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Designed in Austria, Noctua's premium cooling components are internationally renowned for their superb quietness, exceptional performance and thoroughgoing quality. Having received more than 6000 awards and recommendations from leading hardware websites and magazines, Noctua's fans and heatsinks are serving hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers around the globe.


Company history and background

Noctua originates from a collaboration between the Austrian Rascom Computerdistribution Ges.m.b.H. and the Taiwanese cooling specialist Kolink International Corporation, pooling more than thirty years of experience in the development, manufacturing and marketing of high-end cooling components. Established in 2005, Noctua took international silent enthusiasts' hearts by storm and quickly developed into one of the most acclaimed suppliers of premium quality quiet cooling products. Today, Noctua is present in more than 30 countries across the globe and working with several hundred sales partners. Chosen by noise-conscious PC users, system integrators and industry clients alike, Noctua has become synonymous with impeccable quality, excellent customer service and class-leading quiet cooling performance.


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Scientific know-how pooling and state-of-the-art simulation environments enable the development of advanced, highly optimised products that set new performance benchmarks for noise efficiency. Over the years, Noctua has put itself at the forefront of quiet cooling innovations with its unique, psychoacoustically optimised impeller designs as well as new bearing and drive technologies such as the SSO-Bearing (Self-Stabilising Oil Pressure Bearing) or the Smooth Commutation Drive (SCD) system. Thanks to advanced aerodynamic design measures like Vortex-Control Notches, Flow Acceleration Channels or Inner Surface Microstructures, Noctua's products are renowned for pushing the envelope in axial fan technology.


Quality and service

In a market that's increasingly driven by cost saving rather than customer dedication and flooded with branded budget products, we take pride in striving for excellence in both product and service quality. For example, our heatsinks feature all soldered joints for maximum performance and durability, our fans' 150,000h+ MTBF is backed up by a full 6 years’ manufacturer's warranty and whenever AMD or Intel introduced new CPU sockets, we provided our customers with mounting kits free of charge. As a result, an ever-growing base of avid Noctua users not only swears by the thoroughgoing premium quality of our products, but also by our excellent, customer-friendly service.


Industrial applications
While the Noctua brand has its origins in PC cooling technology, the outstanding quiet cooling efficiency and superior reliability of our premium-grade fans and heatsinks are equally beneficial for various applications outside the realm of PC cooling: The same virtues that have established Noctua products as an elite choice among demanding PC enthusiasts also make them ideal for a wide range of industrial applications. For example, our fans and heatsinks are being used in fields as diverse as solar engineering, LED cooling, storage solutions, household appliances or highly critical domains such as laboratory devices or medical technology. No matter whether it’s in surgery equipment or servers that run important software, Noctua’s thermal solutions have proven that they’re up to the task when it comes to industrial applications that require excellent quiet cooling performance, class-leading energy efficiency and uncompromising dependability.

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These are definitely not the cheapest fans on the market and we wouldn’t want them to be. When you make cheaper more budget stuff, something has to get cut somewhere and it is normally the quality of the product. Noctua products offer good value for the money through their amazing performance, which again, is backed by a 6-year warranty. Value is very subjective as I always say, but as long as you don’t take it to mean budget than the Noctua Redux fans offer great value, plain and simple.

http://www.enostech.com/noctua-redux-fan-range-review/




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On October 25th 2017, I have requested for the free AM4 Ryzen cpu bracket for my Noctua NH-U14S. Noctua told me that parts were shipped by standard air mail with no tracking information, and estimate 18 working days for oversea shipping.

Now, it's 2018 and I haven't received anything yet. Sigh. I have a feeling that courier companies had stolen my item.
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QUOTE(Skylinestar @ Jan 7 2018, 02:54 PM)
On October 25th 2017, I have requested for the free AM4 Ryzen cpu bracket for my Noctua NH-U14S. Noctua told me that parts were shipped by standard air mail with no tracking information, and estimate 18 working days for oversea shipping.

Now, it's 2018 and I haven't received anything yet. Sigh. I have a feeling that courier companies had stolen my item.
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Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
Please email to Noctua Austria again, tell them what you encountered and request them to send another unit to you.

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rocking a nh d14 here already 5years. has 2 industrial fan too. they are awsome
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using Noctua NH-L9x65, too bad fan died 2 times in within 2-3 years of usage sweat.gif

i cant vouch for its long lifespan
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QUOTE(Edifier @ Jan 7 2018, 12:43 PM)
These are definitely not the cheapest fans on the market and we wouldn’t want them to be. When you make cheaper more budget stuff, something has to get cut somewhere and it is normally the quality of the product. Noctua products offer good value for the money through their amazing performance, which again, is backed by a 6-year warranty. Value is very subjective as I always say, but as long as you don’t take it to mean budget than the Noctua Redux fans offer great value, plain and simple.

http://www.enostech.com/noctua-redux-fan-range-review/
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Recently bought 2 pcs of Redux nf-p14s redux 140mm 1500rpm fan only realized that the frame has been redesigned, noctua website not even state that, now one of my casing fan is having old design (bought few months ago) while the other 2 are new design doh.gif

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QUOTE(llk @ Jan 7 2018, 08:47 PM)
Recently bought 2 pcs of Redux  nf-p14s redux 140mm 1500rpm fan only realized that the frame has been redesigned, noctua website not even state that, now one of my casing fan is having old design (bought few months ago) while the other 2 are new design  doh.gif
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brown color frame. is it changeable like chromax series? hmm.gif
that kinda fugly. the old version is a better looker for redux.
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QUOTE(sai86 @ Jan 7 2018, 09:26 PM)
brown color frame. is it changeable like chromax series?  hmm.gif
that kinda fugly. the old version is a better looker for redux.
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Yes, the vibration pads are swapable like those chromax series
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QUOTE(marfccy @ Jan 7 2018, 06:39 PM)
using Noctua NH-L9x65, too bad fan died 2 times in within 2-3 years of usage sweat.gif

i cant vouch for its long lifespan
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All the Noctua fans come with 6 years warranty, you can claim the warranty from us and please bring along your receipt.
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QUOTE(Edifier @ Jan 7 2018, 10:50 PM)
Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
All the Noctua fans come with 6 years warranty, you can claim the warranty from us and please bring along your receipt.
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this will be dealing direct with Inter-Asia? cause my previous one was with CZone in Digital Mall and they just helped to send it back to Inter-Asia only

your office is near Kota Damansara right?
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Is NF-A15 in stock?
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when chromax heatsink cover will be available?

wanna buy the cover for my D15
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QUOTE(marfccy @ Jan 7 2018, 11:10 PM)
this will be dealing direct with Inter-Asia? cause my previous one was with CZone in Digital Mall and they just helped to send it back to Inter-Asia only

your office is near Kota Damansara right?
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Yes, you can dealing direct with us. Our office located at Sunway Damansara.
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QUOTE(Xnet @ Jan 7 2018, 11:17 PM)
Is NF-A15 in stock?
Would like to purchase
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Out of stock now, new stock will reach end of this month.
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QUOTE(PowerSlide @ Jan 7 2018, 11:19 PM)
when chromax heatsink cover will be available?

wanna buy the cover for my D15
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Chromax heatsink will be available on end of this month too.
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QUOTE(Edifier @ Jan 7 2018, 11:45 PM)
Out of stock now, new stock will reach end of this month.
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Noted.
Do keep me posted.
What will it cost?
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QUOTE(Xnet @ Jan 8 2018, 12:08 AM)
Noted.
Do keep me posted.
What will it cost?
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QUOTE(llk @ Jan 7 2018, 08:47 PM)
Recently bought 2 pcs of Redux  nf-p14s redux 140mm 1500rpm fan only realized that the frame has been redesigned, noctua website not even state that, now one of my casing fan is having old design (bought few months ago) while the other 2 are new design  doh.gif
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We don't kno they change the frame design too.
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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.

If you are in the market for some new thermal compound, I suggest checking some Noctua Nt-H1 thermal interface material out for yourselves.

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




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Overall, the price of the NH-U9S might be a little bit steep for some people but it's worth every penny considering that this is a very well engineered cooler. It comes packed with a whisper quiet fan and Noctua's SecuFirm2 mounting kit makes the installation process very easy and straightforward. Noctua has also included in the package their NT-H1 thermal compound that is top notch. We strongly recommend the NH-U9S to anyone who's looking for a high quality cooler for a mini-ITX build. It will give you fantastic cooling performance while providing high RAM and video card clearance. The NH-U9S is another high quality product from Noctua that performs just as you would expect.

With all that being said, we are proud to give the Noctua NH-U9S our Gold Award.

http://www.relaxedtech.com/reviews/noctua/nh-u9s/1




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When running at low speed this fan is really really quiet. I am very pleased that I replaced the original case fans with this. Excellent product!

https://www.quietpc.com/nf-a14-uln




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Noctua NF-P12 PWM


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You guys asked for it an Eber listened! After upgrading to an AIO water cooler, he now delves deeper into high end air coolers with three different Noctua options. He may soon regret his initial decision.....maybe. wink.gif


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New Coolers are arriving to support the giganitc die of Threadripper CPUs. Let's test the new Noctua coolers alongside some of the best AIO on the market.


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Any idea where i can get a mounting adapter for my old NT-C12P, for LGA 115x systems. Could only find it overseas but the shipping's same cost as the item
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NF-A15 arrived yet? Expected when?
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QUOTE(blackxwhite @ Jan 16 2018, 05:56 PM)
Any idea where i can get a mounting adapter for my old NT-C12P, for LGA 115x systems. Could only find it overseas but the shipping's same cost as the item
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Please contact Inter-Asia, they can order it for you.
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[Review] Noctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Premium Fan - Airflow


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Both coolers perform excellent within their respective range. The 95mm based NH-D9L simply is a good product (within its segment). Combined with overclocking it'll run out of juice fast though. But overall definitely recommended. The winner from the two has to be the NH-U9S though, it packs a little extra bite and allows our 4790K processor to run at 1.3 Volts / 4600 MHz. Granted the temps are borderline, but for its form factor, I seriously like it. As shown, we also tried a dual-fan config on the NH-U9S and that really makes it an awesome cooler. Keep in mind though that in a lot of mITX configurations, the second fan would likely not fit as depending on the arrangement it would block a DIMM or PCIE slot. So our advice is to focus on the single fan perf primarily. For those that have the space, awesome perf is what we see.

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The Noctua NH-U9S is an easy recommendation from me despite its high price. Its tiny form factor is obviously meant for those who either seek a clean aesthetic with a square cooler while easy accessibility to other parts of the motherboard (I’m one of them), or for mini-ITX builds with low temperatures.

https://nasilemaktech.com/review-noctua-nh-u9s/




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It should be clear by now that when it comes to functional design even a seemingly small change can have major effects in performance. I am not talking about a butterfly effect here but in a more practical local way. The NH-U9S is a perfect example of this, but this did not come as too much of a surprise considering how largely improved the NH-U12S and NH-U14S’ performances were compared to their previous generation counterpart. The NH-U9S takes the 92mm level of thermal performance beyond even further than the NH-U9B SE2 despite being bundled with only a single fan.

http://www.modders-inc.com/noctua-nh-u9s-cpu-cooler-review/


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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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Overclocking AMD Ryzen Threadripper and testing Noctua's TR4 coldplates vs an Asetek round all in one water coolers. It seems the square cold plate is essential to cooling threadripper properly, especially while overclocking.

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As much as these two fans may look like a standard PC fan, they are industrial fans, so it is a bit hard to compare them to a typical PC fan. Will they work in your home PC? Sure - they will work just fine, but you will never get them to run at their maximum rated speeds on the 12V from the PSU in your home system. You need 24V to get the maximum speeds and that of course requires a dedicated external 24V power source. Who would go to that much trouble and expense when Noctua has a full line of case and cooler fans that are just perfect for your PC?

These industrialPPC fans are intended for use in an industrial environment where 24V is typically available. Moisture and dirt are often encountered in an industrial environment and that is exactly where these fans are best used. The IP67 rating ensures that the internal components are protected and these fans are up to the task of reliably moving air in an industrial application. The AEC-Q100 qualification ensures that these fans meet the failure-mechanism-based stress tests for integrated circuits.

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/noctua_ppc_fans/




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As always, Noctua has not failed to impress us with build quality and performance. With these two coolers, they have continued to set the benchmark for a ‘premium’ small form factor CPU cooling solution. Apart from the “love it or hate it” fan colour scheme, the aesthetics are what we have come to expect from the brand, with simple, clean lines and no “fluff” or extraneous features.

https://smallformfactor.net/reviews/cooling...-noctua-collide


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Here at TechRadar, we’re obsessed with building and overclocking the best gaming PCs we can get our hands on. If you’re anything like us, the best CPU coolers will help you maximize the frequency you can squeeze out of your processor. Even if you don’t find yourself obsessively tweaking with your BIOS, you really should consider picking up one of the best CPU coolers as lower temperatures generally mean your PC will last longer.

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AM4 bracket (for my NH-U14S) finally arrived. rclxm9.gif
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Noctua has again made its mark on the computer after-market peripheral upgrades. Although the NH-L9a-AM4 L-Type low-profile cooler is specific to the new AMD Ryzen socket, the NH-L12S contains the mounting hardware for all of the current Intel and AMD socket types; plus Noctua offers a free upgrade for future socket designs. Noctua only requires a proof of purchase (photo, scan or screenshot of the invoice) of both a Noctua CPU cooler and hardware components corresponding to the specific kit when requesting a mounting kit upgrade.

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware...9a-am4-nh-l12s/




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The Noctua NH-U14S CPU Cooler is a great CPU Cooler, and the bigger, badder and better big brother to NH-U12S.

http://www.technologyx.com/featured/noctua/




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If you can afford the premium price that comes attached with Noctua products, and you don’t mind their browny-beige color scheme, then they are absolutely one of the best fan makers in the world. I honestly forgot how quiet and premium their fans were until I got my hands on the care package that they sent over. I thought my EK Vardar fans were good, which they are, but Noctua is on another level with their fans. It’s only right that I award them with the appropriate award… which without saying is:

http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail...00mm-varieties/




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Like these fans but don't want them in "that" color? Awesome, now you can get them in black with 6 choices of color tips! All 6 colors included in one box!


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Maximising colour choices, Noctua’s chromax line gives users the option to colour-customise their fans and CPU coolers in order to create PC builds with specific, focused aesthetics: http://noctua.at/chromax The chromax line ranges from chromax editions of the signature NF-A15, NF-A14, NF-F12 and NF-S12A fans over add-on heatsink covers for popular coolers such as the NH-D15(S) and NH-U12S to coloured cables, anti-vibration pads and anti-vibration mounts. Enabling users to colour-coordinate their cooling solutions with other components and popular build themes such as all black, black & white or black & red, Noctua’s chromax line is the perfect choice for all those who value clean, neat looks just as much as class-leading quality and performance.


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Noctua’s SecuFirm™ mounting systems are renowned to be among the most convenient on the market. This video shows how to install Noctua's NH-U14S TR4-SP3, NH-U12S TR4-SP3 and NH-U9 TR4-SP3 CPU coolers on the TR4/SP3 socket of AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper and Epyc platforms.


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The Best Ryzen Air Cooler! The Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4!


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Thinking about doing air cooling? You have a lot of options but the one that almost always ends up at the top of the list is the Noctua NH-D14. Due to its popularity, Noctua has updated the D14 with the NH-D15. Some small design changes have been made to help make this cooler a little more user friendly when installing in systems without low-profile memory. I take a look at what comes in the box and check clearances using an ATX and mATX motherboard


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Mini-ITX Air Cooling - Low Profile vs Small Tower (C7, L9i, M9i, D9L)

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Got any low profile AM4 cooler in the market ? Where to get them ?

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QUOTE(tensai_kamen @ Mar 8 2018, 12:55 AM)
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Take, where can I buy the AM4 retention kit for my D14(I bought few yrs ago & lost the receipt)?
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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Mar 9 2018, 04:48 PM)
Take, where can I buy the AM4 retention kit for my D14(I bought few yrs ago & lost the receipt)?
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Benchmarking and reviewing the Noctua NF-A20 vs. H500P MasterFan MF200R fans, both of which are 200mm.


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QUOTE(Edifier @ Mar 12 2018, 10:28 PM)
You can purchase the retention kit from Inter-Asia.
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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Mar 13 2018, 07:37 AM)
The Inter-Asia doesn't has it, I tried searching the website(all Noctua sections).
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Noctua NF-S12A | The Ferrari of Case Fans?


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QUOTE(Edifier @ Mar 13 2018, 12:51 PM)
We have it, please contact us @ 03-78804001.
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Kind of troublesome for me. If I buy new cooler, does it come with am4 socket support?
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Hi, do you have the NF-A6x25 FLX and the NF-A4x20 FLX?

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The Noctua NH-D15S is a fantastic CPU cooler that improves on the already outstanding NH-D15. Overall, it usually stays within 1-2 °C of its sibling. With such fantastic performance on mainstream processors, the loss of a second fan does little to dampen its performance. It also doesn't hurt that noise levels are just as expected in that it's nearly silent. At 64 mm under the fins, memory clearance is good, and with the new asymmetrical design, expansion-slot clearance is greatly improved as well. Much like all Noctua coolers, the NH-D15S is easy to install thanks to the SecuFirm 2 mounting hardware, and let's face it, that paired with its exceptional build quality make this cooler a bit of a treat to work with. The fact that it's well packaged and has a nice accessories bundle is just icing on the cake. Oh and who can say no to an industry leading no fuss six year warranty?

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I know you can find plenty of $5 or $10 fans on the market and yes they may even be a better fit for the theme of your case, but you are going to be hard pressed to get a fan that delivers what Noctua is offering in that price range, or in most others for that matter. I know it is a tough pill to swallow for some with the choice of colors Noctua uses and the fact that the NF-F12 PWM fans do require near $20 to obtain one of them. Even with that in mind, I say that everyone should own at least one Noctua fan in their lifetime and get a personal sense of what they offer you.

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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.

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Unboxing & Review : The Noctua NH D15



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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Mar 16 2018, 04:18 PM)
Kind of troublesome for me. If I buy new cooler, does it come with am4 socket support?
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QUOTE(konspiracy @ Mar 18 2018, 12:10 AM)
Hi, do you have the NF-A6x25 FLX and the NF-A4x20 FLX?
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If you interested, we can do back to back order for you.

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May I know the price please for once of each?

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QUOTE(Edifier @ Mar 23 2018, 03:14 PM)
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If you  interested, we can do back to back order for you.
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Price of NF-A6x25 FLX is RM79 and price of NF-A4x20 FLX is RM79 too.

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The Noctua NH-D15 is certainly one of the best air coolers on the market today, while defeating some of the AiO liquid coolers too. However, there is a price to pay. Firstly, the form factor. Secondly, compatibility. Make sure you check everything before picking one up for yourself.

https://nasilemaktech.com/review-noctua-nh-d15/


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The NA-SAV2 and NA-SAVP1 pads are stylish and very easy to use. If you are into modding and want to use Noctua's fans in your computer but you hate Noctua's traditional color scheme, then consider buying the NA-SAVP1 corner pads. I will say that this is a step in the right direction for Noctua because people like different color schemes and it's good to have variations of colors to choose from.

http://www.relaxedtech.com/reviews/noctua/...x-accessories/1




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will a NH-D15s fits in a Lian Li PC-08 case? Seriously considering going back to air cooler
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Fan Noise Reduction with Noctua



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"The Best Ryzen Air Cooler! The Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4!"
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Bought a NH D15 and install it on my lian li pc08 with 5mm clearance to spare..thanks anyway for the non responsive on my query earlier..Anyway, this air cooler is (surprisingly)way better than AIO..

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QUOTE(ad2000 @ Apr 1 2018, 12:25 AM)
Bought a NH D15 and install it on my lian li pc08 with 5mm clearance to spare..thanks anyway for the non responsive on my query earlier..Anyway, this air cooler is (surprisingly)way better than AIO..
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Anyway I am really happy with it..Had to reverse the air though, with top fans as intake and heatsink fans as intake and removed the exhaust fan since PC 08 air flow is kinda weird..I used a Noctua NF-P12 as the second fan since the provided second fan does not fit with ram and IO shroud clearance issues. What is most significant is GPU temp is also 5-8c cooler compared to using NZXT X52 AIO previously. I guess the fans and heatsink helps to dissipate hot air from GPU more efficiently thumbup.gif

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The Noctua NH-U14S is backed by a 6-year warranty and priced at RM 339 on Lazada. Base on its overall performance and factor, include the warranty policy, I award Noctua NH-U14S with Silver Pokdeward.

The Noctua NF-A15 PWM fan is priced at RM105 on Lazada, as we know the fan is one of the best cooling fans in the market with extremely quiet operation, even at full tilt. Adding the second fan’s price into the equation, the Noctua NH-U14S will actually cost more than the Noctua NH-D15, while delivering less performance. Of course, there is the RAM clearance issue when considering the NH-D15, where the Noctua NH-U14S has none to speak of.

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Noctua Chromax Fans and NH D15 NH U12 Cooler Mod Tops


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Noctua NH-U9S - Testing, Install Guide, & More - Amazing Cooler!


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Noctua has actually managed to pack all top air cooler traits into a configuration that allows for the use of taller RAM in all slots of current Intel boards without detracting from performance. Both coolers use Noctua's latest fan designs which boast high air movement and static pressure with very limited noise, as well as PWM control. Both the 140mm of the NH-U14S and 120mm of the NH-U12S top out at 1500rpm at only 19.2 and 18.6 dBA respectively. The same SecuFirm 2 mounting kit is used on both, offering top quality components with easy and solid installation. All necessary hardware is included to add second fans for push/pull operation, as is a tube of top quality NT-H1 thermal interface material.


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The Noctua NH-L12S and Reeven Brontes are both low profile coolers that are relatively new to the market. Let's how cool they can keep an overclocked 8600K at 4.8 GHz when compared to larger coolers.


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Ultimate CPU Cooler Comparison

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

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Hi guys, today I take a look at a mini CPU Cooler, the Noctua NH-U9S. This cooler is a perfect candidate for Mini-ITX systems and offers some fantastic performance for its short size of 12.5cm, beating out the popular Hyper 212 EVO in terms of performance.


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Noctua has always been at the top of the game because of good performance and quality fans. In fact, the NH-D9L has managed to match the U9S benchmark temperatures in a even smaller form factor. That alone is an achievement in itself. Noctua has always been a company with high quality
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Noctua NH-D15 Review - Hands Down THE BEST Air Cooler!


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Noctua NH D15S on Intel Core i7 6800k Overclocked


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One of my favourite heatsink companies. This is the latest cooler from Noctua. It works with all the latest sockets and performs awesome smile.gif


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The NH-C14S cooler combines both performance and PC case compatibility into one single package. Along with Noctua's notable 6-year warranty and amazing build quality, you should be satisfied if you choose it to cool your precious CPU.

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AIO water cooling is considered the best for cooling efficiency short of a custom loop, but is it really? Or can air cooling give it a run for its money?


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Regarding the new Chromax series I can easily say that the top notch quality is here, guaranteed by 6 years warranty, combined with great appearance and tons of possibilities. I am pretty sure the new visual options will definitely attract more attention to the products and most of all will definitely lure curious eyes to peek inside every modern case or modding project.

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Teaming up eleven stator guide vanes with a specially conceived seven blade impeller, the NF-F12's Focused Flow™ system creates outstanding static pressure and focuses the airflow for superior performance on heatsinks and radiators. At the same time, a wide range of advanced aerodynamic design measures, second generation SSO-Bearings and Noctua's new, custom designed PWM IC for fully automatic control guarantee astounding quietness of operation. The NF-F12 comes with modular cabling, integrated anti-vibration pads and two speed settings for full flexibility. Its commanding performance, exhaustive set of features and Noctua's trusted premium quality make it an elite choice for use on air coolers, radiators and other pressure demanding applications.


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Noctua's Redux line of fans brings their outstanding quality and technology down to a price that more people will be able to afford... But have they made too many compromises?


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Can this crazy mod cool a 250w graphics card quietly?


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The NF-S12A marks the third generation of Noctua's signature S12 series quiet case fans, which have received more than 250 awards and recommendations from the international press.


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Noctua Chromax Fans and NH D15 NH U12 Cooler Mod Tops




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Four and a half years of investment into research and development, for any product, would almost certainly yield impressive results, but when all of that effort is focussed onto one fan, available in one colour and one size, the results are amazing.

Our testing showed this fan blows everything else out of the water, including the Corsair ML-120, a fan known for its excellent performance.

The construction of the fan is “no compromise” in every single way, going to unbelievable lengths to ensure optimal performance and minimal noise in the process. The fan is easily the heaviest we’ve encountered, tipping the scales at a mighty 201g. A Corsair ML Series 120mm fan, for example, weighs 148g. Noctua believe in their product so much, they tag it with a 6-year warranty; not shabby at all!

To round up, if you’re after the best performance or silent operation, this is the only fan we can recommend, full stop. Yeah, it’s pricey at £26, but that is absolutely warranted in our opinion.

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Tauke, I am looking for :

NF-A12x15

NF-P14s

Where can I buy them?

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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Jun 25 2018, 09:39 PM)
Tauke, I am looking for :

NF-A12x15

NF-P14s

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NF-A14 PWM chromax but can't find any chromax series on inter-asia website

Malaysia no sell chromax series fan?


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The Noctua NH-U14S is Noctua's attempt to deliver outstanding performance and maximum compatibility in the same package. As always, their products absolutely kick butt


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Beware, these are not necessarily cheap but are also not that expensive if you compare them to other high end fans. The price might be a little bit steep but in my opinion they are worth every penny because you are getting a high quality product that performs just as you would expect and on top of that, you have a 6 year warranty. You know you are getting a high quality product when it has the Noctua name on the package. We strongly recommend the Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans to anyone who's looking for the best of the best. Noctua continues to release high quality products so with all that being said, we are proud to give both the NF-A14 iPPC-3000 and 2000RPM PWM fans our Gold Award.

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Hi broo. wta where to find this cooler. NH-L9A-AM4. its for my ryzen itx build. cannot find it anywhere in malaysia icon_question.gif
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QUOTE(maad @ Jun 29 2018, 07:17 PM)
Hi broo. wta where to find this cooler. NH-L9A-AM4. its for my ryzen itx build. cannot find it anywhere in malaysia  icon_question.gif
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We only have L9i stock on hand.
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Beware, these are not necessarily cheap but are also not that expensive if you compare them to other high end fans. The price might be a little bit steep but in my opinion they are worth every penny because you are getting a high quality product that performs just as you would expect and on top of that, you have a 6 year warranty. You know you are getting a high quality product when it has the Noctua name on the package. We strongly recommend the Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans to anyone who's looking for the best of the best. Noctua continues to release high quality products so with all that being said, we are proud to give both the NF-A14 iPPC-3000 and 2000RPM PWM fans our Gold Award.

http://www.relaxedtech.com/reviews/noctua/...industrialppc/1
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can vouch for this, truly a great fan and actually cheap compared to the sanyo denki san ace fans I bought 8 years ago
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QUOTE(x-1o8-x @ Jun 30 2018, 12:05 AM)
can vouch for this, truly a great fan and actually cheap compared to the sanyo denki san ace fans I bought 8 years ago
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Noctua's NH-C14S is better in every way to the original! It is more efficient, noise is of little concern, and the changes made by solidifying the design and reworking the fins makes for a much better cooler.

Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7284/noct...iew/index7.html






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If you are looking for a smaller air cooler for a compact system this cooler is a great choice! Now the cooler is a little hard to find, but we were able to find it online for around $55. Overall ThinkComputers gives the Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler a 10 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award!

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The Noctua NF-A14 ULN is a very nice fan for the “quiet enthusiast”. As we’ve seen it runs at more or less in total silence, whether you pick 800 or 650 RPMs. Personally I think the difference between 650 and 800 ROM was so minor that you might as well opt for 800 RPM speeds to get that extra airflow.

https://www.eteknix.com/noctua-nf-a14-uln-n...wm-fan-reviews/


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Yet another Noctua product review, and we’re just as impressed today as we were way back, when we looked at our first Noctua product. That seems a trivial thing to mention right? We’ll I can’t say that for many other brands, we’ve seen almost the entire Noctua range and we’ve never found any major concerns, issues or problems. That’s a big deal, Noctua have a proven track record of consistently delivering brilliant products.

https://wecheck.tech/noctua-nh-l9x65-review/


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The NH-U14S from Noctua is an amazing cooler. Its performance has it take on some of the best-performing air coolers in the industry. Let us start with noise levels, or should I say lack thereof? This cooler is quiet, topping out at 42 dBA in its default, single-fan configuration to place second on our sound-level charts when at full fan speed.

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Noctua has done it again, both the NF-F12 PWM and the NF-P12 PWM are great fans that will help keep your system temps down. the NF-F12 PWN seams to be a bitt better on a CPU cooler that the NF-P12 but no matter what fan you get you will se excellent results.
If you plan to get a new fan for your CPU I recommend the NF-F12 PWM since it has a higher RPM and a bit better cooling performance when used on a CPU cooler.
All in all these two fans are amazing and I recommend them both for anyone no matter what you do with your PC, for ME who wants my Studio PC to be quiet the NF-F12 PWM is a winner

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All in all, these products are well built, well designed, and are able to achieve specs that by-and-large merit the premium price asked of them. None of the tested fans exhibited loud operation, and the included accessories ensured that the fans can be used in many different systems.

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The NH-U14S is the heatsink featured in this review, and it did surprisingly well. One would expect that it would not be able to keep up: not only cooling less well than the D15 but falling behind the DF14, the Megahalems and the Genesis as well. Instead, this little one tower heatsink surpassed all our expectations and beat out three top heatsinks, with the stock U14S only falling behind the stock D15 by 2.1 °C (59.3 vs 61.4). If we look at the single-fan options the U14S is only 1.4 °C behind the D15S (60.0 vs 61.4). How does it do its magic? Who knows? It is a fine heatsink that won’t interfere with tall RAM. You could improve the cooling by little more than a degree by buying an NF-A15 and putting it on the back side of the heatsink as a pull fan. But the Noctua engineers think gains to be had over the single fan is not worth the cost. However we are all about limit pushing here, so Noctua includes a second set of fan clips with the NH-U14S kit.

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With the release of the NF-F12 PWM fans from Noctua, I will be recommending these to everyone who asks me about a new fan and has silence in mind with the desire for top tier performance. They are that good.

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Noctua vs Stock - NF-A12x25 Performance Review!



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QUOTE(Edifier @ Jul 31 2018, 04:16 PM)
Noctua vs Stock - NF-A12x25 Performance Review!


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Overall, the NF-P12 redux fans do not sacrifice any of the performance. You still get Noctua’s legendary 6-year warranty, and a rated MTBF of over 150,000 hours.

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What happens when Noctua gives us airflow AND static pressure? They have a new material that lets the fan blades stay REALLY close to the fan frame. The NF-A12x25 series does not disappoint when it comes to performance.


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Noctua's NF-A12x25 - Magic on Radiators!


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The NA-SFMA1 fan adaptor is a great accessory with solid build quality and design. The overall insatallation is simple, quick and easy.

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The NH-U9 TR4-SP3 should most definitely reside on any builder’s list for a compact Threadripper build.

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For those looking for a high-quality, high-performing, low-noise air cooling solution for AMD Threadripper, the Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3 makes the decision easy.

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Check out this amazing customised heatsink cover by Le Funky (http://www.lefunky.net )! While spray-painting heatsinks is difficult and reduces performance, our #chromax covers can easily be repainted with custom colours and decorations! http://www.noctua.at/chromax


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I need two to be used as extractor fans
What is recommended?
Whats the $ and is it in stock?
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If you want top-tier performance with ultra-low noise levels and extra expansion-slot room, the Noctua NH-D15S is a damn good option.

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QUOTE(Edifier @ Jun 29 2018, 02:50 PM)
Beware, these are not necessarily cheap but are also not that expensive if you compare them to other high end fans. The price might be a little bit steep but in my opinion they are worth every penny because you are getting a high quality product that performs just as you would expect and on top of that, you have a 6 year warranty. You know you are getting a high quality product when it has the Noctua name on the package. We strongly recommend the Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans to anyone who's looking for the best of the best. Noctua continues to release high quality products so with all that being said, we are proud to give both the NF-A14 iPPC-3000 and 2000RPM PWM fans our Gold Award.

http://www.relaxedtech.com/reviews/noctua/...industrialppc/1
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Hi i looking for this fan 2 units.

Where can i find these?
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QUOTE(Xnet @ Aug 21 2018, 04:07 PM)
I need two to be used as extractor fans
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Whats the $ and is it in stock?
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A12x25 PWM or A12x25 FLX Fans
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QUOTE(lepo @ Aug 22 2018, 07:41 AM)
Hi i looking for this fan 2 units.

Where can i find these?
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you can get from Lazada - https://www.lazada.com.my/shop/tech4u/?spm=....745a5d87oauiEW
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QUOTE(Edifier @ Aug 22 2018, 10:23 AM)
Hi, i looking for 3000pwm and cannot find it.

Could u provide me the link?

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I don't see NF-A12x25 . Where can I buy this new fan?
https://www.lazada.com.my/shop-cabinet-fans...h4u&from=wangpu
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QUOTE(Skylinestar @ Aug 23 2018, 11:20 AM)
I don't see NF-A12x25 . Where can I buy this new fan?
https://www.lazada.com.my/shop-cabinet-fans...h4u&from=wangpu
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Check the link

https://www.lazada.com.my/-i420710882-s6117...lFlag=true&mp=2

https://www.lazada.com.my/-i420667008-s6116...lFlag=true&mp=2
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QUOTE(lepo @ Aug 23 2018, 10:53 AM)
Hi, i looking for 3000pwm and cannot find it.

Could u provide me the link?

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Check this

https://sellercenter.lazada.com.my/product/...?currentTab=all

https://www.lazada.com.my/-i629755-s719486....lFlag=true&mp=2
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Threadripper 2 Ready? - Noctua NH-U14 TR4 SP3 Review


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the new A12x25 is great fans from all sort of reviews out there but pricing it here RM179 kinda too much at least in my opinion
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the new A12x25 is great fans from all sort of reviews out there but pricing it here RM179 kinda too much at least in my opinion
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QUOTE(Edifier @ Aug 23 2018, 01:07 PM)
What's the difference between PWM and FLX? My motherboard support 4-Pin but the case original provided 120mm Exhaust Fan was 3-Pin. Should I follow the original setup?
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I'm thinking to use this to for direct air flow to my graphic card, but I'm little concern about the noise. I'm currently using corsair 300R silent case and with full Noctua setup except two originally provided fan which currently in thinking to replace it as well. Should I get this model or i could just get the normal Noctua 140MM will do?
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What's the difference between PWM and FLX? My motherboard support 4-Pin but the case original provided 120mm Exhaust Fan was 3-Pin. Should I follow the original setup?
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The 4-pin PWM version supports fully automatic speed control via PWM fan headers and comes with a Low-Noise Adaptor to reduce the maximum speed from 2000 to 1700rpm.
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hi there, if i order the NH-L9i for my ryzen. do i get together with the AM4 bracket? or i need to wait another request to noctua to send?
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QUOTE(Jin_Kecik @ Sep 18 2018, 11:27 AM)
hi there, if i order the NH-L9i for my ryzen. do i get together with the AM4 bracket? or i need to wait another request to noctua to send?
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do you have any idea where i can get this item?

NF-A9X14 PWM?
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Sigh... sent my noctua in for rma and not yet hear back from them after 2 months+
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Sigh... sent my noctua in for rma and not yet hear back from them after 2 months+
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Sent via shop (PC Image) in Kuching. Upon checking, they said sent to KL and still await return.
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QUOTE(mbr @ Sep 21 2018, 09:30 AM)
Sent via shop (PC Image) in Kuching. Upon checking, they said sent to KL and still await return.
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Sorry for the delay, we need to wait for Noctua to send the parts to us.
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I see.
Sorry for the delay, we need to wait for Noctua to send the parts to us.
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May I ask where is the Noctua regional centre that we source from, and what is the usual timeline expected for RMA? Thanks!
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The Noctua NH-D15S is probably the best CPU cooler that we’ve tested and it improves the already outstanding and excellent-performing NH-D15. It delivers high-class performance plus it is also a product perfect for anyone trying to build a new system; plus, aside from being one of the most silent coolers around, it even managed to stay hushed even when we tried dialing some hefty overclocks. It definitely stayed very quiet despite putting a lot of heat on the CPU.

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The NH-C14S is a good performing product in a dense heatpipe cooling market, the cooler becomes truly magical at default processor clock frequencies versus noise levels, I am still a little perplexed by the sheer noise level (the lack of it).

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The transformation of the NH-C14 to the NH-C14S was a very slight one. The tower simply needed to be shifted slight over, and at first glance the differences are nearly imperceptible. Thankfully the performance differences are imperceptible, as well, leaving you with simply a more compatible NH-C14.




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Is there a recent price increase? It seems the D15S was available around RM330-350. Now it's all around RM400. It's the same for every other coolers.
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The transformation of the NH-C14 to the NH-C14S was a very slight one. The tower simply needed to be shifted slight over, and at first glance the differences are nearly imperceptible. Thankfully the performance differences are imperceptible, as well, leaving you with simply a more compatible NH-C14.


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Looking for an air cooler somewhere between the Hyper 212 EVO and the beast that is the NH-D15? If so, you may want to look at the NH-U14S or the NH-U12S single tower cooler from Noctua. Designed to fit in more cases and not interfere with memory, these coolers still pack a punch while leaving more room in your case.


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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Oct 26 2018, 11:37 AM)
I am looking for  NF-A12x15 fan for my Silverstone FTZ01 case. May I know where to get this? I tried a
Searching lelong, lazada, & shopee. Got nothing.. sad.gif
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We will restock on next week.
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post Oct 28 2018, 01:14 PM

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QUOTE(Edifier @ Oct 27 2018, 07:21 AM)
Sorry for the problem caused.
We will restock on next week.
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Please let me know once available.
Thanks.
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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Oct 28 2018, 01:14 PM)
Please let me know once available.
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This Noctua NH-L12 was originally acquired for use in an editing rig here at Linus Media Group, but with the whole-room water cooling project that plan went out the window... But if you're NOT planning on water cooling a room full of computers, should you consider the NH-L12?


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Noctua Chases Optimization - NF-A12x25 + Prototypes


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post Nov 7 2018, 06:09 PM

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It's already 1 week, any news about the NF-A12x15 fan ?
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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Nov 7 2018, 06:09 PM)
It's already 1 week, any news about the NF-A12x15 fan ?
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You can buy from our dealer - https://www.lazada.com.my/products/noctua-n...Cw1W18&search=1
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QUOTE(Edifier @ Nov 7 2018, 09:05 PM)
TS, you gave me the wrong directions.
This 1 is 25mm (NF-A12x25) thick, I want a 15mm thick type NF-A12x15 fan.
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QUOTE(yhsiau @ Nov 8 2018, 07:22 AM)
TS, you gave me the wrong directions.
This 1 is 25mm (NF-A12x25) thick, I want a 15mm thick type NF-A12x15 fan.
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Sorry, please try this - https://www.lazada.com.my/products/noctua-n...Sy7av4&search=1
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post Nov 15 2018, 11:28 AM

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recommend me noctua cooler for ryzen 5 2600

my casing can only accommodate for 16 cm : https://en.sharkoon.com/product/T3-W


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QUOTE(haroldz123 @ Nov 15 2018, 11:28 AM)
recommend me noctua cooler for ryzen 5 2600

my casing can only accommodate for 16 cm : https://en.sharkoon.com/product/T3-W
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Bro, you can give C14S a try, good performance and lower profile.

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Review Noctua NF A12x25 PWM | Fan terbaik yang pernah ada!


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post Nov 15 2018, 03:48 PM

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QUOTE(Edifier @ Apr 3 2018, 09:50 PM)
The Noctua NH-U14S is backed by a 6-year warranty and priced at RM 339 on Lazada. Base on its overall performance and factor, include the warranty policy, I award Noctua NH-U14S with Silver Pokdeward.

The Noctua NF-A15 PWM fan is priced at RM105 on Lazada, as we know the fan is one of the best cooling fans in the market with extremely quiet operation, even at full tilt. Adding the second fan’s price into the equation, the Noctua NH-U14S will actually cost more than the Noctua NH-D15, while delivering less performance. Of course, there is the RAM clearance issue when considering the NH-D15, where the Noctua NH-U14S has none to speak of.

https://pokde.net/tech/noctua-nh-u14s-singl...-cooler-review/
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This one u have am4 bracket?
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QUOTE(haroldz123 @ Nov 15 2018, 05:11 PM)
This one u have am4 bracket?
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You can purchase the AM4 bracket from us.

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post Nov 16 2018, 01:12 AM

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QUOTE(Edifier @ Nov 15 2018, 07:54 PM)
You can purchase the AM4 bracket from us.
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I tot the am4 bracket is free?
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QUOTE(haroldz123 @ Nov 16 2018, 01:12 AM)
I tot the am4 bracket is free?
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You can request those free from Noctuas official page (given you have an invoice of the cooler & an AM4 motherboard).
They will then post it to you (~3 weeks from Austria).

This post has been edited by nrw: Nov 16 2018, 12:02 PM
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QUOTE(haroldz123 @ Nov 16 2018, 01:12 AM)
I tot the am4 bracket is free?
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Yes, you can request it from Noctua, they will courier it to you FOC.
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Do you bros have D15S in stock?

Thanks brother biggrin.gif

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Yes, we have stock.
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Noctua vs Stock - NF-A12x25 Performance Review!


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I am such a watercooling fanboy that I rarely look at air coolers, but I have heard such good things about the Noctua NH-D15 that I just had to see what it was all about...


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Noctua NH-D15S & NH-C14S Overview & Overclocked Tests


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post Nov 26 2018, 04:11 PM

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how to order from u?
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QUOTE(haroldz123 @ Nov 26 2018, 04:11 PM)
how to order from u?
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You can buy from our dealer - https://www.lazada.com.my/shop/tech4u/?spm=....6fb729ddo4rZFc

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Noctua's Redux line of fans brings their outstanding quality and technology down to a price that more people will be able to afford... But have they made too many compromises?


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