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Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler @ itshootout.com
[Feb-03-12] (0 Comments)
It’s clear from the moment you receive the vast box that Noctua means business with its NH-D14 cooler. The heat sink is comfortably the largest we have tested and the cooler comes with two fans as standard. The question is, does it perform as well as it looks?
Phanteks PH-TC14PE_RD CPU Cooler @ rwlabs.com
[Sep-02-11] (0 Comments)
Although Phanteks is the latest player in the CPU coolingretail market their long experience in the OEM segment has allowed them notonly to create an great looking CPU Air Cooler available in 4 differentcolors but they have also managed to dethrone both the excellent SilverArrow by Thermalright and the amazing NH-D14 by Noctua.
Noctua NF-S12B FLX Fan @ eteknix.com
[Feb-11-11] (0 Comments)
The Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm Fan is the latest release in a series of popular fans designed for the noise conscious system builder from the Austrian specialist company Noctua. A previously small niche company synonymous with low noise fans has recently grown to prominence due to their high performance NH-D14 dual radiator heatsink which took the market by storm. This single product has given the company exposure to the performance enthusiast market that Noctua was never really targeted in the past.
Noctua NH-C14 Cpu Cooler @ rbmods.com
[Feb-08-11] (0 Comments)
It was awhile ago that we looked at a product from Noctua. Today we are back to look at their latest NH-C14 cpu cooler that is a big cpu cooler with some nice features that should prove to be quite decent to help cool the cpu. How well does it perform? We are going to compare it vs the NH-D14 which is a older cooler from Noctua but still top of the line on the market.
Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler @ hardwaresecrets.com
[Aug-10-10] (0 Comments)
We tested the NH-D14 CPU cooler from Noctua, which has two tower heatsinks, six heatpipes, and has 120 mm and 140 mm fans. Check out this monster!
CoolIT ECO A.L.C. CPU Water Cooler @ legitreviews.com
[May-03-10] (0 Comments)
The ECO A.L.C. is a self-contained CPU water cooler that requires no maintenance and is just as easy to install as any enthusiast air cooler out today. Due to it being a sealed system the ECO A.L.C. has none of the normal worries and maintenance issues that come with custom water cooling loops. This makes it nice for those users that want a water cooler but do not want to have the yearly maintenance that comes with custom water cooling loops. Let’s take a quick look at the specifications, then on to looking the ECO A.L.C over and seeing how it performs against some of the top air coolers such as the Zalman CNPS10X Performa, Thermalright Venomous X, and the mighty Noctua NH-D14...
Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler @ techgage.com
[Apr-27-10] (0 Comments)
A huge computer chassis deserves a huge CPU cooler, andwhen you need one of those, Noctua delivers. With its NH-D14, thecompany seems to have had the goal of delivering the largest coolerpossible that could still fit on most ATX motherboards, but with thatsize comes extremely good performance even low noise levels.
Noctua NH-D14 and C12P-SE14 - XSs @ xsreviews.co.uk
[Mar-06-10] (0 Comments)
Whilemany companies during the recession decided to diversify their businessto stay afloat, one company that decided to stick with what they dobest, make coolers; that company was Noctua. Hailing from the onlycountry in the world with their own
Noctua NH-D14 Cpu cooler @ rbmods.com
[Dec-14-09] (0 Comments)
Noctua is well known for their top of the line cpu coolers, they have now developed a new cooler which is about twice the size of their older ones. Noctua coolers have always been quite big but this takes the prize so it is going to be interesting to see how well it performs.
Noctua NH-D14 140mm CPU Cooler @ tweaktown.com
[Dec-04-09] (0 Comments)
Noctua, who is already well known for having great performance in their coolers, and at almost silent operation, had recently released a new 140mm fan, the NF-P14. This fan boasts more CFM and lower noise than the already good NF-P12 that Noctua users are accustomed to seeing and using. From previous testing, I can see a bit of room for improvement on CFM, but to do that and actually lessen the noise levels, now this I got to see!Aside from the noise levels, Noctua “super sized” the cooling capabilities of this version, not unlike the V10 concept, but Noctua saw no need for the third radiator, or a TEC for that matter. The new release utilizes two large fin assemblies and two fans to get the job handled. Knowing what I have seen from Noctua, I am excited to say the least.
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