Do you have a hard time finding space in your slim HTPC, ITX or mini-ITX system? Noctua and Phanteks may have a solution for you with their new ultra low-profile NH-L9 and TC90LS coolers, designed to fit where no other cooler can. We take a thorough look at them in this review.
Ever since its release, Noctua's NH-D14 is one of the most popular high performance CPU coolers amongst enthusiasts. However, the massive height of the cooler frequently is a source of concern for users, who possess cases too narrow for the cooler to fit, or for HTPC builders, who are limited by the height of
Undoubtedly, overclockers and hardcore hardware enthusiasts are the most demanding target group, especially when it comes to cooling, since they rarely settle for anything but the best. One of the most reputable CPU coolers among enthusiasts is the Noctua NH-D14. Noctua’s behemoth has been available for some time now and always is amongst the
Today there is an abundance of high performance CPU coolers, with each company supplying several solutions to the market. The vast majority of such CPU coolers however are tower coolers of significant size, making their implementation inside desktop HTPC cases and other tight configuration problematic. In this review we will examine and test a
Noctua is better catering to users requiring a lower profile CPU cooler with the birth of its new NH-L12; a cooler sporting four nickel-plated copper heatpipes that should feel right at home in Small Form Factor and HTPC cases in particular.
Continuing with tradition, Noctua is offering the new NM-I2011 SecuFirm2™ mountings free of charge to new and existing customers, which is compatible with their whole line of retail heatsinks. We at VR-Zone tested it on our previously reviewed NH-C14 and the new ASUS Sabertooth X79 to bring you the mounting procedures and some idea about ram clearance.
In our labs today is an interesting product from the alpine nation of Austria. Noctua's NH-C14 processor heatsink possesses an interesting design which lets you mount the fan either above or below the fin array, promising compatibility with large memory modules or narrow casings. Read on to find out how Noctua's top-flow heatsink design stacks
Computex 2011 Round-up for both day 1 and 2. SILVERSTONE's TJ12, NZXT Pink Case, Noctua's Prototype Cooler and the PCCOOLER's W120 are some of the interesting things we get to see. The various casings, PSUs and coolers are sorted according to the different manufacturers for your convenience.
Noctua Booth @ Nangang Exhibiton Hall, 1F, Booth I0022 • 120mm Focused Flow™ Fan • Mounting-Kit for Upcoming Intel LGA2011 Socket (Prototype) • Low-Profile Dual Fan Cooler • Top-of-the-Range Triple Stack Cooler (Prototype) • Top-of-the-Range Downdraft Cooler (Prototype) • New 140mm D-Type Cooler (Prototype)
Noctua has updated its DO line of CPU coolers for AMD Opteron (Socket G34) based servers and workstations with the new NH-U12DO A3 and NH-U9DO A3. These coolers each come with two of Noctua’s renowned premium quality fans to achieve further improved quiet cooling performance.
As the heatsink mounting holes for both LGA 1155 and LGA 1156 sockets are identical, Noctua’s NM-I3 SecuFirm2 mounting kit for LGA 1156 will support Intel’s upcoming ‘Sandy Bridge’ platform. Also, Noctua has announced that owners of older Noctua CPU coolers who wish to upgrade to the upcoming LGA 1155 socket will be able to
Noctua has introduced its new NH-C14 CPU cooler. Sporting an exquisite, uniquely flexible 140mm dual fan setup of two Noctua NF-P14, the NH-C14 is a highly customisable, premium-class top-flow solution that further boosts the renowned quiet cooling performance of the company’s much acclaimed NH-C12 series.
COMPUTEX TAIPEI brings together a disproportionate number of casings, power supplies and cooling products. SilverStone TJ11? Beefy 105A single +12V rail? Dual layer HDT heatsinks from XIGMATEK? See them all in this show report!
We got to see a number of new products from Noctua; an alternative to the flagship NH-D14, a successor to the popular NH-C12P SE14, and a unique HTPC-oriented dual fan low-profile cooler. Also in this article are the Corator line of heatsinks from Coolink.
It’s only for those who purchased a Noctua mounting kit for AMD motherboards, so Intel users will have to sit this one out. Read on to find out more.
NH-C12P SE14 Austrian based Noctua has launched the NH-C12P SE14 CPU cooler, expanding its portfolio of high performance CPU coolers. Read more…