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post Dec 24 2016, 01:52 AM

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I recommend Noctua fans one of our friends unit , helping him to clean is easy to clean and silent on his unit . brows.gif
below picture is how dirty his unit is .

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Here we compare 4 different CPU coolers to determine how they perform on a overclocked Core i7 6700k processor.


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Noctua NH-D15S comes with some minor changes and brings a more compatible version of its mega popular cooler


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Today I take a look at the NH-L12 low profile cooler from Noctua. Featuring 4 heat pipes, this cooler is designed for performance and silence, and been frank, it very well at achieving both!


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Noctua NF-A14 Review (Best for Water Coolers)


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The NH-D15S is a very simple and obvious change to the NH-D15 to meet specific uses, and Noctua pulls it off in exactly the flawless fashion we have come to expect from them. While the NH-D15S is still a very large air cooler, it clears all RAM slots and the first PCIe slot on almost every ITX board giving enthusiasts the option to use a truly top tier air cooler without sacrificing anything in compatibility.


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Noctua has always been a leader on the market of fans and cooling solutions that have been designed to near perfection. A lot of research and development is intelligently invested into what is know to be the pinnacle of quality control. Lots of exiting new products from Noctua, several prototypes and intriguing project can be seen below. Take a look through the gallery and enjoy.

http://www.dvtests.com/computex-2017-noctua/




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post Jun 5 2017, 01:31 PM

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Out of these four coolers, Noctua’s NH-U14S stands out by pretty much every metric. It is a little larger than the other three coolers and, even though the difference is small, extra caution is required when checking whether it can fit inside a case. At $65 it's also more expensive than the other three models by around 30% ($15), which makes it substantially more expensive. Nevertheless, the thermal performance of the NH-U14S is significantly superior as well, especially when the cooler needs to handle a high thermal load. This higher thermal performance coupled with Noctua's excellent reputation for their after-sales support gives the NH-U14S an edge over its competition, regardless of its higher retail price.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/11407/140-mm...ooler-roundup/2




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Noctua: A fan four years in the making @ Computex 2017


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The Noctua NT-H1 thermal compound was a pleasure to work with. It was easy to apply and the performance was great right from the start. No burn-in time was needed with the NT-H1, unlike Arctic Silver products. The storage and usage time look great, but since this is a new product, there has not been enough time to verify the manufacturer's claims. The NT-H1 has an MSRP about the same as what other companies' products are listed at, and they will provide about the same number of applications per syringe. Right now I have found one store in the US (moddersmart.com) that is selling the NT-H1, but it is listed at $8.99. Hopefully as it becomes more available, the price will fall to closer to what Arctic Silver 5 sells for.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Noctua/NT-H1/




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Noctua - Even Better Than Before | Computex 2017



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Noctua - Even Better Than Before | Computex 2017


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Noctua A-Series Fan Review - NF-A20, NF-A12 & NF-A4

http://glob3trotters.com/portfolio/noctua-...0-nf-a12-nf-a4/




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These fans took a long time to get right. Noctua should be praised for holding them back until they were this good. These are strongly built fans. Just holding them is a pleasure. In the photographs you can see the struts, but in person the broad blades seem to take up the whole disk. The fans come with a lot of accessories, including enough that you can choose how to fasten your fan. And the many screw-holes will let this fan to go into a large number of settings.

http://www.overclockers.com/noctua-nf-a20-fan-review/




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Noctua NH-L9i/9a AM4 Upgrade Kit & Ryzen 7 Temps

http://tekeverything.com/noctua-nh-l9i-am4-upgrade-kit/




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QUOTE(Edifier @ Jun 20 2017, 05:09 PM)
Noctua NH-L9i/9a AM4 Upgrade Kit & Ryzen 7 Temps

http://tekeverything.com/noctua-nh-l9i-am4-upgrade-kit/
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Any idea when Noctua gonna bring Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4 version here?

Although NH D-15 is available, but it is not compatible with AM4. I know that it is possible to request to Noctua to send AM4 kits,but it would take time...

So you have any details for when the Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4 version gonna be available here?
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QUOTE(AMDAthlon @ Jun 20 2017, 07:20 PM)
Any idea when Noctua gonna bring Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4 version here?

Although NH D-15 is available, but it is not compatible with AM4. I know that it is possible to request to Noctua to send AM4 kits,but it would take time...

So you have any details for when the Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4 version gonna be available here?
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You can get the AM4 Kit from Noctua.

http://noctua.at/en/support/mounting-and-upgrade-kits
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Testing out these new fans from Noctua makes me realize just how much I like the innovative designs of their products. They do not simple take the ideas from others and make small improvements.They throw the book away and start from scratch.The Noctua Noctua NF-A12x15 may only be a fan, but I have never seen a fan where so much attention to detail has been made to every aspect of its design – airflow, noise, power consumption, aesthetics, accessories, durability and quality.With their static pressure are ideal fans for any CPU heatsink, radiator or all in one loop. In terms of noise our results spoke for themselves, they were absolutely outstanding and this is where the Noctua NF-A12x15 really shines the most.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showth...220#post5259220




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Out of these four coolers, Noctua’s NH-U14S stands out by pretty much every metric. It is a little larger than the other three coolers and, even though the difference is small, extra caution is required when checking whether it can fit inside a case. At $65 it's also more expensive than the other three models by around 30% ($15), which makes it substantially more expensive. Nevertheless, the thermal performance of the NH-U14S is significantly superior as well, especially when the cooler needs to handle a high thermal load. This higher thermal performance coupled with Noctua's excellent reputation for their after-sales support gives the NH-U14S an edge over its competition, regardless of its higher retail price.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/11407/140-mm...ooler-roundup/2




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