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Noctua’s long-awaited passive CPU cooler is here
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Noctua’s long-awaited passive CPU cooler is here

Noctua is recognized for making mighty quiet PC followers, and now it has a CPU cooler that doesn’t want a fan in any respect. Two years after asserting a passive heatsink potent sufficient to maintain a Core i9-9900K CPU in verify, the dead-silent Noctua NH-P1 (via VideoCardz) has lastly gone on sale today for $110. It’s an absolute unit at 1.2 kilograms (2.6 kilos).

Based on the corporate’s delightfully ASMR construct video beneath (via PC Gamer), the ultimate product’s six soldered heatpipes and thick fins are adequate to run a Core i9-11900K close to its TDP of 125W, and even offer you a slight overclock to three.6GHz, although it’ll closely rely in your case and different elements which may additionally generate warmth. The corporate has an entire set of setup guidelines, a CPU compatibility list, and even an inventory of recommended cases so you already know what you’re stepping into and begin off on the fitting foot.

Assuming you’ve acquired these issues in verify, you shouldn’t have an excessive amount of hassle becoming it to your motherboard: it seems to be appropriate with all fashionable desktop CPU sockets and has “100% RAM clearance on LGA1200 and AM4,” with a observe that you simply may wish to keep away from tall RAM modules in case you’re utilizing an LGA2066 motherboard.

The corporate additionally has a quiet (12.1dB) new 120mm fan, the NF-A12x25 LS-PWM, in case you actually need an additional burst of cooling from time to time. It’s set to return to a useless cease at 0 % PWM, so your fan controller can solely flip it on once you want it.

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