Monday, February 25th 2008

Noctua Introduces NH-U9B CPU Cooler

Three months after the introduction of the NH-U12P, which has already received more than 30 awards and recommendations from leading international websites and magazines, Noctua released today the newest version of its more compact NH-U9 series: The new NH-U9B uses the recently announced NF-B9 92mm fan and, just like its big brother NH-U12P, will be shipped with Noctua's much acclaimed NT-H1 thermal compound.


"The new NF-B9 fan enables us to replace now the popular NH-U9F with a new, even further improved model", explains Mag. Roland Mossig, Noctua CEO. "The NH-U9B is a worthy little brother for the highly acclaimed NH-U12P: Perfect for those looking for a compact, powerful and quiet premium quality cooler."

Due to its more compact size, the NH-U9B is ideal for HTPCs and small cases as well as all other applications that don't provide sufficient space for its bigger brother NH-U12P.

The NH-U9B is fitted with Noctua's new NF-B9 premium fan that boasts exceptionally high airflow and pressure performance at extremely low noise levels. Bevelled blade tips, Vortex-Control Notches as well as Noctua's SCD drive system and premium-grade SSO-Bearing guarantee outstanding quietness and long-term stability. Just like the NH-U12P, the NH-U9B comes with a nickel-plated finish and Noctua's NT-H1 high-end thermal compound, making it a total quality package for the highest demands!

Price and availability
The NH-U9B is available immediately at a recommended price of EUR 46.90 / USD 54.90.Source: Noctua
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2 Comments on Noctua Introduces NH-U9B CPU Cooler

#1
erocker
I just saw the NH-U12P up close for the first time. It is one of the most well made coolers with beautiful fit and finish!:)
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#2
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Noctua has really made a splash on the cpu cooling scene. A friend of mine bought one before even hearing about it, but saw alot of reviews that were positive. He swears its better than my AC Freezer 64 Pro!!! (maybe it is)
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