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Phanteks - PH-F140SP_BK 82.1 CFM 140mm Fan

( 4.7 Average / 23 Ratings )




Part #



Black / White



Air Flow

82.1 CFM

Noise Level

19 dB


1200 RPM

Static Pressure

1.33 mmH₂O

Bearing Type

UFB (Updraft Floating Balance)


Blade Geometry: Nine Colored Blades with MVB(Maelström Vortex Booster) Design
Static Pressure: 1.33mm H2O
Input Current: 0.14 A
Rate Voltage: DC 12V
Input Power: 1.8 W
MTBF: >150,000 h
Cable Length: 500mm

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PCCaseGear $20.00 Out of stock $20.00+
Newegg Australia $22.00 +$12.00 s/h In stock $34.00
Amazon Australia $36.35 In stock $36.35+
( 7 new from $36.35. Last updated 2 hours ago. )
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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


RazrLeaf 8 points 50 months ago
from completed build Titan

Pros: Moves air with a surprising amount of force (see below). Padded corners (see below). Sleeved cables. Sturdy construction. Runs quietly at low to medium RPM, and noticeably but inoffensively at high RPM.

Cons: None...

Other Thoughts: These are fantastic fans. I purchased a pair to augment the stock configuration of my Fractal Design Define R5, and they did their job beautifully, but there were a few complications along the way.

At first, I put one of the fans in the rear as an exhaust, and one in between my HDD cage and my PSU as a bottom intake. However, in the bottom intake position, the fan would intake air with enough force to pull up on the air filter (the filter is ever so slightly bowed away from the bottom of the case). At certain RPMs, this affect would vibrate the filter.

The vibration resulted in me swapping the locations of my 2 Phanteks fans with the stock fans. The stock fans are held in the front with pass through screws, which are just a tad too short. Though this fan is the standard 25mm thick, the padded corners add a millimeter or 2 of thickness, which meant my screws weren't long enough. So I had to take the pads off. They're easy enough to press fit into their notches if I ever need them again.

All in all excellent fans. Not bad for $10 each. (This is a copy of my review on Newegg)

bd3 12 points 47 months ago
from completed build Xenolith

Silent, Cheap, Moves a lot of air, and has a >150,000 MTBF!

FrancineX 7 points 46 months ago
from completed build Fran's Folly

Am quite pleased with these fans and have ordered 2 more to add to case.

Rtwhit 14 points 42 months ago
from completed build Project Something

Move a good amount of air, but can be pretty loud

someta 20 points 40 months ago
from completed build Baby

They move enough air, but they're louder than you'd think :/. Not too bad, but audible.

Tritone 24 points 40 months ago

They're absolutely silent in my case.

Desmond327 20 points 40 months ago
from completed build The Black Box

Great case fan (I have 5). Moves tons of air while remaining relatively silent (hooked up to fan controller). Had a Phanteks case so these fans were a no-brainer aesthetically. A little expensive I found various discounts on these and jumped on them. Got them all for under 40 usd :). I have the fan controllers in an array so to promote positive air pressure throughout the case (cumulative cfm for intakes is higher than exhaust) to compliment the dust filters in combating dust build up.

azianbubbletea 20 points 35 months ago
from completed build Third times the charm

Good looking and performing fan.

Z3DM4N 48 points 29 months ago
from completed build Purity

Nice fan, good accessories, hard to screw in but got there eventually.

kingkaga898 18 points 29 months ago
from completed build Super 144hz build

Great case fan that perfectly matches the aesthetic of the build