300 - 2200 RPM
22.42 - 29.72 CFM
13.5 - 19.89 dB
- 14mm Low Profile Design
- Flow Acceleration Channels
- AAO Frame
- Stepped Inlet Design
- Inner Surface Microstructures
- Integrated Anti-Vibration Pads
- Custom designed PWM IC with SCD
- Low-Noise Adaptor
- 40 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Mini Supercomputer 2018 (Ryzen 7 2700X, 32GB DDR4-3200, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti)
Not too loud, but it does ramp up/down quite a bit. At least it's not a jet engine thank God.
- 32 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Mini ITX Cougar QBX Kaze
Quiet, lots of static pressure
- 23 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build Portable "Workstation"
Noctua's reputation is well deserved. The fan is silent at almost any speed. The only downside is that the sleeving on the cable makes it pretty stiff, and thus hard to manage.
- 18 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build The olive hater's TU100B
Silent, efficient, easy to install, comes PACKED with accessories (Y-splitter, extension cable, LNA, rubber mounts and screws). Would give it 6 stars if I could.
- 10 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 7 + Node 202 Cooler Mod College Build
Very nice fan. Comes with a lot of fittings and accessories. It's barely audible at 50% load and buzzes quietly at 100%. Ugly as hell, but I don't see it much so I can't complain.
- 7 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Geeek A50 ITX
I'm using this fan with a converter bracket on my Ryzen cooler. It's pretty good. Probably the loudest fan in my system, too. Using the LNA included isn't really worth it for the few degrees and few dB in change. I would definitely recommend these fans for any build though. Good quality.
- Intel Core i7-4790K
- Radeon R9 290
- Intel Core i5-6600K (@4.8GHz)
- Radeon R9 Nano
- AMD Ryzen 7 2700X (@3.9 GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti