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Swiss-based cooling component company Arctic has introduced two new members to its growing family of PC case fans, the P12 PWM PST A-RGB 0 dB (€12.99/$15.46) and P12 PWM PST RGB 0 dB (€11.99/$14.27). As their names might indicate, these fans’ biggest selling point is their 0 dB mode, which allows them to be throttled down to a standstill via pulse width modulation for quieter overall system operation. Both fans also feature RGB lighting compatible with major standards such as ASUS’ Aura Sync and MSI’s Mystic Light. According to an Instagram post from Arctic, both fan models will be available in the US by next week.

The speed of the fan can be throttled down to standstill via PWM. This allows silent operation in IDLE and at the same time guarantees maximum performance when required. The operating noise of the newly developed ARCTIC motor is barely perceptible even at the lowest speed. In addition, the P12 PWM PST A-RGB 0dB has rubberised contact surfaces and thus reduces audible vibrations to a minimum.

Source: Arctic.de (1, 2)

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2 Comments

  1. [QUOTE] these fans’ biggest selling point is their 0 dB mode, which allows them to be throttled down to a standstill via pulse width modulation for quieter overall system operation. [/QUOTE]

    I was unaware that every single fan in existence didn’t already have this capability…

  2. I’ve been using Arctic case fans exclusively for almost a decade.

    These just might end up in my case for my recent 5800X build, since I’m reusing my non-RGB F12 and F14 PWM fans.

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