Noctua will be exhibiting at Computex Taipei (May 28th to June 1st) and we kindly invite you to visit us in Nangang Exhibition Hall 1F, booth I0701! As usual, we would like to give you a brief glimpse of what we are currently working on by displaying some exclusive prototypes and providing a first sneak preview of upcoming new products.
Noctua today presented its new NH-U12A premium-quality quiet CPU cooler. The NH-U12A is the latest, 5th generation of Noctua’s award-winning U12 series of 120mm size coolers. Conceived to push the envelope of the 120mm form factor, it combines two of Noctua’s flagship model NF-A12x25 PWM 120mm fans with a completely redesigned heatsink featuring 7 heatpipes and an increased fin surface area for superior heat dissipation. This way, the NH-U12A can rival the performance of many 140mm sized coolers while offering 120mm class case and PCIe compatibility.
Video. Comparing NT-H1 and NT-H2
Video. NF-A12x25 120mm fan
Video. NH-U12A 120mm CPU cooler
Video. NH-U12A: technical backgrounds
23.05.2019 // OCClub.ru
"В конечном итоге Noctua NH-U12A можно рекомендовать всем. И тем, кто ищет тишины, и тем, кто ищет производительности, и в случае сравнительно стеснённых габаритов корпуса. “Выбор редакции”." (Ubeiko Oleg, OCClub.ru)
22.05.2019 // ComputerBase.de
"Der NH-U12A ist die neue Referenz für 120-mm-Tower-Kühler" (Thomas Böhm, ComputerBase.de)
21.05.2019 // Hardware Hounds
"Considering the size, this cooler has phenomenal performance." (Josh Jackson, Hardware Hounds)
21.05.2019 // Play3r.net
"Anyone who has ever heard of Noctua will expect that the NH-U12A performs well…and it didn’t let us down! There has never been an air cooler on our test bench that reached the thermal performance of this. Not only that, but it also beats a number of all-in-one liquid coolers from some very big names in the industry!" (Dave McMahon, Play3r.net)
21.05.2019 // SmallFormFactor.net
"This model is more compact than some of Noctua’s larger offerings but offers unparalleled performance for its size due the quality of fans being used." (Drew Duncan, SmallFormFactor.net)