|Series||NF-P14r redux-1500 PWM|
|Item Height||14 centimetres|
|Item Width||25 millimetres|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||NF-P14r redux-1500 PWM|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 2.5 x 14 cm; 150 Grams|
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Noctua NF-P14r redux-1500 PWM, High Performance Cooling Fan, 4-Pin, 1500 RPM (140mm Grey)
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|Item dimensions LxWxH||14 x 2.5 x 14 centimetres|
|Power connector type||4-Pin|
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- High performance cooling fan, 140x140x25 mm, 12V, 4-pin PWM, max. 1500 RPM, max. 25.8 dB(A), >150,000 h MTTF
- Renowned NF-P14r high-end 140x25mm round-frame 12V fan, more than 100 awards and recommendations from international computer hardware websites and magazines, hundreds of thousands of satisfied users
- Highly optimised low-noise design provides outstanding quietness of operation, excellent static pressure and strong airflow (CFM), round frame for air-based CPU coolers such as NH-D15 or NH-D14
- 1500rpm 4-pin PWM version with excellent balance of performance and quietness, supports automatic motherboard speed control (powerful airflow when required, virtually silent at idle)
- Streamlined redux edition: proven Noctua quality at an attractive price point, wide range of optional accessories (anti-vibration mounts, S-ATA adaptors, y-splitters, extension cables, etc.)
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Featuring a round frame designed for use on CPU coolers and now designated as NF-P14r (r for round frame), the classic NF-P14 is a long-standing favourite among enthusiast users around the world and helped to found Noctua’s reputation as a top-tier manufacturer of premium quality quiet cooling components. The new redux edition reissues this award-winning model in a streamlined, accessibly priced package that has been reduced to the essential core: the NF-P14 premium fan. Its industry grade SSO-Bearing bearing and over 150.000 hours MTBF rating make the NF-P14 redux a proven premium choice that provides trusted Noctua quality. The performance-oriented top speed of the 1500rpm PWM version is ideal for high efficiency case, radiator and CPU cooling as well as other applications that require both extended performance headroom and PWM for automatic speed control.
Round 140mm frame with 120mm mounting holes
Using a round frame with the same hole-spacing as common 120mm fans and producing more airflow due to its larger diameter, the NF-P14r is a perfect upgrade for 120mm CPU or case fans.
Pressure-optimised Nine-Blade Design
Specifically developed for high-impedance applications such as CPU coolers, water-cooling radiators or cases with tight fan grills, the NF-P14's nine-blade impeller provides outstanding pressure and airflow performance.
Combining the proven concept of hydrodynamic bearing with an additional magnet that supports the self-stabilisation of the rotor axis, Noctua's time-tested technology has become synonymous with supremely quiet operation and exceptional long-term stability.
Noctua's signature Vortex-Control Notches split up trailing edge vortices and thus spread the fan's noise emission over a wider range of frequencies. This measure makes the fan sound more pleasant to the human ear.
Scope of delivery
Streamlined Redux Edition
The redux product line reissues some of Noctua's most popular, award-winning models by presenting them in streamlined, accessibly priced packages. All redux edition products are industry proven, time-tested models that helped to found Noctua's reputation as a first-tier supplier of premium grade low noise cooling equipment.
|NF-P14s redux 900||NF-P14s redux 1200||NF-P14s redux-1200 PWM||NF-P14s redux 1500 PWM||NF-P14r redux-1500 PWM|
|Connector||3-pin||3-pin||4-pin PWM||4-pin PWM||4-pin PWM|
|RPM||900||1200||Max: 1200 / Min: 350||Max: 1500 / Min: 450||Max: 1500 / Min: 450|
|Acoustical Noise||13,2 dB(A)||19,6 dB(A)||19,6 dB(A)||25,8 dB(A)||25,8 dB(A)|
|Static pressure||0,77 mm H₂O||1,29 mm H₂O||1,29 mm H₂O||1,91 mm H₂O||1,91 mm H₂O|
|Airflow||83,7 m³/h||110,3 m³/h||110,3 m³/h||133,7 m³/h||133,7 m³/h|
|Size||140x140x25 mm||140x140x25 mm||140x140x25 mm||140x140x25 mm||140x140x25 mm|
|Colour||Redux Grey||Redux Grey||Redux Grey||Redux Grey||Redux Grey|
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These and the Gelid pro 14pwm are preety much the only fans in Amazon that have this spec.
Originally I ordered the gelid but was sent the standard gelid 14 by mistake.
These being a square fan with 140mm mounting had to be returned.
In the meantime stock of the actual gelid fans I ordered disappeared from amazon.
As an act of desperation I ordered these Noctua instead.
They're expensive at £15 each but after fitting in a coolermaster q500l (a case known for poor airflow and high temps) I'm happy with the results.
These are set as a front and top intake with the prefitted 120mm in the case as exhaust.
Ive set custom fan curves and have managed to keep both my 5700xt and ryzen 7 at reasonable temps with fairly quiet noise levels.
Have maxed the noctua out at 70% rpm while stress testing and 5700xt temps sit around 72c and rhe ryzen 1700 below 60c.
At 70% you can hear them but they're inoffensive at worst.
There's no whine at all like you can hear with cheaper fans just a whoosh of air which is expected.
At 40% (which still offers reasonable airflow) when the pc is under fairly low usage they're completely and utterly inaudible.
So while they cost £30 it was £30 well spent.
I have no idea if the gelid pro pwm are as good so the wrong order may have done me a favour.
They certainly can't actually be any better.
If you need quiet but powerful 140mm fans with 120mm mounts the noctua are a very good, albeit slightly expensive, option as there's not much else out there.
25.8 db/A noise | 133.7 m³/h airflow | 1.91 mm H2O static pressure
24.6 db/A noise | 140.2 m³/h airflow | 2.08 mm H2O static pressure
I've been using one of these as a case exhaust fan for years and recently switched it into the middle of my D14 cooler, replacing the NF-P14 FLX I had previously put there, and it slightly increased noise but noticeable improved my CPU temperatures both under load and at idle. I added a second one, replacing the stock P12 120 mm fan at the front of the cooler, and the same thing happened again, as expected.
I've been buying Noctua stuff ever since the company first appeared back in 2005. Every fan I've switched or added into every system I've built (for myself and for others) for the past 15+ years has been some Noctua or another. I've also found their thermal paste to be very good. I have the distinct impression that this is a case of more or less getting what you pay for; if you want super-premium, buy their latest stuff. If you want *almost* the same kind of performance at the cost of slightly increased noise and a fairly significantly reduced price (and arguably slightly less pleasant aesthetics with this light grey colour scheme), buy a redux. That's pretty much all it comes down to.
So you can imagine my disappointment when I opened the package to find the box tab ripped. My instincts automagically told me this was a returned product as the Noctua NF12-A15s did not come in such shoddy packaging. But I wanted to give Noctua / Amazon the benefit of the doubt and plugged the fan... Immediately I heard the grinding sound of the bearing at low rpms. At 1523 RPM it was much louder than the 2000 RPM Slipstream Scythe 12mm x120 fan it was replacing.
Temps were marginally worse too than the Scythe, so it's going back for a refund. If it does end up being recirculated, the next person will get 4 additional ant-vibrational fan mounts.
I'll update this review when I buy another redux fan and test it. Currently the NF12-A15s are performing substantially better, see that review.
I already have three 120mm redux high-speed fans (two-tone grey like this one, square frame) and the NF-A15 140mm on the Noctua NH-U14S cooler in my PC (also have a couple of low speed 120's I've tested but never installed) so I knew what shoould be expected from this one.
Thankfully the replacement is much better (arrived the day after submitting the request - Amazon has its uses!), only the aerodynamic noise of the blades can be heard.
Pricing is all over the place at the moment (seems to vary day by day), but assuming £12-14 AND that they meet their spec (in terms of noise) they're excellent value, but I'm giving the model 4 stars (I'd make it 3.5 if I could) on account of the apparently less-than-perfect QC.
What a difference.
Am running M.2 and SSDs which replaced HDs and the only noise is a whisper.
My PC is on my desktop around a foot away from my head.
P.S. Did originally purchase one which when it arrived had obviously been used.
The four mounting holes had threads cut in them and the mounting screws were missing.
Plus there was dust on the edges of every fan blade.
Checked it out before sending it back and it made a strange whistling/rumbling sound.
No problem with the return.
Just a note to warn anyone purchasing - check them out.