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Noctua NF-A14 iPPC-3000 PWM, Heavy Duty Cooling Fan, 4-Pin, 3000 RPM (140mm, Black)

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Noctua NF-A14 iPPC-3000 PWM, Heavy Duty Cooling Fan, 140mm

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Noctua 140mm NF-A14 PWM and 120mm NF-A12x25 PWM

Video Review


Video Transcript


Oh what’s going on YouTube this is what
would Josh do and this is an exciting
video to me I was gonna buy some fans
from Noctua cuz I already have and I was
gonna buy even more but actually was
able to get in touch with them and they
were kind enough to hook me up with some
new fans for my PC build so what we’re
gonna do is unbox them check them out
and put them in our computer so right
now we’ve only got our not to in HD 15
cooler with one of the giant fans on it
and then we have this fan right here on
the side because my case in my RAM
there’s not enough room to put the big
one on there so we’re going to be this
is so freaking exciting like you have no
clue so we’ve got four fans I’m gonna
have two in the front it’s gonna replace
the two fractal design 120s that are
loud and don’t go that fast and then the
two for the top and then I’m gonna
replace that loud 120 in the back with a
much higher rpm much quieter one so this
is exciting so let’s go ahead and open
up one of the 140s there you go that’s a
big freaking fan dude that’s so awesome
oh okay here we go we’re gonna save time
we’re gonna load up one of each which is
to these fans move up to 1500 rpm and
it’s gonna be quieter because you can
move more air with a larger fan and it
doesn’t have to run as loud
then we’ve got some like low noise
adapters we’ve got some extensions we’ve
got the actual fan itself here and you
can mount your fans with these little
guys right here and then you just snip
off the excess that you don’t need and
then you’ve got a splitter which I’ll
have to use because I only have two fan
headers and I’m going to be running for
fans and my computer so I will be using
multiple fans footers then you’ve got
four mounting screws right here so
that’s gonna go on the top and the side
of my case and I already sort of did an
unboxing of this guy right here but I’ll
do another one because I’m using a
better
camera this time around then I am with
my phone so very similar we’ve got the
120 mil fan here with these super close
look at how look look just look would
you look at it look how close that is
that’s like you came get your finger in
there that’s me now that’s pretty close
that’s pretty good I mean but there’s a
nice little gap there you know but that
that there’s just there’s just no gap
that’s super awesome then you’ve got
some so you can replace the rubber here
you put this on the side and if you want
to use this for your radiator or
something and you want them to be even
less noise you can do that and just like
the other ones you can mount them with
these if you don’t want to use screws or
you can’t use screws and then it has a
sweater so you can run two four pin pwm
fans on one header or since you have
multiple like me we could do even more
we could split it this way and then run
another splitter on this one and run
four fans off of one header and then
I’ll probably use an extension cable
maybe we’ll see if I need to or not and
then if you want to run at a lower rpm
and make less noise this is what this is
for right here so let’s power down my
computer and put some fans in it alright
so the goal here is to pop this off and
replace these two front 120s look at how
much more it goes down and so I’ll have
literally more room inside my computer
being cooled so this case the mesh if I
see gives me an option to move this
little bottom mount thing that’s over
the power supply I have to get a smaller
power supply because right now I’ll have
room to push this back so these are my
two hard drive cages I’ve got one hard
drive in there now
but I could move that back if I get a
shorter power supply and then I could
mount another 120 so technically I could
have three of these really good fans
here in the front but with the extra
size I don’t think that’s going to be
necessary because look at that literally
every part of my case that can get air
into it with that there is going to so
that’s awesome and then I’m going to put
them on the top too so the air can get
sucked out of the
case because this always is like pretty
warm up here to touch so I want fans
blowing air up and then we’re gonna
replace that back fan this fan back here
it’s gonna get replaced so I’ll have no
stock case fans in my computer that came
with it exciting all right let’s go
ahead and fast-forward to the new fan
being in there and there’s that other
one that I was talking about so I can’t
have one this big otherwise it might I
can’t put my thing on it I had a little
bit of trouble with getting a fan in
there cuz my CPU power cable is so thick
I kind of had to like move it
tuck it out of the way to get the fan to
slide in there but once I was able to do
that there’s no problem and I was able
to keep the CPU power cable from
touching the fan as you can see we have
both 140 millimeter fans in the top of
the case just fine well remember out of
the side of the case now I’m able to
take both these power cables and put
them on a splitter it’s like can you use
one fan header for both fans as you can
see before I had this whole big area
that wasn’t getting air so no air was
going over my nvme SSD and I wasn’t
getting air on the bottom side of my GPU
it was just a big gap of an area just
not getting air and now that area is
getting way more air than it ever got
before now it’s time to remove both of
the stock 120mm fans from the front of
the case input both of our 140
millimeters from Noctua so we have much
more air going through our case and our
sound is a lot better here I need to
separate the front panel so I can get to
those screws for the 140 millimeter
mounts because the 120 s were easy to
access without the panel removed but the
140 s that’s a different story all right
with both front 140 s installed let’s go
ahead and get that back fan installed
now now if you take a look there’s a lot
less room I can’t even fit my well I
could almost put the whole hand in there
I could drop this top one down a little
bit but honestly I wanted the most
amount of air possible in the case so
right where this ends the fan meets so I
wanted the most air possible flowing
over
that and then now my graphics card it’s
gonna have air blowing this way too as
well as my nvme so that’s exciting now
let’s put that back fan on and let’s
turn it on first thing when you do is
remove the stock 120 from the back we
have to make sure that the arrows are in
the direction we want them so we want
the hot air being blown out of the case
not into the case so just follow the
little arrows on the fan and you’ll be
fine okay so now we have the fan for the
back which is coming out right here
we’ve got the two fans at the top coming
out here then we have the two front fans
coming out here so all those little
splitters are gonna come in handy cuz I
only have two now this is something I
don’t know is it okay to run five fans
on one header or should I split them up
should I run three on one and two on the
other which should I run three on which
should I run two on I don’t know I can
change all that later um this is my
first build that’s why my cable
management is not the best so if you
have any suggestions as far as to like
is it okay to just run five off of one
or should I change them up let me know
all right let me go ahead and hook these
up all right moment of truth I’ve got
everything plugged in the way it was
before and I have not tried it so I can
see my motherboard LEDs lights on I
concede that my GPU lights on let’s
press the power button and we have span
the heart fan spinning let’s see if we
get a display this is my old monitor oh
my monitor came on on the Left here
which is my like first monitor alright
so we’re gonna do is go to the fan
expert app here and we’re gonna go ahead
and open it up and we’re gonna go ahead
and go to fan expert 4 and now we’re
gonna do fan tuning because we changed
the fans around and now we’re running
different fans than we were earlier Wow
so they’re at full speed and it’s loud
but oh my gosh is a much better sound
than the other fans were like you have
no clue it is a much more tolerable
like sound of it being loud like the
other one was more of think of like a
whiny loud and like a like a bass loud
like it’s it’s it’s hard to explain but
it is so much better at full speed than
it was before and now all my fans are
almost completely off just the front
ones are on it’s hard to see the top
ones up there but it is currently
spinning both of them alright and so now
we can go through here and kind of like
spin this carousel around and name each
fan so like I have the back fan front
fan it doesn’t know what fan this is but
you can actually give it a name and it
will spin that one up and tell you which
one it is
so I’m gonna do that later I’m gonna get
all these fans named I’ve got three fans
on one header the two top ones and the
back one and then I’ve got the two front
ones on another header so let’s go full
speed I could actually definitely run
these at full speed and not be like oh
my god that’s freakin terrible like that
is that is nice what about turbo turbo
is like loud enough where I can’t really
hear it at all that’s nice that is so
nice
I am much happier with this setup now
while I was doing a little bit of cable
management making the front of it look
nice and put all the fans together I
learned I did something wrong so before
my a reset button did not work at all
I had one of them like one over so now
when I press my reset button my computer
restarts set up to hold my power button
out if it’s being unresponsive and wait
it’s now it already said instantly so
all of my fans installed everything
working great it sounds so much better
than it before there’s definitely a lot
more air being moved throughout the case
I’ve got a much higher rpm back fan and
then I’ve got the two 140 s in the front
two modes at the top and so now I have a
lot more air going in and out of my case
and it’s a lot quieter I am so happy and
thank you so much not to uh for hooking
me up with all these fans this video
took a little while to put together if
you enjoyed it please give it a thumbs
up if you’re new to my channel please
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