Noctua launches high-end NH-D15 CPU cooler

Noctua launches high-end NH-D15 CPU cooler

The famous CPU cooler maker Noctua has launched a new high-end CPU cooler that goes by the brand name of NH-D15.

The newcomer is huge – it measures 165 x 150 x 135 mm without a cooling fan and 165 x 150 x 161 mm with a cooling fan; the weight changes from 1000 grams to 1320 grams respectively. You may think that the NH-D15 is too heavy and big but there’s a reason for all this – the cooler supports all modern Intel and AMD chips. Expect to be able to cool Intel LGA 2011/1156/1155/1150 processors and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2 and FM2+ chips. The NH-D15 also offers a copper base and six copper heat pipes that go around an aluminum heat sink. The cooling fan of the new Noctua cooler spins at 300-1500 rpm and pushes the impressive 115.5-140.2 m³ of air per hour; noise ranges from 19.2 dBa to 24.6 dBA. The cooling fan will serve for as many as 150 000 hours.

The retail version of the NH-D15 comes with some NT-H1 thermal compound as well as various accessories and tools needed for the successful installation of this impressive cooler. As to the price – the Noctua NH-D15 costs USD 99.9.

Source: Noctua

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