Noctua introduces three new 92mm CPU coolers

Nov

13

2014

The Austrian manufacturer of CPU coolers Noctua has announced three new processor coolers. The three models use the recently announced NF-A9 92mm PWM fan. One of the coolers for Intel Xeon processors with the original LGA2011 socket.

The two new coolers for consumers U9S the NH and NH-D9L and following the NH-U9B SE2 on. The third model, the NH-D9DX i4 3U is for workstations and servers with Xeon processors for the original LGA2011 socket. Noctua showed prototypes of the coolers as at Computex earlier this year.

Noctua NH-series CPU coolers

The NH-U9S is a high-endkoeler with five heatpipes and asymmetrical design. The cooler has a footprint of 95x95mm and with this RAM and PCI-E slots would not be in the way, according to Noctua, even in micro-ATX and ITX motherboards.

The NH-D9L’s compact format suitable for HTPC and other small form factor systems. The cooler has four heatpipes and 110mm high, where most 9cm coolers 125mm high. The NH-D9L also has a footprint of 95x95mm. The NH-D9DX i4 3U is identical to the NH-D9L but next LGA2011 sockets with square ilm format of 80x80mm suitable for Xeon sockets with a narrow ilm of 56x94mm of the Xeon platform. The LGA1366 sockets old X58 motherboards are otherwise supported.

The NH-U9S gets a suggested retail price of 54.90 euros, the NH-D9L should cost 49.90 euros and the NH D9DX i4 3U goes for 56.90 euros of the hand, thus Noctua.

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