Noctua Shows Product Updates at Computex 2019

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    At this year’s Computex Taipei trade show, Noctua displayed a wide range of upcoming products and prototypes, including its next-generation 140mm dual tower CPU coolers, a fanless heatsink a...

    Noctua Shows Product Updates at Computex 2019
     
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    great news,

    I love Noctua Products
     
  3. nevcairiel

    nevcairiel Master Guru

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    I anxiously await their new 140mm fan. Must be one hell of a fan to be in development so many years now. The 12x25 is already extremely brilliant.
     
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    Whats the ETA of the NF-A12x25 Chroma and NH-D15sv2? Will they release this year?
     

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    Article says first half 2020. Too bad not in time for Ryzen 3000.
     
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    So they will be releasing these in non sh!t-brown colors? It says white and black but their past is brown.

    Color is sometimes the primary driving factor in choosing parts. Does not matter if the Noctua is 10x better. It's brown.
     
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    Great coolers butt ugly fans, the fact they know beige and brown went out of style in the 70's and they keep using it makes me hate them even more.
     
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    That's kinda their trademark colour scheme. They've stuck to it for a long time and I understand they don't want to deviate from it. I think they will, eventually. When? I don't know. They still produce some of the best coolers out there, not sure why you "hate" them?
     
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    I'm going to go out on a limb and say... because of their "butt ugly fans" that "went out of style in the 70's."

    I don't hate them, but in my younger years, I built rigs that looked as well as they performed. To me anyway. Fugly fans in an otherwise purdy rig was a nonstarter. They could've sold so many more if they just sold some black ones. In my advanced age, I don't care what it looks like as long as it works.
     
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    That Passive monster of a cooler is quite interesting.

    Though, i have NH-D15S which will go on my Ryzen 3000.
     

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    Im waiting for their rgb lineup and then i'll consider. :D
     
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    I seriously hope Noctua will never adopt that bullshit.
     
  13. I've never cared what color fans or anything is/are. Clean wiring and good airflow are all i concern myself with. Noctua products all work very well. Not a big brand loyalist, but these guys are an exception. Noctua = quality. Let the kids worry about how many lights it has.
     
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    I like that Noctua continues to stick with their color scheme, is refreshing to see a company that follows their own ways instead of being like all the other companies that just follow the current trends like the RGB madness...
     
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