Noctua's been working on its Intel Rocket Lake compatibility list, and the majority of Z590 boards have already been added.
Noctua's NH-L9a-AM4 Chromax.Black is a thin, small form-factor cooler targeting AMD-based PCs where space is a luxury.
Noctua’s latest dual-fan tower delivers great thermal performance, quiet operation, and the signature look of the company’s beige-and-brown aesthetics, at a premium price.
Noctua has again teased the public with a short video showing off its all-black Chromax line of CPU and fans.
At Computex, Noctua showed off a number of upcoming cooling technologies, including a Fanless CPU cooler and its 140mm A-series fan.
Noctua announced that its multi-socket coolers will now include AM4 mounting hardware at no additional cost.
Noctua’s Threadripper-ready NH-U14S TR4-SP3 offers up big cooler performance in a slim, silent design.
Noctua's latest fan was designed from the ground up to deliver the best performance Noctua can offer for both high-pressure and high-flow applications.
Noctua offered more information about three high-end CPU heatsinks for AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper and EPYC processors it announced at Computex 2017.
After five long years in development, Noctua announced its next-generation 120mm A-series fan at Computex 2017.
In addition to the new fans, the company also introduced a new fan controller, anti-vibration mounts, and S-ATA power adaptor cable.
Today we look at three Narrow ILM CPU coolers for Intel's LGA2011 (v3): Dynatron’s mid-sized R27, Noctua’s NH-UD9X i4 and the ASRock-supplied Dynatron R24.
That Noctua is taking its sweet time to develop its products is no surprise, and therefore there are also no huge surprises at its Computex booth. Even so, that didn't stop the Austrian cooling manufacturer from impressing us.
Noctua has shaved a little bit off of two of its coolers and is shipping them with just a single fan. This makes them a little quieter and cheaper.