Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by Lardman, Aug 26, 2008.
Amazon selling the U12S chromax for $112. Non chromax versions a bit cheaper
That looks interesting! I like that they've updated the fan....
I don't know why, but I just put down the balance on the ice giant. US$50 shipping hurts. Tshirt better be good.
Looks awesome, please let us know it goes!
Just saw this on reddit:
Next gen D15!
Next get 140mm!
24 to 12V adapter, would be useful for 3D printer builds . Save buying 24V fans or using janky Ali express buck converters.
I am liking the Noctua white fans and new Noctua sterrox liquid-crystal polymer fan.
The next-gen, 140mm A12, which Noctua is currently eyeing for 2021, is very much like the existing 120mm A12, including an Sterrox liquid-crystal polymer Impeller and basically the same appearance and technology. But a Noctua representative told me the biggest challenge is beating themselves: part of the reason it’s taking time to come to market is that the company wants this product to be significantly better than the 120mm A12 with 140mm adapter.
Ok I want these...
You want everything
They certainly do look beautiful in white. Quite distinctive, but quite honestly I've never really been much of a fan of baby poo brows they use
Noctua D15S Chromax are out:
weedoggie thats a price tag.
Problem solved... Idle temps have gone from mid 50's to low 30's and load temps from high 80's to high 60's low 70's...
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I'd love Noctua to do a frameless 40mm low profile fan to replace my x570 chipset piece of crap fan..
yep, same, hope someone makes something for mine for when the fan eventually dies.
So..with a bit of fan fiddling i have managed to get the 5600X (with Ryzen Master set to Auto Over clock) down to an idle temp of 32 degrees and maximum gaming temps of 72 degrees with the Noctua