We create and update our compatibility lists with the utmost care. Unfortunately, mainboard manufacturers tend to change certain components and heatsinks without pointing it out by using corresponding revision names. If you run into problems while installing our coolers on one of the mainboards listed as being compatible, please don't hesitate to contact our support team at email@example.com.
Please also keep in mind that other components such as narrow or small cases as well as memory modules with special (higher) heat-spreaders can cause compatibility-issues.
For use in systems from Dell, HP or Lenovo, please note this FAQ.
Please refer to the following drawing for the exact measurements and clearance for RAM and chipset coolers:
The front fins of the NH-D15 generally protrude over the RAM slots. Due to the recessed lower fins, it is still possible to use RAM modules with up to 65mm height in single fan mode. In dual fan mode, the front fan will sit above the RAM slots as well. In this case, Noctua recommends using standard height RAM (up to 32mm). However, in chassis with more than 168mm CPU cooler clearance, the front fan can be moved upwards to make room for memory modules taller than 32mm (e.g. moving the fan 5mm up will increase the total height from 168 to 172mm and make room for 37mm tall modules).
Can't find the motherboard you're looking for? Please don't hesitate to contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to obtain compatibility information for motherboards that aren't listed below.
For further information on CPUs exceeding their TDP ratings and how to configure the UEFI BIOS in order to avoid excessively high temperatures, please see this FAQ.
Please also see our general buying guide, motherboard compatibility list and FAQs for further help on how to select the best cooler for your configuration.
Can't find the CPU you're looking for? Please don't hesitate to contact our support team at email@example.com in order to obtain compatibility information for CPUs that aren't listed here.