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Les ventirads pour CPU de la série DX Noctua sont devenus les références haut de gamme dans le domaine du refroidissement silencieux pour processeurs Intel Xeon. Le NH-U14S DX-3647 est spécifiquement doté d’une surface de contact encore plus grande, compatible avec les plateformes LGA3647 (version carrée ou rectangulaire). Conçu sur la base du célèbre ventirad 140mm NH-U14S, il est équipé du ventilateur 140mm de renom NF-A15 contrôlé via PWM, et offre une performance et un niveau de silence incroyables. Livré avec le système de fixation professionnel SecuFirm2™ et la pâte thermique NT-H1 (pré-appliquée), le NH-U14S DX-3647 offre, dans un package complet, une solution premium pour les stations de travail ou les serveurs LGA3647 équipés de Xeon.

Il est important de rappeler que le NH-U14S DX-3647 est un modèle exclusivement dédié au socket Intel LGA3647. Compte tenu de sa base spécifique plus imposante, il ne peut être utilisé avec d’autres sockets et n’est pas compatible avec les kits de montage standard Noctua.
Détails
Série DX pour Intel Xeon

Série DX pour Intel Xeon

Les ventirads pour CPU de la série DX Noctua ont vu le jour en 2008 et sont devenus une référence dans le domaine des solutions de refroidissement par air silencieuses pour les processeurs Intel Xeon. Grâce à des performances acoustiques supérieures, ces ventirads sont parfaits pour les stations de travail ou les serveurs ayant des contraintes sonores spécifiques (ex : production vidéo ou audio, création de contenu, ingénierie, etc…).
Conçu spécifiquement pour le LGA3647

Conçu spécifiquement pour le LGA3647

Les ventirads de la ligne DX-3647 ont été spécifiquement conçus pour intégrer les plateformes professionnelles Intel LGA3647 et sont donc parfaits pour refroidir les CPU Xeon Scalable basés sur l’architecture Skylake-SP (séries « Purley » Platinium, Gold, Silver ou Bronze) ou les processeurs Xeon-Phi (noms de code Knight’s Landing ou Knight’s Mill).
Surface de contact augmentée

Surface de contact augmentée

Avec une dimension de 70x56mm, la surface de contact en cuivre de la base du radiateur est plus de deux fois plus grande que le modèle standard. Conçu spécifiquement pour s’adapter au format du dissipateur thermique (IHS) des processeurs dédiés au socket Intel LGA3647, ce design sur-mesure permet de véhiculer de manière optimale la chaleur issue du CPU depuis la base du ventirad jusqu’aux ailettes en passant par les caloducs.
Compatible avec les sockets LGA3647 carrés et rectangulaires

Compatible avec les sockets LGA3647 carrés et rectangulaires

Le système de fixation pour ventirad SecuFirm2™ est livré avec deux jeux d’étriers afin de pouvoir s’adapter aux deux types de sockets LGA3647 (carré ou rectangulaire). Grâce aux vis de fixation pré-installées et aux guides clipsables pour processeur (type carré et type rectangulaire sans connecteur Omni-Path fabric, avec connecteur fabric sur demande), l’installation s’avère simple, rapide et sécurisée.
Format 140mm : pour une performance maximale

Format 140mm : pour une performance maximale

Avec six caloducs, une surface radiateur de plus de 6000cm2 et un ventilateur imposant et ultra-optimisé NF-A15 140mm, le NH-U14 DX-3647 offre un niveau de performance et de silence encore meilleur. Il est ainsi idéal pour ceux qui souhaitent monter une station de travail Xeon ultra performante quasi inaudible.
NF-A15 : le ventilateur premium 140mm

NF-A15 : le ventilateur premium 140mm

Répondant aux exigences du standard Noctua AAO et bénéficiant d’un design aérodynamique sophistiqué (dont les Flow Acceleration Channels), le NF-A15 s’est rapidement construit une solide réputation pour devenir un des meilleurs ventilateurs 140mm pour ventirads du marché.
Compatibilité PWM

Compatibilité PWM

Le célèbre ventilateur haut de gamme NF-A15 140mm, livré avec le NH-U14S DX-3647, est compatible PWM et autorise ainsi le pilotage automatique de la vitesse via la carte mère : il est donc quasi inaudible quand les sollicitations du processeur sont faibles et prend de la vitesse uniquement quand cela est nécessaire.
Silentblocs anti-vibration et agrafes pour un second NF-F12

Silentblocs anti-vibration et agrafes pour un second NF-F12

Pour ceux qui souhaitent améliorer encore le niveau de performance, l'ajout d'un second ventilateur NF-A15 permettra de créer une configuration en « push/pull » (aspiration/extraction). A cette fin, le NH-U14S est livré avec un jeu de silentblocs anti-vibration sur-mesure qui permettent de décaler le ventilateur arrière de 5mm afin d'améliorer le confort acoustique en mode dual (double ventilateur).*
Pâte thermique NT-H1 pré-appliquée

Pâte thermique NT-H1 pré-appliquée

La célèbre pâtre thermique Noctua est une solution TIM professionnelle garantissant une résistance thermique minimale et une stabilité sur le long terme incroyable. La pré-application de la pâte sur la base du ventirad permet de garantir une répartition régulière et optimale mais aussi de gagner un temps précieux … idéal pour les intégrateurs informatiques !
Garantie fabricant de 6 ans

Garantie fabricant de 6 ans

Les produits Noctua sont connus pour leur qualité et longévité sans failles. Fidèle à cette renommée, le ventirad NH-U14S DX-3647 est conçu pour durer et, tout comme l’ensemble des ventilateurs Noctua, le NF-A15 fourni bénéficie d’un MTTF de plus de 150 000 heures de tests. Le package complet est assorti d’une garantie fabricant complète de 6 ans.
NH-U14S DX-3647
Général
Notes and warnings
Il est important de rappeler que le NH-U14S DX-3647 est un modèle exclusivement dédié au socket Intel LGA3647. Compte tenu de sa base spécifique plus imposante, il ne peut être utilisé avec d’autres sockets et n’est pas compatible avec les kits de montage standard Noctua.
Spécifications radiateurrn
Intel Xeon LGA3647
Hauteur (ventilateur non compris)
165 mm
Largeur (ventilateur non compris)
150 mm
Profondeur (ventilateur non compris)
52 mm
Hauteur (ventilateur compris)
165 mm
Largeur (ventilateur compris)
150 mm
Profondeur (ventilateur compris)
78 mm
Poids (ventilateur non compris)
797 g
Poids (ventilateur/s compris)
957 g
Matériau
cuivre (fond et caloducs), aluminium (plaques de refroidissement), soudé & nickelé
TDP max.
voir guide TDP
Dimensions du ventilateur
140x150x25 (avec fixation 120mm), 140x140x25 (avec fixation 120mm), 120x120x25
Volume de livraison
  • Ventilateur haut de gamme NF-A15 PWM
  • Pâte thermique NT-H1 (pré-appliquée)
  • Système de fixation SecuFirm2™ LGA3647
  • Silentblocs anti-vibration et agrafes pour un second NF-A15
  • Noctua Case-Badge en métal
Garantie
6 ans
Spécifications ventilateur
Modèle
Noctua NF-A15 PWM
Type roulements
Vitesse de rotation max. (+/-10%)
1500 RPM
Vitesse de rotation min. (PWM, +/-20%)
300 RPM
Niveau sonore max.
24,6 dB(A)
Puissance consommée
1,56 W
Tension
12 V
MTTF
> 150.000 h
NH-U14S DX-3647
15.08.2018 // GreenTechReviews.ru
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NH-U14S DX-3647 test

Noctua NH-U14S DX-3647 является самым тихим кулером из тройки доступных вариантов. Конечно, он самый массивный, но именно благодаря этому мы можем использовать один тихий вентилятор, добившись минимального уровня шума – при максимальной скорости работы его не слышно, а при автоматическом управлении (800-900 об/мин) его не услышать даже наклонившись к системе в упор. Что касается эффективности, то она примерно равна NH-U12S DX-3647. Отличия заключаются в габаритах и в количестве вентиляторов, что и позволяет добиться равной эффективности. Если не брать во внимание габариты, то NH-U14S DX-3647 тише, даже если сравнивать максимальные обороты флагмана и автоматическое управление вентиляторами NH-U12S DX-3647.
Verdict du test: "Как итог – при наличии достаточного места в корпусе, NH-U14S DX-3647 охладит любой существующий процессор LGA3647, сохранив полную тишину в комнате." (Солонин Владимир, GreenTechReviews.ru)
11.08.2018 // ServeTheHome.com
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NH-U14S DX-3647 test

Noctua broke the mold with their new NH-U14S DX-3647 cooler. It can handle both narrow and square sockets with Noctua’s SecuFirm2 mounting system, and the oversized NF-A15 PWM fan excels at keeping the heatsink cool and makes little noise. If you are building a high-end Intel Xeon Scalable workstation for yourself or for your clients, you should look at these coolers. Undoubtedly the Noctua NH-U14S DX-3647 heatsink is massive compared to most LGA3647 heatsinks. As a result, it will not fit most standard 4U workstation cases. We could not install the DX-3647 in our testing workstation based on a Supermicro SC747. This is a 4U workstation case as the NH-U14S is too tall. Our main workstation based on a Thermaltake Core X9 which is oversized for most users, it does handle the DX-3647 and has plenty of space left over.
Verdict du test: "If you are using an Intel Xeon Scalable workstation and need an efficient cooler, the Noctua NH-U14S DX-3647 will maintain class leading temperatures while minimizing noise." (William Harmon, ServeTheHome.com)
24.07.2018 // XtremeSystems.org
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NH-U14S DX-3647 test

Noctua does it again. For people wanting to keep it simple, air cooling is about as simple as it gets. All three coolers from Noctua are very capable and allow flexibility for different case constraints. The combination of Noctua’s easy installation process plus top end performance makes the DX-3647 line of collers for LGA3647 platform an amazing choice for the first time builder or established enthusiast. You would be hard pressed to find a better tower cooler option in this range with this combination of performance, style, and operating noise levels. When you get to the point of making a choice on your cooling solution for your new LGA3647 platform, you really cannot go wrong with the DX-3647 Coolers. They have got enough technology built in to make your head spin, runs dead silent, looks great, fixes one of the greatest cooling challenges, and comes with a six-year warranty to make sure you are happy with your purchase in the long term. The suggested retail prices are as follows:
Verdict du test: "Noctua does it again... You would be hard pressed to find a better tower cooler option in this range with this combination of performance, style, and operating noise levels." (Ambrosidou Nat, XtremeSystems.org)
04.07.2018 // Phoronix.com
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NH-U14S DX-3647 test

The SNK-P0068APS4 led to an average temperature of 31C at its full fan-speed while the Noctua NH-D9 DX-3647 4U had an average temperature of 23.5C with its fans at their full speed or 38.8C when using the automatic fan control enabled via the BIOS. The minimum and maximum core temperatures were also aligned with expectations. The Noctua heatsink did a nice job of allowing this Intel Xeon Silver CPU to run extremely cool inside this 4U chassis even at full load.
Verdict du test: "From compiling the Linux kernel to running Python scripts to the many other workloads tested, the Noctua Xeon Scalable 4U heatsink was doing a great job at keeping the system running cool, especially at full-speed but even with the automatic fan control it was doing a great job. Even at full-speed, the NF-A9 fans were barely audible outside of the steel Rosewill 4U chassis, especially if you are running multiple systems in the room." (Michael Larabel, Phoronix.com)

Instructions de montage (PDF)

Feuille d'informations (PDF)

Does the NF-A15 PWM that comes with Noctua coolers run at a different speed (1500rpm) than the retail model (1200rpm)?

Yes, the NF-A15 PWM bundled with our heatsinks is specified to run at 1500rpm (see cooler specifications for details) and the retail model is specified to run at 1200rpm (see fan specifications for details). The 1200rpm retail model is ideal for setting up push/pull configurations in combination with the coolers’ 1500rpm stock fan because the combination of the 1500 and 1200rpm models provides a better balance of performance and noise than the combination of two 1500rpm versions. On dual-tower coolers such as the NH-D15S, we recommend to run the 1500rpm version in the center and the 1200rpm version on the front. On single-tower coolers such as the NH-U14S, we recommend to run the 1500rpm version on the front and the 1200rpm version on the back of the cooler. The NA-YC1 y-cable supplied with the retail fan can be used in order to control both fans via one PWM fan header. In this case, both fans will scale individually according to the PWM duty cycle supplied by the motherboard, e.g. they will run at ~1500/1200 respectively at 100% duty cycle, ~750/600rpm at 50% duty cycle, etc. Both at 100% and lower speeds, the speed difference between the fans reduces resonance phenomena and thus helps to achieve the best balance of performance and noise.

How can I determine if the motherboard’s UEFI BIOS is overclocking my processor by default and deactivate this automatic overclocking?

Most motherboard vendors allow their overclocking-enabled products (e.g. those with Intels X- or Z-series chipsets) to run the processor at increased clock speeds by default, without requiring any user action at all. Since TDP (Thermal Design Power) limits are usually also disabled by default, this leads to the CPU exceeding the rated TDP to a varying degree, depending on the used applications and their workloads. Due to the increased heat output of the CPU, you may see higher CPU temperatures than expected.

In order to find out if your motherboard is overclocking your processor by default, please enter the UEFI BIOS and select the “advanced” or “overclocking” menu. There you should be able to find options such as “MultiCore Enhancement” (options: enabled/disabled), “CPU Ratio Apply Mode” (options: all/per core) or similar. To disable the automatic overclocking, adjust the settings either to “disabled” or “per core” and make sure that the individual multipliers match the original specifications.

In doubt, please contact your motherboard vendor for detailed instructions on how to disable this feature.

Which Noctua fan or CPU cooler should I buy? How to choose the right model?

Not sure which Noctua product to buy? Our detailed buying guides for fans and CPU coolers help you to choose the model that works best for you.

I have difficulties installing the cooler, can you help?

Please refer to the installation manual and our video installation guides for detailed instructions on how to install the cooler.

My case supports CPU coolers of up to XXXmm height, which model should I choose?

Please refer to our TDP guide in order to select the cooler that offers the best cooling performance at a given height.

I'm experiencing fan speed issues with my motherboard from Supermicro, what can I do?

The BIOS of many motherboard models from Supermicro expects a certain minimum fan speed (usually 700rpm), which is higher than the minimum fan speed that can be achieved with Noctua's PWM fan models. The BIOS may interpret the low minimum RPM of Noctua fans as a fan error and thus try to run the fan at 100% for a short period before going back to automatic control.. This can result in oscillating fan speeds and fan speed warnings in the BIOS or the fan management console.

Unfortunately there is usually no option to set a lower minimum value that would suit the low minimum speed of Noctua PWM fans.The issue can thus only be resolved by either disabling automatic fan speed control in BIOS, which will cause the fans to run at a constant speed, or by requesting a modified BIOS file from Supermicro, which takes the minimum fan speed of Noctua fans into account (charges might apply).

Can I install a Noctua cooler in my system from Acer, Dell, HP or Lenovo?

Systems from Acer, Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo or other major brands often use motherboards which differ slightly from the specifications issued by Intel and AMD. While those changes are usually subtle, they can lead to compatibility issues with coolers that were built to comply with these specifications.

Even in case the cooler is mechanically compatible and can be installed, other issues can occur, e.g. proprietary fan connectors, BIOS errors due to a low fan speed, shutdowns, etc. Some of these problems can be avoided with some technical knowledge, but especially BIOS related issues can often not be resolved.

Due to the large number of possible issues that cannot be resolved with different mounting parts alone, Noctua does not officially support systems from Acer, Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo or other major brands.

What Thermal Design Power (TDP) is this cooler recommended for and how much Watt (W) of heat can it dissipate?

Please refer to our TDP guide for information on maximum recommended TDP and heat dissipation.

How should I clean my Noctua cooler?

Dust: Fans and heatsinks inside computer cases tend to accumulate dust over longer periods of usage. In order to maintain maximum performance, please clean your fan and heatsink regularly. For cleaning, please first remove the fan from the heatsink and clean it using a duster, slightly moist tissue or canned air. Please be careful not to use too much force in order to prevent any damage to the fan. Please do not use a vacuum cleaner as this may apply excessive force to the fan and do not put the fan under running water as water residues inside the motor may lead to short circuits. Please also note that the fan is not designed to be taken apart by the user. Removing the impeller from the frame will break the sealing of the bearing and results in a loss of warranty. Before reinstalling the fan, clean the heatsink itself with a duster or vacuum cleaner. Do not use water to clean the cooler. Finally put the fan back on and connect it to your motherboard fan header or fan controller.
Thermal paste residues: Whenever you take off the heatsink from the CPU, we recommend to clean the CPU as well as the base of the cooler before re-applying thermal paste and re-installing the cooler. You can either just wipe the base and the CPU clean with a dry, lint-free tissue or, for more thorough cleaning, use a lint-free tissue moistened with either a mild solution of washing-up liquid or isopropyl alcohol. Do not put the cooler or CPU under running water. Note that both the base of the heatsink and the CPU should be dry, free from residues of thermal compound and free from grease before re-applying thermal paste and re-installing the cooler.

My Noctua PWM fan runs at a much higher minimum speed than advertised, what is wrong?

The specified minimum speed refers to the speed at 20% PWM duty cycle. There can be several reasons why the fan doesn‘t go as low as indicated:

  1. Many mainboards do not go below 40%, 50% or even 60% PWM duty cycle on case fan headers. Please refer to your mainboard manual to verify whether the fan header actually goes down to 20% duty cycle. If that's not the case, in some cases you can use the fan speed control software supplied with your mainboard to overcome these limitations and reduce the fan speed even further. However, 3rd party tools like SpeedFan offer greater flexibility and better options to work around the limitations imposed by the mainboard vendors.

  2. Some mainboards feature 4-pin fan headers that actually don‘t use a PWM signal on Pin 4 to control the fan speed but rather reduce the voltage on Pin 2 (like a standard 3-pin fan header). As the fan speed at minimum voltage is usually higher than the speed at 20% PWM duty cycle, the fan can not reach as low minimum speeds under voltage control as under PWM control. Please refer to your mainboard manual to check whether or not your mainboard has 4-pin fan headers that control the fan speed by reducing voltage on Pin 2 rather than by changing the PWM duty cycle on Pin 4:

    4 pin fan header types

    Note that mainboard manufacturers use different terms to indicate that Pin 4 is not being used for PWM control (e.g. “+5V”, “VCC” or “NC”), but if one of these terms is used, you can be sure that the fan header does not support PWM. If Pin 4 is described as “Speed Control” or “PWM” or the like, you can be sure that the fan header supports PWM.

    Unfortunately, the description of Pin 2 is not always a clear indication as some manufacturers use terms such as “Fan PWR” or “Power” for both types of fan headers. However, if Pin 2 is described as “Speed Control”, you can also be sure that the fan header does not support PWM based speed control. If Pin 2 is described as “+12V”, this is a clear indication that the fan header supports PWM.

    Please also note that in some cases, the descriptions of the pin layouts in the mainboard manuals may not be correct and some models actually allow you to switch the fan headers from voltage control mode to PWM control mode in the BIOS even though the pin descriptions do not indicate PWM support. We thus recommend to look for these options in the BIOS before taking other measures. In case of doubt, please contact your mainboard manufacturer.


    If your mainboard features other 4-pin fan headers that use PWM for speed control, you can run multiple fans from these headers using Y-split cables. Make sure not to exceed the specified maximum power draw of the fan headers (usually 10-12W) though.

My Noctua PWM fan starts to spin when the PC boots but then stops, what is wrong?

Some mainboards feature 4-pin fan headers that actually don‘t use a PWM signal on Pin 4 to control the fan speed but rather reduce the voltage on Pin 2 (like a standard 3-pin fan header). In this case, it may occur that the mainboard reduces the voltage so much that the fan stops. Please refer to your mainboard manual to check whether or not your mainboard has 4-pin fan headers that control the fan speed by reducing voltage on Pin 2 rather than by changing the PWM duty cycle on Pin 4:

4 pin fan header types

Note that mainboard manufacturers use different terms to indicate that Pin 4 is not being used for PWM control (e.g. “+5V”, “VCC” or “NC”), but if one of these terms is used, you can be sure that the fan header does not support PWM. If Pin 4 is described as “Speed Control” or “PWM” or the like, you can be sure that the fan header supports PWM.

Unfortunately, the description of Pin 2 is not always a clear indication as some manufacturers use terms such as “Fan PWR” or “Power” for both types of fan headers. However, if Pin 2 is described as “Speed Control”, you can also be sure that the fan header does not support PWM based speed control. If Pin 2 is described as “+12V”, this is a clear indication that the fan header supports PWM.

Please also note that in some cases, the descriptions of the pin layouts in the mainboard manuals may not be correct and some models actually allow you to switch the fan headers from voltage control mode to PWM control mode in the BIOS even though the pin descriptions do not indicate PWM support. We thus recommend to look for these options in the BIOS before taking other measures. In case of doubt, please contact your mainboard manufacturer.



To resolve the issue, you can:

  1. Choose a higher fan speed profile in the BIOS (e.g. „normal“ instead of „silent“, etc.) or deactivate automatic fan speed control and use a Low-Noise Adaptor instead.

  2. Use the mainboard‘s fan speed control software or 3rd party tools like Speedfan to regulate the fan speed. Unlike BIOS based fan speed control, the supplied software usually checks whether the fan has stopped and increases voltage accordingly or at least offer more options to set up the fan properly.

  3. If your mainboard features other 4-pin fan headers that use PWM for speed control, you can run multiple fans from these headers using Y-split cables. Make sure not to exceed the specified maximum power draw of the fan headers (usually 10-12W) though.

I get a CPU fan error using my Noctua PWM fan, is it faulty?

Noctua PWM fans feature a minimum speed of 300rpm to allow for ultra quiet operation when your CPU is at idle state and doesn’t require higher cooling performance. Some mainboards display error messages such as “CPU fan error” during the booting process when the fan speed is below a certain level. If you get such error messages using your Noctua PWM fan and if such options are available in your BIOS, please either adjust the minimum fan speed monitoring limit to 200rpm or increase the minimum PWM duty cycle. If your BIOS doesn’t offer these options, please disable CPU fan errors. For detailed information on BIOS fan settings, please consult your mainoard’s manual or contact your mainboard manufacturer.

I get a CPU fan error despite the fan is running!

Some mainboards display a CPU fan error when the fan speed falls below a certain threshold, e.g. 900rpm. If you want to run the fan below this speed (e.g. using the supplied U.L.N.A.), please adjust the threshold in the BIOS or disable CPU fan error warning.

Is it possible to use the cooler with vertical graphic cards?

Depending on the chassis, card and motherboard being used, installing PCIe cards in a vertical position using riser cards may cause compatibility issues with CPU coolers. Whether there will be a problem or not depends on the exact position of the card (which is determined by the PC case and/or optional vertical GPU holder bracket), the width of the card as well as the position of the CPU socket on the motherboard. In order to verify that there is sufficient space for the cooler, please measure the distance between the centre of the CPU socket and the top of the PCI card in order to make sure that the cooler fits.

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