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    News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    High-end air cooling equipped with a useful-looking 140mm round-frame fan.
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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Looks like 2 SI-120s sandwiched together with a 120mm as filling....
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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Can't help feeling that this really won't make that much difference. To take a Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme, this will no doubt be far bigger, far more expensive, and far more difficult to fit into a case properly, all while unlikely to make much difference on the cooling performance. The Noctua fans might be expensive and included in the package, but they aren't worshipped in all quarters.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Looks like they got bored and started moulding different coolers together until they found something worked. Wonder how well it truely performs though.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by snootyjim View Post
    Can't help feeling that this really won't make that much difference. To take a Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme, this will no doubt be far bigger, far more expensive, and far more difficult to fit into a case properly, all while unlikely to make much difference on the cooling performance. The Noctua fans might be expensive and included in the package, but they aren't worshipped in all quarters.
    Given that Noctua already have something roughly the equal of the TRUE, you have to assume releasing this would be utterly pointless if it didn't beat it.

    And let's face it, it's still smaller than some heatsinks out there... heatsinks which weren't as good as the TRUE or U12P anyway.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Is that a late April fools article! lol

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    looks a lot like a Scythe Miné tbh.. and that was a very good cooler on my Q6600 got me to 4GHz.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by ixos View Post
    Is that a late April fools article! lol
    I think you may be right there, it's starting to grow on me now a bit though, would look hench in my case, if it fits that is

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off six heatpipe, dual radiator NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Looks like the IFX, but noctuas fans are never anything to sniff at.

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