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Wednesday, 02 November 2011 14:59

Noctua shows its NH-D14 Special Edition cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With support for LGA2011 socket


Noctua has rolled out a new special edition of its quite famous NH-D14 cooler that now has support for Intel' LGA2011 X79 platform. Featuring a dual-heatsink design, six heatpipes and dual-fan configuration, the Noctua NH-D14 will probably have no trouble in coping with Intel's Sandy Bridge-E CPUs.

As it was the case with all recent Noctua CPU coolers, this one also features Noctua's SecuFirm2 mounting system with vibration compensators and comes bundled with NT-H1 termal compound. Spec wise, the 160x140x158mm large and 1.24kg heavy NH-D14 features a cooper base connected to two aluminum heatsink via six copper heatpipes. This one will ship with 120mm NF-P12 PWM and 140mm NF-P14 PWM fans that spin up to a maximum of 1300RPM.

We are quite sure that NH-D14 will be used in a more than few Sandy Bridge-E overclocking ventures, at least those air-cooled ones. The new NH-D14 will be backed by a 6-year warranty and should be available soon with a suggested price tag set at €74.90/US $84.90.


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