Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-2000 IP67 PWM, Heavy Duty Cooling Fan, 4-Pin, 2000 RPM (120mm, Black)
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- Heavy duty cooling fan, 120x120x25 mm, 12V, 4-pin PWM, IP67 certified, max. 2000 RPM, max. 29.7 dB(A), >150,000 h MTTF
- Award-winning 120x25mm fan with FocusedFlow frame for high static pressure and superior cooling efficiency
- 12V 2000rpm model (29.7dB) with 4-pin PWM connector for automatic speed control via 4-pin PWM fan headers, broad 450-2000rpm speed range
- High-speed industrialPPC version for industrial heavy-duty applications that require extreme cooling performance and advanced ingress protection
- Ruggedised fibre-glass reinforced polyamide construction and IP67 certified water and dust protection
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Conceived for industrial heavy duty applications that require enhanced cooling performance and advanced ingress protection, the NF-F12 industrialPPC (Protected Performance Cooling) is a ruggedised high-speed version of the award-winning retail model. Thanks to the outstanding aerodynamic efficiency of the NF-F12 design and the use of a novel three-phase motor, the industrialPPC version provides superior airflow and pressure capacity while keeping noise levels and power consumption moderate as against comparable high-speed fans. While its fibre-glass reinforced polyamide construction and certified water and dust protection make the NF-F12 industrialPPC suitable for operation in challenging environments, the renowned SSO2 bearing technology assures an MTBF of over 150.000hrs. Topped off with Noctua’s trusted reliability, the NF-F12 industrialPPC is an ideal choice for highly demanding applications that require superior flow rates and ultimate dependability.
Award-winning NF-F12 design
Having received more than 150 awards and recommendations from the international press, Noctua's NF-F12 has become a proven premium choice for 120mm cooling needs. Its renowned efficiency has convinced tens of thousands of customers all over the world.
2000rpm industrialPPC version
Thanks to its elevated 2000rpm top speed, the NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000 provides a significant performance boost over the 1500rpm retail version. Combined with the industrialPPC series' robust polyamide construction and advanced protection features, this makes the fan ideal for challenging industrial applications.
Fibre-glass reinforced polyamide construction
Both the impeller and the frame of Noctua’s industrialPPC fans are made entirely from fibre-glass reinforced polyamide. This material can withstand temperatures up to 140°C and makes the fans even more robust and break-proof than Noctua’s standard fibre-glass reinforced PBT fans.
Certified IP67 water- and dust protection
The motor and PCB of the IP67 version are completely cast in a special, highly heat conductive resin that combines thoroughgoing protection and effective motor heat dissipation. Complying with the ingress protection rating IP67, this fan is not only fully dust tight but also completely waterproof up to 1m water depth.
Three-phase motor design
While most axial fans use single-phase motors with 4 slots, Noctua's industrialPPC fans feature a three-phase design with 6 slots, which provides smoother transitions between the slots and thus allows for even higher running smoothness, further reduced vibrations and unprecedented energy efficiency.
The industrialPPC models are high-speed fans for industrial applications. As such, they are not as quiet as other Noctua fans and less suited for low-noise PC builds. Unless you specifically require the higher speeds and performance of the industrialPPC versions, we recommend using models of our other product lines.
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|Connector||3-Pin||4-pin PWM||4-pin PWM||4-pin PWM||4-pin PWM||4-pin PWM|
|IP52 water/dust protection||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|IP67 water/dust protection||X||X||✓||X||✓||✓|
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The IP67 designation means that these are sealed to be completely dustproof and can also be submerged up to 1 M in water! Normal F12s don't have these designations and the normal industrial ones have IP52, which means highly dust resistant, but only rated for 3mm of light rain. I honestly bought these over the regular industrial ones mainly because my CPU exists in a tight space on a carpeted room, meaning dust will accumulate greatly and this will help to prevent it.
Currently, I have 4 of these all on radiators through push (the recommended method, as the pull is not as good) and compared to Phanteks MP120, which I previously used, these can run more RPMs before becoming noticeable.
If you're going for silent cooling, the point isn't to run these at 2000 RPMs, although you can if you need the cooling. The point is to run them at lower speeds for almost inaudible cooling. Run these at 800 RPMs and you can't hear them. Even at 1000 you can't hear them. They become more audible starting at 1100 RPM. My radiators are designed for low speed (600-1200 RPM) fans, so these work quite well and I can even ramp them up if I really want to. My previous Phanteks would become noticeable around the 900 RPM mark and for some reason had really bad resonance once I started going up to their 1650 RPM limit. These don't create the noise even when starting up at 2000 RPM, but they are noticable louder than the Phanteks due to the RPM spinning. With 4 of these in your computer it's pretty easy to tell when you turn it on so if you're trying to start the computer up at night, you might be a little conscious with this.
One thing I do like about these compared to Phanteks are that the rubber grommets are much thicker and thus prevent more vibrations of the fan compared to the Phanteks which use a sort of very thin foam.
There is another version with more RPMs, the iPPC 3000. Honestly, I wouldn't get those unless you're going to be using them for some hardcore system that requires as much airflow as possible without regard to sound. My friend has it and while I thought my 2000s were loud, his 3000s sound like blenders all running at once. He even had to build a custom acrylic sound box around his case to dampen the sound but it's still crazy loud. Stick with these and you'll be just fine.
I lost a few fans before this one, mainly because of the corrosion that show up quickly in a 90% humidity condition.
So far this fan had been perfect and do not seem to show any sign of early failure.
One small downside, if you plan to have it controlled using an Arduino PWM signal it won't work until you reach a 70% duty cycle. You may have other ways to control it, but won't be as easy than a simple PWM, maybe playing with the timers would generate a suitable PWM signal for that fan.
Used a CFM meter and gauge to check how much is being pushed through the radiator. I hear mainly the radiator. SO what I have them tasked as the noise level is higher than I would like but I cant argue w the results. 540 linear feet per minute of cool air x3 is being sucked in by these fans. I have these fans connected by a x3 4pin to x1 4pin extension and plugged into the Wpump+ four pin at the bottom of my Z390E Gaming motherboard. That runs at 3A 36 watts, corresponds to cooling which is a TTake - 360mm, 3.0 ultimate water cooler and runs at one speed full blast. (I'll get a snapshot of it tonight to confirm for all)
Bios stated that my CPU was 27C. Used my RGB RAM as a visual color thermometer and the rig didn't break 60C while playing Resident Evil 2 Remake at max graphic settings. Compared to the previous fans which idle temp was 32C.
Only color of Noctua I would consider putting in my rig since the others seem to drive my eyes into causing me actual physical pain just from looking at the standard ones. Very sharp. I picked up four of them. Three for intake one extra for exhaust that I added to the top of the rig. Noctua now owns my favor for cooling needs. I highly recommend
*****Update*****, this fan is AWESOME!!!
I've used these fans in 95% humidity with a ultrasonic humidifier to provide the humidity in my chambers to grow gourmet mushrooms and the have not failed yet! And the have been used constantly...still kicking and no signs of slowing down, will definitely buy again!
Its been a few months now and the fans are still working great. Super quiet at normal speeds, I boosted them to max rpm with the Corsair I-link software and they get LOUD. I've never actually needed them to run at such high speeds for normal and extended gaming sessions though so its still not an issue for me. At normal speeds of 700-900 rpm they're extremely quiet and keep the water temps on the h100i at a minimum. Totally worth the price to me. I don't mind paying extra for quality components that will outlast cheaper products
- Plug & play. Plugged into GPU fan headers & controllable through GPU Tweak or MSI Afterburner.
- Already seeing better Temps. Currently a 10-15 C cooler temp on GPU (average over 6 hours), still adjusting setup.
- Even if run at full speed these are not loud, max. 29.7 dB(A). Full speed sounds like someone whispering to you. With any decent noise cancelling headset this is inaudible while gaming or watching videos.
I'm very pleased with this. I was worried that this might not be a quiet as a standard f12, but I'm pleased to say it's identical until you spin it up to high rpm. It's nearly silent below 50% at 70% it starts to whoosh, but you only really hear the wind noise.
This is a great fan.
CPU is AMD Ryzen 3900x, at full load and full speed, the CPU temp is usually around 73 degree C / 163 degree F.