screws that dig into the plastic. Initial value is quite higher for a fan. The packaging is nearly Also fantastic. I wouldn't thoughts an OEM version if it saved a handful of dollars off the bottom line. I'm blown away. I just can't get more than how well these items perform, they do precisely what they claim to do.The price tag can be easily justified mainly because of the functionality, and even further when you comprehend these have a six year warranty. Not a poor deal at all, they'll probably outlive the computer system.I have 3 of these in a Lian Li case, and all I hear is tough-drives and PSU fan now (I have a very quiet CPU fan).You can't go wrong with these fans.
Riley
Rating:

Review Date: 09/12/13
Comment:
Really excellent. Quiet. Pushes tons of air. I have 4 of these -- two came with the Noctua CPU cooler, and then I ordered 2 a lot more to place in my case.Usually my computer case is fairly warm after an hour or two of getting turned on. With these installed the case was COLD to the touch. Due to the fact my personal computer is on the floor subsequent to my chair, my feet are actually cold now. Could have to turn on the heater.I don't see the point of which includes the "low noise" adapters. It is currently silent.
J. Stephen_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/12/13
Cons: Brown colour.....but I hear they're finally going to make them in black! / Pricey

Pros: Honestly - build quality is second to none. Quiet.
Comment:
I've got 9 various Noctura fans in my PC. Three are two years old and went into my new build. Run just like the day I bought them. Great fans...
Badu
Rating:

Review Date: 08/31/13
Comment:
Extremely quiet, effortlessly the quietest case fan I've ever laid ears onConverter cables incorporated!Operates with SpeedFan and Q-Fan(SmartFan)Moves much more air than quite a few comparable fansCovered cableExtended cable(good for fan controllers) As well quiet? I can hear my HDD functioning, and it is very loud nowSmall priceyRubber screws don't instill a sense of sturdinessNo covering on the fan header"Ugly" to those that for reasons which escape me care about that in a case fan The fan comes with some rather good capabilities, which includes converter cables, the cable itself is considerably longer than your usual fan cable meaning fan controllers with the headers on the controller itself really should reach from the exhaust.The fan's magic "quiet" every person talks about is certainly the quietest fan I've ever had, nevertheless I wish it was in fact capable of pumping the air a small louder, I can hear the HDD over anything fairly clearly with only the soft whoosh of the fan operating at capacity by way of SpeedFan.The cable is covered, but the header is not, I did not use the integrated rubber screws, even so they seem troublesome to truly get into the method without having some dainty work, they don't precisely exhibit any concept of sturdiness.I'll say this once again however, if you like a good sturdy "whoosh" sound to your fans, don't appear here, these are far also quiet for that, and astonishingly at their low RPM and noise level they're cooling my AVC Hercules radiator block at lower temperat
Marta
Rating:

Review Date: 08/26/13
Comment:
Amazing fan. I have it serving me as a front intake and it's lowered the comp's temp about 6C. Incredibly quiet (see cons). The darned fan is so quiet, the quietest fan I had is now loud. So now I have to invest into some other fans mainly because the front intake (which was significantly louder than anything) is now the most silent element. Not actually a con, but I just wanted to express how quiet it is. Don't count on dead silence. It's not going to take place (in my opinion). It still tends to make fan noise from pulling by means of the vents, on the computer case. The fan is quiet sufficient to make me have to get two further replacements to quiet the other fans. Great enterprise scheme.
Gaye
Rating:

Review Date: 08/16/13
Comment:
quite quiet, moves lots of air, cable is currently sleeved and very properly made. state of the art in the case fan/cooling business. Practically not possible to match anything else in the world, let alone your case, to its colour scheme, but if you're hunting at this fan then colour is more of a preference than a have to have. I actually own the NH-D14 and this comes mounted on it. It moves 54 CFM at much less than 19dbs!!! Most fans push that even though producing 30-40dbs. this fan is half as loud as 30dbs and a quarter of 40dbs fans. I have these bad boys operating complete speed all the time and can only I hear my PSU's 140mm fan. HAHA if you're questioning if you must get it, just do your self the favor and just do it.
Tarannum
Rating:

Review Date: 08/15/13
Comment:
I forgot to point out that the NF-P12 ࿖ CFM) has a really slight motor hum. If you're interested in a absolutely silent setup, I would go with the Noctua NF-S12-1200 ࿍ CFM @ 17 dBA) which has close to zero motor noise but much less CFM. On the other hand, the NF-P12 nonetheless has larger static stress for CPU cooling and is particularly quiet at 20 dBA. N/A
Gwydion
Rating:

Review Date: 08/04/13
Comment:
Quiet, moves a lot more air than expected at the noise level.Sleeved connecter and of a fantastic lenght for a clean set up.No whine or noticible hum at complete speed, I do not run the incorporated speed reducers. None that I can believe of. The fan may possibly be quiet but air movement isn't. Alternatively of hearing a noisy fan motor / blades you hear the air flow. Something to be aware of depending on your case design and place.
Ryo
Rating:

Review Date: 07/23/13
Comment:
Supposedly this is the cooler fan, created to make stress to push air via close-set cooler vanes. Noctua designed the sister fan NF S12B to move air. But the reviews say this fan moves as considerably air as that fan. I agree - and it can really draw.I purchased both of these fans, but I discovered that the NF-P12 moves as significantly air as the NF-S12B, specifically at low RPM. And it's quieter. So I installed it as the case exhaust fan. It pulls additional air with less noise than the stock fan it replaced.I swapped the side panels of my case so that I could no longer hear my cooler fan through the side vent. Now I could hear air going in through the slits in the front face of my case. I could also hear though the vent - now behind the motherboard - the air going in although the underside of the MB and by means of the cable pass-throughs. All of this at low RPM, by the way.It's that capacity to create pressure. It performs fantastic as an exhaust fan. I assume you could make a silent vacuum cleaner with it. None. I have this fan controlled by the MB. It comes with in-line resistors to supply three levels of RPM, but the speed manage on the MB is a perfect option.I have several fans by other makers. I use this one particular. I'm thinking of making use of it on a Megahalems. If that functions out I'll be getting an additional of these.
Jihan
Rating:

Review Date: 07/19/13
Comment:
I run a couple on the medium Speed and they are quieter than the Antecs that came with mi case on low. Price tag, but worth it in my opinion.
Chuong
Rating:

Review Date: 06/14/13
Comment:
utilizing 2 in conjunction with my H50, lowered temp by an added of 4C evaluate to Cosair stock fan + original case fansoooooo quiet extremely loud at stock voltageugly and high priced Even even though the fan is advertised for super low noise, most of the noise you'll hear will be coming from air "whooshing" by way of the fins of your cooler radiator. switching the fan to a reduce voltage elevated temp by 1-2C but drastically lowered the noise.
Twyla
Rating:

Review Date: 06/06/13
Comment:
Quiet at full speed.Move reasonable amount of air. Make a tiny noise pushing air by means of a 3x120mm radiator. The rubber grommets break effortlessly and are challenging to install, but are worth the effort. I purchased three of these and 4 of its tiny brother, the 92mm NF-B9 in an effort to make my Pc quiet. They're carrying out a fairly very good job. Only factor left to replace is the aging water pump.
ross_w@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/04/13
Cons: price

Pros: great build quality and performance
Comment:
great airflow and low noise. does anyone like the colors?
Rolanda
Rating:

Review Date: 06/01/13
Comment:
Functions properly in little instances exactly where other people don't None
Skye
Rating:

Review Date: 05/29/13
Comment:
Higher pressure works wonders on heatsink (thermalright extreme) on a quad core i7 920 cpu. Was employing reduce pressure noctua 120mm fan and saw idle/load temps of 42ኩ. Soon after altering to this fan, now seeing a big improve in functionality to idle/load temps of 35ኜ. Only con is it is somewhat high-priced! Now going to replace my case fans as well with this since they have filters which the higher pressure could surely enable with.
Rafer
Rating:

Review Date: 05/12/13
Comment:
Really quiet/silent. You can feel the good quality.Incredibly speedy install - pull the brown rubber stand-offs by way of case initially until they click and stay in-spot. Align fan over all fours standoffs and make certain they all rest losely inside the corresponding fan mounting holes. Use finger or long-nose pliers to stretch every single standoff while pushing the fan up to the case. When you hear/feel a gentle "snap", you're accomplished. None - could have been a small less expensive - but I knew that ahead of I purchased it... It wasn't a difficulty for me, but if your fan headers are on the extreme far side of the board or you want to route the wire though some intricate path, it could be a tiny short. The Low Noise adapters extend wire an additional four inches.Comes with two (low and ultra-low) colour-coded "Low Noise" wiring adapters that lower the fans voltage=speed=noise level: there's no explanation of which is which.
Fynn
Rating:

Review Date: 05/09/13
Comment:
-Quiet-Decent air flowI purchased a new computer system final month and the 120mm that came with the radiator was uber loud, sounded like a vacuum cleaner. I did some investigation and found that these Noctuas were supposed to be quiet. Given that I figured that the lower RPMs would mean decrease airflow, I purchased 2 of them. I installed 1 of them with the radiator at very first in a pull configuration considering that I only had sufficient screws for the 1 fan. It right away quieted down my personal computer. The fan is indeed extremely quiet. I have two 140mm Coolermaster as intake and exhaust, and even though those fans are fairly quiet, the Noctuas are nevertheless quieter, to the point where you're virtually not certain they're running. None seriously. I don't see the price tag as a con because the fan did specifically what it was supposed to do which was quiet down my computer system. I did the research and knew that these fans were costly and nonetheless decided to get them understanding that so I was completely ready to spend the premium, which was well worth it.The color is fine for me too. I'm not a fan of LEDs, so the lack of them is not a con either. I essentially think that the color appears type of nice when looking through black metal mesh on the fan exhaust port. Even with the a single fan, it kept my CPU cool. I lastly did get the screws for the second fan so now I have them in a push/pull config on the radiator. Since the original fan was maintaining the CPU cool, the addition of the second fan allowed me the luxury of running both at lower RPMs with the adapters they included for even quieter operation, which honestly, wasn't genuinely necessary as the fans were extremely quiet to commence with.General I would extremely advise this fan (not its 140mm version even though).
Leeto
Rating:

Review Date: 05/01/13
Comment:
Incredibly quiet. Moves a fantastic deal of air in my case. The selection of of choosing which speed I want to run the fan. Rubber fan mounts for vibration limiting. Did I say QUIET! Price I don't have a gaming rig -this is my only fan in my antec case....primary case fan exhaust. functions good. I preserve going more than to it to make sure it's blowing air. I combined this fan with the addition of a power supply gasket and now I can no longer hear my pc.....awesome
King Sull@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/24/13
Cons: - Not Made to be a Case Fan (Read Noctua's Site)- Expensive

Pros: - Very High Quality Fan- Quiet- Cools Well
Comment:
This is not made to be a case fan. It's meant to cool precise areas like a CPU radiator. Not meant to be in a push/pull config. Push/Pull will cause whistling and no gains. You do not need push/ pull with this fan.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Noctua
Model NF-P12-1300
Spec
Type CPU Cooler and Case Fan
Fan Size 120mm
Bearing Type SSO
RPM Rotational Speed (+/- 10%) 1300 RPM
Rotational Speed with L.N.A. (+/- 10%) 1100 RPM
Rotational Speed with U.L.N.A. (+/- 10%) 900 RPM
Air Flow Airflow: 54.36 CFM
Airflow with L.N.A.:46.23 CFM
Airflow with U.L.N.A.:37.33 CFM
Noise Level Acoustical Noise 19.8 dB(A)
Acoustical Noise with L.N.A. 16.9 dB(A)
Acoustical Noise with U.L.N.A. 12.6 dB(A)
Power Connector 3 / 4 Pin
Physical Spec
Dimensions 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Features
Features This fan support CPU cooling and case.
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