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Noctua NF-P14s redux-1200 PWM 64.9 CFM 140mm Fan

( 4.6 Average / 8 Ratings )




Part #

NF-P14s redux-1200 PWM





Air Flow

64.9 CFM

Noise Level

19.6 dbA


350 - 1200 RPM

Static Pressure

1.29 mm/H2O

Bearing Type


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Umart $22.00 In stock $22.00+
Newegg Australia $23.10 $23.10+
Mwave Australia $23.99 $23.99+
Scorptec $24.00 In stock $24.00+
PCCaseGear $25.00 In stock $25.00+
Skycomp Technology $28.27 In stock $28.27+

Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


smoothbit 67 points 21 months ago
from completed build Practise Cube

Nicely built and very quiet, this reduces the temperature of the CPU in my small form factor computer by 5ºC. When Smart Fan Control is active on the motherboard, this only runs at 800 RPM under load, the full 1200 RPM is reached when Smart Fan Control is disabled.

jawash22 22 points 15 months ago

Strong...quiet..front intakes fans

rsvanarnam 25 points 12 months ago
from completed build Skylake Classified

Fantastic fans! I've never had a case full of Noctua fans (mostly due to the color) these were $14 each and PWM. Almost totally silent. Wish they came with the rubber dampeners that the others have....

nicktf2 10 points 5 months ago


bospk 38 points 22 days ago

Noctua make downright amazing fans. I’ve used some of their NF-A14 fans in the past, and they blew a gale (with an great decibel rating) so the decision to remove the stock case fans and replace them with Noctua’s was a no brainer. The Redux model is slightly cheaper than the AF model, but the different is minor. The 1200RPM models I got is have just the right level of air flow, RPM’s, and acoustic readings to fit the criteria. I thought PWM would be handy in the event I want to go in and change the fan curve, but even at their maximum RPM the noise levels are extremely quiet.