18 June 2019, 14:41
Fancy a system with "subtle, classy colour accents rather than overblown lighting"?
29 May 2019, 10:11
1.5kg finned and heatpipe threaded block can thus cope with an Intel Core i9-9900K.
30 January 2019, 11:11
And the new NA-CW1 cleaning wipes help you clean off your old paste, ready for new.
7 June 2018, 10:10
Almost all the performance of the flagship NH-D15 in a much smaller profile.
3 May 2018, 11:01
Sterrox material minimises impeller creep, facilitates 0.5mm blade tip clearance.
3 August 2017, 14:01
Meanwhile Noctua has released a trio of large baseplate Threadripper edition coolers.
8 June 2017, 10:01
Of particular interest is its upcoming A-Series 120x25mm high performance fan.
12 November 2014, 14:05
The NH-U9S, NH-D9L and NH-D9DX i4 3U are all 92mm air coolers.
17 June 2013, 13:30
Prototype technology was developed in partnership with RotoSub.
25 June 2012, 10:22
See it for yourselves, an NF-F12 equipped with RotoSub noise cancellation tech.
31 May 2012, 10:36
Prototype to be shown at this year's Computex.
22 February 2012, 10:46
Designed with Small Form Factor and Home Theatre PCs in mind.
2 November 2011, 11:19
High-end cooler gets a makeover for Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge Extreme.
5 June 2010, 12:19
Jakob at Noctua takes Steve through the range of their super-cool coolers
2 June 2010, 13:38
A wonky design for a range of space-suiting configurations.
3 November 2009, 11:01
High-end solution features a six heatpipe, dual radiator design that promises "a perfect balance of performance and quietness".
20 August 2009, 15:19
Noctua has announced its NM-I3 SecuFirm2 mounting kit for Intel's socket LGA1156, and it'll be available free for existing users.
5 June 2009, 13:53
High-end air cooling equipped with a useful-looking 140mm round-frame fan.
27 October 2008, 15:38
Using a Noctua CPU cooler? You might be entitled to a free SecuFirm2 mounting kit that'll support Core i7's socket LGA1366.
6 February 2008, 10:06
The generally well received range of fans from Noctua have been added to today in the form of Noctua's first 92mm fan, the NF-B9.
11 May 2006, 19:18
The bigger the better, says Austrian heatsink-maker.