Friday, June 5th 2009

Noctua Intros 14 cm Fan & Massive New Coolers, Coolink Joins the Party With New Look

We stopped by the Noctua and Coolink booth as well and they had a few little surprises in store for us. The austrian firm is showing off their 140 and 120 mm PWM fans for the first time. They mentioned quite some time ago, that such a unit is in planning and behold the sight of the new unit. It comes with the same mounting holes as a 120 mm unit, due to the round frame. The cooler is optimized for air pressure and the use for CPU coolers. Using this unit, Noctua will be offering the C12P as well as their newest addition - the NH-D14 with the 140 mm fan. Noctua will also be offering an upgrade kit for those who wish to replace their current 120 mm fans with the newest unit.
Coolink will be dropping the blue and clear colors in favor for a bright, lime green and black variant. They are starting the new line with brand new SWIF2 fans and a new CPU cooler. This sandwich cooler will feature the new 120 mm SWIF2 fan along with direct touch heatpipes, which have been worked into the base cleanly.
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32 Comments on Noctua Intros 14 cm Fan & Massive New Coolers, Coolink Joins the Party With New Look

#1
Hayder_Master
MRCL said:
Noctua still have their ugly color scheme huh. Good marketing tho, you can tell immediatley "those are Noctua fans"
I like that Coolink CPU cooler, especially the base.
you can know the Noctua from the color , it is look garbage color right but still the sign of Noctua brand
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intel igent
for the people not liking their fan colour and wanting to do a quick colour change look at tamiya/pactra plastic model paint....

or you could get down to business and do it MK style :pimp:

these fan's are great but at $35ea locally they can stay on the shelf....

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#3
MRCL
intel igent said:
for the people not liking their fan colour and wanting to do a quick colour change look at tamiya/pactra plastic model paint....

or you could get down to business and do it MK style :pimp:

these fan's are great but at $35ea locally they can stay on the shelf....

:toast:
Oooh, finally an advantage for us Europeans. They're a good 10 Dollars cheaper here. Probably because Noctua is located in the neughbouring country...
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#4
intel igent
i was looking through some .ca's yesterday and i think i saw a 4 pack for $100! :eek: for that price i'd buy a case of panaflo's and build a custom fan controller :laugh: none of my panny's have a problem being undervolted and they still kick out some serious air ;)

they are 38mm thick though....

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#5
PP Mguire
I personaly dont think its ugly

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#6
King Wookie
The colour is a matter of personal taste, but having 6 in my case on a fan controller, I do enjoy the quiet. But any company willng to push the envelope gets my vote.
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