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    Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    Of particular interest is its upcoming A-Series 120x25mm high performance fan.
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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    MOAR Noctuas!!!!!!

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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    Quite a intresting write up over on PCgamer about these fans if anyone is intrested, apprantly plastic grows to much to use in these fans over time hence the fact they are made of liquid polymer from the same family as Kevlar, apparently it costs 4x as much to produce though so gonna be expensive.

    http://www.pcgamer.com/noctua-spent-...ngest-fan-yet/

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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    best fan company in teh world bar none !

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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    glass filled nylon would probally cure this problem and is is every day use (recycled carpets)..... once notcta has reseached this maybe call RGE Engineering in england as they are wizards in this ingreedient.

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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    Designed in Austria built in China.. yeah quality matters!! lmao!

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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    Quote Originally Posted by Korrorra View Post
    Designed in Austria built in China.. yeah quality matters!! lmao!
    But still costing Noctua prices, suggesting it was built for quality rather than with the aim of keeping the price as low as possible.
    Like most manufactuiring and engineering, China can either build good stuff, or cheap stuff. They can't do both.

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    Re: Noctua talks about its products and prototypes from Computex

    The only gripe I have with Noctua is their colour scheme, but at the same time, it makes their stuff most distinguishable. That being said my PC is very utilitarian and has no window so you cannot see any of the Noctua fans in it.

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