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NH-L9a : indicaciones sobre el TDP


El NH-L9a es un disipador silencioso de bajo perfil, diseñado para su uso en chasis con factores de forma pequeños y entornos HTPC. Aunque proporciona un rendimiento de primera categoría dentro de su clase, no es apropiado para el overclocking y debe emplearse con precaución en CPU con un TDP (potencia de diseño térmico) superior a 65 W. Consulte la siguiente tabla para obtener recomendaciones detalladas; lea también las explicaciones que vienen a continuación:

Socket Codename TDP rating SKU Compatibility & remarks
AM4 (con NM-AM4-L9aL9i) Summit Ridge 65W o menos todos compatible
95W todos compatible
Recommended with good case ventilation only.
Bristol Ridge 65W o menos todos compatible
Pinnacle Ridge 65W o menos todos compatible
95W Ryzen 5 2600X compatible
Recommended with good case ventilation only.
105W Ryzen 7 2700X compatible
Recommended with good case ventilation only, might drop below base clock speeds with continuous 100% load.
Raven Ridge 65W o menos todos compatible
AM2(+)/AM3(+)/FM1/FM2(+) todos 65W o menos todos compatible
100W o menos todos incompatible


CPU temperatures depend on various different factors, so please take note of the explanations below and keep in mind that our recommendations can only serve as general guidelines for typical setups.


1) Our recommendations are based on an ambient temperature of 25°C or less. If your ambient temperature is significantly higher (30°C or more), we only recommend the cooler for configurations where we specify full compatibility without any additional remarks or restrictions. Please also ensure good case ventilation when ambient temperature is 30°C or more.


2) Our recommendations assume that the cooler is installed in a typically equipped, properly ventilated HTPC system. If you are using particularly hot components inside your system, it may be necessary to use stronger case ventilation to ensure sufficient CPU cooling performance.


3) Our recommendations assume that the fan is used with PWM control (configured so that it can speed up to 100% when necessary) but without the supplied Low-Noise Adaptor. If you would like to use the cooler with the supplied Low-Noise Adaptors, we recommend choosing CPUs with less than 65W TDP.


4) All our TDP recommendations are based on thorough testing with the default values specified by AMD using popular applications such as Asus Realbench and prime95. Please note, however, that prime95 creates a particularly high load that goes beyond typical application scenarios and this leads to elevated temperatures. We thus recommend using other programs such as Realbench for checking the stability and temperatures of the CPU in realistic scenarios.