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SSO2

The self-stabilising oil-pressure bearing (SSO-Bearing) system has always been at the heart of Noctua’s award-winning premium fans. Silent enthusiasts and industry clients alike swear by its proven, time-tested quality. SSO combines the proven concept of oil-based hydrodynamic bearings with an additional magnet that supports the self-stabilisation of the rotor axis. Due to the axis being stabilised by the magnetic field, Noctua’s SSO Bearing achieves higher precision and better longevity than conventional ball-, sleeve- or hydrodynamic bearings.


SSO2


SSO2 is the further optimised second generation of SSO. Made possible by the use of metal bearing shells and new injection moulding techniques, the magnet is now placed closer to the rotor axis and thus exerts higher magnetic force to it. This results in even better stabilisation, precision and durability.





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02.10.2014 - hardwareinside.de NH-D15
Test verdict: "Wie schön hier deutlich zu sehen ist, schneidet der Noctua NH-D15 sowohl in der eigenen, als auch in der Referenzbelüftung am besten ab. Mit etwas Abstand folgen schließlich alle weiteren Testkandidaten." (Alexander Löwe, hardwareinside.de)
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01.10.2014 - TechLobby.co.uk NH-D15
Test verdict: "With the release of the NH-D14, Noctua brought to us a goliath of a passive CPU Cooler. It has dominated at Noctua’s top end solutions for over 4 years. One would think that the gigantism would end there. This isn’t the case as the newer and even bigger NH-D15 goes that one step further." (Farhan, Khan, TechLobby.co.uk)
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01.10.2014 - XtremeHardware.com NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000 PWM
Test verdict: "Qualora vogliate performance assolute, robustezza e la certezza di acquistare ventole quasi eterne, questa sarebbe la giusta scelta." (Matteo Trinca, XtremeHardware.com)
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30.09.2014 - GameIT.es NF-P14s redux-1500 PWM
Test verdict: "Recomendados para usuarios que quieran equipar ventiladores de alta calidad a un precio aceptable." (Miguel G. Mingorance, GameIT.es)
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