Not too long ago I had the opportunity to catch up with Noctua and review their latest NF-S12B. This was the second revision of a silent fan that was an old favourite of mine and one that I still used heavily to this day (a couple of years after reviewing it). I was just as impressed with the NF-S12B as I was with the original version - it was one of the top three quietest fans I have tested, and it had good airflow to back up that silence. The fact it had a price tag lower than my other favourite silent fans was yet another one of those features that made it such a perfect fan to me.
Now, a couple months after reviewing the NF-S12B I have the opportunity to review it's larger brother - the 140mm NF-P14. The P14 takes a lot of features and design traits from the NF-S12B, but it's just slightly larger and offers dual-mounting options (120mm or 140mm hole spacing). My regular readers will know my love for testing silent computing hardware - so I'm excited to dig into the NF-P14!