Noctua releases two new CPU coolers

The Austrian company Noctua, well known among hardware enthusiasts for its quiet and highly efficient CPU coolers, has released two new company products – the Noctua NH-U12S and NH-U14S, designed to cool all modern CPUs out there.

As any other Noctua cooler the newcomers boast high efficiency and durability and low noise. The smaller NH-U12S measures 158 x 125 x 45 mm, weighs 580 grams and comes with a 120 mm NF-F12 cooling fan that spins between 300 – 1500 rpm and pushes up to 74.3 cubic meters of air per hour while maintaining noise of 18.6 dBa.

The larger NH-U14S features a 140 mm NF-A15 fan, measures 165 x 150 x 52 mm and weighs 770 grams. The cooling fan spins between 300 – 1500 rpm and pushes up to 140.2 cubic meters of air per hour while producing just 24.6 dBa of noise.

Thanks to the included SecuFirm 2 attaching system both coolers fully support Intel LGA2011, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA1150 and AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1 and FM2 sockets.

As to pricing the Noctua NH-U12S costs EUR 60 while the NH-U14S sells for EUR 70. For this much money you also get a 6-year warranty as well as NT-H1 thermal paste.


Source: Noctua

Related posts

MSI Launches EX300 Laptop

MSI announced today that they’re expanding their entertainment notebooks with the release of the EX300. The ultra portable laptop comes with sleek alloy case in 2 elegant colors: brilliant red or dazzling blue. Specs include: Intel® Core™2 Duo Mobile Processor P7350 Intel® PM45 +...

Kingston also offers own wireless portable drive

Just like Seagate, Kingston is bringing its own wireless portable storage solution, allowing easy file sharing for Apple's iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The pocket-sized, flash based storage is called Wi-Drive and measures 121.5mm x 61.8mm x 9.8mm. It boasts 802.11g/n WiFi and mini USB...

First details on Intel Ivy Bridge-E

The long awaited refresh of the high-end LGA 2011 platform will finally take place in Q3 2013, Hitechreview has learned. In this time period Intel will retire the current Sandy Bridge-E chips by releasing three new LGA 2011 processors based on the Ivy Bridge-E architecture...

Leave a comment