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P12 Silent

Pressure-optimised Extra Quiet 120 mm Fan

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USD 8.49
USD 8.49

Optimised for Static Pressure

During the development of the new P12 Silent, special emphasis was placed on a focused airstream and thus a high static pressure. The fan guarantees extremely efficient cooling, even with increased air resistance. Therefore, the P12 Silent is particularly suitable for use on heatsinks and radiators.

High Quality Bearing

Thanks to an alloy/lubricant combination developed in Germany, friction within the bearing is reduced and greater efficiency is achieved. As a result, there is less heat development as well as less bearing noise, which means you can enjoy a longer service life from your fan.

Virtually Silent Motor

At low fan speed, the motor is the main source of unwanted noise. A motor developed in Germany with an enhanced bearing reduces friction and noise.

Two Way Installation

Push warm air out of the case

Pull cool air into your case

Fan
Performance
Fan:
120 mm, 1 050 RPM (@12 V DC)
Air Flow:
24.1 CFM (40.95 m³/h)
Noise Level:
0.08 Sone (@ 1 050 RPM)
Static Pressure:
0.5 mm H2O (@ 1 050 RPM)
Electrical Characteristics
Typical Voltage:
+ 12 V DC
Start-up Voltage:
4.8 V DC
Cable Length:
400 mm

Voltage Current
12 V DC (Norminal) 0.09 A
Connection
Motherboard:
+ 12 V DC
 
3-pin connector
Size & Weight

Standard 120 mm fan holes
Packaging & Box Content
Warranty
Shipping Information
Item Number UPC EAN
ACFAN00130A 87276700931-8 489521370136-5

FAQ

ARCTIC Fan Guide

Static pressure and air flow in fans - what does that mean?

In addition to the size and the speed of a fan, air flow and static pressure are two important metrics for evaluating the performance of a fan.

For air flow, the transported air volume is measured in cubic meters per hour (m³ / h) or alternatively in cubic feet per minute (CFM). The pressure, however, is measured in mm H²O, with the so-called (milli-) meters of water gauge and corresponds to the pressure in the given water depth.

Information about the air flow therefore gives you information about the maximum amount of air that can be moved by the fan, whereas figures about the static pressure provide information about the pressure with which the air is transported.


Why do you need a high airflow in fans?

Air is a very poor conductor of heat. Without any air circulation, powerful PC components would quickly thermal throttle due to heat accumulation.

The rotational movement of the fan blades creates a mechanical air flow. The airflow transports warm air away and draws in new, cooler air to the heatsink, thus preventing thermal throttling. This, of course, has a big influence on the cooling performance.


What is static pressure important for?

Static pressure is important for cooling performance in situations where completely free air circulation impossible. This may be, for example, a close-meshed housing inlet, or radiators and heatsinks, with their closely spaced cooling fins. In order to guarantee high air circulation through these resistors, the highest possible static pressure is required.

Without a correspondingly high static pressure, the desired air circulation is not achieved, whereby cooling power is lost.


Are the P-fans compatible with my existing Freezer 33?

Yes, the 120 mm versions of the new P-fans can be easily mounted to existing Freezer 32 and Freezer 33 models. This should lead to improved cooling performance.

At the same time, you can benefit from the new engine technology with all its advantages and customization options with the color variations of the PWM-equipped P-fan.


Why are no anti-vibration pads included?

Thanks to the new motor technology of the PWM-equipped P-fans, only 5 % of the commutation vibration of a conventional DC motor is generated. Modern sinus-magnetizing guarantees an even power distribution, which eliminates the need for additional rubber buffering.


My PWM fan stops regularly - is it defective?

No, the fan is not defective. Thanks to the new engine technology, our new PWM fans can operate in a 0 db mode. If the PWM signal falls below 5 %, the fan stops and thus operates completely silently.

If the operating load of the computer rises and more cooling is necessary, the fan is automatically informed via PWM and starts again.


How do I configure my PWM settings?

You can only configure the PWM settings via your BIOS. Please consult your motherboards user manual for additional information.


What is the PWM sharing technology?

An explanation of how the PWM sharing technology (PST) works can be found here:


How many fans can I connect in series via PWM PST?

Up to four fans can be connected via the ARCTIC PWM PST technology.


Pin assignment

Pin No. Wire Colour Wire Colour Wire Colour Power/Signal
Pin 1 Black Black Black (with White mark) Ground
Pin 2 Red Yellow Black VDC +12V
Pin 3 Yellow Green Black RPM Signal
Pin 4 Blue Blue Black PWM Signal

Pin No. Wire Colour Wire Colour Wire Colour Power/Signal
Pin 1 Black Black Black Ground
Pin 2 Red Yellow Black VDC +12V
Pin 3 N/A (Empty) N/A (Empty) N/A (Empty) RPM Signal
Pin 4 Blue Blue Black PWM Signal

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