• Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
  • Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
  • Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
  • Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
  • Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK
Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK

Fractal Design Venturi HF-14 Black Case Fan FD-FAN-VENT-HF14-BK

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  • Air flow - 118.2 CFM. Noise level - 26.5 decibels

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Top Notch Fans Up there with the Best of ThemI have used Noctua fans for years because they are high quality fans that offer an excellent airflow to noise ratio. You could always count on Noctua fans to be best in class with not a lot of competition from any other brand. Until now.Corsair, Cougar, Cooler Master, etc..., they all make good fans but Noctua and now Fractal are in what I consider another league. It is easy enough to make a fan with a high rpm that moves a lot of air but it is another thing to make a fan that moves a lot of air while not making your computer sound like a small vacuum.Out of the box these fans feel solid and weighty. There is no flex in the frame and just like their cases, you get the feeling that these are a high quality product.I really like that these come with rubber mounts and not only that but they come with smaller mounts to fit 120mm spots in your case depending on clearance. I should note that they did not fit the exhaust spot in my Fractal Mini C unfortunately but for most spots with enough clearance they should fit. The mounting holes are unlike most fan mounts I ve had experience with as they are somewhat soft rubber holes. I was concerned that they would not hold the fans in place right enough and cause some wobble but they seem to mount more than tight enough and the rubber mounting definitely helps reduce if not eliminate vibration entirely. These rubber mounts also make it very easy to install quickly as they are easy to put a screw through.On my case I m using 2x 140mm for my intake fans and it seems to be keeping my components cool with 1x 120mm exhaust fan. I can feel that they are moving a lot of air in the case which gives my gpu and cpu access to a lot of fresh cool air.I don t know that these are any better than Noctua fans but the fact that I find these to be at least just as good is impressive considering just how good Noctua fans are. I can recommend these fans easily but I will say between these and comparable Noctua fans, buy what is cheaper or even more aethestically pleasing.5Quiet with decent airflowLet's be real here. Most PC gamers are not aerodynamics experts with backgrounds in mechanical and/or civil engineering. An Amazon review isn't going to tell you if a particular model of a PC fan is truly innovative or ground-breaking. In reality, most fans these days are quite similar and closely track a particular airflow-to-noise curve. If you don't believe me, google it - you'll see that there are no fan manufacturers that are totally killing it in this space.What I am getting at here is when purchasing fans these days you are basically seeking quality, looks, and a reasonable noise profile (from low RPM to high RPM).Fractal fits the bill here. These are sleek fans that have ok specs for the price. They are fairly quiet at max RPM. The best part of all however is that they ship with 120mm adapters. I actually was unable to fit these fans in my somewhat small Silverstone full-tower case. With the provided adapters, I was golden. I'm comfortable giving these fans 5/5 for the value proposition added by 120mm adapters and a splitter cable. The thing about most Fractal fans though is that they are quiet because the max RPM of the fans is quite low. You are certainly allowed to get a louder fan with better pressure + flow.Cons- Low max RPM to satisfy low-noise marketingPros- Looks sleek and spartan- OK specs- Ships with a 120mm adapter and splitter cable; this is fantastic value5Can't Recommend Enough Purchased a pair of these to replace the stock intake fan that came with my case, and couldn't be happier. The physical construction of the fan is superb - it's a handsome product, and feels very sturdy. Performance has exceeded my expectations - air movement seems very strong compared to my old fans and the noise level is nonexistent. The accessories that come with the fan (4-pin splitter, adapted rubber corners for 120mm mounts) are icing on the cake.Since opinions on noise seem varied, here's my take:Even when turned to full speed in the BIOS, I swear the only thing I can hear is the soft rush of air moving through the intake filter. It actually sounds kind of nice. I notice no mechanical noise from these fans AT ALL. To be fair, this is with the case on the floor under my desk. If your tower is sitting next to your monitor, that could make a difference in your perception. 5HP-12 over Corsair SP120 all dayUsed these to replace my 1 year old Corsair SP120s on my H100i. The SP120s were rattling and being super noisy when mounted in a push exhaust config upside down. Once I installed the HP-12 onto the H100i it was night and day. These are super silent. I didn't use the splitter provided, just plugged into my H100i splitter. Fan are idling at 989rpm. Lowered my i7-4790k idle temps by 4C. With my ear right next to the rad I can't hear anything but air moving thru the rad. I would buy these over the SP120 any day of the week. I might just end up replacing my other 4 fans with Fractal fansI will update if anything goes wrong with the fans.5this fan is it totally recommended as an alternativeNoctua has new rival and it's the Venturi from Fractal Design, this fan is dead silent and moves a lot of air out of my case. So if you're not into Noctua's color, this fan is it totally recommended as an alternative, the only thing that I could critique is the included accessories, very limited compared to Noctua and Phanteks. Technical wise this is the same quality.5AWESOME FANSI replaced 2 Phanteks(r) PH-140HP's and 2 Fractal Design(r) GP-14's for 4 of these....the ph-140s give 88.6 CFM a piece.. 19 dbthe gp-14's give 68.4 CFM a piece.. 18.9dbthe 4 HF-14's that replaced those fans listed above give 118.2 CFM a piece... Yes a little louder at full speed, however, I do not have to run all fans at full speed to keep my system cool in my Fractal Design(r) R5. Just the middle notch in the built-in fan controller with the case... Nuff said5Well made and very quietI recently built a new computer and was disappointed with the stock 120mm intake fan on my case. It was pretty loud and the 3-pin connector meant that it ran at full speed. To quiet things down and add a little positive pressure to my case I swapped it out for a pair of these Fractal Design HP-14 fans. To sum it up, I couldn't be happier.These arrive nicely boxed and they include a decent set of accessories. Aside from the fan itself you get a set braided MOLEX adapter, screws, and a set of rubber screw mounts that can replace the already installed set so the fan can be mounted to holes spaced for 120mm fans. Initial inspection before installation reveled the fan and accessories to be extremely well made. The rubber fan mounts, in particular, are of the perfect firmness to mount the fan securely but also absorb vibration. The fans attached 4-wire power cable is sheathed in nicely braided black nylon and is of good length. The cable was long enough to allow a fan installed at the front of my CoolerMaster Masterbox 5 case to reach a PWM fan header located on the lower back third of my motherboard with some slack. The fans frame is made of strong but not brittle plastic and includes a nice airflow label on the side. Installation was straightforward and required no additional accessories.Since I got the two HP-14 installed in the font of my case it runs much quieter. The combination of the larger fans spinning at a lower speed, PWM support, and quieter design mean that even when my computer is running at full steam I can barely hear the fans. Under normal loads my computer is now effectively silent. I'm super happy with these and would strongly consider them again.5Best CFM/noise ratio of any fan I triedUsing 3 of these FD-HF-14s running at full tilt on my Fractal Design Define R5 (2 intake, 1 exhaust) and 2x Noctua NF-A15s on their D15 heatsink. While the A15s are rated to produce less noise, due to them needing to push air through the heatsink they turn out to be quite a bit louder than the 3x HF14s.Originally started out using Noctua industrial 3000 pwm, which made enough noise to go through my headphones when gaming/listening to music. The performance/noise was just not worth it. My fault though, since I did not need high static pressure fans for intake fans.The Fractal Design HF14s have fantastic construction quality; the rubber mounting points are great for vibration reduction. As long as you don't need high static pressure (HF14s are rated at 0.95 mmH20), these fans do an amazing job moving air without sounding like a jet turbine.5This fan is great for cooling my EVGA GTX 1080 SC!This fan is great for cooling my EVGA GTX 1080 SC! I have it mounted on the side of my case blowing straight at the area below the graphics card, so it will push away the warm air faster. I can now feel the warm air coming out the openings in the lower part of my case, and not as much coming out the rear fan which is at the top rear and above the graphics card. My card is overclocked, but I can keep the high temperature at 70 degrees C when under full load for an extended period. This is with the low-speed adapter installed on the HF-14, and my fan curve for the EVGA GTX 1080 SC set to not go above 60%, and turn off completely at 55 degrees Celsius. This configuration is very quiet as a whole with outrageous speeds for my Acer Predator XB271HU bmiprz 27-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) NVIDIA G-Sync Widescreen Display monitor, running at 165 Hz refresh rate.5Would recommend if you don't like Noctua's vomit and poop colors.I really love where they were going with this but unfortunately they weren't so quiet. When I first got my hands on them the unboxing experience was amazing they really nailed it. The design of the fan itself is beautiful with the braided cables and they deserve a lot of credit for this. Unfortunately this was where the pros started to stop. I guess I might have held my expectations a little too high but I was somewhat disappointed when I started testing them out. At lower RPM they were very decent but when I cranked them up, they were much louder than expected. I guess I've been spoiled by Noctua's NF-12's but if these fans were to come down in price by just a few more dollars they would be perfect. At this price point when theyre only just $2 cheaper than Noctua's fans I can't say they are worth the money.4Minor side panel mounting issueI bought this to replace a 120mm fan on my side panel (intake); as it can accomodate either 120 or 140mm, and since I figured I could get a little better airflow from a 140 I thought I'd try out my first Fractal Design fan (I'm really high on Noctua and I'm wondering if I should've stuck to that).Anyway, the fan performance itself is great; nice airflow whether you want it high or low speed, and I like the rubber mounting corners. The problem is, after I got it installed and turned the system on I got this odd buzzing sound from the fan. Enough to where I thought I'd left some small piece of shipping tape on the fan somewhere. Long story short, even at low speed I got the buzzing sound (just not as loud); took the fan off the panel and powered up again and it was fine...no noise. It must be the grill design (honeycomb) from my HF912 panel causing the interference going into the fan, because I ended up mounting it on the outside of the panel and it works fine with no noise. One of those mechanical engineering oddities I suppose - I even held the fan a quarter inch or so off the grill and it still had the noise, though diminished some. Doesn't have the problem on the outside though, so there's some odd air turbulence associated with the honeycomb grill design on my panel before the fan as an intake (mounted on the inside) - as an intake prior to the honeycomb grill (mounted on the outside) doesn't seem to interfere. Guess I could always cut the honeycomb grill out.4
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  • Air flow - 118.2 CFM. Noise level - 26.5 decibels
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Top Notch Fans Up there with the Best of ThemI have used Noctua fans for years because they are high quality fans that offer an excellent airflow to noise ratio. You could always count on Noctua fans to be best in class with not a lot of competition from any other brand. Until now.Corsair, Cougar, Cooler Master, etc..., they all make good fans but Noctua and now Fractal are in what I consider another league. It is easy enough to make a fan with a high rpm that moves a lot of air but it is another thing to make a fan that moves a lot of air while not making your computer sound like a small vacuum.Out of the box these fans feel solid and weighty. There is no flex in the frame and just like their cases, you get the feeling that these are a high quality product.I really like that these come with rubber mounts and not only that but they come with smaller mounts to fit 120mm spots in your case depending on clearance. I should note that they did not fit the exhaust spot in my Fractal Mini C unfortunately but for most spots with enough clearance they should fit. The mounting holes are unlike most fan mounts I ve had experience with as they are somewhat soft rubber holes. I was concerned that they would not hold the fans in place right enough and cause some wobble but they seem to mount more than tight enough and the rubber mounting definitely helps reduce if not eliminate vibration entirely. These rubber mounts also make it very easy to install quickly as they are easy to put a screw through.On my case I m using 2x 140mm for my intake fans and it seems to be keeping my components cool with 1x 120mm exhaust fan. I can feel that they are moving a lot of air in the case which gives my gpu and cpu access to a lot of fresh cool air.I don t know that these are any better than Noctua fans but the fact that I find these to be at least just as good is impressive considering just how good Noctua fans are. I can recommend these fans easily but I will say between these and comparable Noctua fans, buy what is cheaper or even more aethestically pleasing.5Quiet with decent airflowLet's be real here. Most PC gamers are not aerodynamics experts with backgrounds in mechanical and/or civil engineering. An Amazon review isn't going to tell you if a particular model of a PC fan is truly innovative or ground-breaking. In reality, most fans these days are quite similar and closely track a particular airflow-to-noise curve. If you don't believe me, google it - you'll see that there are no fan manufacturers that are totally killing it in this space.What I am getting at here is when purchasing fans these days you are basically seeking quality, looks, and a reasonable noise profile (from low RPM to high RPM).Fractal fits the bill here. These are sleek fans that have ok specs for the price. They are fairly quiet at max RPM. The best part of all however is that they ship with 120mm adapters. I actually was unable to fit these fans in my somewhat small Silverstone full-tower case. With the provided adapters, I was golden. I'm comfortable giving these fans 5/5 for the value proposition added by 120mm adapters and a splitter cable. The thing about most Fractal fans though is that they are quiet because the max RPM of the fans is quite low. You are certainly allowed to get a louder fan with better pressure + flow.Cons- Low max RPM to satisfy low-noise marketingPros- Looks sleek and spartan- OK specs- Ships with a 120mm adapter and splitter cable; this is fantastic value5Can't Recommend Enough Purchased a pair of these to replace the stock intake fan that came with my case, and couldn't be happier. The physical construction of the fan is superb - it's a handsome product, and feels very sturdy. Performance has exceeded my expectations - air movement seems very strong compared to my old fans and the noise level is nonexistent. The accessories that come with the fan (4-pin splitter, adapted rubber corners for 120mm mounts) are icing on the cake.Since opinions on noise seem varied, here's my take:Even when turned to full speed in the BIOS, I swear the only thing I can hear is the soft rush of air moving through the intake filter. It actually sounds kind of nice. I notice no mechanical noise from these fans AT ALL. To be fair, this is with the case on the floor under my desk. If your tower is sitting next to your monitor, that could make a difference in your perception. 5HP-12 over Corsair SP120 all dayUsed these to replace my 1 year old Corsair SP120s on my H100i. The SP120s were rattling and being super noisy when mounted in a push exhaust config upside down. Once I installed the HP-12 onto the H100i it was night and day. These are super silent. I didn't use the splitter provided, just plugged into my H100i splitter. Fan are idling at 989rpm. Lowered my i7-4790k idle temps by 4C. With my ear right next to the rad I can't hear anything but air moving thru the rad. I would buy these over the SP120 any day of the week. I might just end up replacing my other 4 fans with Fractal fansI will update if anything goes wrong with the fans.5this fan is it totally recommended as an alternativeNoctua has new rival and it's the Venturi from Fractal Design, this fan is dead silent and moves a lot of air out of my case. So if you're not into Noctua's color, this fan is it totally recommended as an alternative, the only thing that I could critique is the included accessories, very limited compared to Noctua and Phanteks. Technical wise this is the same quality.5AWESOME FANSI replaced 2 Phanteks(r) PH-140HP's and 2 Fractal Design(r) GP-14's for 4 of these....the ph-140s give 88.6 CFM a piece.. 19 dbthe gp-14's give 68.4 CFM a piece.. 18.9dbthe 4 HF-14's that replaced those fans listed above give 118.2 CFM a piece... Yes a little louder at full speed, however, I do not have to run all fans at full speed to keep my system cool in my Fractal Design(r) R5. Just the middle notch in the built-in fan controller with the case... Nuff said5Well made and very quietI recently built a new computer and was disappointed with the stock 120mm intake fan on my case. It was pretty loud and the 3-pin connector meant that it ran at full speed. To quiet things down and add a little positive pressure to my case I swapped it out for a pair of these Fractal Design HP-14 fans. To sum it up, I couldn't be happier.These arrive nicely boxed and they include a decent set of accessories. Aside from the fan itself you get a set braided MOLEX adapter, screws, and a set of rubber screw mounts that can replace the already installed set so the fan can be mounted to holes spaced for 120mm fans. Initial inspection before installation reveled the fan and accessories to be extremely well made. The rubber fan mounts, in particular, are of the perfect firmness to mount the fan securely but also absorb vibration. The fans attached 4-wire power cable is sheathed in nicely braided black nylon and is of good length. The cable was long enough to allow a fan installed at the front of my CoolerMaster Masterbox 5 case to reach a PWM fan header located on the lower back third of my motherboard with some slack. The fans frame is made of strong but not brittle plastic and includes a nice airflow label on the side. Installation was straightforward and required no additional accessories.Since I got the two HP-14 installed in the font of my case it runs much quieter. The combination of the larger fans spinning at a lower speed, PWM support, and quieter design mean that even when my computer is running at full steam I can barely hear the fans. Under normal loads my computer is now effectively silent. I'm super happy with these and would strongly consider them again.5Best CFM/noise ratio of any fan I triedUsing 3 of these FD-HF-14s running at full tilt on my Fractal Design Define R5 (2 intake, 1 exhaust) and 2x Noctua NF-A15s on their D15 heatsink. While the A15s are rated to produce less noise, due to them needing to push air through the heatsink they turn out to be quite a bit louder than the 3x HF14s.Originally started out using Noctua industrial 3000 pwm, which made enough noise to go through my headphones when gaming/listening to music. The performance/noise was just not worth it. My fault though, since I did not need high static pressure fans for intake fans.The Fractal Design HF14s have fantastic construction quality; the rubber mounting points are great for vibration reduction. As long as you don't need high static pressure (HF14s are rated at 0.95 mmH20), these fans do an amazing job moving air without sounding like a jet turbine.5This fan is great for cooling my EVGA GTX 1080 SC!This fan is great for cooling my EVGA GTX 1080 SC! I have it mounted on the side of my case blowing straight at the area below the graphics card, so it will push away the warm air faster. I can now feel the warm air coming out the openings in the lower part of my case, and not as much coming out the rear fan which is at the top rear and above the graphics card. My card is overclocked, but I can keep the high temperature at 70 degrees C when under full load for an extended period. This is with the low-speed adapter installed on the HF-14, and my fan curve for the EVGA GTX 1080 SC set to not go above 60%, and turn off completely at 55 degrees Celsius. This configuration is very quiet as a whole with outrageous speeds for my Acer Predator XB271HU bmiprz 27-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) NVIDIA G-Sync Widescreen Display monitor, running at 165 Hz refresh rate.5Would recommend if you don't like Noctua's vomit and poop colors.I really love where they were going with this but unfortunately they weren't so quiet. When I first got my hands on them the unboxing experience was amazing they really nailed it. The design of the fan itself is beautiful with the braided cables and they deserve a lot of credit for this. Unfortunately this was where the pros started to stop. I guess I might have held my expectations a little too high but I was somewhat disappointed when I started testing them out. At lower RPM they were very decent but when I cranked them up, they were much louder than expected. I guess I've been spoiled by Noctua's NF-12's but if these fans were to come down in price by just a few more dollars they would be perfect. At this price point when theyre only just $2 cheaper than Noctua's fans I can't say they are worth the money.4Minor side panel mounting issueI bought this to replace a 120mm fan on my side panel (intake); as it can accomodate either 120 or 140mm, and since I figured I could get a little better airflow from a 140 I thought I'd try out my first Fractal Design fan (I'm really high on Noctua and I'm wondering if I should've stuck to that).Anyway, the fan performance itself is great; nice airflow whether you want it high or low speed, and I like the rubber mounting corners. The problem is, after I got it installed and turned the system on I got this odd buzzing sound from the fan. Enough to where I thought I'd left some small piece of shipping tape on the fan somewhere. Long story short, even at low speed I got the buzzing sound (just not as loud); took the fan off the panel and powered up again and it was fine...no noise. It must be the grill design (honeycomb) from my HF912 panel causing the interference going into the fan, because I ended up mounting it on the outside of the panel and it works fine with no noise. One of those mechanical engineering oddities I suppose - I even held the fan a quarter inch or so off the grill and it still had the noise, though diminished some. Doesn't have the problem on the outside though, so there's some odd air turbulence associated with the honeycomb grill design on my panel before the fan as an intake (mounted on the inside) - as an intake prior to the honeycomb grill (mounted on the outside) doesn't seem to interfere. Guess I could always cut the honeycomb grill out.4
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