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Tuesday, 10 November 2009 14:19

Noctua announces NH-U9B SE2 cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Updated version of the NH-U9B

Noctua has announced a new, updated version of its NH-U9B cooler, the NH-U9B SE2. The new cooler keeps all the key features taken from the old one and pairs it up with two fans, SecuFirm2 multi-socket mounting system and NT-H1 thermal compound.

The new NH-U9B SE2 follows the footsteps of its predecessor as it is targeting HTPC and smaller cases rather than high performance. The new one brings support for latest Intel LGA1156 and LG1366 sockets, thanks to the SecuFirm2 mounting system and keeps all the features that its predecessor had, like four copper heatpipes, copper base and a nickel-plated heatsink.

The new special edition also comes with a second fan and we are talking about high-performance NF-B9 92mm fans with SSO bearings and up to 1600RPMs.

The new NH-U9B SE2 cooler is backed by six years of warranty and should appear in retail pretty soon with a price tag of US $54.90/€46.90.

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