Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

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Our favourite cooling company Noctua have been showcasing some upcoming products at Computex in Taipei and we have a little gallery of images to show you this morning. For those of you who don’t know, KitGuru recently hit 4.8ghz on air with a Core i7 875k with their monster Austrian Sandwich the NH D14 - which you can see over here. We even managed to hit 5ghz, although it wasn’t stable … nonetheless, booting into Windows at 5ghz on air is still incredible!

Noctua have an awesome new range comprising:

  • 140mm C-Type Cooler (Exclusive)
  • 120mm D-Type Cooler (Prototype)
  • 92mm D-Type Cooler Prototype (Prototype)
  • 120mm U-Type Cooler Prototype (Prototype)
  • 120/80mm Low-Profile Cooler (Prototype)

Let’s have a butchers!

New 140mm C-Type Cooler (Exclusive)

DSC 6518 300x199 Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

• C-type design for lower height and excellent component-cooling
• 6 heatpipes
• Dual NF-P14 FLX 140mm fans
• Uniquely flexible fan setup:
• Dual fan mode for maximum performance
• Low profile mode for minimum height (105mm)
• High-clearance mode for best compatibility with high RAM modules

New 120mm D-Type Cooler (Prototype)

DSC 6501 Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

• Performance levels close to NH-D14 flagship cooler
• Smaller size for improved compatibility
• Optimal compatibility with high RAM modules in single fan mode
• 6 heatpipes
• Up to three 120mm fans

New 92mm D-Type Cooler (Prototype)

DSC 6503 Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

• Compact dual-tower design
• 95mm square shape for optimal compatibility on LGA1156
• 4 heatpipes
• NF-B9 92mm premium fan

New 120mm U-Type Cooler Prototype

DSC 6509 Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

• Next generation single-tower cooler
• 7 heatpipes
• Exellent heat distribution throughout the cooling fins
• Optimal compatibility with high RAM modules
• Single or dual 120mm fan setup

New 92mm U-Type Cooler Prototype

DSC 6507 Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

• Next generation compact single-tower cooler
• 5 heatpipes
• Excellent heat distribution throughout the cooling fins
• Optimal compatibility with high RAM modules
• Single or dual 92mm fan setup

New 120/80mm Low-Profile Cooler (Prototype)

DSC 6512 300x199 Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

• Designed for mini-ITX mainboards and small HTPC enclosures
• Flexible fan setup:
• 120mm/80mm dual fan mode for maximum performance
• 120mm single fan mode for more clearance
• 80mm single fan mode for minimum height (63mm)

KitGuru says: We really do love these guys.

Discuss in our forums over here or just leave a quick comment below.

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  • Terry

    Noctua are quality products, their fans divide feeling though don’t they? its either love or loathing on the colour scheme!

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  • Eric K

    CHrist they go for huge heatsinks. dont they!

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  • Death Dealer

    The low profile one looks wicked good. bet that will rock. Kitguru review I hope !

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  • Bob

    It is a good showing and range of coolers, I like the way they always use those distinctive fans too, quality products.

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  • Frank

    Very nice, I dont like the fan colour but they are great quality so its not like I need to sit staring at them while they spin. They do a good job, enough for me.

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  • http://www.klown.yolasite.com Fisshy

    The Color Scheme Characterizes these Fans, Get Over It!
    Just be Happy And Know That Whoever Is complaining About How much the Fans Don’t “Match” Is Either incredibly Naive Or is jealous that he/she Doesn’t Have Any!;)

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