Tuesday, May 31st 2016

Noctua Adds a Splash of Color With the Chromax Heatsink Covers

Noctua is adding a splash of color with the unveiling of Project Chromax, a company initiative to develop products with color elements. The first of its kind is a line were colorful rubber spacers or their fans and now has been expanded to include heatsink covers. These devices strap onto your heatsink fin-stacks, and give the coolers your choice of three colors: red, yellow or white. Initially, Noctua will launch heatsink covers for the NH-D15S and the NH-U12S coolers.
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6 Comments on Noctua Adds a Splash of Color With the Chromax Heatsink Covers

#1
Chaitanya
Since Notcua didnt give rodents rear about people complaining about their colour scheme for fans. Then why go with stupid rgb.:banghead:
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Jack1n
Chaitanya
Since Notcua didnt give rodents rear about people complaining about their colour scheme for fans. Then why go with stupid rgb.:banghead:
Because they can sell it for more profit now.
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#3
Caring1
I like the idea of slip on covers to change the appearance, it also makes it look neater.
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Jack1n
Because they can sell it for more profit now.
Is RGB stuff really a premium feature though? Good mechanical keyboards, for example, are expensive even without RGB. The same goes for pretty much all RGB stuff I've seen.
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Jack1n
Frick
Is RGB stuff really a premium feature though? Good mechanical keyboards, for example, are expensive even without RGB. The same goes for pretty much all RGB stuff I've seen.
From what i have seen at local retailers the RGB stuff is significantly more expensive.
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#6
Fx
Two things:

There will always be kids; kids will always buy shiny things.
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