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Thursday, 07 February 2008 20:40

Noctua adds 92mm to NF fan series

Written by Slobodan Simic

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NF-B92 at 17.6dBA of noise

 


Noctua has
decided to complement its fan series with the new NF-B9 92mm fan. This fan is based on the same technology which were used on its highly praised and awarded NF-P12, 120mm fan.

The NF-B9 produces 64.3m³/h and 1.61mm H2O of airflow and static pressure while rotating at 1,600rpm. With the use of Noctua's advanced noise reduction techniques, like Vortex-Control Notches, bevelled blade tips, SSO-Bearing and SC drive system, this fan produces 17.6dBA of noise.

The drive is rated to spin for over 150,000 hours and comes with a 6-year warranty. It also comes packed with low-noise and ultra-low-noise "adapters" which brings the fan speed down to 1,300 and 1,000rpm respectivley, which will make it even quieter.

The NF-B9 is available immediately and the recommended retail price is €17.90 or US$21.90.

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