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Arctic F12 Pro PWM 120mm Fan Review

The F12 is supplied in a simple cardboard box which features a white livery.  There is a large image of the fan itself on the front of the box which gives us a good idea of what we can expect inside.

Turning the box over reveals some more details about the features and specification of the fan.  There is also some information relating to the fluid dynamic bearing.  The box is reasonably substantial and should protect the fan from the knocks and bumps of negligent couriers.

Inside the box, the only items we find alongside the fan are an instruction sheet and a small plastic bag containing four screws.

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  1. that is really good value for money! under £4 for that? ordering a handful of them now….

  2. Love that fan. But dont do what i did and stick my hand near that fan while it was on, the fins are so sharp that it dug into my wrist and left a scar 😀

  3. I’ve had quite a few Arctic Fans over the years, and have found them mostly very quiet and long lived (you get the odd bad one with a slight buzz when you put your ear close like any fan). If you drill holes in the side of the mounting towers you can use cable ties to fit them to any heatsink where the fins are not too closely spaced – they are not high pressure fans! The only real problem as a case fan is that they react badly if the panel they are fixed to is not rigid enough – Dedshete from Wilmslow Audio or Falcon usually provides a cure but is not cheap.