Product Comparison: ARCTIC BioniX P140 vs ARCTIC BioniX F140

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General Specifications
About the Product
In the development of the new BioniX P140, special attention was paid to focused airflow and therefore high static pressure. The fan guarantees extremely efficient cooling even with increased air resistance.
The BioniX F140 has the best airflow to noise ratio. The extreme silent 3-phase motor guarantees long gaming sessions without annoying noise. With a wide range of 200 to 1 800 RPM, the BioniX F140 is controllable with PWM to regulate the fan speed as needed.
BioniX F140
Key Specs
Fan Bearing Technology
Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Max. Airflow
77.6 CFM
104 CFM
1950 RPM
1800 RPM
What customers say about "Key Specs"
ARCTIC BioniX P140 140 mm Gaming Case Fan
  • They move a ton of air at low volume and keep my components nice and cool under load.
  • Quiet and powerful for an affordable price.
  • Moves plenty of air for me, I have two of them set up as exhaust fans on the top of my case and they are great.
  • Push a ton of air at higher speeds.
  • Great fan. Pulls air very well.
ARCTIC BioniX F140 140 mm Gaming Case Fan
  • Very high airflow, very low noise.
  • Very quiet, and provides a good amount of airflow.
  • Quiet fan with good airflow. Highly recommend.
  • The blades break on these fans very easily.
  • Airflow is weak and noise not as quiet as expected.
Size & Weight
5.51 in.
5.51 in.
5.51 in.
5.51 in.
0.98 in.
0.98 in.
6.38 oz.
6.49 oz.
Number of Coolers
Fan Size
140 mm
140 mm
Noise Level
25 dB
27 dB
Power Connector Type
Push- or pull-configuration, PWM Sharing Technology (PST), Two Way Installation, Neodym-Iron-Boron-Magnet ring
Silent 3-phase motor, PWM Sharing Technology (PST), Two Way Installation
What customers say about "Features"
ARCTIC BioniX P140 140 mm Gaming Case Fan
  • Awesome fans! Color and build quality are excellent.
  • Very quiet at low-medium speeds.
  • Works well. Very quiet pwm fans.
  • Low noise levels, very low noise profile.
  • These fans are pretty easy to install, just like most others.
ARCTIC BioniX F140 140 mm Gaming Case Fan
  • Works great as an intake fan, very quiet and adds more airflow into my NZXT Phantom Case.
  • There is a decent amount of airflow with relatively low noise and the fan appears well-built.
  • It's relatively quiet with good airflow, nothing to complain about.
  • This case fan pushes a lot of air and it is very quiet.
  • Silicone frame has seams and some imperfections.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
6 year(s)
6 year(s)
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