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Arctic Cooling debuts F series fans

Posted on Thursday, September 17 2009 @ 16:07:54 CEST by


Arctic Cooling announced the launch of the Arctic F series case fans, these new fans will ship in 80mm, 92mm and 120mm sizes. The Arctic F8, F9 and F12 will be available next month for $4.30 (2.90EUR), $5.90 (3.90EUR) and $6.90 (4.90EUR), respectively. They all feature a six-year limited warranty.
Impressive airflow improvement
The ARCTIC F series integrates some delicate features to improve the overall airflow and noise control management. Most 80mm and 92mm standard fans are equipped with 7 blades only, but all ARCTIC F fans, including the 80mm and 92mm ones, come with 9 blades in order to create higher airflow efficiently. [Moreover, the refined “ninja-knife” impeller design not only improves the laminar airflow, but it also lowers the noise level. Tested by hundreds of simulations, the result is significant – airflow is over 20% higher compared with a generic 7-blade case fan.

Higher airflow ≠ higher noise level
Over the years, ARCTIC COOLING has built a reputable name on precise case fan engineering and noise control, and the new ARCTIC F series is no exception. Despite the increase in airflow rate, the ARCTIC F fans remain nearly inaudible thanks to the high-quality fluid dynamic bearing and the new impeller design. The maximum noise level is at only 0.4 sone for the 120mm fan. The ARCTIC F series is definitely a good option for anyone pursuing a quiet PC case cooling solution.
Arctic F series specifications:
  • Arctic F8: 2000RPM, 28CFM, 0.3 Sone
  • Arctic F9: 1800RPM, 35CFM, 0.4 Sone
  • Arctic F12: 1350RPM, 57CFM, 0.4 Sone




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