Conclusion and Verdict
What new can I say about Noctua product what wasn’t already said? All Noctua products presented in this article are great. Fans are performing well and are quiet so exactly what we expect from fans. Top quality, long warranty, what else we may want? I guess that the only thing can be color of the fans. The Redux is gray and it has the option to adjust part of the fan but NF-A12x25 is brown. Personally, I like this color but it’s not hard to notice it doesn’t fit many color schemes. This is probably the only disadvantage which are repeating users. However more are those who don’t care about the color of the fan as long as it’s a solid product and runs quietly. For that big part of users are designed Noctua products. All other users can count on new products in additional color options in some time as I know that Noctua is trying to improve even nearly perfect products.
Noctua NF-A12x25 in every version costs about $29 while NF-P12 Redux about $13.90. The NA-SFMA1 costs $11.90. I guess that fans price is just right, not cheap but worth it while the NA-SFMA1 is a bit expensive. It doesn’t change the fact that if you want top-quality fans and accessories then Noctua will deliver it at quite a reasonable price.
- High performance
- High compatibility
- High quality
- 6-year warranty
- Quiet work
- Nothing worth to mention
I will repeat myself as Noctua products are simply amazing. Both presented fans so the NF-12×25 and NF-P12 perform well and are really quiet as Noctua declares. These fans have already received multiple prizes around the Internet so it won’t be strange to see one more from our redaction.
If you are searching for the best fans on the market then Noctua is the top choice. Products clearly worth recommendation. All Noctua products presented in this review, receive Funky Kit Editor’s Choice Award!
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