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Noctua NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000 PWM 71.7 CFM 120mm Fan

( 5.0 Average / 12 Ratings )




Part #

NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000 PWM
(or) NF-F12 iPPC-2000 PWM





Air Flow

71.7 CFM

Noise Level

29.7 dbA


450 - 2000 RPM

Static Pressure

3.94 mm/H2O

Bearing Type


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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


robcandraw 26 points 22 months ago
from completed build Ginja Ninja

quiet, powerful and in updated colors for the typical Noctuas of the past. These fas are pricey- but you get what you pay for. Quality build and they have a distinctive quality unmatched by competitors. Excellent case fans for water-cooled radiator configs.

BinaryLife 24 points 13 months ago
from completed build LightBox

Bought to replace the standard exhaust fan that came in my case. Can instantly feel a stronger draught coming out the back of the PC, and no noticeable increase in noise. Decided to go for this over the 3000 RPM model, as some said that can be too noisy at full speed. When I use Asus Fan Xpert to go into turbo mode, there is a veritable gale blowing out of the back of the PC. As always, the quality is top drawer, and the colour scheme blends in a little better with the rest of the build.

TaylorPope 17 points 8 months ago

Noctua remains the king of case fans and these are no exception to that rule. Easy to install, very quiet, and provide plenty of cool air for the 480 to suck in.

Kaptenroed 11 points 7 months ago

I've got 7 of these in my h440 and 4 of them is on the radiator as push/pull . They're awesome!

stonedboss 13 points 6 months ago

Can a Noctua fan get any better? I guess it can. This is just as awesome as their standard fans, but it is dust and water resistant, it goes up to 2000 RPM for higher cooling (vs 1200-1500 RPM max for standard fans), and to some it may be more aesthetically pleasing since it is all black without the vibration dampeners.

I keep mine idling at 1200 RPM, but I know it can go as low as 1080 RPM. I am not sure if it can go any lower, so if you want to be super stealthy then this fan is not for you. Otherwise, if noise is not an issue but you want maximum cooling, then this is the best 120mm fan to get imo.

This is a bit more efficient than the IPPC-3000 in terms of noise:airflow ratio, and I don't believe I will ever use 2000 RPM to ever need 3000 RPM (or any average user). 2000 RPM sounds like a 80mm fan lol. According to the charts at uk.hardware.info, it is the best 120mm 2000 RPM fan in terms of air flow.

Synisterr 12 points 4 months ago

These are really good quality fan, but they come at a price. Just wish they didn't use ugly colours for there non-industrialPPC series.

BoxMonster 13 points 3 months ago
from completed build IronManPC 1.2

Great static pressure fan for water cooler radiators. Essentially silent at least up until 50%, which is where my fan curve maxes out.

kennyboy12 29 points 17 days ago
from completed build My Little Beast

Power fan. Cools stuff. Great color. Love it.