|Item model number||ACFAN00096A|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 14 x 2.8 cm; 180 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14 x 14 x 2.8 centimeters|
Arctic BioniX F140-140 mm Gaming Case Fan with PWM PST Cooling Fan with PST-Port, White
- LOW MOTOR TEMPERATURE - 4 X LIFE SPAN: 10 DegreeC lower motor temperature doubles the life span. The BioniX gaming fans have a four times longer service life through low coil temperature
- NEW ARCTIC MOTOR: Extremely quiet operation through a newly developed motor guarantees long sessions without annoying noise
- 200 TO 1800 RPM: With a wide range of regulation and the PWM Sharing Technology (PST)
- OPTIMISED FAN DESIGN: We further optimised the fan blade design to get a higher airflow at lower noise generation
- ENHANCED BEARING: Due to a new alloy/lubricant combination developed in Germany, the friction within the bearing is reduced and a greater efficiency is achieved
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About ARCTIC ARCTIC is a leading manufacturer of silent PC coolers and components and has initiated and sustainably influenced the trend towards quiet cooling systems. Besides a wide range of CPU and GPU coolers, ARCTIC offers high quality monitor mounts as well as an audio product line. The company, run by founder Magnus Huber, has locations in Germany, Hong Kong and the USA and convinces pc enthusiasts in over 45 countries with innovative and user-friendly products, high quality and fair prices. For more than 15 years ARCTIC stands for comfortable computing, excellent service and personal support. About ARCTIC ARCTIC is a leading manufacturer of silent PC coolers and components and has initiated and sustainably influenced the trend towards quiet cooling systems. Besides a wide range of CPU and GPU coolers, ARCTIC offers high quality monitor mounts as well as an audio product line. The company, run by founder Magnus Huber, has locations in Germany, Hong Kong and the USA and convinces pc enthusiasts in over 45 countries with innovative and user-friendly products, high quality and fair prices. For more than 15 years ARCTIC stands for comfortable computing, excellent service and personal support.
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Maximum Quietness, Minimum Vibration
Extremely quiet operation through a specially developed motor ensures long sessions without annoying noise. ARCTIC's motor of the BioniX Fans eliminates vibrations directly at its source, in particular at the motor. Thus, there is no need for rubber spacers due to the steady torque and smoother switching of the magnet field.
200 to 1800 RPM
With a wide range of regulation and the PWM Sharing Technology (PST), the BioniX F140 fan speed can be controlled synchronously with all your other fans together and thus keep the noise at a minimum while ensuring maximum cooling performance when needed.
Optimised Fan Design
We further optimised the fan blade design to get a higher airflow at lower noise generation. This means high pressure and highly efficient ventilation for your gaming case.
Due to a unique technology developed in Germany, the friction within the bearing is reduced and a greater efficiency is achieved. This way, there is less heat development as well as less bearing noise and you can enjoy a longer service life of your cooler.
|BioniX F140||BioniX P140||F14 Silent||F14||F14 PWM PST||P14 PWM PST|
|Size||140 x 140 x 28 mm||140 x 140 x 28 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm||140 x 140 x 27 mm|
|Fan Speed||200–1800 RPM||200–1950 RPM||800 RPM||1350 RPM||200–1350 RPM||200–1700 RPM|
|Airflow||104 CFM/176 m³/h (@ 1800 RPM)||77.6 CFM/131.92 m³/h (@ 1950 RPM)||46 CFM/78 m³/h (@ 800 RPM)||74 CFM/126 m³/h (@ 1350 RPM)||74 CFM/126 m³/h (@ 1350 RPM)||72.8 CFM/123.76 m³/h (@ 1700 RPM)|
|Noise Level||0.6 Sone (@ 1800 RPM)||0.45 Sone (@ 1950 RPM)||0.08 Sone (@ 800 RPM)||0.5 Sone (@ 1350 RPM)||0.5 Sone (@ 1350 RPM)||0.3 Sone (@ 1700 RPM)|
|Control Type||PST||PST||Fixed Speed||Fixed Speed||PST||PST|
|Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Weight||184 g||181 g||180 g||180 g||181 g||194 g|
|Static pressure||2.35 H2O (@ 1800 RPM)||2.85 H2O (@ 1950 RPM)||0.45 H2O (@ 800 RPM)||1.3 H2O (@ 1350 RPM)||1.3 H2O (@ 1350 RPM)||2.4 H2O (@ 1700 RPM)|
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When I first got the fans I looked them Over and noticed a bit of flex in the frame but just attributed it to being the round frame and not a solid square making it a bit less sturdy however when mounting them the flex was extremely noticeable. It's fine once you have all four screws fully secured but getting all four secured was definitely a task when you feel like with every turn it might break. Now once I installed them and turned on my computer I thought great they are in and working, I ran a stress test to make sure they would ramp up with temps which they did but when they slowed back down I noticed a very audible whine which was only solved by going into the BIOS and creating a custom fan curve not allowing them to run at less than 35% which in turn makes the fans themselves louder at idle since they have to spin faster.
Other than that and now that I have solved all the issues I had I really do like these fans but I wouldn't recommend them to anyone looking for a quiet fan who isn't comfortable with adjusting fan curves in BIOS or some other software and I personally wouldn't purchase this model again.
No change in temps at all for my PC, but I expected as much.
This particular case is known to not get any cooler with intake fans, more relying on exhaust. Air really doesn't like turning 90°, slowing down a lot when forced to.
That said, they do look great and have certainly helped with dust mitigation as the suction at the front is very noticeably increased, with more dust collecting on the intake filters since they were installed.
The PST feature is also really nice, no fan splitters needed. The cables are somewhat short though, after a minor error on my part I ended up having to do some doing some rearranging since my exhaust fans were plugged into the front fan headers.
They're definitely quite noisy though, at 50% fan speed is just on the tolerable end for me, but I'm compromising noise for dust mitigation. Regardless, I'm currently looking at replacing them with an AIO liquid cooler that I'll eventually add Noctua's to. These were more just an experiment.
I got what I expected, but these will definitely perform much better in a case with an intake on the front panel.
If you have an NZXT H500 and just want better cooling though, replace the rear fans with Noctua's and be done with it.
Edit 08/03/19: Realized I made a mistake. I didn't notice the extension I used previously actually was designed to reduce fan speed and noise. Modified review accordingly to reflect new findings.
*The connection/wire comes from the middle of the fan vs the side which means the wires pass infront of the fan blades ! Very odd/bad design choice.
Will be returning for refund !
The F140 I received had these faults:
a) loud fan clicking noises on rev up and rev down
b) inconsistent fan speeds when set to a constant RPM (would oscillate +/- 500-1000 rpm
c) a + b would happen together
d) ventilation seemed to be better with my P14 (a pressure fan) when switched in compared to the Bionix F140
The build quality seemed good until I used it. It was placed in the rear exhaust position. Maybe I got a defective unit but I know that their other fans don't have these issues. Might just be the Bionix lineup.
Also the frame itself is not sturdy, I guess they tried to save weight, but you can easily flex it, so when you install these you have to be real careful not to flex the frame otherwise the fan's won't be able to spin
Just for the Looks and the 10 year warranty.
Beautiful but oh so loud !
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While I may build others water cooling systems I’m too old fashion and don’t like water/electronic mixes particularly as varied temps will eventually break any seal so I go for air cooling on my systems and for gaming needs this supplies the high airflow I need at a decent price with acceptable sound levels.
I’ve always been a fan of arctic fans and this has only reaffirmed my opinion.
but this is more for style
Airflow - 117 m³/h
if you want performance get theses looks ugly but that airflow is slightly better
Noctua NF-P12 redux-1700 PWM, 4-Pin, High Performance Cooling Fan with 1700RPM (120mm, Grey)
AirFlow - 120,2 m³/h
Airflow is very good even at low speeds and also love the shiny logo they have on them too!
Anyways after about 3 months of use though I have noticed the white has started to turn yellowish even though there is no direct sunlight anywhere near my PC as the blinds near it are permanently closed and also that when they get to about 50% speed they are very audible during gameplay!