Noctua for Intel LGA 1156, 1366, 1155, 775 and AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3 Sockets, 6 Heatpipe 2x140mm SSO Bearing Quiet CPU Cooler - Retail NH-C14
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- Proven 6 heat-pipe cooler, down-facing c-type design with Airflow Gaps and lower profile.
- Award-winning, premium-grade NF-P14 SSO-bearing fan achieves excellent quietness and long-term stability.
- Scope of Delivery 2 x NF-P14 Premium Fan Ultra-Low-Noise-Adapter ( U.L.N.A)
- Low-Noise-Adapter ( L.N.A) NT-H1 High-grade Thermal Compound SecuFirm 2 mounting Kits. Warranty : 1 Years.
- SecuFirm Multi-socket mounting System and High-end Thermal Compound ( NT-H1 ).
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Noctua Thermal Grease is one of the best on the market and this unit comes with a big syringe full of it - enough to remount this thing a dozen times at least.
** Make sure to install the optional fan brace / bracket that comes with the unit. Install the bracket BEFORE mounting onto the CPU. There was a slight vibration on both machines after installing using the dual fan configuration pointing downward, but once we installed the extra brace the vibration went away.
Super Quiet, No Vibrations, Incredible Packaging, Build Quality, Great Instructions, Great Cooling.
- Be sure to check your memory height. Noctua provides guides and measurements on their website. This is especially critical for ITX and similar builds
- You can remove the top, bottom, or both fans for low-power applications
- A splitter and two in-line resistors are included to reduce fan speed
- THIS THING IS HUGE. Not a con, because it's exactly what I wanted, but it may not fit all cases / motherboards / builds
Be sure to read the instructions thoroughly before installing. I goofed up the mounting bracket orientation. The installation guide is really quite good, with even more information available on the Noctua website.
This setup works in my case while still leaving the 230mm side fan in (protrudes approx 0.9" into case) and mounting properly with spacers to the motherboard with about 3/4"-1" clearance from the side fan to top most part of noctua nh-c14. This system is a great low profile fan, fit right in, the problem I found is not how tall it is, but how wide and long it is. Yes, I fit it in no problem, but it only leaves about 2 inches to from the side of the cpu/heatsink until the top 230mm fan out. On my new Asus m5a99fx pro r2.0 motherboard, this is where the 12v atx rail plugs in and the 2x cpu 3pin fans. I didn't realize it was such a tight fit until after I put it in and had a heck of a time sneaking my hand up and plugging in (medium sized hands). You might want to keep this in mind and and plugin those necessary cords prior to installing this to be sure you don't have to remove it to reseat the heatsink.
The actual product packaging was phenomenal, lots of padding, lots of extra screws, mounting brackets, nice stainless steel tool for screws, quality thermal paste etc.Read more ›
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4x 4GB Viper Extreme. (Tall RAM and this cooler FITS PERFECTLY with the bottom fan on!)
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Bought this to replace my dead water cooler (pump died) - wanted to stay away from the headache & anxiety of water cooling system (leak, pump dies, replacing coolant...).
For the cooling performance, at idle my the cores' temp is steady at 28-29 degree Celsius. It does get to 58 degree when I run my PC at 3.9GHz -4.0GHz. Overall, no complain. I like the fact 2 fans are blowing air to the motherboard and cool everything down instead of blow air to the rear.
For the sound, please see my video. It is almost quiet! The turbine like sound was from 2 Jetflo exhaust top 120mm fans. Beside 2 massive fans mounted on this cooler I have another exact same fan in front as an intake, 2 Jetflo on top, 1 Scythe low profile fan at the rear, 4 fans at my GPU... I have a huge 850w power supply so no room for fan at the bottom. I use a PCI slot fan to move air up top instead.
Build quality is 8/10 (Flimsy screws, snapped one with my hand tight, so make sure you do it gently! the contact surface to the CPU has machine marks, should have electro-polished it first Noctua)
Sound 10/10 (see video, noise came from 2 Jetflo and 1 Scythe)
Air move (ratio to sound) is 9/10 (Notice an increase in air flow after replacing intake with this Noctua fan)
Value 7/10 (had to spent extra $10 on top of $80 for a LGA2011 socket mounting kit - Noctua will send you a kit for free if you fill out their form on their home page but I couldn't wait 14 days shipping from Austria LOL!)
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Even in 2016 it's perfect fit for a small ITX Ncase M1. Performs great!Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works absolutely great for my application. Nice and quiet and has the clearance I need.Published 3 months ago by John A Nosky
Great cooler, VERY VERY Large but fits in my Mitx motherboard and case. kept my i7 4790 at a cool 50 at load.Published 5 months ago by Kushal Giri
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Don't be confused. This CPU cooler is physically huge. There is only one direction I could orient it in my case. Read more
Barely fit into my mini ITX build.
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It is amazing how this design has helped drop my CPU temps a good 10 degrees (on average) while also being quieter than the other coolers that I have tried. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andrew