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Wednesday, 12 November 2008 15:23

Noctua shows its Core i7/LGA 1366 cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Special Edition of the NH-U12P

Austrian-based Noctua has announced its newest addition to the CPU cooling products, the NH-U12P SE1366. The new version is nothing more than the special edition of the already famous NH-U12P CPU cooler, but this time with a Core i7/LGA 1366 SecuFirm2 mounting system.

The new NH-U12P SE1366 features a copper-based core with four dual copper heatpipes paired up with a duo of 120mm SSO bearing NF-P12 fans and a SecuFirm2 LGA1366 mounting system. The new cooler weighs 770 grams and comes bundled with Noctua's NT-H1 thermal compound.

The new Core i7 NH-U12P SE1366 should be available as of next week with a suggested retail price of US $64.90 / €56.90 and a six-year warranty.

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